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NEW METRICS FOR SUCCESS:

TRANSFORMING WHAT WE VALUE IN SCHOOLS 

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New Metrics  is a research-practice partnership between The University of Melbourne and selected Australian schools. 
 

Learning ambitions for students are changing to encompass the broader and deeper learning now required for young people to thrive, at school and beyond. These ambitions reflect the social, economic, environmental and technological circumstances of the day. In response, ‘first mover’ schools, with the academic input, support and convening power of The University of Melbourne, are substantially reforming the design and organisation of learning.  

 

Leaders in the New Metrics partnership also have in mind that reform of this kind requires commonly agreed metrics for learner success used by the community to judge success and provide a better basis for assessing, recognising and improving learning. Appropriate metrics for learner success can then be used to derive more appropriate metrics for school success, and thus for jurisdictional, and National success as well. 

 

2022 CALENDAR OF EVENTS

TERMS 1 & 2 OVERVIEW

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CORE EVENTS

Core events can be found on the left side of the Event Lobby.

Partnership Seminars
 

Essential events for all partners will: frame the potential breadth and focus of the work using a common framework; establish directions; determine next steps for individual schools and the partnership, and; present the 'must knows' (research, academic input, industry input, program and administration information, networking opportunities) for the benefit of all involved. 

Seminars and workshops will be recorded, so schools can check back to previous event dates for the recording and watch again in their own time. 

2022 Dates

Wednesday 16  & Thursday 17 February 2022

12:00am - 3:00pm AEDT

Thursday 26 & Friday 27 May 2022

11:00am - 5:00pm,  9:00am - 3:00pm AEDT

Monday 15 & Tuesday 16 August 2022

12:00am - 3:00pm AEST

Thursday 17 & Friday 18 November 2022

11:00am - 5:00pm, 9:00am - 3:00pm AEST

 

OPTIONAL EVENTS

Optional events can be found on the right side of the Event Lobby.

Workshops

These sessions will be planned in response to schools' needs and the direction of the work. Schools select if the focus of a session will support their context and ambitions. 

These sessions will: further broaden understanding of the work; draw on the experience of others; be a space for partners to unpack specific focus points together and share their work (both successes and challenges), and; be related to a specific element of the New Metrics vision.

Partners are welcome to contact the New Metrics team anytime to offer requests for speakers or to suggest a specific focus for a workshop or seminar.

Upcoming Additional Dates

Monday 28 February & Tuesday 1 March, 12:00 - 1:00pm AEST

Validation Trial set-up

Monday 14 March - Friday 8 April

Validation Trial

Monday 14 March - Friday 1 April

One-on-ones

These sessions are an opportunity for partners to connect online with Academic Mentors and Partnership Leads, as well as other partner schools.

 

PARTNERSHIP COMMUNITY

New Metrics is a research-practice partnership; a collaboration that convenes thought leadership and experience from practicing school leaders, academic and industry. The University of Melbourne team is here to support and contribute to the research and work done by partner schools, providing expertise in assessment, credentialing and metrics, and connecting partner schools to national and international external expertise.

THE UNIVERSITY OF MELBOURNE NEW METRICS TEAM

New Metrics Management

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Enterprise Professor Sandra Milligan

Director, Assessment Research Centre

Angela Pollock

Director, New Metrics

Marina Kociski

Project Manager, New Metrics

Partnership Leads

Partnership Leads manage the relationship between partner schools and the University and build strength and connections between schools, their needs and their ambitions for this work.

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Lynn Davie

Jayne Johnston

Academic Mentors

The University's Academic Mentors work directly with the Partnership Leads to support the research and work of each partner school. All schools are assigned a mentor from the University's Assessment Research Centre who will share expertise on assessment, recognition and credentialing.

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Dr Jason Pietzner

Megan Collins

Narelle English

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Ben Reeves

Dr Kate Lafferty

Dr Bruce Beswick

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PARTNER SCHOOLS