Creative Learning

In this lecture Julian Sefton-Green talks about competing definitions of what 'creative learning' might mean, how it has been recognised, evaluated and described.

Creative Learning2019-10-21T17:03:16+10:00

MoVE – International

A partnership project between WorldSkills Foundation and University of Tampere, University of Oxford and RMIT.

MoVE – International2019-11-25T21:53:03+10:00

Learning Choices: A Map for the Future (2012)

This report by Kitty te Riele analyses over 400 inclusive and flexible learning programs, with 33,000 young people enrolled in 1200 locations across Australia.

Learning Choices: A Map for the Future (2012)2019-10-21T17:02:32+10:00

How Young People Are Faring 2009

How Young People Are Faring is the pre-eminent national report on the learning and work situation of young Australians. This year’s report focuses on the global economic .

How Young People Are Faring 20092019-10-21T17:07:12+10:00

Local Matters, Locals Matter

This document summarises the learnings and underlying philosophy that informed a partnership project in the remote far north west of South Australia.

Local Matters, Locals Matter2019-10-21T17:03:05+10:00

Indigenous Reports

Keeping Up and How Young Indigenous People are Faring, two reports from DSF and Reconciliation Australia, draw attention to the facts and the people.

Indigenous Reports2019-11-25T22:00:57+10:00

Learning Choices National Scan

Dusseldorp Skills Forum carried out a national survey of alternative education programs in 2011. This report, by Roger Holdsworth from the Youth Research Centre.

Learning Choices National Scan2019-10-21T17:05:25+10:00

How Young People are Faring 2003

An update about the learning and work situation of young Australians including an analysis of how young Indigenous people are faring.

How Young People are Faring 20032019-10-21T17:21:04+10:00

How Young People are Faring 2002

A 2002 update on the learning and work situation of young Australians. This report discusses three main indicators.

How Young People are Faring 20022019-10-21T17:21:16+10:00

Dusseldorp Forum acknowledges the First Peoples of Australia and the Traditional Custodians of the Country on which we work and live.
We pay our respect to Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander cultures, and to Elders past, present and future.