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Promoting growth mindset and effort in mathematics classrooms
Promoting growth mindset and effort in mathematics classrooms

Associate Professor Jane Mitchell, Associate Professor Sara Murray and Jeffrey Larsen share a feedback strategy to encourage students to make a consistent effort in mathematics class, and to help them see a connection between their effort and achievement.

Collaborations in teaching and learning
Collaborations in teaching and learning

Poster presenters at this year’s Excellence in Professional Practice Conference tell us more about their collaborations.

Motivated Minds - putting mindset theory into practice
Motivated Minds - putting mindset theory into practice

How a collaborative action research project between educators and academics is promoting a growth mindset in students and impacting on learning outcomes.

Supporting low SES schools with STEM
Supporting low SES schools with STEM

‘We're mainly using LEGO kits at the moment because we find that a lot of schools are familiar with them.’ How a university partnership program is supporting STEM learning.

Student voice and effective teacher practice
Student voice and effective teacher practice

When the school leaders at this college set out to develop and extend teaching expertise, they turned to students as the key collaborators.

Sharing experiences and building on ideas
Sharing experiences and building on ideas

Collaboration is the key word at this year’s Excellence in Professional Practice Conference, as members of the education community share their stories of school-based improvement projects.

Collaboration, feedback and a growth mindset
Collaboration, feedback and a growth mindset

Teacher explores a project involving academics partnering with school leaders and staff to develop feedback strategies to promote a growth mindset in students.

Action Research Episode 1: Peer assessment in Mathematics
Action Research Episode 1: Peer assessment in Mathematics

Can peer assessment techniques help improve pass rates and student learning outcomes? According to one educator’s action research, the answer is yes.

Raising the bar
Raising the bar

Mapping learning against a developmental continuum has made it possible to monitor progress and set individual targets at this school.

Reflecting on and refining assessment tasks
Reflecting on and refining assessment tasks

At this school, staff use an evidence-informed framework to reflect on and improve the quality of their set assessment tasks.

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