Education & Training

Research
1 July 2015

The first New Zealand findings from the Teaching and Learning International Survey (TALIS) asks teachers who teach students in Years 7, 8, 9 or 10, and their principals, about the conditions that...

Research
1 July 2015

This report presents findings and implications of students' confidence, self-beliefs, learning approaches and motivation in mathematics.

Research
28 June 2015

Australian Education Review 60 takes the 2011 Gonski Review of Funding for Schooling as a vantage point, from which to consider the national funding of schools in Australia, past and future.

Research
26 June 2015

This paper attempts to capture the main elements of the journey undertaken through the Learning and Development Strategy, and to document some of the many learnings along the way.

Audio
24 June 2015

Further changes to the way schools are funded are of concern, especially to State governments who already face a funding shortfall after 2017.

Commentary
24 June 2015

Dean Ashenden takes on the sixties, GERM, and the world’s best-known educational revolutionary.

Website
24 June 2015

This resource aims to assist local government to develop strong, culturally diverse and socially connected communities.

Research
23 June 2015

Selected for their effective practice, this report summarises the findings from case studies of seven schools that are part of the Positive Behaviour for Learning School-Wide (PB4L-SW) initiative...

Research
23 June 2015

This paper asks whether the Federation provides the system of national governance that Australians need right now, and whether it will help or hinder efforts to adapt and thrive in the vastly...

Commentary
23 June 2015

Teaching is at the core of what Australian universities do, yet it receives nowhere near the attention it should, and is in danger of receiving even less.