Archive for the 'Education' Category

University Of Auckland And Penn State Unite On International Summit

Press Release – University of Auckland

The University of Auckland is partnering with Pennsylvania State University (Penn State) to host the Times Higher Education (THE) Innovation & Impact Summit focusing on the value of international research and collaboration.
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Due To The Auckland Level 3 COVID19 Restrictions, Genius Generation Launches Their Free STEM Resources Website Early

Press Release – Genius Generation

There has been a growing demand for STEM resources from both teachers and students looking for e-learning STEM material. Genius Generation pushed forward its website launch date to provide the STEM resources for free due to the current Auckland lockdown. Read more »

Covid No Damper On World-leading Subject Rankings

Press Release – University of Auckland

Covid-19 created many challenges for the university sector, with teaching and learning having to move quickly online and research conducted through lockdowns and social isolation. But despite this, the University of Auckland maintains its outstanding record of excellence, evidenced by the QS Subject Rankings distributed today (Thursday 4 March NZT). Read more »

Future Leader Awarded Prestigious Robertson Scholarship

Press Release – Universities New Zealand – Te Pokai Tara

An exceptional young woman who plans to pursue a career in global public service to become a leader who leads through compassion has been awarded the prestigious Robertson Scholarship to study in the US.
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Justine Munro Appointed CEO Of The New Zealand Centre For Gifted Education

Press Release – New Zealand Centre for Gifted Education

The Board of the New Zealand Centre for Gifted Education (NZCGE) is pleased to announce the appointment of Justine Munro as Chief Executive Officer, commencing 12 April 2021. Read more »

Research Founded On Sacred Pacific Concept Of The Vā

Press Release – Auckland University of Technology

New Pacific research from AUT puts the sacred concept of the at the heart of its study.

For pan-Pacific peoples, the is generally acknowledged as the relational spaces that bind and unify all people and things. Read more »

NZTech Event For Teachers Crucial For New Zealand’s Future

Press Release – Make Lemonade

ShadowTech Teachers, a game-changing programme for teachers run by NZTech and supported by the Ministry of Education, is taking teachers, the key influencers of students, into tech firms to see first hand exciting tech careers. Read more »

Bursaries Grow Our Māori Mental Health Workforce

Press Release – Ministry of Health

Over 120 Māori students who have received bursaries for their mental health studies have been welcomed at two-day hui at Massey University in Auckland today. Read more »

Youth Mentorship Programme 2021 Seeks Emerging Young Writers

Press Release – New Zealand Society of Authors


Four secondary school students will each have the opportunity to be mentored by one of New Zealand’s best professional authors in order to develop their craft and hone their writing skills.

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Lessons From Lockdown: What Could We Do Better?

Press Release – University of Auckland

The 49 days of national lockdown in 2020 created stressful dilemmas between public compliance and personal responsibilities, a new study has found. Read more »

Congratulating Daryn Thompson On His NESP Academic Outcome

Press Release – Northland District Health Board

Auckland University have recommended Daryn Thompson, a JRBM Scholarship recipient, for a BN Hons intensive 18-month academic pathway after completing the new entry to specialist practice (NESP): mental health and addiction nursing programme last year. Read more »

Māori Student Success At Unitec At Risk

Press Release – UNITEC Student Council

Irene Farnham (Māori Student Rep) and Aroha WiKohika Dykes (Student President).

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Māori Student Success At Unitec At Risk

Press Release – UNITEC Student Council

Te Kaunihera Akonga o Wairaka| Unitec Student Council respond to the claim of institutional racism at Unitec.

As the elected voice of Unitec students, the Unitec Student Council (USC) are deeply concerned about the dismantling of Māori leadership at Unitec and its impact on Māori student success. Read more »

Helping Hand For The Class Of 2020

Press Release – University of Auckland

Newly qualified teachers whose classroom experience was cut short because of last year’s Covid lockdowns can now apply for extra mentoring support. Read more »

History Curriculum ‘a Major Step In Nation Building’

Press Release – Auckland University of Technology

In Reaction To The Government Release Today Of Its Proposed History Curriculum For New Zealand Schools, AUT History Professor Paul Moon Says: Read more »

AUT Students’ Concept Heartfelt Chosen For Global Lexus Design Award Competition

Press Release – Auckland University of Technology

Two Auckland University of Technology (AUT) Faculty of Design and Creative Technologies students – Jessica Vea and Gayle Lee – have been chosen as one of six finalists in the Global Lexus Design Awards competition.

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Cambridge International Releases Results For November 2020 Series

Press Release – Cambridge Assessment International Education

In a year like no other, Cambridge International has released the Cambridge International AS and A Level results of its November 2020 series on time, to thousands of schools around the world. Cambridge International received nearly 20,000 entries and has provided results to nearly 6,000 candidates from schools across New Zealand. Read more »

New Research From ERO Highlights Impact Of Covid-19 On Education Sector

Press Release – Education Review Office

New reports, published today by the Education Review Office (ERO), indicate that, although schools and services developed a range of positive solutions during the pandemic, the impacts of Covid-19 on learners will continue to be felt this year. Read more »

More Studying Online, With Education Flexibility Acknowledged

Press Release – Crimson Global Academy

A prominent educationalist says with more Kiwi kids engaging in part-time online learning this summer, it’s positive that Children’s Commissioner Judge Andrew Becroft has supported the flexibility online education can offer many young students. Read more »

More Studying Online – With Children’s Commissioner In Support

Press Release – Crimson Global Academy

A prominent educationalist says with more Kiwi kids engaging in part-time online learning this summer, it’s positive that Children’s Commissioner Judge Andrew Becroft is a public advocate for online education. Read more »

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