19 - 21st October 2003 Carlton Crest Hotel, Melbourne

This conference brought together key researchers, policy makers, school administrators and teachers, to review and discuss research that suggests answers to a number of critical questions, including:

  • How does teacher evaluation improve the effectiveness of teaching?
  • What do we know about developing and validating professional standards for teachers?
  • Are there links between the development of professional standards and attracting, preparing and retaining quality teachers?
  • What does the research tell us about links between teacher remuneration and teacher performance?

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Submissions from 2003

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Building Teacher Quality (Conference Proceedings), Australian Council for Educational Research (ACER)

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Teachers Make a Difference, What is the research evidence?, John Hattie

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Evaluating the quality and impact of professional development programs, Lawrence Ingvarson, Marion Meiers, and Adrian Beavis

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Using Research to Advance Professional Practice, Geoff N. Masters

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The Importance of Teacher Quality As A Key Determinant of Students’ Experiences and Outcomes of Schooling, Ken Rowe