Publication Date

4-2016

Subjects

Teaching innovations, Conventional teaching, Student assessment, Curriculum, Reporting (Student achievement), Academic achievement, Learning experience, Primary education, Secondary education

Comments

ACER Occasional Essays – April 2016

Abstract

Traditional ways of organising and delivering school education are sometimes failing students at both ends of the achievement spectrum. We need to think to think differently about the nature of learning; the characteristics of learners; the school curriculum; what it means to ‘teach’; the role of assessment; and the nature of ‘reporting’ – in short, to think differently about schooling itself.

Place of Publication

Melbourne Vic

Publisher

Australian Council for Educational Research (ACER)

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