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This resource is part of a series of 8 practice resources for play-based learning and intentionality in ECEC. Each resource is aligned with the Principles of the Early Years Learning Framework (EYLF V2.0).
This resource is part of a series of 8 practice resources for assessment for children’s learning in early childhood education and care services (ECEC). Each resource is aligned with the Principles of the Early Years Learning Framework (EYLF V2.0).
Acknowledging and praising is a skill that supports and maintains positive student behaviour.
This project identifies trends, challenges and opportunities in education datasets and generates actionable insights that can support improved outcomes in schools and ECEC services.
AERO and Ochre Education have entered into a new partnership agreement to provide Australian teachers with engaging, high-quality instructional resources that support effective evidence-based practices.
Jenny Donovan discusses AERO's analysis of NAPLAN writing data and the importance of writing instruction. Originally published in The Mandarin.
This tool shows how the Australian Early Development Census (AEDC) Language and Cognitive skill domain items align to both the Australian Curriculum (English and Maths) and the National Literacy and Numeracy Learning Progressions (NLNLP).
By examining literacy and numeracy results across assessments, we can better understand the performance of Australian students over time; we can pinpoint areas of national strength and weakness and improve Australia’s educational outcomes.
This practice guide provides practical suggestions to build positive connections with your students leading to positive teacher–student relationships.
Dr Jen Jackson, Program Director at AERO, explains how simple and effective it is to integrate science into ECEC practice, debunking several myths about the science of early childhood pedagogy along the way.
Nobody knows more about students’ learning needs than their teachers. So how should teachers respond to research evidence about effective practice that is broad and does not appear to take account of contextual factors?