Educate Professional development scholarships

Future of Learning

Tuesday October 1, 2019

Teachers, principals, school boards should have already asked themselves - Are we ready to implement the new digital technologies curriculum? 

Encourage them to use the available self review tool (https://kiatakatu.ac.nz/)and find out how ready they are to implement the new curriculum content and catch up with students. Completing the review takes five to ten minutes and all of the results are confidential to the person. 

To help this situation, SIGNAL is pleased to announce that 2020 Educate Scholarships for teachers. SIGNAL has boosted scholarships to a very generous $2000 as part of our commitment to enhancing Digital Technology capabilities at all levels within NZ, by training teachers to lead their school or region in delivering the highest quality education.

This means teachers and/or schools only need to cover the minimal cost of attending the Onsite Intensive in Christchurch, plus a small portion of the student services fees.

There are limited Scholarships available, so apply NOW!

https://signal.ac.nz/educate/

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