Professional Learning

Study awards and sabbaticals for 2015

Link to TeachNZ website Study leave, study grants, study awards and sabbaticals

 

Curriculum Support materials

Link to PPTA webpage Curriculum support day resources

Apply now for the new teacher-led innovation fund

The teacher-led innovation fund allows teachers inquiry time to work in groups on practice related projects – then to work with academics and researchers to share the project's ideas and findings with schools and other educators across the country.

The fund is part of the Investing in Educational Success (IES) – but teachers don't have to be part of a community of schools to apply. 

Application process

There are two stages to the application process. Concepts are due in February 2015, and if your concept is approved to progress, then full proposals are due in May, and you will be notified in June.

Before then, you would need to have studied the information about the fund and got some colleagues on board with your idea because applications have to be from a group of at least three teachers.

If you would like to apply to do an innovative project in the financial year beginning 1 July 2015, you need to put in your initial concept by noon, 20 February 2015.

 

 

Link to external website Teacher-led Innovation Fund: Investing in Educational Success


 

Study awards, sabbaticals and study support grants

Applications for 2015 study awards and sabbaticals for secondary and area principals closed Monday 9 June.  

Link to external website 2015 Study Awards, Sabbaticals and Study Support Grants

Application information for the 2015 study awards and sabbaticals is available on the Teach NZ website.

Access to these awards and any associated leave is available to secondary teachers (and principals) via their collective agreements.

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