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Thursday, December 9, 2021

Fulbright-National Geographic digital storytelling fellow to study NZ seabirds

For the first time, New Zealand will host a fellow for nine months as part of the prestigious Fulbright-National Geographic Digital Storytelling Fellowship.

Shine like a diamond: PM’s supreme award winner

Education Review asks Te Taka Keegan, recipient of this year’s Prime Minister’s Supreme Award at the Tertiary Teaching Excellence Awards, about what it takes to shine in tertiary teaching.

Distinguished Professor Viviane Robinson honoured by the Royal Society

Distinguished Professor Viviane Robinson has been made a Fellow of Royal Society Te Apārangi.

Chicken coops, beehives, medicinal plants future for sustainable schools

Kiwi kids are leading the way to sustainability with plans for chicken coops, beehives, Maori medicinal herbs and veggie gardens in schools around the country.

Fiordland College a finalist in global sustainability prize

Fiordland College’s proposed student-run energy park impressed judges of the international Zayed Sustainability Prize.

Global Citizenship Education winners announced

Patea Area School, Tiaki Early Learning Centre and Generation Zero were recognised today with a prestigious new award for their efforts in demonstrating active and responsible global citizenship.

New scholarship to support greenhouse gas research

A new $400,000 scholarship programme to build global expertise on climate change, agriculture and food security has been announced.

Research projects to improve outcomes for learners share $1.3 million in funding

The Teaching and Learning Research Initiative (TLRI) has awarded over $1.3 million in funding to eight projects, which are expected to improve outcomes for learners.

As easy as Tahi, Rua, Toru: NZ students awarded for digital technologies

Combatting mental health, preventing pollution and enabling sustainable community care were the winning solutions at the National final of NZ’s Digital Challenge

Time for kids to get their hands dirty

Primary schools around New Zealand are encouraged to enter the 2018 Young Gardener of the Year awards which are now open.

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