Premier’s TMB New and Emerging Technologies Scholarship 2016 Applications for the 2016 Premier’s Teachers Mutual Bank New and Emerging Technologies Scholarship are open and will close 6 May 2016. Join us Join us Phone us Email us Breadcrumbs Teachers Mutual Bank Community 2016 Premier’s TMB New and Emerging Technologies Scholarship 2016 7 April 2016 7 April 2016 Premier’s Teachers Mutual Bank New and Emerging Technologies Scholarship 2016 Applications for the 2016 Premier’s Teachers Mutual Bank New and Emerging Technologies Scholarship are open and will close 6 May 2016. Teachers applying will need to demonstrate: competence in incorporating new and emerging technologies in their teaching method capacity to develop within students learning skills based on their appropriate engagement that their study tour will advance understanding of how different technologies can contribute to improved educational outcomes It is anticipated that successful applicants would spend, at most, up to five weeks, involved in the study program. Eligible teachers from NSW government schools and TAFE NSW Institutes will be entitled to leave and the school/institute will be entitled to relief. Teachers from non-government NSW schools will need to negotiate with their employing authority. The recipient’s itinerary must be organised to complete their travel by 30 June 2017. Time need not be spent in formal study, but may involve a program of visits to schools and institutions to conduct interviews, observe exemplary practices and collect resources for the preparation of teaching materials related to new and emerging technologies education across the curriculum in the K-12 range or in TAFE courses. One scholarship of $15,000 will be awarded in 2016. Apply now Visit the Department of Education Website to apply or find more information. 2015 winner Congratulations to Melissa Silk, International Grammar School, Ultimo, recipient of the 2015 Premier's Teachers Mutual Bank New and Emerging Technologies Scholarship. Melissa will study learning and teaching variables related to embedding the Arts in Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics via STEM to STEAM initiatives. She will visit the United States of America. Back to top.