Improving outcomes for Indigenous students. The Workbook and guide for school educators

Improving outcomes for Indigenous students. The Workbook and guide for school educators Report

What Works. The Work Program. Improving outcomes for Indigenous students

  • Author(s): Department of Education, Employment and Workplace Relations,
  • Published: 2010
  • Publisher: National Curriculum Services Pty Ltd and the Australian Curriculum Studies Association

Abstract: The What Works materials are all about helping people in schools take systematic action to improve outcomes for Indigenous students. Nothing else. They are not about ‘professional development’ for teachers (unless it leads to action). They are not about background reading (unless it leads to action). They are not about sharing experience (unless it leads to action). The Workbook that you are holding in your hands can support that action but it’s not meant for cataloguing and placing on a shelf in the library either. It’s supposed to be written in, carried around, referred to, shown and shared. If it gets dog-eared, that’s great because that’s how it was meant to get. It contains a series of tools and ideas to assist planning for improved outcomes for Indigenous students. You could work through the tools one after the other, or you could pick and choose. You could download them and modify them to suit your local needs. You could use them in conjunction with the website www.whatworks.edu.au, where you will find more detail and lots of examples of the action other people have taken.

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Department of Education, Employment and Workplace Relations,, 2010, Improving outcomes for Indigenous students. The Workbook and guide for school educators, Report, viewed 15 July 2024, https://www.nintione.com.au/?p=5223.

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