Q&A: Reflecting on remote learning and testing at home with Sakhalin International School
Rachel Storer, Deputy Headteacher at Sakhalin International School in Russia, discusses how COVID-19 has impacted teaching and learning at her school, and how they navigated the at-home testing experience.
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Home and school environment critical to student success
Resources and support in the home and at school have been found to play a critical role in successful learning outcomes of Grade 5 students in Southeast Asia.
A commitment to every child's growth: SNSA
Dr Desmond Bermingham writes for Teaching Scotland about the work that ACER has done to develop and deliver a new online assessment approach in Scotland.
What does the research tell us about leadership and international education?
The research findings are clear: data are crucial to school improvement and school leaders play a critical role in identifying reliable and meaningful data, write ACER's Pauline Taylor-Guy, Jarrod Hingston and Pina Tarricone.
Using assessment data to inform remote teaching practice
Explore how teachers can use a range of assessment data to identify learning needs and differentiate teaching and learning for students in an emergency remote teaching environment in a webinar by ACER's Dr Katie Richardson.
Should we keep taking part in PISA?
In a recent webinar, educational experts reinforced the need to keep participating in large-scale international student surveys – even if we don’t always like the results.