This week Curriculum Leadership
publishes edited extracts from the report Personalising Education: from research to policy and practice
, produced by the Department of Education and Early Childhood Development, Victoria. Personalisation in education has been discussed in research and policy papers for about ten years, as part of a broader movement to make public services more responsive to diverse individual needs. There is substantial evidence that many of the components of personalised learning approaches have been successful in a variety of contexts in Australia and around the world.
The author reviews articles on educational leadership appearing in four Australian education journals – ACEL Monograph Series
John Rosenberg, Michael Kolling, Bruce Quig
Computer games and microworld simulations can be used to teach introductory programming in secondary schools – Professional Educator