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Research to Practice

Research to Practice e-booklets outline one Australian research study and explain how the research may be applied in an educational setting. E-booklets are based on research published in the last ten years. All e-booklets promoted on this page are written by Caroline Paget who has certified at Lead.

Research to Practice e-booklets relate to the Australian Professional Standards for Teachers. Educators who guide development of the ideas from an e-booklet in their own setting will find this work valuable for achieving national certification at Highly Accomplished and Lead.

E-booklets

This research was about data informed planning and goal setting. Data contributed to evaluations of the degree to which the schools were meeting the expectations that they designed for themselves and evaluations of the effectiveness of procedures, such as professional learning procedures.

This e-booklet is in development and is unavailable at present. 

 

This study’s objective was to ascertain students’ understanding of well-being. Students spoke about their perceptions of the nature of their involvement with well-being and described actions by others in a school that influenced their well-being. Students spoke about the types of experiences that improved their well-being at school and described examples of positive encounters that promoted their well-being.

This e-booklet is in development and is unavailable at present.

 

This e-booklet is based on research into how students viewed successful classroom management, what occurred in classrooms that students felt were being managed well and what motivated students to actively contribute to lessons. Students portrayed classrooms that they considered had positive effects on their work output.

This e-booklet is in development and is unavailable at present.

 

This e-booklet is based on a research paper that described teachers’ work in professional development teams. Teachers cycled through procedures for trialling new ideas, observing the effects of strategies, reflecting on practice, and planning. Planning involved procedures for analysing and interpreting the data. This e-booklet outlines the research and offers procedures that teacher teams can implement to improve the practice of all teachers in a school. 

This e-booklet is in development and is unavailable at present.