04 April 2019
An ACER study reveals how an animated TV series supports Indigenous children’s transition to school by improving pedagogical approaches and bolstering pride and identity in Indigenous children.
03 December 2018
ACER’s Australian Journal of Education (AJE) has published a Special Issue highlighting Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander women’s scholarly work.
09 July 2018
Following its 2018 Logie Award win, we take a look back at the ground-breaking children’s animation, Little J & Big Cuz.
02 August 2017
Early education for Indigenous students should begin from a place of strength, by focusing on students’ potential, interests, abilities, knowledge and capacities, rather than their limits.
10 March 2017
When Little J and Big Cuz arrive on our screens in late April they will bring with them a raft of resources to help incorporate Indigenous ways of knowing and being in the classroom.
21 February 2017
Through its involvement in the Science of Learning Research Centre, ACER is supporting research to investigate the accuracy of a tool that measures the developmental status of young children in remote Indigenous Australian contexts.
Challenging student attitudes toward risky behaviour
18 July 2019
Literacy and numeracy for the 21st century
11 July 2019
Supporting countries new to large-scale assessment
04 July 2019