Our final webinar for 2019 will explore how evidence is currently being built and mobilised in Australia. This webinar will be hosted by Dr Tanya Vaughan, Associate Director, Evidence for Learning with special guest John Cleary, General Manager of School & System Improvement at the Department of Education for the Northern Territory Government.
- Hear about the work of the Northern Territory Learning Commission – engaging students in research and evidence.
- Understand new work in building robust evidence through Evidence for Learning’s trials – unpack evidence of promising programs in Australia and how these can be best applied to school decisions and impact on teaching and learning.
- Learn about resources that are available to support schools on their improvement journey.
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