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A new title in the Local and Global Issues in Education book series is now available at the special discounted rate of $35 for AARE members and $40 for non-members.

Edited by Sharon Tindall-Ford, Shirley Agostinho, John Sweller. Cognitive load theory uses our knowledge of how people learn, think and solve problems to design instruction. In turn, instructional design is the central activity of classroom teachers, of curriculum designers, and of publishers of textbooks and educational...
The Sociology of Education SIG will host a 90-minute Writing Workshop on Friday, October, 2nd 2020 aimed at supporting HDR students and ECRs with their publications.  This workshop is designed to assist with improving the writing skills required for both thesis writing and publication.  We will share best practices around academic writing, editing, revising and resubmitting journal articles as well as finding the most suitable journal in the field of sociology of education.  It is expected the a...
Thanks to all those members who took the time to complete the Mapping Research Opportunities in the Field of Education in Australia Survey. The Survey is now closed and the AARE Working party are in the process of analysing the data. The results of this work will be reported at the AARE Conference in Brisbane in December, 2019.
Contributing to the AARE blog, EduResearch Matters, will give you the opportunity to promote your research,  write opinion pieces or respond to government initiatives and reports. AARE will promote your blog through AARE’s lively social media presence in FaceBook and Twitter. AARE’s EduResearch Matters editor, Maralyn Parker, is a highly experienced journalist who can help you with the writing and editing of your article. The video provides additional information.
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Teacher performance-linked pay, teacher performance generally and student achievement – these are three issues that are never far from the headlines. But are the debates founded on sound evidence or merely the thought bubbles of politicians and populist commentators? Link to the video
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AARE congratulates the Media Centre for Education Research Australia (MCERA) on being named a South Australian finalist in the Social Change Maker Category of the 2019 Telstra Business Awards. For more information please contact MCERA
AARE are proud to have been represented by Emma Rowe, Laura Perry, Sue Winton, Bob Lingard and Glenn Savage at BERA on Wednesday at Manchester University, UK. The symposium entitled "A policy assemblage of school funding typologies, trajectories and tensions was well attended and the rigorous papers encouraged debate and discussion. Thanks to these strong researchers for representing AARE so well.

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