Associate Professor Kitty te Riele (2014)
This Report ‘Putting the Jigsaw Together’ focused on the provision of education for disadvantaged young people through flexible learning programs in Australia.
The overall goal of the project was to both assess and enhance the potential of flexible learning programs to contribute to marginalised young people’s learning and wellbeing, as well as to national educational attainment and social inclusion goals.
A website based on a project by QUT researcher Kathy Mills, offering online information and teacher resources about multimodal literacy learning that draws on both Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander and Western ways of knowing, being and doing.
The institute was established by Berry Street (a Victorian social service charity) to respond on a national scale to the complex social issues that impact on children’s experience of childhood in Australia through collaboratively building and sharing knowledge, encouraging public dialogue and mobilising leadership. It offers a “Knowledge Hub” tab with online resources and a “Training and Events” tab for workshops and seminars.