Educational Publishing - a pot pourri of rich content

There is no doubt; books published for education are one of a kind. The entries for this year’s CLNZ Educational Publishing Awards are rich in culture, colour and bursting with useful content for teachers and students alike. Wrapped in a glossy, well designed cover, these books highly appealing and quite frankly, hard to resist

There is no doubt; books published for education are one of a kind. The entries for this year’s CLNZ Educational Publishing Awards are rich in culture, colour and bursting with useful content for teachers and students alike. Wrapped in a glossy, well designed cover, these books highly appealing and quite frankly, hard to resist.

One judge described the diverse range of entries as a ‘pot pourri of content’. While overall the standard of entry was extremely high, the finalists stood out as having the most relevance for their category and a definite ‘wow’ factor.

The finalists for 2013 are:

Best Book or Series in Primary
Key Links "Emerald" Series (12 titles) – (Global Education Systems; Jill Eggleton)
Key Links "Silver" Series (12 titles) – (Global Education Systems; Jill Eggleton)
School Journal Level 4 - October 2012 (Learning Media; Susan Paris)
WiseUp ! A series of 10 Literary / Maths titles - Set 2 in a series of 20 titles (Clean Slate Press; Frances McBeath)


Best Book or Series in Secondary
Differences in Development (Pearson; Sarah Wakeford)
Sigma Statistics NCEA Level 3 (+ workbook) (Pearson; David Barton and Claire Laverty)
The Story of a Treaty (Bridget Williams Books; Claudia Orange)

Best Book or Series in Higher Education
Inequality: A New Zealand Crisis (Bridget Williams Books; Max Rashbrook)
The New Zealand Chef 3e (Pearson; Lesley Christensen-Yule)
Vital Connections: Why We Need More Than Self-managing Schools (NZCER; Cathy Wylie)

Best Book or Series in Te Reo Maori
He Kohikohinga – 59 (Learning Media; Daniel Rangawhenua & Jessie Sam)
Puao Wai Maori Series & Teacher Notes (Huia; Te Kakahi,Te Tuna,Te Kewai, Te Inanga)
Te Wharekura 92 - Te Mana o te Kata (Learning Media; Kaa Williams)


Best Educational Resource or Programme for Export
Anatomy & Physiology - Student Workbook (2nd Ed) (Biozone International; Dr Tracey Greenwood)
CSI Chapters (South Pacific Press; Neale Pitches)
Key Links "Emerald" Series (12 titles) – (Global Education Systems; Jill Eggleton)
Key Links "Silver" Series (12 titles) – (Global Education Systems; Jill Eggleton)

The judges are:
- Angela Fitchett, Curriculum Manager at Nelson College
- Hone Apanui, an educator, writer, translator and editor in both English and Māori
- Dr Rebecca Jesson, Research Fellow, School of Curriculum and Pedagogy, Education Faculty, University of Auckland.

This year also sees the launch of the CLNZ Educational Publishing Awards logo. The winners will be announced at a stunning new event venue - The Wharf, Northcote Point on 14 November.

Press release from Copyright Licensing New Zealand (CLNZ)
For further media information, contact:
Jackie Hayward Jackie@copyright.co.nz
09 486 6250 or 0800 480 271
Educational Publishing – a pot pourri of rich resources
Media release
16 October 2013

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