16 February 2017
ACER is working with radiopharmaceutical scientists to develop fit-for-purpose progressive assessment practices for a new training program, as Jacob Pearce explains.
12 January 2017
ACER is helping a Papua New Guinea university to make more informed decisions about offering places in their courses.
28 October 2016
ACER is gathering information about the lives and experiences of international recipients of Australian Government scholarships to evaluate public diplomacy outcomes and contribution to development around the world.
26 October 2016
Indigenous students are among those most at risk of not completing university, research confirms.
20 October 2016
Jacob Pearce reports on an ACER-led collaboration linking medical schools in the UK and Australia to develop common assessment items in the area of global health.
10 October 2016
New research into students’ university experience reveals that both Australian and Japanese students are more likely to complete their university degree if they have strong relationships with lecturers, as Daniel Edwards explains.
15 August 2016
Australia’s declining academic performance in international tests over recent years has been well publicised. Looking at Australia’s high-performing neighbour countries may give us some clues about how to improve Australia’s academic performance.
Designing assessment for radiopharmaceutical scientist training
16 February 2017
Mapping progress: Improving learning in rural India
10 February 2017
Rethinking how we assess learning in schools
07 February 2017
How we can ‘lift our game’ in schooling
02 February 2017
Counting the costs and benefits in transition to a digital world
25 January 2017