NZASE Vacancy - Science Communicator Position

The New Zealand Association of Science Educators (NZASE) is seeking a Science Communicator to join its team. The Science Communicator will create, source, edit and proofread materials for the NZASE websites and regular newsletters to members.

This part-time position requires science research writing and editing skills and the ability to communicate online to teachers through a range of media.  It would be expected that the successful candidate develops a network of contacts within science and education domains.

This position offers a flexible schedule. For more information and to apply, please see the position description here.


NZASE Vacancy – Science Communicator Position

The New Zealand Association of Science Educators (NZASE) is seeking a Science Communicator to join its team. The Science Communicator will create, source, edit and proofread materials for the NZASE websites and regular newsletters to members. This part-time position requires science research writing and editing skills and the ability to… Read More

RFP – Network of Expertise for NZASE

NZASE has secured a funding agreement with the Ministry of Education as part of the Networks of Expertise initiative to grow and develop teaching and learning networks.   If you are interested in submitting a proposal please read the RFP here and use the Response… Read More

Unlocking Curious Minds

MBIE has released the call for proposals for the 2019 round of funding through Unlocking Curious Minds – a contestable fund which supports projects that help potential and future citizen scientists, particularly young New Zealanders aged 18 years and under, learn about and engage with science and technology. Read More

NCEA Review Launch

The following information has been provided through the Ministry of Education: On Sunday morning the Minister of Education, Chris Hipkins, announced the release of the discussion document on the future of NCEA, on national television. This opened the public consultation phase of the NCEA Review that runs through… Read More

Nominations have Closed for the Peter Spratt Medal

NOMINATIONS HAVE CLOSED FOR THE PETER SPRATT MEDAL The award recognises a sustained contribution to science education in New Zealand. NZASE was seeking nominations for this year’s Peter Spratt Medal. The medal is awarded every second year at SciCon, the science teaching conference organised by the association. This year, SciCon… Read More

Removal of the Code of Practice for School Exempt Laboratories

Hazardous Substances Regulations come into effect on 1 December. At this time, the Hazardous Substances Codes of Practice will no longer be applicable. For school laboratories, the Ministry of Education is working with WorkSafe New Zealand to develop guidance and compliance documents to replace the Code… Read More

SCICON 2018 – Website now live!

2018 Biennial SCICON Conference: 9 – 12 July 2018, Christ’s College, Christchurch, NZ The SCICON 2018 website is up and running – check it out at http://www.scicon2018.co.nz/ now!… Read More

Invitation for Partnership: Digital Campus and Blended Learning Innovation

Follow the link below for an information about: Invitation for Partnership: Digital Campus and Blended Learning Innovation, Nov 2017 Digital Campus and Blended Learning Innovation: The New Era of Teaching and Learning taking place in Auckland, New Zealandon 27 – 29 November 2017. http://claridenglobal.com/conference/digitalcampus-nz2017/… Read More

Welcome to the new NZASE Website!

The NZASE has joined the Hoppon family and we have brand new website – although hopefully you’ll find it is much like the old one. You should be able to find any information previously available, but if you have any problems, please contact us through the link above. Information about… Read More