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Little J & Big Cuz – supporting successful transitions to school
An ACER study reveals how an animated TV series supports Indigenous children’s transition to school by improving pedagogical approaches and bolstering pride and identity in Indigenous children.
Celebrating the research of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander women
ACER’s Australian Journal of Education (AJE) has published a Special Issue highlighting Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander women’s scholarly work.
Research Conference 2018 closes in Sydney
ACER’s Research Conference 2018 took place in Sydney in August, with leaders in education from around the globe coming together to explore the theme ‘Teaching practices that make a difference: Insights from research’.
From inspiration to award win: Little J & Big Cuz’s journey to the Logies
Following its 2018 Logie Award win, we take a look back at the ground-breaking children’s animation, Little J & Big Cuz.
Children embrace Little J and Big Cuz
Audiences across Australia are responding positively to the first animated children’s series to feature Indigenous Australians and their culture.