17 August 2018
ACER’s Research Conference 2018 took place in Sydney in August, with leaders in education from around the globe coming together to explore the theme ‘Teaching practices that make a difference: Insights from research’.
11 May 2018
The recent Gonski report calls for a new model of school education. What might that look like, asks Geoff Masters in Teacher.
30 April 2018
Equity in education is often viewed as equivalence or sameness. A more useful way to view equity is through the lens of ‘fairness’, say Geoff Masters and Raymond Adams in Teacher.
10 April 2018
Great teachers are always looking for ways to improve their practice, and the best source of feedback – their students – is right there in the classroom, says ACER Principal Research Fellow Dr Lawrence Ingvarson in Teacher.
29 March 2018
A wealth of research on teaching quality exists but it remains largely unused by those who could benefit most from its findings – teachers. Are there ways to better translate the findings from research? Dan Cloney explains.
29 March 2018
Lawrence Ingvarson and Kate Reid explore the benefits of a system-wide approach to creating strong professional learning communities.
Reforming learning assessments in the Indian state of Chhattisgarh
14 November 2018
Maintaining the quality of GP registrar training in Australia
08 November 2018
What’s holding females back from participating in STEM?
05 November 2018
Strengthening Law and Justice in Vanuatu
30 October 2018