Applicants will provide an overview of their intended study – limited to one page, and must include relevance to the education sector, interest and likely benefit of this to both the principal applying and North Shore principal colleagues.
While research topics can be broad, preference may be given to applicants exploring the impact of technology on education.
At the close of applications, the NSPA Executive together with representatives from the sponsor, will identify those candidates that have been short-listed.
Short-listed applicants will be interviewed. Interviews will take place shortly after applications have closed.
At the conclusion of each candidate’s research, they will be asked to present their findings to a NSPA breakfast meeting and must be willing to have their research (approx. 2500 words) published by the sponsor and posted to the NSPA website.