Educational publishers are creators of high-quality learning resources for early childhood, primary, secondary and higher education. 

 

The Educational Publishing Awards Australia celebrate excellence in the industry – including its people and the learning resources they make.

 

Award Sponsors

 

 

Key Dates for the Awards

Thursday 5 May 2022 – Entries open

Friday 17 June 2022 – Entries close

Wednesday 7 September  – 2022 EPAA event – Buy your tickets now

An EAL/D Handbook

An EAL/D Handbook

Helen Harper, Susan Feez
Primary English Teaching Association Australia (PETAA)

Teaching the Language of Climate Change Science

Teaching the Language of Climate Change Science

Julie Hayes, Bronwyn Parkin
Primary English Teaching Association Australia (PETAA)

Fit for Life Years 7 & 8 and 9 & 10 for the Victorian Curriculum

Fit for Life Years 7 & 8 and 9 & 10 for the Victorian Curriculum

Rob Malpeli, Claire Stonehouse, Lee Anton-Hem et al.
Nelson – A Cengage Company

Information Systems

Information Systems

Lekhani Pathirana, Alfie Punnoose
Didasko

Indigenous Education in Australia: Learning and Teaching for Deadly Futures

Indigenous Education in Australia: Learning and Teaching for Deadly Futures

Marnee Shay, Rhonda Oliver
Routledge, Taylor and Francis Group

Play in the Early Years

Play in the Early Years

Marilyn Fleer
Cambridge University Press

Ecco! Senior

Ecco! Senior

Adriana Blazincic, Carla Catanzariti, Maria Gaudioso et al.
Pearson

Dry to Dry

Dry to Dry

Pamela Freeman, Liz Anelli
Walker Books Australia

Learning Law

Learning Law

Anthony Marinac, Caroline Hart, Rhianna Chisholm et al.
Cambridge University Press

Human Perspectives ATAR Units 1 & 2 and Units 3 & 4 Student Book

Human Perspectives ATAR Units 1 & 2 and Units 3 & 4 Student Book

Terry Newton, Ashley Joyce, Rachel Whan
Nelson – A Cengage Company

Oxford Maths Ready

Oxford Maths Ready

Annie Facchinetti
Oxford University Press Australia & New Zealand

Investigating Model Texts for Learning

Investigating Model Texts for Learning

Sally Humphrey, Emma Vale
Primary English Teaching Association Australia (PETAA)

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Announcing the 2022 EPAA Sponsors

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Introducing the 2022 Judges and an update on the EPAAs Ceremony

We are delighted to announce the panel of expert judges who will use their knowledge of the educational publishing market and their experience as educators to determine the winners of the 2022 Awards. Professor Angela Carbone returns as Chief Judge for 2022. Coming from a background in Mathematics and Computing, Professor Carbone’s research interests have…

Introducing EPAA 2021 Winners Cambridge University Press: winner of Tertiary Teaching and Learning Resource

Curious about what the judges look for in an EPAA winner? In 2021, the Cambridge University Press team were the proud recipients of the Tertiary Teaching and Learning Resource- Blended learning (wholly Australian) Award.  Here they have shared their publishing journey with us, looking at the process they went through to produce such an outstanding…