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Recognition of Excellence in the Teaching of Stage 6 Aboriginal Studies Award

Nominations are open for the Recognition of Excellence in the Teaching of Stage 6 Aboriginal Studies Award. The awards recognise the contribution and commitment to increasing knowledge and understanding of the histories, cultures and experiences of Aboriginal and/or Torres Strait Islander people by teachers of Stage 6 Aboriginal Studies. The winner will be announced at the NSW AECG AGM Dinner on the 9th March 2018 at the Pullman Sydney Airport, 121 O’Riordan Street, Mascot NSW.

Nominations close Friday 23 February 2018.

DOWNLOAD – 2018 Aboriginal Studies Teacher Award Nomination Form

Nanga Mai Awards Nominations Closing Soon!

The 2018 Nanga Mai Awards nominations close Friday, 9 February 2018!
Nanga Mai is an Eora (Sydney) word meaning ‘to dream’.

The Nanga Mai Awards celebrate and recognise innovation, excellence and educational achievement in NSW public schools, communities and state offices.

 

Department staff are encouraged to nominate Aboriginal students, teachers and other department staff, Aboriginal community members and schools, demonstrating excellence across a diversity of areas.

 

Please visit the Nanga Mai Awards website for more information.

STEM Camp: Jindabyne: April 9th – 11th 2018

The NSW AECG Inc. together with Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Mathematics Alliance (ATSIMA), Aboriginal Education and Community Engagement Unit are proud to again be holding STEM Youth Development Camps in 2018. Please see below for further information for the upcoming STEM camp at Jindabyne and to download an expression of interest form. Applications close Monday 26th March 2018. More information will be posted here closer to the date of the STEM Camp.

For further information, please contact Warren Bridges on 9550 5666 or warren.bridges@aecg.nsw.edu.au

DOWNLOAD – STEM EOI – Jindabyne2018

2018 Nanga Mai Awards

Nominations for the 2018 Nanga Mai Awards have now been extended!

The 2018 Nanga Mai Awards nominations date has now been extended to Friday, 9 February 2018! Nanga Mai is an Eora (Sydney) word meaning ‘to dream’.

 

The Nanga Mai Awards celebrate and recognise innovation, excellence and educational achievement in NSW public schools, communities and state offices.

 

Department staff are encouraged to nominate Aboriginal students, teachers and other department staff, Aboriginal community members and schools, demonstrating excellence across a diversity of areas.

 

Please visit the Nanga Mai Awards website for more information.