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The CLASS (Classroom Assessment Scoring System) Observation Training program enables participants to develop capacity and confidence in providing feedbac : MGSE
The Literacy 4.0 Project is examining the workforce literacy needs of the workplaces of the future
A longitudinal research on the patterns in young people's lives to gain understanding of the ways in which two generations of young Australians are responding to a rapidly changing world.
TAP is an international first for Visual Art Education, providing for the first time, longitudinal data on teacher’s participation in art production, perceptions of quality of teaching, and expectations of retention in the profession.
The ASQ-TRAK is a tool for observing and monitoring the developmental progress of Australian Aboriginal children.
ReMSTEP is a three year collaborative project led by the University of Melbourne in association with Deakin, La Trobe and Monash universities that responds to the need for improved competence and confidence in the teaching of science and maths, as a pre-service focus, across the Australian Curriculum
This project explores the literary education of Early Career English Teachers in order to understand the role that literary knowledge plays in their teaching.
The Innovative Learning Environments and Teacher Change (ILETC) project is investigating the value of modern, innovative classrooms and will develop tool : MGSE
This project will examine symbol use, a key aspect of students’ mathematical experience at school and university, and measure its impact on progression rates.
Effective Early Educational Experiences, or E4Kids, is the most extensive longitudinal study ever conducted into the impact and effectiveness of early childhood education and care in Australia, as well as outcomes for children who do not attend programs.
The project aims to develop a Teaching Performance Assessment that can be implemented in all Australian Initial Teacher Education (ITE) institutions.
This project, known as REAP, involves exploration of the trend of students in the upper quartile of student achievement not showing learning gains at the same rate as their peers.
This program of research commenced in 2007 at the Assessment Research Centre under the leadership of Professor Patrick Griffin, and since then has drawn on the collaborative work of many educators, researchers, and administrators who share a commitment to supporting every student's right to learn.
A collaborative partnership with Victorian schools to improve student learning.