2004 - Supporting Student Wellbeing: what does the research tell us about social and emotional development of young people?
24 - 26 October 2004, Adelaide
More than 500 researchers, policy makers and teachers from a broad range of educational contexts from Australia and overseas met Adelaide on 25 and 26 October 2004 to examine effective ways of supporting student wellbeing at ACER's Research Conference 2004. Additional information on the conference and presentations that is available can be accessed below.
Submissions from 2004
Individual and School Influences on Interdependence, John Ainley
Supporting Student Wellbeing : What Does the Research Tell Us About the Social and Emotional Development of Young People? (Conference Proceedings), Australian Council for Educational Research (ACER)
Measuring the Social Outcomes of Schooling: What Does ACER Research Tell Us?, Margaret Forster
A School System Perspective on Strengthening Student Wellbeing, Peter Hamilton
Helping teachers help students act responsibly, Ramon Lewis
Conceptualising and Researching Student Wellbeing, Geoff N. Masters
The Emotional Wellbeing of Young People : School, Further Study, Work and Beyond, Julie McMillan and Kylie Hillman
'Literacy Behaviour' And Auditory Processing : Building 'Fences' at the Top of The 'Cliff' In Preference to Ambulance Services at the Bottom, Kathy Rowe, Ken Rowe, and Jan Pollard