06 June 2018
A report released today by the Australian Council for Educational Research (ACER), the managers of the Program for International Student Assessment (PISA) in Australia, explores Australian students’ sense of belonging.
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.
27 February 2018
A survey of university students in Japan reveals high levels of satisfaction with skills development but shows more work needs to be done in key areas that can significantly affect students’ higher education experience.
22 January 2018
New research has highlighted the benefits of a supportive family and school environment for adolescents’ life satisfaction.
14 December 2017
A new study shows that Year 10 students’ civics and citizenship knowledge has fallen, but participation in civics and citizenship activity has increased. Julian Fraillon and Eveline Gebhardt report.
01 November 2017
The 2017 Australian STEM Video Game Challenge, which encourages students as young as 10 years old to design and build a video game, turns classroom learning into a reality.
Unpacking ‘programmatic assessment’
10 October 2019
Children’s mental health – an asset for learning
03 October 2019
Scottish national assessments inform next steps for learning
30 September 2019
Teaching early literacy through play
24 September 2019