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Congratulations to the 2017 recipients and winners!

CLNZ Education Awards

In 2016, the following were our CLNZ Education Award recipients. Congratulations to all of the winners.

Best Resource in Primary
Toitoi: A Journal for Young Writers and Artists. Issue 1, Issue 2, Special Anzac Issue, Various authors, Editor – Charlotte Gibbs, Toitoi Media Ltd
Best Resource in Secondary
Geography in Focus: Teaching and learning in issues-based classrooms, Mike Taylor, Louise Richards and John Morgan (Eds), NZCER Press
Best Resource in Te Reo Māori
He Kupu i Kore (board game and application iOS/Android), CORE Education Ltd
Best Resource in Higher Education
Autism Spectrum Disorder in Aotearoa New Zealand: Promising practices and interesting issues, Jill Bevan-Brown and Vijaya Dharan (Eds), NZCER Press
Best Resource in Export
Key Words, Joy Cowley, Wendy Pye Publishing Ltd
Teachers’ Choice: Best Resource in Primary
iUgo, Essential Resources
Teachers’ Choice: Best Resource in Secondary
LEMMA: Mathematics tasks that promote higher order thinking, Caroline Yoon, NZCER Press
Treaty of Waitangi – Te Tiriti O Waitangi Level 5 Learning Workbook, FJ Gibson, ESA Publications (NZ) Ltd
Teachers’ Choice: Best Resource in Te Reo Māori
He Kupu i Kore (board game and application iOS/Android), CORE Education Ltd

Read more about the recipients.

CLNZ Contestable Funding

We are delighted to announce the successful applicants of the CLNZ Contestable Fund 2017. Total funds available and allocated were $75,000.

  • Oratia Media $5,000
  • Gecko Press $5,000
  • Academy of New Zealand Literature $10,000
  • The Writing Bug Ltd $5,000
  • The Sapling $15,000
  • Toitoi Media Ltd $10,000
  • Essential Resources $15,000
  • Gillian Candler $10,000

The selection panel were excited by the array of projects in the 65 applications received. They were particularly impressed with the range of material aimed at young people and in multiple languages that will help to respond to New Zealand’s changing demographic. They also commented that it was great to be able to support both digital and physical projects.

CLNZ/NZSA Research Grants

In 2017, four Open Research Grants of $5,000 each were awarded to:

  • James Robins
  • Phil Garnock-Jones
  • Pip Hall
  • Michalia Arathimos

Read more about the recipients and their writing projects.

CLNZ Writers’ Awards

The winner of the 2017 award was announced in Wellington on Thursday 21 September 2017.

Congratulations to Ben Schrader on winning the 2017 Writers’ Award for his project “Won and Lost: Saving New Zealand’s Built Heritage 1885-2016.

Please see our news story for information about the award and Ben's project.

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