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.
Perceptions of Engineering among Senior Secondary and University Students
The aim of this research is to obtain an understanding of Australian senior secondary school students (Years 11 and 12) and University undergraduate engineering students in all year levels regarding their view of the engineering profession and how th..View
How do Schools Make Decisions About Supporting Students with Disability
This research project will be the first to examine the ways in which schools make decisions about the adjustments provided for students with disability. A better understanding of decision-making processes will lead to support for schools to make opti..View
The National SunSmart Schools Program: Impact on sun protection policies and practices in Australian primary schools
Abstract Issue addressed Overexposure to ultraviolet radiation during childhood is a significant determinant of lifetime skin cancer risk, but can be mitigated through primary schools' adoption of appropriate sun protection policies and practices. ..View
Getting Evidence Moving in Schools (GEMS)
Teaching is a dynamic profession and, as new evidence about teaching and learning emerges, new types of expertise are required by educators. Teachers must keep abreast of this evidence base and use it to continually refine their pedagogical skills. I..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
Australian Primary Students’ Implicit Theories of Intelligence, Academic Goal Orientation, and Academic Achievement: A Preliminary Study to Investigate the Impact of a Mindset Intervention.
The efficacy of academic mindset interventions has been demonstrated internationally and predominantly with secondary school students. Whether a mindset intervention can change the beliefs about intelligence held by Australian primary students remain..View