Important Notice!

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BEANZ has been working with our parent organisation, the New Zealand Association of Science Educators (NZASE), to unify and upgrade our registration infrastructure. 

BEANZ users will need to complete the following steps in order to access our members only materials. This includes existing members (who won’t be charged if they already hold a current membership)

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Step 1. Head over to members.nzase.org.nz/

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click Register

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Step 2. Register your school

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enter your email & complete your schools registration

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If your school is already a member you’ll be prompted to skip this step

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Step 3. Set up your own account

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enter your email & complete the individual registration

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If your membership has lapsed you’ll be prompted to make a payment following this

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Step 4. Invite your colleagues

If you click your schools name (left menu on the user dashboard) you’ll be able to update your schools details and send invitations to your colleagues (this isn’t limited to just biologists)

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You’re all done!

Your new login credentials will now work on our website.

Any issues?   Please contact Benjamin Himme

bhimme@nghs.school.nz    022 635 2284

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NZASE are also developing members only content too. You’ll be bale to use the same login details on their website when this goes live. Your NZASE subscriptions (including BEANZ) will now automatically renew each year and you’ll have new payment options including credit card and POLi (instantaneous bank transfer) payments, in addition to our traditional invoice based payment system.

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Te Rōpū Whakaako Koiora o Aotearoa

Welcome

Biology Educators’ Association of New Zealand (BEANZ) is a Standing Committee of the New Zealand Association of Science Educators whose purpose is to support and promote Biology education throughout New Zealand.

Our focus is on building pedagogy and content knowledge of members through the provision of regular newsletters, regional workshops, resources, website, and scholarships for members to attend relevant conferences, specific projects such as provision of support materials, and the biennial conference, BioLive.
BEANZ also through its BEANZ Assessment Project produces and publishes NCEA level 3 practice examination papers each year as well as other materials to support teachers in assessment practices.

Educators with an interest in biology education are encouraged to become members of BEANZ via membership of NZASE as an individual or organisation at https://members.nzase.org.nz