CLNZ Educational Publishing Awards - Finalists

The finalists in this year’s CLNZ Educational Publishing Awards all succeed in using New Zealand content and context to create valuable resources for teachers and students. The entries used beautiful images, colour and design to best advantage in relation to their target market. The judges commented that in a time where both the education sector and the publishing sector are undergoing significant change in the way resources are developed and used, the finalists all demonstrated clever and interesting ways to engage and challenge the student while keeping a refreshing focus on New Zealand culture.

New Zealand Educational Publishing – rising to the challenge

The finalists in this year’s CLNZ Educational Publishing Awards all succeed in using New Zealand content and context to create valuable resources for teachers and students. The entries used beautiful images, colour and design to best advantage in relation to their target market.

The judges commented that in a time where both the education sector and the publishing sector are undergoing significant change in the way resources are developed and used, the finalists all demonstrated clever and interesting ways to engage and challenge the student while keeping a refreshing focus on New Zealand culture.

The finalists for 2014 are:

Best Resource in Primary Education

Wise Up! Years 6 and Up (Set 3) (Clean Slate Press)

Fluency Ruby, Fluency Sapphire and TRB Ruby (Global Education Systems)

Sprint Flips (Macmillan Education NZ)

Connected 2013 -Level 2 I Spy, Level 3 Food For Thought and Level 4 Are You Sure? (Ministry of Education)

Best Resource in Secondary Education

Protest in New Zealand (Pearson/Edify)

Conflict and Kiwis (Pearson/Edify)

Best Resource in Tertiary Education

Future Challenges for Māori (Huia NZ)

The Spirit of Māori Leadership (Huia NZ)

Kia Rōnaki: Māori Performing Arts (Pearson/Edify)

Best Resource in Te Reo Maori

Living by the Moon – Te Maramataka o Te Whanau-ā-Apanui (Huia NZ)

Mahina, Te Pekepoho a Mārama (Pearson/Edify)

Te Rongonui, Te Toronui me Ngā Tipuatua (Pearson/Edify)

The judges are:

Dr Jenny Robertson, Monitoring and Evaluation - Secondary Student Achievement,Education Faculty, University of Auckland

Hone Apanui, an educator, writer, translator and editor in both English and Māori

Dr Rebecca Jesson, Research Fellow, School of Curriculum and Pedagogy, Education Faculty, University of Auckland

The 2014 CLNZ Educational Publishing Awards ceremony will be held at Duders of Devonport on Thursday 6th November.

For further information contact:

Ann Sprosen, by email or by phone 09 486 6250

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