ACER news 30 September 2021 Learning progressions are based on evidence that students in a single cohort can be at very different points in their learning and therefore require targeted instructionadmin
Education Matters by Tracy Woodroffe Whether you are working on being culturally responsive, reflexive, or competent, the Australian teaching workforce is expected to know about Aboriginal Australia. This involves knowingadmin
The Conversation June 3, 2021 Chris Hickey Is the curriculum actually “cluttered” or “crowded” as commonly claimed? And what does that even mean? Read hereadmin
By Dr Donna Evans, Professional Learning Communities practice coach, Catholic Education Tasmania (CET) and Debbie Baird-Bower, Educational Data Analyst for Catholic Education Tasmania (CET) from ACEL - Vol 42admin
October 30, 2020 David Lawrence and Tanya Fitzgerald Schools and teachers are given wide latitude to adopt untested educational programs and strategies based on their professional judgements. https://theconversation.com/first-do-no-harm-education-research-should-answer-to-the-same-standards-as-medicine-148904admin
August 1, 2020 Conversations about the future of education by Silverlining for Learning 5.30-6.30 pm EDT, Saturdays August 1, 2020 Transforming education in Australia and Beyond: A conversation with Greg Whitby https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=FY9h5GnhMBU&feature=youtu.beadmin
Should you hold your child back from starting school? Research shows it has little effect on their maths and reading skills.
Whether to hold a child back from starting school when they are first eligible is a question faced by many parents in Australia each year. https://theconversation.com/should-you-hold-your-child-back-from-starting-school-research-shows-it-has-little-effect-on-their-maths-and-reading-skills-132874admin