Viewing organisations through the lens of type

Viewing organisations through the lens of type

Wednesday, 14 Jul 2004

Applying the lens of type to an organisation can help us to understand behaviour at work - both in terms of what we do as well as in terms of how we do those things according to visiting US academic Dr Katherine Hirsch.

Dr Hirsch will be in Melbourne next week to address the International Test Users' Conference hosted by the Australian Council for Educational Research.

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Viewing organisations through the lens of type

Viewing organisations through the lens of type

Wednesday, 14 Jul 2004

Applying the lens of type to an organisation can help us to understand behaviour at work - both in terms of what we do as well as in terms of how we do those things according to visiting US academic Dr Katherine Hirsch.

Dr Hirsch will be in Melbourne next week to address the International Test Users' Conference hosted by the Australian Council for Educational Research.

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Is Emotional Intelligence related to cognitive intelligence and behaviour?

Is Emotional Intelligence related to cognitive intelligence and behaviour?

Monday, 12 Jul 2004

World leaders in the assessment of intelligence, emotions and behaviour gather in Melbourne next week to consider issues in assessing the whole person across the lifespan. They will join around 170 delegates including participants from the United States, Malaysia, Indonesia and New Zealand taking part in the International Test Users' Conference 2004 hosted by the Australian Council for Educational Research (ACER).

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Students and employers endorse Graduate Skills Assessment

Students and employers endorse Graduate Skills Assessment

Thursday, 1 Jul 2004

The Graduate Skills Assessment is a valuable addition to the personal employment portfolio of university graduates and has become popular with both students and employers, Australian Council for Educational Research CEO Professor Geoff Masters said today.

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Supporting Indigenous students’ English literacy and numeracy learning

Supporting Indigenous students’ English literacy and numeracy learning

Wednesday, 21 Apr 2004

Indigenous Australian children begin school with similar levels of literacy and numeracy to their non-Indigenous classmates but fall behind as they move through the early years, new research shows. A longitudinaA report detailing the findings of the first two years of the study will be released on the 21st April 2004. l study conducted by ACER has been monitoring the growth in English literacy and numeracy achievement of a group of 152 Indigenous students in 13 schools through the early years of primary school.

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