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ASSESSING SCHOOL CAPACITY FOR PERSONALISING LEARNING

Professor Emeritus Brian Caldwell developed an instrument for assessing progress in personalising learning on the basis of national and international research and literature on the topic. It may be used by schools for planning, seminars and workshops, providing source is acknowledged. Assessing school capacity for personalising learning

Brian Caldwell, Fiona Longmuir and Tanya Vaughan to write 40 articles for ACEL in 2019

Educational Transformations has been commissioned by the Australian Council for Educational Leaders (ACEL) to write 40 articles for ACEL’s Resources in Action series in 2019 — 20 on Leadership and 20 on Management. Our writing team consists of Brian Caldwell, Fiona Longmuir and Tanya Vaughan. Brian is our Principal Consultant and Professor Emeritus, University of […]

Caldwell presentation at 2017 ACER Research Conference

Leadership that transforms schools and school systems Professor Emeritus Brian J. Caldwell was invited to present on the topic ‘Leadership that transforms schools and school systems’ on August 29, 2017. The presentation is based on international comparative research in 13 countries including the world’s top-performing school systems. Caldwell ACER Conference Paper August 29

School Improvement: Professional Autonomy with Brian Caldwell

Jo Earp from Teacher Magazine interviews Professor Brian Caldwell on the topic of Professional Autonomy My guest for this episode is Professor Brian Caldwell, Professor Emeritus at the University of Melbourne and Deputy Chair of ACARA (the Australian Curriculum, Assessment and Reporting Authority). His new book The Autonomy Premium, published by ACER Press, explores the link […]

Wellbeing in Schools Australia (WISA) Introductory Address

Brian Caldwell’s short introductory address at the Wellbeing in Schools Australia (WISA) conference in Melbourne on 14 October 2016.  The title is ‘School wellbeing and why it is fundamental to quality schooling’.  Brian is Patron of WISA. At first sight, student wellbeing is a well-researched field. It seems that every state and territory has done […]