Final Report: Stage 1 Ambassador School Research Centre (ASRC)

Kim Beswick, Amy MacDonald, Philip Roberts, Daniel W.J Anson, Klara Bartos, Megan Bedford, Matthew Brown, Keren David, Hannah Deehan, Tracy Durksen, Angela Fenton, Paul Grover, Richard Holden, Paige Lee, Tony Loughland, Kacey Martin, Liliana Mularcyzk, Deborah Pino Pasternak, Sarika Tyagi, Matthew WinsladeSijing (Fiona) Zhou

Research output: Book/ReportReportspeer-review

Abstract

This research identifies the specific practices and conditions that have contributed to the success of 10 Ambassador Schools. The research recognises that effective practices can be found across a range of New South Wales (NSW) government schools. It was framed by a review of the research literature on effective teaching and learning and leadership practices, mindful of the NSW department of Education's (NSW DoE) existing summary of effective practices, Work Works Best. This research sought to build upon what is already known about effective practices to uncover what is distinctive about the ways in which they were implemented in Ambassador Schools to enhance their effectiveness.
Original languageEnglish
Place of PublicationAustralia
PublisherUNSW
Number of pages139
Publication statusPublished - Apr 2023

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