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Centre for Education Statistics and Evaluation
What works best:
Evidence-based practices to help improve NSW student perfo...
CENTRE FOR EDUCATION STATISTICS AND EVALUATION WWW.CESE.NSW.GOV.AU
‘What works best’ identifies brings together seven them...
CENTRE FOR EDUCATION STATISTICS AND EVALUATION WWW.CESE.NSW.GOV.AU
1. High expectations
3
Higher student performance occur...
CENTRE FOR EDUCATION STATISTICS AND EVALUATION WWW.CESE.NSW.GOV.AU
2. Explicit teaching
4
Students achieve significantly h...
CENTRE FOR EDUCATION STATISTICS AND EVALUATION WWW.CESE.NSW.GOV.AU
3. Effective feedback
5
Feedback is among the most powe...
CENTRE FOR EDUCATION STATISTICS AND EVALUATION WWW.CESE.NSW.GOV.AU
4. Use of data to inform practice
6
… a professional de...
CENTRE FOR EDUCATION STATISTICS AND EVALUATION WWW.CESE.NSW.GOV.AU
5. Classroom management
7
Performance in mathematics is...
CENTRE FOR EDUCATION STATISTICS AND EVALUATION WWW.CESE.NSW.GOV.AU
6. Wellbeing
8
• Student engagement is an important out...
CENTRE FOR EDUCATION STATISTICS AND EVALUATION WWW.CESE.NSW.GOV.AU
7. Collaboration
9
Collaboration is key to sharing succ...
CENTRE FOR EDUCATION STATISTICS AND EVALUATION WWW.CESE.NSW.GOV.AU
CESE literature reviews distil the best available evide...
CENTRE FOR EDUCATION STATISTICS AND EVALUATION WWW.CESE.NSW.GOV.AU
Contact us:
http://www.cese.nsw.gov.au/
info@cese.nsw.g...
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What works best: Evidence-based practices to help improve NSW student performance

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‘What works best’ identifies brings together seven themes from the growing bank of evidence we have for what works to improve student educational outcomes

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What works best: Evidence-based practices to help improve NSW student performance

  1. 1. Centre for Education Statistics and Evaluation What works best: Evidence-based practices to help improve NSW student performance
  2. 2. CENTRE FOR EDUCATION STATISTICS AND EVALUATION WWW.CESE.NSW.GOV.AU ‘What works best’ identifies brings together seven themes from the growing bank of evidence we have for what works to improve student educational outcomes 1. High expectations 2. Explicit teaching 3. Effective feedback 4. Use of data to inform practice 5. Classroom management 6. Wellbeing 7. Collaboration 2
  3. 3. CENTRE FOR EDUCATION STATISTICS AND EVALUATION WWW.CESE.NSW.GOV.AU 1. High expectations 3 Higher student performance occurs where teachers set high expectations for the classroom, and students’ work
  4. 4. CENTRE FOR EDUCATION STATISTICS AND EVALUATION WWW.CESE.NSW.GOV.AU 2. Explicit teaching 4 Students achieve significantly higher scores when their teachers challenge them and are explicit about their expectations, and the criteria for success
  5. 5. CENTRE FOR EDUCATION STATISTICS AND EVALUATION WWW.CESE.NSW.GOV.AU 3. Effective feedback 5 Feedback is among the most powerful influences on achievement
  6. 6. CENTRE FOR EDUCATION STATISTICS AND EVALUATION WWW.CESE.NSW.GOV.AU 4. Use of data to inform practice 6 … a professional development program for teachers that focused on the interpretation and use of assessment information resulted in student achievement gains accelerating at twice the expected rate. “ X ”
  7. 7. CENTRE FOR EDUCATION STATISTICS AND EVALUATION WWW.CESE.NSW.GOV.AU 5. Classroom management 7 Performance in mathematics is higher where students report that their maths teachers are able to manage their classroom effectively
  8. 8. CENTRE FOR EDUCATION STATISTICS AND EVALUATION WWW.CESE.NSW.GOV.AU 6. Wellbeing 8 • Student engagement is an important outcome itself, but it is also directly related to academic performance. • We know that engagement levels are different across gender and SES.
  9. 9. CENTRE FOR EDUCATION STATISTICS AND EVALUATION WWW.CESE.NSW.GOV.AU 7. Collaboration 9 Collaboration is key to sharing successful and innovative practice across the profession. It should: • explicitly aim to improve student outcomes • take a whole-of-school focus • incorporate experts who challenge entrenched beliefs
  10. 10. CENTRE FOR EDUCATION STATISTICS AND EVALUATION WWW.CESE.NSW.GOV.AU CESE literature reviews distil the best available evidence on ‘what works’ in education 10
  11. 11. CENTRE FOR EDUCATION STATISTICS AND EVALUATION WWW.CESE.NSW.GOV.AU Contact us: http://www.cese.nsw.gov.au/ info@cese.nsw.gov.au @nswcese 11

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