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Research projects to improve outcomes for learners share $1.5 million in funding

The Teaching and Learning Research Initiative (TLRI) funds high-quality research projects that aim to improve outcomes for learners. All projects are partnerships between researchers and educators.

In 2021 the TLRI fund prioritised the following areas:

Full Proposal closing date extended to 12 noon, Thursday 2 September

The TLRI team understands that the recent Covid-19 community outbreak and the move to Alert Level 4 has had an impact on people who are finalising their TLRI Full Proposal applications. Therefore, the closing date for Full Proposal applications to the TLRI has been extended to 12 noon, Thursday 2 September. This new deadline is for both the Open pathway and the Whatua tū aka pathway.

Full Proposal closing date extended to 12 noon, Thursday 2 September

The TLRI team understands that the recent Covid-19 community outbreak and the move to Alert Level 4 has had an impact on people who are finalising their TLRI Full Proposal applications. Therefore, the closing date for Full Proposal applications to the TLRI has been extended to 12 noon, Thursday 2 September. This new deadline is for both the Open pathway and the Whatua tū aka pathway.

New year, new call for Whatua tū aka Full Proposal applications

Matariki is a time to reflect on the past, celebrate the present, and plan for the future. Today, the Teaching and Learning Research Initiative (TLRI) Advisory Board announced a new call for Full Proposal applications to the Whatua tū aka pathway.

Researchers needed for 2021 selection panel

The New Zealand Council for Educational Research (NZCER) coordinates the TLRI http://www.tlri.org.nz/ on behalf of the Ministry of Education. This year the $1.5 million fund is prioritising the following areas:

Pacific-focused TLRI applications

Our TLRI team recently hosted a Zoom fono about what makes a strong Pacific-focused TLRI application. The video of that fono, which is a resource for anyone who is planning to submit a Pacific-focused application is here

 

Research projects to improve outcomes for learners share $1.9 million in funding

The Teaching and Learning Research Initiative (TLRI) funds research projects that aim to improve outcomes for learners. All projects are partnerships between researchers and educators.

Teaching and Learning Research Initiative (TLRI): researchers needed for selection panel

The New Zealand Council for Educational Research (NZCER) coordinates the TLRI http://www.tlri.org.nz/ on behalf of the Ministry of Education. This year the $1.5 million fund is prioritising the following areas:

We only require electronic proposals this year

Due to the current situation with Covid-19, we will only require electronic proposals this year. Hard copy application are not required.

Expressions of interest must be emailed to tlri@nzcer.org.nz by 5pm, Tuesday 16 June.

TLRI 2020 funding round submission date extended

The TLRI 2020 funding round is going ahead.

Expression of Interest due date extended to 16 June.
To allow more time in the changing context of COVID-19, the due date for submitting an Expression of Interest has been extended to 16 June. 

This applies to both the Whatua tū aka kaupapa Māori pathway and the open pathway.

Other dates for the 2020 funding round have also changed.

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