The Assessment Research Centre is involved in a wide range of teaching activities focused on educational measurement and assessment. Teaching is a vital method of dissemination and used to inform practices of teaching and learning.
The study of assessment with the staff of the ARC reflects the latest theoretical understanding, research methodology and analytical tools available in the field. Skills gained are cross-disciplinary and by their very nature are applicable to diverse fields of work.
The Assessment Research Centre offers subjects in the following Melbourne Graduate School of Education courses:
Master of Education in Evidence-Based Teaching
Use the latest evidence-based teaching methods to increase your impact on student outcomes.
Master of Education
With a flexible course structure and nine specialisations to choose from, expand your professional learning in education theory and practice, across fields such as policy, leadership and classroom practice. Explore course
Master of Instructional Leadership
Master of Teaching (Primary)
Master of Teaching (Secondary)
Subjects which are taught or co-taught by Assessment Research Centre staff include:
- Becoming a Clinical Practitioner (Early Childhood)
- Becoming a Clinical Practitioner (Primary)
- Becoming a Clinical Practitioner (Secondary)
- Clinical Teaching and Learning
- Evidence Based Learning and Teaching 1
- Evidence Based Learning and Teaching 2
- Integrating Clinical Practice (Primary)
- Integrating Language and Clinical Practice (Secondary)
- Leading Assessment
- Learning from Evidence
- The Student as Learner
- Using Data to Build Learning Pathways