Drew Miller

Drew Miller

Deputy Director of the Teachers and Teaching Research Centre at the University of Newcastle

Dr Drew Miller is the Deputy Director of the Teachers and Teaching Research Centre at the University of Newcastle.

Drew Miller

Drew Miller

Deputy Director of the Teachers and Teaching Research Centre at the University of Newcastle

Dr Drew Miller is a senior lecturer in health and physical education and Deputy Director of the Teachers and Teaching Research Centre at the University of Newcastle. Drew’s research focus is in the design, implementation and evaluation of teacher professional development interventions, with the aim of improving teaching quality and the development of student outcomes. Drew has extensive experience in running randomised controlled trials, leading the evaluation of interventions within public health, mental health, community sports and school settings.

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Effect sizes: Bigger is better, right?
Effect sizes: Bigger is better, right?

In education research, an ‘effect size’ has traditionally been used to sell the promise of improved outcomes, for both teachers and students, in the lucrative professional development market. However, critiquing the quality of research is more important than relying on a single measure, writes Dr Drew Miller.

Professional development that improves student outcomes
Professional development that improves student outcomes

Researchers from the University of Newcastle’s Teachers and Teaching Research Centre, Laureate Professor Jenny Gore, Associate Professor Jess Harris and Dr Drew Miller discuss their latest research that explores the impact of Quality Teaching Rounds on student outcomes.