The Northern Territory Department of Education's School and System Improvement Unit (SSIU) has partnered with Evidence for Learning and the Australian Council for Educational Research (ACER) to map educational approaches in the Teaching & Learning Toolkit to the National School Improvement Tool (NSIT).
Evidence for Learning works with Deparments to map their improvement frameworks to The Teaching & Learning Toolkit (the Toolkit).
The Toolkit summarises the global evidence base on different approaches and their impact on students' learning. The Toolkit synthesises international and Australian research, summarised in terms of the average impact on attainment, the strength of the evidence supporting them, and the cost to implement.
Visit the Toolkit approaches mapped to the NSIT as produced in collaboration with ACER.
The ACER NSIT brings together findings from international research into the practices of highly effective schools and school leaders. The NSIT assists schools to review and reflect on their efforts to improve the quality of classroom teaching and learning.
The Teaching & Learning Toolkit can help school leaders as they consider approaches across the NSIT nine inter-related ‘domains’. Use the links below to access Toolkit approaches mapped to each domain.
|Systematic curriculum delivery|
|Differentiated teaching and learning|
The complete Teaching & Learning Toolkit can be accessed here.