Winners of the 2018 Copyright Licensing Education Awards were announced tonight at the uLearn18 conference held at Sky City Convention Centre in Auckland. Teachers from around the country joined the official panel of education experts and cast their votes to add their choice of best resources to the judge’s selections.
The awards recognise the success of New Zealand resource providers in the education market and standout contributions made in both New Zealand classrooms and overseas. The winners this year are a mix of digital resources alongside traditional texts – a reflection of the range of materials that our teachers are using in today’s classrooms.
Best Student Resource People and Water – looking at our water networks – CORE Education
Best Teacher Resource Educational leadership in Aotearoa New Zealand: Issues of context and social justice – NZCER Press
Best Te Reo Resource Ngā Hekaheka o Aotearoa – Huia NZ Ltd
Best Digital Resource People and Water – looking at our water networks – CORE Education
Teacher’s Choice The Oral Language Book – S&L Publishing
Best Student Resource He Tohu Box Set – Bridget Williams Books
Best Teacher Resource Teaching social studies for critical, active citizenship in Aotearoa New Zealand – NZCER Press
Best Te Reo Resource Mātaki Mai Ana te Ao: Te Tawhio Pihirei o 1981 – Huia NZ Ltd
Best Digital Resource My Study Series – Physical Education – Augmented Learning Ltd
Teacher’s Choice Welcome to New Zealand – DEE Publications Ltd
Best Student Resource Tūrangawaewae – Identity & Belonging in Aotearoa New Zealand – Massey University Press
Best Teacher Resource Optimising your academic career: Advice for early career scholars – NZCER Press
Best Te Reo Resource (Two Winners) He Kete Whakawaitara: He Whakatara ā-Rangahau – NZCER Press Te Mauri o Te Whare – NZCER Press
Best Export Resource Sunshine Classics – for junior high schools learning English program throughout China – Wendy Pye Publishing
Paula Browning, Chief Executive of Copyright Licensing NZ says, “Education resources created and written in New Zealand, for New Zealanders, have a special part to play in supporting student success and developing what the New Zealand curriculum terms “confident, connected, lifelong learners”. The interplay between teachers, students and resources is rich and complex, but whether the resource explores our unique flora and fauna, our celebrated writers and artists, or our history and whakapapa, resources produced locally by teachers, education writers, publishers and public agencies are critical.”
2018 Judging Panel
Special thanks to judges Jenny Robertson, Tania Cotter, Jo Buchan, Ross Calman and David Glover.
For more information please contact Copyright Licensing New Zealand Phone 09 486 6250