New Zealand Education Awards winners 2016 announced
The winners of the New Zealand Content Counts Education Awards 2016 have been announced.
The winners in each category are:
- Toitoi: A Journal for Young Writers and Artists (ed by Charlotte Gibbs, Toitoi Media)
Best Resource in Secondary
- Geography in Focus: Teaching and Learning in Issues-based Classrooms (Mike Taylor, NZCER Press)
Best Resource in Te Reo Māori
- ‘Hu Kupu i Kore’ board game and smartphone app (CORE Education)
Best Resource in Higher Education
- Autism Spectrum Disorder in Aotearoa New Zealand: Promising Practices and Interesting Issues (Jill Bevan-Brown & Vijaya Dharan, NZCER Press)
Best Resource for Export
- Key Words (Joy Cowley, Wendy Pye Publishing).
Teachers’ Choice: Best Resource in Primary
- ‘iUgu’ (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 (F J Gibson, ESA Publications)
Teachers’ Choice: Best Resource in Te Reo Māori
- ‘He Kupu i Kore’ board game and smartphone app (CORE Education)
The awards celebrate ‘the quality and diversity of educational resources released in the past year by New Zealand companies to support classroom learning’.
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