Gonski Institute for Education

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The new closing the gap targets are ambitious, especially in the area of early childhood education. But this doesn't mean they can't be met, with the right approach.

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Gonski Institute for Education research reveals Australian educators’ perspectives on children, digital technology, health and learning.

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Pasi Sahlberg is professor of education policy and deputy director of the Gonski Institute at UNSW. The Finnish educator and author has advised on education reforms around the world.

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New data shows some of the biggest issues confronting parents these days all seem to have one common element: smart devices.

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New research shows the community wants a range of skills other than those that relate to 'stressful' Year 12 exams to also be considered for university entry assessment.

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The damaging effects of NAPLAN could be avoided by moving to sample testing of students, says a submission to governments by the Gonski Institute for Education at UNSW Sydney.

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Report from Gonski Institute for Education at UNSW Sydney calculates that Australia could add more than $50 billion to its annual GDP by focusing on students outside major cities. 

 

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Good educators know when they are not needed, says the Gonski Institute of Education’s newest recruit. By Wendy Frew.

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Leaders from the Gonski Institute for Education at UNSW Sydney will hold a forum tonight to explore dramatic changes posed for schools by the recent Gonski report.

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The latest Gonski review of education released this week will help return the focus to supporting individual students through good teaching, writes Adrian Piccoli.

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