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The education sector is seeing an increasing focus on the development of skills and dispositions young people will need for a rapidly evolving educational and workplace context. Readying students for this environment is part of Roseville College’s vision.
The broad aim of the College’s research project is to devise a school-wide measure to assess the learning dispositions valued by the school’s community.
Roseville College’s School Based Research Project – One year on
The research team is led by Amy Van Arkkels. The team is supported by academic mentor Dr Kimberley Pressick-Kilborn from the University of Technology Sydney.
Each year member schools in NSW are invited to apply for funding and support to conduct a two year School Based Research Project. Successful projects are awarded in areas of education which ultimately impact student outcomes and make substantial contributions to new insights in and beyond individual schools. These Projects aim to build research capacity and cultures of research engagement in practicing teachers and/or school leaders in the independent sector.
For more information visit our School Based Research Application page or contact the team at The Evidence Institute.
Click here for more information generally on the work of The Evidence Institute or contact a member of the team.