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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.

The TLRI 2020 funding round is open

The TLRI 2020 founding round is now open. This includes a new opportunity for kaupapa Māori researchers. See details on our Apply For Funding page.

Research projects to improve outcomes for learners share $1.7 million in funding

The Teaching and Learning Research Initiative (TLRI) supports partnerships between researchers and educators by funding projects expected to improve outcomes for learners.


This year’s funding of over $1.7 million has been allocated to eight projects. All eight are briefly summarised below.
The TLRI has been operating since 2003, and this allocation means a total of 159 projects have been funded. Projects may run from 1 to 3 years.

Researchers needed for 2019 TLRI selection panel

NZCER and the TLRI Advisory Board invite applications from researchers interested in being on the six-member external selection panel that will assess Full Proposals in the 2019 funding round.

Media release: Research projects to improve outcomes for learners share $1.4 million in funding

The Teaching and Learning Research Initiative (TLRI) supports partnerships between researchers and educators by funding projects expected to improve outcomes for learners.

This year’s funding of over $1.4 million has been allocated to six projects, one in the early childhood education sector and five in the school sector.

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Media release: Research projects to improve outcomes for learners share $1.3 million in funding

The Teaching and Learning Research Initiative (TLRI) has awarded over $1.3 million in funding to eight projects, which are expected to improve outcomes for learners.

All the projects are based on partnerships between researchers and educators, but diverge from there to span the curriculum across the early childhood, school, and tertiary sectors. The eight projects are summarised below, and include goal setting for schools, effective mathematics teaching in Māori medium settings, and the potential of online citizen science.

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