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Michael Barber
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In the school of the future, data is ubiquitous and measures progress not just on academic performance but also on the wider skills and...
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Taranganba teachers feel that data is not a judgement of their teaching ability but a starting point for each step in the journey. The...
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We are excited to have recently published Joy and Data: creating success for every student, a compilation of Sir Michael’s lecture and six...
Building vocabulary
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The most important data to understand learners is diagnostic data because it helps teachers identify a student’s point of need and, if used...
hand over keyboard
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A national action plan agreed by Commonwealth, state and territory governments is urgently required if Australia is to arrest declining...
 access to information
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The Head of the Dept of Education for Kwazulu-Natal talks about how access to information can transform learning.
Dianne Jackson
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ARACY CEO Dr Dianne Jackson on how data informs a learning culture, and why learning is essential to alleviating poverty.
Larry Kamener
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Management consultant Larry Kamener on the enormous potential for data to improve the school learning experience.
 Sir Michael Barber
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Sir Michael Barber shows how data and joy intersect in his own bicycle training regime.
Country learners
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Rural youth ambassadors talk about the issues in learning and education that matter to them most.
Patrick Griffin
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Prof. Patrick Griffin discusses the skills today's school students need to learn to equip them for the information- and knowledge-...
 Children learning
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Students at an Australian kindergarten program talk about their learning journey.
Young learner
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A new survey has found overwhelming support for the value of learning.
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