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Taking new understandings about learning to the community

How data is used to provide greater insight into how each student learns was explored to great success at ALL’s inaugural series of Joy and Data case studies in Victoria.

Delivered in partnership with six Victorian public libraries, ALL’s project manager Eleanor Bridger, together with teachers involved in the Joy and Data case students, explored how innovative school leaders and teachers use data gathered in real learning experiences to understand how individual students learn, and to identify and plan teaching interventions to build success for every student.

During the events at Realm Ringwood, Bargoonga Nganjin North Fitzroy, Hampton Park, Sunshine, Avondale Heights and Reservoir libraries, the ALL seminar series has engaged with parents, grandparents, students, teachers and professionals responsible for providing guidance and support services to young people. 

Eleanor Bridger said the audience at each session reflected thoughtfully on what matters most for today’s students, the skills and capabilities they need to succeed in a rapidly changing world, and the importance of going beyond the inside world of educators to effect real change.

A big ‘thank you’ to our contact officers at each of the participating libraries for their enthusiastic collaboration with ALL in the promotion and delivery of the series.

Image credit: 

Andy Drewitt