2022 EPAA Winners Announced | Books+Publishing

The winners of the 2022 Educational Publishing Awards Australia (EPAA) have been announced.

The winners in each category are:

Secondary Editor of the Year

  • Cambridge University Press

Senior Editor of the Year

Mike Horsley Award for long-standing dedicated service to the educational publishing industry

  • Sophie Kaliniecki of Cengage

Outstanding tertiary/VET resource

  • Principles of Anatomy and Physiology for Nursing and Healthcare Students in Australia (Ian Peate et al., Wiley)

Outstanding Secondary Resource

  • examplus VCE Biology Units 1–4 (Nelson—A Cengage Company)

Outstanding primary resource

  • Bailey Finch takes a stand (Ingrid Laguna, Text)

Nonfiction Scholarly Book of the Year

  • Vandemonians: the repressed history of colonial Victoria (Janet McCalman, MUP)
  • Strongly recommended: Farmers or hunter-gatherers? (Keryn A Walshe and Peter Sutton, MUP) and The secrets of healthy aging for women (Cassandra Szoeke, MUP)

Primary Educational Picture Book

  • someone’s land (Adam Goodes & Ellie Laing, illustrated by David Hardy, A&U)
  • Strongly recommended: Stroll in Gagudju Country (Diane Lucas, Ben Tyler and Emma Long, A&U)

VET: Teaching and Learning (Print or Blended)

  • Construction course, 1st edition (Shayne Fagan, Cengage)

Tertiary Teaching and Learning Resource — Digital Only (Adaptations)

  • Digital Update—Psychology: From Research to Understanding (Scott O Lilienfeld, Steven Jay Lynn, Laura L Namy et al, Pearson)

Tertiary teaching and learning resource – print or blended learning (adaptations)

  • Principles of Anatomy and Physiology for Nursing and Healthcare Students in Australia (Ian Peate et al., Wiley)
  • Strongly recommended: Helping Children Learn Mathematics, 4th Australian Edition (Robert Reys, Anna Rogers, Leicha Bragg et al., Wiley)

Tertiary Teaching and Learning Resource – Blended Learning (All-Australian)

  • Business law, 6th edition (Nick James and Timothy Thomas, Wiley)

Tertiary teaching and learning resource – print (all Australian)

  • Yatdjuligin: Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Nursing and Midwifery, 3rd Edition (Dallas Hanson, Kim Backhouse, David Leaney et al., CUP)
  • Strongly recommended: Rating, Feedback and Reporting, 1st Edition (Linda Cranley, Genevieve Johnson and Wendy Harmon)

Secondary reference resource

  • Oxford Study Buddy Revision and Exam Guides (OUP)

Secondary educational resource

  • examplus VCE Biology Units 1–4 (Nelson—A Cengage Company)

Secondary student resource—senior—English/humanities/languages/arts/technology/health and physical education

  • Cambridge Society and Culture Stage 6 (Kendra Bruseker, Louise Dark, Allie Emo et al., CUP)
  • Strongly recommended: Analyzing Australian history (Richard Broome, James Grout, David Harris et al., CUP)

Secondary Resource Student—Senior—Mathematics/Science

  • Jacaranda Nature of Biology VCE Units 1–4 series (Judith Kinnear, Marjory Martin, Sarah Beamish and others, Jacaranda)
  • Strongly recommended: VICscience Biology VCE Units 1 to 4, 4th Edition (Sarah Jones & Tony Chiovitti, Nelson—A Cengage Company)

Secondary Resource Student — Junior — English/Literature/Language/Arts/Technology/Physical Education and Health

  • Before everything! (Elio Guarnuccio, Annamaria Iacovacci & Marina Bartolameazzi, Lingopont)
  • Strongly recommended: Jacaranda English 8 (Samuel Islip, Prudence Meggitt, Irene Terpon et al., Jacaranda)

Secondary—Junior—Mathematics/Science Student Resource

  • BitMaths Teacher License and BitMaths Student License (Firefly Education)

Primary reference resource

  • Teaching poetry for fun and purpose (Sally Murphy, Australian Association for Primary English Teachers)
  • Strongly recommended: Transforming Practice: Transforming Lives Through Diverse Children’s Literature (Helen Adam, Australian Association for Primary English Teachers)

Primary educational resource

  • Big Book Series on Indigenous Discovery (Leanne Mulgo Watson and Emily Bruce, Learning Media Ltd)
  • Kudos: Teacher Hub (Seven Steps)

Resource for Elementary Students—Arts/Science/Humanities/Social Studies/Technology/Health and Physical Education/Languages

  • Australian Curriculum Geography Year 4 (2021 edition) (RIC Publications)

Resource for Elementary Students — English (Literacy/Literature/Language)

  • Spelling of sound waves (Firefly Education)
  • Strongly recommended: Oxford Reading for Understanding Decodables (OUP)

Resource for elementary students—mathematics (numeracy)

  • Bond Blocks series (Paul Swan, type A – Z).

The winners were announced at an awards show held at Wheeler Center on Wednesday, September 7.

For more information, see the APEA website.

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