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Lecture 2017

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News
A revolutionary plan to rethink Australia’s secondary education and move beyond ATAR was unveiled by the Australian Learning Lecture (ALL)...
Charles Fadel speaking
Blog Post
Two years on, we ask global thought leader Charles Fadel whether much has changed since he delivered our second lecture, The New Success.
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Blog Post
The most recent, the Melbourne Declaration agreed by Education Council Ministers in 2008, articulated nationally consistent education goals...
Learning in a community
Publication
The Australian Learning Lecture made a submission to the 2019 review of the Melbourne Declaration. The declaration guides the design and...
Learning in a community
Blog Post
How does a school create a community of learners? How does a school engage parents so that they can support each child’s learning?
Ellen Koshland
Blog Post
Ellen Koshland nominated as Person of Impact
Student writing
Blog Post
2019 promises to be a big year for Australian education and Australian Learning Lecture. The ALL team is taking a keen interest in the...
Lecture audience
Blog Post
Following on from a forum convened by ALL and the Mitchell Institute at Victoria University earlier this year, two working groups have been...
going to school
Blog Post
ALL is pleased to report that it is working with Mitchell Institute and others to bring about a more productive understanding of school...
Lecture 2017
Blog Post
ALL’s vision from its inception was to introduce new ideas into the learning landscape in a bid to change thinking. Most recently we have...
pathways
Blog Post
Peter Dawkins and Yong Zhao argue that maximising ATAR is the primary focus for far too many students, rather than following passions and...
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Lecture
The New Success was the subject of our second lecture: we're asking questions about what our students need to learn, what kind of...
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