Together with the University of Melbourne, we're looking for survey participants to help refine our understanding of how teachers and educators use evidence in their classroom or service.
Time taken to participate can be put towards professional development (approximately 30 minutes per survey).
There are 3 optional surveys:
- Evidence use and evidence-based practices, open to all Australian early childhood education and care teachers and educators, and primary and secondary teachers.
- Explicit instruction, open to all Australian primary and secondary teachers.
- Formative assessment, open to all Australian primary and secondary teachers.
If you have any questions, please email the University of Melbourne team or contact AERO.
Over 1,300 teachers, educators and leaders completed AERO’s evidence use survey in 2021. Learn more about the findings below.
Evidence-based teaching strategies
How often are Australian teachers using evidence-based teaching strategies? AERO surveyed teachers across Australia to find out.
Evidence use in Australian education
A first look at data from our evidence use survey examines education practitioners' beliefs, confidence and practices.
Initial findings from our evidence use survey presented as an infographic. The findings focus on practitioners' beliefs, confidence and practices.
Support for evidence use in schools
We asked teachers how they are supported to use evidence in their practice.
Support for evidence use in ECEC
We asked educators in early childhood settings how they are supported to evidence in their practice.