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2018 promises to be a very exciting and productive year for ALL.
Two highlights for ALL are the start of our long-awaited Passion-Led Learning Index and our submission to the Gonski 2 review.
We are calling for six innovative Victorian secondary schools to trial our Passion-Led Learning Index and Toolkit
Charles Fadel speaking
Charles Fadel gave us big ideas to think about, and much to act upon if we want to serve the interests of our children going into the...
Parents have a vital role to play in making sure their children have the schooling they need to succeed in work and life, according to...
Wishing tree
We are delighted to bring you our first newsletter of 2017. It showcases some of the work the Australian Learning Lecture team has underway...
students at work
Welcome to our Summer 2016 newsletter. This edition features many important stories about our work at the Australian Learning Lecture.
student using data for learning
The Productivity Commission recently released a draft Issues Paper into education evidence base, arguing that the path to better education...
School maze
Lucy Clark is Senior Editor at the Guardian Australia following 31 years of experience in newspapers magazine. She is also a caring...
Students working to solve problems
Bringing big ideas in learning to national attention.
gratitude wall used in positive education
Find out how one school in South Australia equips students so that they flourish when they leave school.
inaugural speaker ALL
Welcome to the very first edition of the Australian Learning Lecture (ALL) update. We are very excited to launch this thought provoking...
Michael Barber joy and data
Last Thursday, 21 May marked the launch and inaugural lecture on joy and data for the Australian Learning Lecture (ALL) initiative.
“Data, far from being in opposition to joy is an important ingredient in it.” – Sir Michael Barber, ALL lecture.
celebration wall to record positive thoughts
The recent release of NAPLAN results shows a worrying trend for Australia, with little change in student achievement since 2008. Other...
Teenagers in a classroom
Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull launched the National Innovation and Science Agenda, saying “…we are going to focus on talent and skills,...
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