Making schools more effective: report of the Australian Effective Schools Project
Australian Council for Educational Research, Nov 1, 1993 - Education - 199 pages
Presents the findings of an Australia-wide project managed by the Australian Council for Educational Research (ACER), which sought the views of teachers, students, parents and other interested individuals on how Australia's schools might be made more effective. The research covers curriculum, staffing, parent and student involvement, and the administration of schools. Included are tables of survey responses and a list of references. Co-authors are Kevin Piper, Diana Banks and Beryl Evans.
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Keys to school effectiveness
Aspects of an effective school
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activities appropriate areas aspects assessment Australian Capital Territory Australian Education Australian school communities Category of response central centralised chapter characteristics classroom collaborative concern conservatism context curriculum decision curriculum development curriculum provision devolution discussed Effective Schools Project emphasised the importance encouraged environment equity Exhibit experience focus Fullan goals group of responses homework identified implementation individual interests involvement in decision issues leadership Levine & Lezotte Locus of control national curriculum number of responses outcomes parent involvement parent support participation particular percentage of responses principal priority professional development Queensland question recognition relating relationships relevance research on school response form responses nominated role school curriculum school improvement program school level school-based schools more effective Schools Project booklet Schools Project survey secondary schools self-esteem shared shown in table skills South Wales specific staff staffing strategies structure student learning suggested Tasmania teachers and teaching teaching and learning