Seeding Success and Research-Based Intervention for Aboriginal Students: Impact of quality teaching, effective schools, and psycho-social drivers on educational outcomes

Seeding Success and Research‑Based Intervention for Aboriginal Students: Impact of quality teaching, effective schools, and psycho‑social drivers on educational outcomes

NSW Department of Education, The University of Western Sydney
2007-2010 | LP0776977

Aboriginal students are educationally disadvantaged. This research offers important educational & social benefits. Elucidating the impact of quality teaching, effective schooling, and drivers of life potential on educational outcomes not attained by generations of Aboriginal Australians will identify potent practical strategies that seed success. The outcomes of this research have the potential to 'break the cycle' of underachievement by generating new solutions to: strengthen schooling; shape a better future for Aboriginal students by enabling students to reach their full potential; build capacity at community, school, classroom, and individual levels; and providing educators with best available practice effective strategies for doing so.

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