NT Education Engagement Strategy 2021-2032

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The NT Education Engagement Strategy, released by the Northern Territory Government, is setting a new course for student engagement and improved educational outcomes so that every child can engage in learning.

The Discussion Paper, outlines the focus questions that were posed during the consultation and the rationale behind them. The paper framed the conversations that were had with children, young people, their families, communities, educators and non-government organisations.

The Reflections Paper, was shaped by the questions posed in the 2021 Education Engagement Strategy Discussion Paper and the beliefs and assumptions that underpin those questions.

It includes an analysis of what was heard during the consultation and encapsulates what children, young people, their families, communities, educators and non-government organisations believe that early childhood education and care services, schools and the education system can do more of to engage all children and young people in learning. The Department of Education worked with Charles Darwin University to collate, analyse and prepare the Reflections paper.

For more information on the NT Education Engagement Strategy, please visit https://education.nt.gov.au/education-engagement-strategy

SUBMISSIONS

Consultation was held between May and August 2021, with 72 consultation sessions occurring in 21 location across the NT, including remote communities. Additionally, 51 online submissions were received.

The views and ideas that have been shared as part of these consultations has helped shape the NT Education Engagement Strategy.

The consultations took many forms so that as many voices as possible could be captured. This included through community visits, school visits, roundtable discussions, online forums, larger public community forums, workshops and online submissions.

MORE INFORMATION

For more information contact: engagementstrat.doe@education.nt.gov.au

The NT Education Engagement Strategy, released by the Northern Territory Government, is setting a new course for student engagement and improved educational outcomes so that every child can engage in learning.

The Discussion Paper, outlines the focus questions that were posed during the consultation and the rationale behind them. The paper framed the conversations that were had with children, young people, their families, communities, educators and non-government organisations.

The Reflections Paper, was shaped by the questions posed in the 2021 Education Engagement Strategy Discussion Paper and the beliefs and assumptions that underpin those questions.

It includes an analysis of what was heard during the consultation and encapsulates what children, young people, their families, communities, educators and non-government organisations believe that early childhood education and care services, schools and the education system can do more of to engage all children and young people in learning. The Department of Education worked with Charles Darwin University to collate, analyse and prepare the Reflections paper.

For more information on the NT Education Engagement Strategy, please visit https://education.nt.gov.au/education-engagement-strategy

SUBMISSIONS

Consultation was held between May and August 2021, with 72 consultation sessions occurring in 21 location across the NT, including remote communities. Additionally, 51 online submissions were received.

The views and ideas that have been shared as part of these consultations has helped shape the NT Education Engagement Strategy.

The consultations took many forms so that as many voices as possible could be captured. This included through community visits, school visits, roundtable discussions, online forums, larger public community forums, workshops and online submissions.

MORE INFORMATION

For more information contact: engagementstrat.doe@education.nt.gov.au

  • CLOSED: This survey has concluded.

    If you would like to provide responses to the questions included in the discussion paper you can complete an online submission form

    By completing the form, you are consenting to the information you provide being shared with the Education Engagement Strategy team. Your submission will be used to inform the reflections paper, Education Engagement Strategy and associated collateral. Any information that informs public documentation will be de-identified.

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  • CLOSED: This survey has concluded.

    If you would like to upload a submission in response to the discussion paper this can be uploaded online.

    Alternatively you can send your submission to the Education Engagement Strategy team:

    By completing a submission, you are consenting to the information you provide being shared with the Education Engagement Strategy team. Your submission will be used to inform the reflections paper, Education Engagement Strategy and associated collateral. Any information that informs public documentation will be de-identified.

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  • CLOSED: This survey has concluded.

    If you have a recent story about school that you want to share, we want to hear it.

    Stories can be written, or told through a narrative, powerpoint slides, scanned pictures or short videos.

    Alternatively you can send your story to the Education Engagement Strategy team:

    By sharing your story as a submission, you are consenting to the information you provide being shared with the Education Engagement Strategy team. Your submission will be used to inform the reflections paper, Education Engagement Strategy and associated collateral. Any information that informs public documentation will be de-identified.

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  • CLOSED: This survey has concluded.

    This survey is designed for all school staff only. The aim of the survey is to gain an understanding of how you view engagement and how the system can better support schools to engage students.

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  • CLOSED: This survey has concluded.

    The below survey is designed to target people who home-school children and students. The aim of the survey is to gain an understanding of how home schooling families view education engagement, specifically, how home school families can be better supported to engage students in learning.

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Page last updated: 18 October 2021, 10:06