Teacher-led Innovation Fund (TLIF)
TLIF supports teams of qualified teachers from early learning services, ngā kōhanga reo, schools and kura to collaboratively develop innovative practices that improve learning outcomes. Applications for Round 5 are open now and close on 28 March.
All kaiako/teachers in state and state integrated kura/schools, and certified kaiako/teachers in early learning services and kōhanga reo, including those holding Tohu Whakapakari, are eligible to apply.
In Round 5 we are particularly interested in how the design of local curriculum can support rich learning opportunities and new teacher practices that will engage, motivate and impact positively on learner outcomes.
To support students’ learning pathways, project teams are encouraged to partner with post-secondary education providers as well as and business and community organisations, where relevant to the project.
During the first 2 weeks of March we will be providing some hands-on support for applicants through a series of regional workshops. It will be an opportunity for you to test your thinking, learn from previously funded TLIF projects, and have your questions answered.
Please confirm your attendance at which workshop and direct enquiries to: Teacherled.Innovfund@education.govt.nz.
|Auckland||Mt Eden Auckland Office
12-18 Normanby Road
|2pm - 5pm||4 March|
|New Plymouth||Taranaki Office
37 Dawson Street
New Plymouth 4310
|2pm - 5pm||5 March|
|Auckland||Botany Manukau Office. Unit 1, 16 Bishop Dunn Place
Botany South 2164
|2pm - 5pm||8 March|
48 Hereford Street
|2pm - 5pm||8 March|
414 Moray Place
|2pm - 5pm||11 March|
|Wellington||Lower Hutt Office
19 Market Grove
Lower Hutt 5010
|2pm - 5pm||13 March|
19 Home Straight
|1pm - 4pm||14 March|
Before you start your proposal we recommend reading the Teacher-led Innovation Fund (TLIF) guide and visit our resources page.
Email your completed proposal form to firstname.lastname@example.org.
The deadline for TLIF applications has been extended. Proposals are now due by 12pm on Thursday 28 March.
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