Evidence for Learning: The latest global education evidence and how Australian school leaders are putting evidence into action

The latest global education evidence and how Australian school leaders are putting evidence into action

What does the latest global education evidence say about specific approaches and applications in teaching and learning?
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E4L

This webinar provides guidance and reflections for Australian schools thinking about how to put evidence into action to improve student learning outcomes.

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Join a panel of experts to explore the latest global education evidence in the new E4L Teaching & Learning Toolkit and examples of how Australian school leaders are putting evidence into action in their settings.

Facilitated by E4L Director, Danielle Toon, you will hear insights about research and practice from:

  • Jonathan Kay, Head of Evidence Synthesis at the Education Endowment Foundation
  • Michael Rosenbrock, Victorian Assistant Principal and E4L Education Consultant
  • Robyn Arri, Leader of Learning and Teaching, Our Lady Help of Christians Primary School, Cairns
  • John Cleary, General Manager, Northern Territory Department of Education
  • Luke Willsmore, Assistant Principal – Teaching and Learning, Emmaus Christian School Canberra

We’ll explore:

  • Insights from the latest international education evidence, including which approaches are likely to accelerate student learning and key findings that might help schools to consider and implement approaches in their settings.
  • How Australian school leaders are putting evidence into action to improve student learning in their settings.
  • Reflections on how you could use evidence and insights in your setting.
The latest global education evidence and how Australian school leaders put evidence into action