The tutor learning initiative needs to be open to learning – but not just by students

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With the Victorian tutor learning initiative (TLI) extended through 2022, government and non-government schools can continue to engage teaching professionals to provide extra individual learning support to students whose learning may have suffered in 2020 and 2021. There’s $480 million being invested in the initiative to allow this program to run in schools during 2021 and 2022. More than 6400 teaching professionals tutored in 2021. Evidence will play a critical role in successfully implementing this initiative. Findings from the Monash Q Project suggest evidence use is important at four phases of an education initiative.

Period5 Nov 2021

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  • TitleThe tutor learning initiative needs to be open to learning – but not just by students
    Degree of recognitionNational
    Media name/outletMonash Lens
    Media typeWeb
    Country/TerritoryAustralia
    Date5/11/21
    DescriptionWith the Victorian tutor learning initiative (TLI) extended through 2022, government and non-government schools can continue to engage teaching professionals to provide extra individual learning support to students whose learning may have suffered in 2020 and 2021. There’s $480 million being invested in the initiative to allow this program to run in schools during 2021 and 2022. More than 6400 teaching professionals tutored in 2021. Evidence will play a critical role in successfully implementing this initiative. Findings from the Monash Q Project suggest evidence use is important at four phases of an education initiative.
    Producer/AuthorLucas Walsh and Simon Kent
    URLhttps://lens.monash.edu/@education/2021/11/05/1384024/the-tutor-learning-initiative-needs-be-open-to-learning-but-not-just-by-students
    PersonsLucas Walsh, Simon Kent

Keywords

  • Tutor Learning Initiative
  • Education policy
  • Covid-19
  • pandemic
  • teacher education
  • student learning