The following literacy and numeracy research projects were conducted by members of the Centre.
The In Teachers' Hands project investigated the link between children's growth in English literacy in the early years of schooling and their teachers' classroom teaching practices. The research utilised a value-adding methodology and teachers' classroom practice was captured using video. The project was led by Professor Bill Louden and was funded by the Australian Government through the Department of Education, Science and Training.
For more information please visit the In Teachers' Hands website.
Some of our final project reports have been successfully released as printed publications. See the table below for all our project report publications.
|Project Title||Report Publication|
|Principals as Literacy Leaders (PALL PLUS)||Research in Action: Leading Literacy Learning in Primary Schools|
|Principals as Literacy Leaders (PALL) in CEO Schools||Teaching Reading: A Shared Vision and a Shared Responsibility|
|Principals as Literacy Leaders in Independent Schools in Western Australia PALL AISWA||Building the Systematic Teaching of Reading across Independent Schools|
|Principals as Literacy Leaders in South Australian Department of Education and Child Development Schools (SA DECD)||Moving on: Principals as Literacy Leaders in South Australia|
|The Yorke and Mid-North Literacy Project||Responding to the Evidence: Synthetic Phonics in Action|
|The Yorke and Mid-North Roxby Downs Area School Literacy Project||Expanding the Vision: Synthetic Phonics in Action II|