NSW State Education Research Applications Process (SERAP) and research repository
Welcome to SERAP online, the portal for research in NSW government schools. SERAP online supports researchers wishing to apply to conduct research in NSW government schools through an online submission portal, and a repository for research literature relating to school education. Information about what to include in your application can be found in the SERAP Guidelines Refer to the User Guide for assistance using the online system. Additional information to guide your application can be found on our Resources page.
Setting EAL/D students up for success at school: A diamond view
Schools play a pivotal role in ensuring a successful future for students who are learning English as an additional language or dialect (EAL/D).EAL/D students are a diverse group who enrich the classroom in multiple ways through their linguistic and c..View
MORE THAN COAL:Engaging students with their environment through art, using Natural History Illustration techniques to foster Endemophilia.
A report on two case studies (part of a wider PhD) showing how painting a mural using Natural History Illustration techniques can: engage students with their local environment, meet some Australian Curriculum objectives and NSW syllabus outcomes;..View
The Fair Go Project
The Fair Go research program at Western Sydney University. reaches its 21st birthday in 2021 and this Special Edition is helping to mark that milestone with a collection of articles from some of the teachers and academics involved. The articles have..View
STEM Teacher Enrichment Academy
Established in 2014, the STEM Teacher Enrichment Academy offers knowledge, skills, resources, and support to enable teachers to make real change in their classroom teaching of science, technology, engineering, and mathematics (STEM) subjects. The pro..View
Schema abstraction with productive failure and analogical comparison: Learning designs for far across domain transfer
Although there has been considerable research into knowledge transfer for over a century, there remains a need for specific, validated techniques for teaching for transfer. This article reports on classroom-based research in which students learned a..View
Monash Q Project
The Q Project, launched at Monash University on Monday 26 November 2018, is set to benefit 80,000 Australian students and 200 schools across New South Wales, Queensland, South Australia and Victoria. The five-year study of research use in primary ..View