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Submissions from 2005

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Learning about learning and teaching: using the evidence of student achievement for improvements at individual, class and school level, Reg Allen

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An evidence-based approach to school improvement: A case study of the Victorian Catholic Education Office, Melbourne, Teresa Angelico

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Using Data to Support Learning (Conference Proceedings), Australian Council for Educational Research (ACER)

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Turning data into information that improves teaching and learning: the WA experience, David Axworthy

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An evidence-based approach to teaching and learning, Michele Bruniges

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Using data for school improvement: A practitioner's approach, Wayne Craig

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Using HSC data to give principals leverage, John DeCourcy

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From Accounting to Accountability: Harnessing Data for School Improvement, Lorna Earl

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What is the nature of evidence that makes a difference to learning?, John Hattie

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Learning about teaching and teaching about learning: Using video data for research and professional development, Hilary Hollingsworth

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Assessment for Learning: Using statewide literacy and numeracy tests as diagnostic tools, Philip Holmes-Smith

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Getting professional development right, Lawrence Ingvarson

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Benchmarks and growth and success... Oh, my!, G Gage Kingsbury

The Role of Infomation in Professional Work, Geoff N. Masters

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Good Data, Bad News, Good Policy Making ..., Gabrielle Matters

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Evaluation of the Getting it Right Literacy and Numeracy Strategy in Western Australian Schools, Marion Meiers

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Researchers and Practitioners Working Together to Ensure Data-Informed Practice in Secondary School : Evidence From VIC, SA And NSW Schools, Carmel Richardson

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Data-driven school improvement through the VCE data service, Glenn Rowley and Peter Congdon

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Data for schools in NSW: What is provided and can it help?, Max Smith

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Using Online Assessment to Inform Teaching and Learning in Primary and Secondary Classrooms, Jim Tognolini

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Moving on from Count Me In Too: Evidence-based teaching and learning in numeracy in the early and middle years of schooling, Lynn Tozer and Marilyn Holmes