RATE Evaluation Framework: RATE Pilot Program 2021

  • Woodroffe, Tracy (Co Investigator/Chief Investigator B)
  • John, Guenther (Principal Investigator/Chief Investigator A)

    Project: Research

    Project Details


    The need for an evaluation are based on the importance of learning from the RATE pilot program early on, so that those students who are enrolled can make the most of their learning, so that BIITE and CDU can adapt their delivery for the same reason, and so that the Department of Education can plan for the ongoing sustainability of the program.


    The purpose of undertaking this process evaluation is to contribute to an improvement of processes and implementation.

    · Provide feedback on how the design and the implementation of the program meets the needs of remote aspiring teachers, and therefore what needs to change if those needs are not being met;

    · Assess the design and implementation of the programs and improve upon its effectiveness, appropriateness and fit for schools, communities and providers.

    · Provide information to help make program decisions around sustainability and effectiveness.

    The rationale and aims envisages a range of stakeholders: The NT Department of Education, aspiring teachers from remote communities, course providers, remote schools—particularly leaders, community leaders and elders. More broadly there would be interest from other potential stakeholders wanting to support pathways for Aboriginal people wanting to gain teaching qualifications. This could extend beyond government schools or NT schools.
    Effective start/end date1/08/2128/02/22


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