Case studies of Australia teachers/schools that have been successful in teaching mathematics in remote Indigenous communities.
An Australian study into the physical, emotional, social and intellectual benefits of swimming for under-5s.
A study into sustainable ways in which reforms in mathematics can be implemented in remote indigenous community schools in the Kimberley region.
Identifying the critical factors that contribute to the performance (low and high) of students from diverse social backgrounds, urban and rural.
Revisioning mathematics curriculum for our most disadvantaged students, as they come to terms with learning in a digital age.
Developing numeracy interventions that embody post-industrial times and evaluate their impact on numeracy learning for young Australians.
Identifying strategies that teachers can use to overcome the obvious disadvantage some school students experience in learning mathematics.
A study into numeracy as a social practice at both theoretical and practical levels in order to support numeracy outcomes for indigenous, remote and economically-disadvantaged students.
A study of key industry and school partnerships in terms of cognitive, social and economic benefits for the long-term sustainability of youth and employment.