Disability-inclusive education in Pacific nations - making it happen
We have developed indicators for disability-inclusive education in the Pacific countries and guidelines for their implementation. These indicators will assist countries in providing quality education for children and youth with disability. Our contribution has been recognised by the United Nations.
Is digital technology in your school making a difference?
A project is underway to investigate why digital technologies in secondary schools have largely failed to have a consistent impact on the core processes of schools and schooling. What can schools do to make 'better' use of digital technology?
Improving teacher education for better Indigenous outcomes
Remote Indigenous schools need teachers equipped to work inclusively within the context of these communities. Embedding culturally responsive strategies and resources into all initial teacher education programs is our well-planned, long-term approach to improving Indigenous outcomes.
Nine schools in the Casey South East Melbourne cluster are partnering with the Faculty of Education to create and investigate new mentoring models that will best prepare pre-service teachers and support in-service teachers' professional learning.