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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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.
Research
26 May 2022
A new analysis of NAPLAN data reconfirms that while students’ backgrounds influence their literacy and numeracy achievement, their results are not wholly determined by socioeconomic background.
Collection
3 December 2021

These practice guides summarise the research evidence about how early childhood and care (ECEC) and school practitioners can engage with families to support children’s early learning and development and students’ learning outcomes.

Research
1 December 2020
AERO commissioned 21 online focus groups with teachers, school leaders and early childhood educators to obtain first-hand views from educators on a range of issues.
Research
24 January 2023

The ability to read proficiently is fundamental to a student’s success at school and in later life. The science of reading provides the strongest evidence about how young children learn to read. Understanding the cognitive science behind how students learn to read and the research on effective instruction makes it easier for educators to align policy and classroom teaching with evidence.

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.
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