Research showcase opportunity offered as conference goes online
ACER’s annual Research Conference is returning between 16-20 August, following a pandemic-related pause in 2020. This year, it is a fully virtual program of 20 presentations by leading thinkers in education research from around the globe
Subscribe to the Discover newsletter
Examining the reading strategies of non-native English language test-takers
ACER is investigating the reading strategies employed by non-native English speakers when faced with English language reading tasks.
Universities need to train lecturers in online delivery, or they risk students dropping out
Online learning can actually be as effective as when classes are delivered face-to-face. But teachers need training to do this effectively.
Equity students’ pathways to STEM
An ACER study will offer new insight into the dynamics of STEM pathways for students from disadvantaged groups.
Improving the national qualifications framework
ACER research is helping to ensure that Australia’s qualifications framework is adaptable to the changing nature of education, training and work.
Unpacking ‘programmatic assessment’
A programmatic model of assessment can provide a more complete understanding of trainees’ knowledge and skills, but key aspects of the approach are often misunderstood.
Australia Awards support equality, inclusion and effective leadership in Pakistan
Alumni of Australian development scholarships are making a lasting contribution to Pakistan’s efforts to become a country upheld by governance, effective leadership and improved access to opportunities for women.