21st century skills
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Preparing for a digital future
To ensure students are digitally competent requires the development of not only information literacy but also knowledge, skills and understanding of computer science and computational thinking.
Literacy and numeracy for the 21st century
The evolution of essential skills presents a challenge for school education in preparing young people for the world as adults.
Preparing students for a changing world
Globalisation, technological advances and the changing nature of work all have far-reaching implications for the work of schools, says Professor Geoff Masters, speaking ahead of ACER’s Research Conference.
Developing and assessing interpersonal skills
The crucial role of context to the teaching, learning and assessment of interpersonal skills is one of the key messages from researchers speaking at ACER’s Research Conference 2019.
Skills and training needs in the disability sector
Changes occurring in the disability sector as a result of the NDIS have significant implications for the training of support workers, and the trainers themselves. Kate Perkins and Justin Brown report.
ACER Deputy CEO wins international research award
A research paper about Technological Pedagogical and Content Knowledge (TPACK) co-authored by ACER Deputy CEO Ralph Saubern has received a prestigious award at the 2019 Society for Information Technology in Teacher Education (SITE) conference in Las Vegas.