Capacity building and international partnerships
Building the capacity of the teaching workforce and education systems through international partnerships is a key priority of the Assessment Research Centre.
As a recognised world leader in transforming learning, teaching and assessment, the Assessment Research Centre plays an important role in building strategic international relationships aimed at sharing learning, increasing collective knowledge and building global capacity.
On behalf of the University of Melbourne, the Centre has forged productive international partnerships, including with the Philippines, Saudi Arabia, Vietnam, Costa Rica, Singapore and Hong Kong.
- Assessment Curriculum and Technology Research Centre (ACTRC), a collaboration with the University of the Philippines
- Competency based assessment reform in the Republic of Vietnam
- Competency Based Education Professional Development for Teachers of Primary and Secondary Education (for the Vietnamese Ministry of Education)
- Customised Program for Curriculum Leaders from Singapore (for the Ministry of Education, Singapore)
- Longitudinal Study of Learning Achievement of Students in the Autonomous Region in Muslim Mindanao
- Review of Large-Scale Assessments for use in the Philippines
- The Kefayat Program: Competency based curriculum implementation in Saudi Arabia (for the Ministry of Education in Saudi Arabia)
- UNICEF: Feasibility study on microcertification for the ALS program
- Support for Philippine Basic Education through the COVID-19 pandemic