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Assessment reform and innovation
Assessment reform and innovation

This month we find out how educators can play a part in assessment reform.

Learning assessments – designing the future
Learning assessments – designing the future

Professor Geoff Masters discusses recent developments in assessing student learning and how they will shape the future of assessment.

Does homework contribute to student success?
Does homework contribute to student success?

The effectiveness of homework continues to be a hotly debated topic, but what does the research tell us? Jo Earp explores.

More than just raw scores
More than just raw scores

Educators have a range of data sources at their fingertips. At this Tasmanian school, the emphasis is on interpreting this data and putting it to good use.

Feedback on feedback
Feedback on feedback

Look at learning or mastery in fields as diverse as sports, the arts, languages, the sciences or recreational activities and the research evidence is clear: great teachers give great feedback, says Stephen Dinham.

Can happiness be taught?
Can happiness be taught?

School leader Trevor Lee discusses the benefits of a student wellbeing curriculum.

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