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students using online tools
Case Study
An online tool is being used to measure students’ collaborative problem solving skills and the data is being used to inform teaching.
When the Australian Learning Lecture was established six years ago, its aim was to bring big ideas in education to national attention...
Blog Post
Rooty Hill High School teacher Yasodai Selvakumaran, who featured in an ALL Joy and Data case study and video, has been named a finalist...
Blog Post
When staff at Hilltop Road Public School in Western Sydney looked at student learning they found that their students could tell them what...
Blog Post
We are excited to have recently published Joy and Data: creating success for every student, a compilation of Sir Michael’s lecture and six...
Students using laptop
Learn how one school is using Visible Learning strategies and Seesaw to have rich conversations about learning and build a deep culture of...
Creative inquiry in the classroom
Case Study
Learn how one school is using creative inquiry to enable students to develop the capabilities and dispositions they need for work and life.
Passionate learning
Our schools need to prepare students for jobs that haven’t been invented and technologies that don’t yet exist. How can teachers prepare...
students working together to solve maths problem
Learn how one school is using a data-driven teaching approach to enable students to grow and thrive in maths
gratitude wall
Case Study
How one school is using diagnostic tools to measure and improve students’ wellbeing.
 using data for learning
Teach to One uses data to diagnose and assess students’ skill and understanding of maths fundamentals and personalise learning.
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