03 July 2018, 6:00pm–7:15pm
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In this ongoing panel discussion series presented by the State Library and the Grattan Institute, experts and thinkers tackle some of the most important problems facing Australia, from cultural hot-button topics to pressing social concerns.
Post-Gonski 2.0: Supporting evidence-based teaching practice in the classroom
Tuesday 3 July
Now is the time for public discussion about how government policies can better support schools and teachers in the classroom. David Gonski has handed down his new report (‘Gonski 2.0’) outlining a broad vision for schooling in Australia. It’s a high-level national statement, and arguably state governments have tried to achieve much of it for some time. So why is evidence-based teaching so hard to achieve at scale?
At this Policy Pitch event, join School Education Fellow, Julie Sonnemann and a panel of experts to discuss the difficulties of achieving evidence-based teaching at scale and how to implement critical reforms, such as tailored teaching and new specialist teacher career pathways.
Katherine Henderson is the Director of the University of Melbourne Network of Schools (UMNOS)
Michaela Epstein is the President of the Mathematical Association of Victorias.
Julie Sonnemann is the School Education Fellow at Grattan Institute.
Megan French is the Marketing Manager for Grattan and the producer and host of the Grattan Institute podcast. .
About the Policy Pitch
In this engaging seminar series a panel of experts and thinkers tackle some of the most important problems facing Australia, from cultural hot-button topics to pressing social concerns. Join us each month for lively, intelligent and thoughtful debate on subjects that impact us all.
The Policy Pitch is a joint initiative of State Library Victoria and Grattan Institute, an independent think tank dedicated to developing high-quality public policy for Australia’s future.