Main Feature: Dr Meghan Stacey discusses her research into the different experiences of teachers in schools in different communities, and the impact of school choice policies on the widening gap of school stratification and teacher experiences
Regular Features: Off Campus – Dan Haesler interviews Dan Pink about the impact of timing on student outcomes; Education in the News – Cameron discusses some of the recent reporting about 2019 NAPLAN results.
Links and Timecodes
00:00 Opening Credits
02:37 Off Campus – Dan Haesler
18:23 Education in the News – NAPLAN 2019
27:07 Feature Introduction
29:07 Interview – Meghan Stacey
54:04 Sign Off
The first interview is with Dr Charlotte Pezaro from April of 2017, discussing the implications and nuances of ‘Evidence Based Practice’, particularly as it applies to teaching. The second interview is with Dr Tanya Vaughan from February of 2018 in which she talks about implementation science, and outlines a framework for teachers to implement educational research as part of their teaching practice.
00:00 Opening Credits
01:45 Charlotte Pezzaro – Evidence Based Practice
45:02 Tanya Vaughan – Implementation Science
01:08:33 Sign Off
Links and notes coming soon!
00:00:00 Opening Credits
00:02:28 NAPLAN in the news
00:15:04 Feature Introduction
00:16:32 Off Campus – Dan Haesler
00:18:44 Dr Helen Street
00:39:11 Announcements & Sign-Off
Main Feature: Dr Tanya Vaughan discusses implementation science, and outlines a framework for teachers to implement educational research as part of their teaching practice.
Regular Features: Off Campus – Dan Haesler explores the link between rising perfectionism and mental and emotional well being; Education in the news – Cameron considers the role of the media in promoting the increased commodification of education.
00.00 Opening Credits
01:31 Intro – NAPLAN robot-marking halted
02:21 Off Campus – Dan Haesler
- Perfectionism Is Increasing Over Time: A Meta-Analysis
of Birth Cohort Differences From 1989 to 2016
15:11 Commodification of education
- Privately educating a child born in 2018 could cost $500,000 each as school fees skyrocket
- The Conversation: Why schools and corporate brands shouldn’t mix
30:48 Feature introduction
32:45 Interview – Dr Tanya Vaughan
59:05 Quote & Sign Off