Australia’s national education evidence body

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Browse AERO's resources by topic, format, date and more. This catalogue of resources will be updated regularly, so please check back often for more resources. Provide feedback by contacting us

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Practice guide
19 April 2022

Targeting sentence-level instruction is critical in order to develop foundational skills in writing. Sentence combining is an instructional technique used to improve sentence quality, complexity, and variety.

Implementation tool
19 April 2022

A writing instruction template for primary school principals and leaders.

The intent of this framework is to show how the school approaches and implements the effective teaching of writing and writing assessment, and to evaluate opportunities for further improvement. 

Research
4 February 2022

This publication summarises available evidence on writing and writing instruction. While the literature on writing instruction is modest compared with reading, and the quality of the research is variable, there are a number of findings and recommendations that can be drawn.

Practice guide
13 September 2021

Numeracy is the application of mathematical concepts, with skills developing along trajectories from birth. This guide outlines practices to support numeracy in early learning settings.

Research
26 November 2020
We asked the educators, teachers, education leaders and policymakers across Australia about what Australia's education evidence body should focus on.
Professional learning tools
18 November 2020
AERO’s Research reflection guide helps education practitioners and policymakers reflect on what they have learned from reading a piece of research evidence on a particular approach. The guide helps you decide whether to implement the approach in your context, and if so, how to do so effectively.
Professional learning tools
2 November 2020
AERO’s Standards of evidence establish our view on what constitutes rigorous and relevant evidence. Teachers, educators and policymakers can use the standards to determine the strength of existing evidence on a particular approach in their context.

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