Australian Early Development Census (AEDC): Understanding the AEDC 2024 Data Collection Process
Area of focus
3:45 pm - 4:30 pm Mon 4th Dec 2023
Who should attend
Principals, Prep Teachers & K-6 School Leaders.
Who is speaking
Tasmanian AEDC Coordinator, Jeannine Otto will provide important information to Principal's, Prep Teachers and K-6 Leaders regarding the 2024 AEDC Data Collection Process.
The success of the AEDC collection relies on School principals offering active support to their school community both before and during the census. Principals provide strategic guidance regarding the conduct of the AEDC in their school, nominating an ‘AEDC School Coordinator’, where possible, and ensuring that teachers have the necessary support and resources to complete the Early Development Instrument for each eligible child. They are also responsible for communicating important information to parents about the AEDC.
AEDC results are shared with eligible participating schools as AEDC School Profiles in November of the collection year. Community results are available as Community Profiles and data tables, as well as maps and graphs via the AEDC Data Explorer.
What you will learn
Focus Area 1.1: Physical, social and intellectual development and characteristics of students.
Focus Area 5.4: Interpret student data.
Focus Area 6.3: Engage with colleagues and improve practice.
Focus Area 7.1: Meet professional ethics and responsibilities.
Focus Area 7.4: Engage with professional teaching networks and broader communities.
National Quality Standard
Element 1.3.2: Critical reflection.
Terms and Conditions:
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