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The power of evidence in education

This article introduces how evidence-informed teaching methods can support student learning and skill development. Learn about the interplay between evidence and classroom realities, common misconceptions, and how the Australian Education Research Organisation (AERO) is helping teachers and leaders.

Improving learning outcomes for children and young people

In this article, AERO Principal Teaching and Learning Specialist Cate Whiting shares practical guidance and tools to help teachers and school leaders most effectively teach for how students learn, in safe, supportive and well-managed learning environments.
Research summary

Cultural responsiveness in education

This research summary outlines research on culturally responsive teaching practices that create culturally safe learning environments.
Discussion paper

Strengthening the evidence on how GenAI can improve teaching and learning

This discussion paper identifies 5 priority research projects about generative artificial intelligence (GenAI) tools in education and invites the education research community to partner with us. Working together we can better understand how to harness GenAI tools to reverse growing inequity in student learning outcomes.
Research summary

​​Measuring wellbeing and belonging in children aged 3 to 8 years​

To understand which wellbeing programs and practices adopted by early childhood education and care (ECEC) services and schools improve children’s outcomes, it is necessary to measure and track children’s wellbeing. This research summary shares some preliminary learning from work the Australian Education Research Organisation (AERO) commissioned on developing wellbeing and belonging measures for children aged 3 to 8 years.

Dr Jenny Donovan on classroom engagement

In this article, AERO CEO Dr Jenny Donovan discusses how AERO is supporting teachers and educators to maximise student learning in their classrooms using AERO's evidence-based classroom management resources.

Building an effective MTSS team

Staff at Parramatta Marist High School (NSW), Como Secondary College (WA), Parafield Gardens High School (SA) and East Loddon P–12 College (Vic) discuss how they select staff and deliver training to support an MTSS framework aligned with AERO’s guidance.
Practice guide

Choosing reading assessments in MTSS

This practice guide explains how to select and administer student reading assessments in an MTSS approach, including identifying important criteria when choosing reading assessments. It’s the third part of a series of guidance created in partnership with DSF.