Tony Holmes Early Childhood Education and Care Fellowship
The Tony Holmes Fellowship is for an Early Childhood practitioner working in an early childhood education and care setting.
The Fellowship is intended to allow the recipient time for research and reflection, leading to recommendations for pedagogical or policy change that would benefit early childhood education and care in New Zealand.
The Fellowship is awarded annually, and the practitioner will be based at Victoria University of Wellington—Te Herenga Waka, Faculty of Education associated with the Institute for Early Childhood Studies. It is for a period of up to three months depending on the amount of funds available. The award is for a stipend, travel and accommodation, and includes access to the University library and a study space.
The Fellowship is open to current practitioners with preference given to proposals in the field of nurturing language skills, including skills in more than one language, and especially te reo Māori and Pasifika languages.
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