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Matthews, Darren; Radloff, Ali; Doyle, Jo; Clarke, Leyna – Australian Council for Educational Research, 2019
The 2018 International Graduates Outcomes Survey (IGOS) provides an insight into international graduates from Australian universities post-study employment, work readiness, and reflections on course experiences, study motivation and overall satisfaction. Over 10,000 international students who graduated from an Australian university in the last…
Descriptors: College Graduates, Foreign Students, Foreign Countries, Education Work Relationship
Bahr, Nan; Mellor, Suzanne – Australian Council for Educational Research, 2016
Australian Education Review (AER) 61 discusses the contemporary influences on initial teacher education, with particular attention to the notion of quality teaching, and the role of teacher education and teacher educators in the development of quality teachers. Section 1 introduces the key concept of 'quality' and explores the notion of quality in…
Descriptors: Foreign Countries, Educational Quality, Preservice Teacher Education, Teacher Effectiveness
Australian Council for Educational Research, 2015
The Australian Council for Educational Research (ACER) is one of the world's leading educational research centres. ACER's mission is to create and promote research-based knowledge, products and services that can be used to improve learning across the life span. This annual report describes ACER's milestones and accomplishments for the 2013-2014…
Descriptors: Foreign Countries, Educational Research, Annual Reports, Research Projects
Moyle, Kathryn – Australian Council for Educational Research, 2010
Australian Education Review (AER) 56 explores national and international policy priorities for building students' innovation capabilities through information and communication technologies (ICT) in Australian schools. Section 1 sets out the Australian policy context for digital education and highlights some of the emerging challenges. It provides…
Descriptors: Innovation, Foreign Countries, Educational Policy, Information Technology
Hillman, Kylie – Australian Council for Educational Research, 2010
A number of research studies have linked poor school performance to declining motivation to learn, disengagement from school and early leaving (Astone & McLanahan, 1991; Kaplan et al, 1997). Research into student engagement distinguishes between behavioural engagement (participation in school-related and extracurricular activities), emotional…
Descriptors: Extracurricular Activities, Intervention, Academic Achievement, Motivation
Wyn, Johanna – Australian Council for Educational Research, 2009
Australian Education Review (AER) 55 explores the goals of Australian education and of how schools should prepare young people for work and life. Section 1 provides an overview, discussing the nature of broad social and economic changes over the last 20 years, and their implications for the goals of Australian education systems today and for the…
Descriptors: Governance, Young Adults, Education Work Relationship, Foreign Countries
Marks, Gary N. – Australian Council for Educational Research, 2008
This report investigates the effect of post-secondary education and training on the occupation and earnings of young people. The majority of young Australians undertake further education and training after leaving school; understanding the pathways that they follow, and the impact of different types of experience on the early career can help young…
Descriptors: Foreign Countries, Education Work Relationship, Postsecondary Education, Role of Education
McMillan, Julie – Australian Council for Educational Research, 2008
This Briefing charts the progress of young people through university: (1) What difficulties do they encounter in the transition from school to university study?; (2) How many persist in their studies and graduate?; and (3) What are the benefits of university study? It also examines the issue of demand for university places: How many young people…
Descriptors: Educational Research, Foreign Countries, Socioeconomic Background, Graduation Rate
Hillman, Kylie – Australian Council for Educational Research, 2008
This "Briefing" presents information about the initial tertiary education experiences, such as satisfaction with aspects of student life and changes to initial enrolments, of two groups of young people, based on two recent Longitudinal Surveys of Australian Youth (LSAY) research reports. One study focused on the first year experiences of…
Descriptors: Postsecondary Education, Student Attitudes, Educational Research, Adult Education
Marks, Gary N. – Australian Council for Educational Research, 2007
This report examines the factors that influence course completion by young Australians who commence university. It also documents the labor market outcomes of those who enroll at a university but who leave before obtaining a qualification. It analyzes data from the Longitudinal Surveys of Australian Youth (LSAY) program to address these…
Descriptors: Young Adults, Labor, Labor Market, Education Work Relationship
McMillan, Julie – Australian Council for Educational Research, 2005
This report examines the pathways of recent school leavers who enter the higher education sector in Australia. The focus is on the first three years after completing senior secondary school. The report has four broad aims: (1) to provide estimates of the proportions of entrants who change courses or leave the higher education sector before…
Descriptors: Foreign Countries, College Students, Labor Market, Higher Education
Marks, Gary N. – Australian Council for Educational Research, 2005
This report focuses on Year 12 students who apply to go to university but are not offered a place. This group is commonly referred to as indicating a level of unmet demand for university. The size and nature of the group are potentially important considerations in planning higher education. The report compares the Applied, no offer group with…
Descriptors: College Applicants, Young Adults, Socioeconomic Background, Educational Background