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Teaching in Focus

 

The Teaching in Focus briefs shed new light on issues surrounding the teaching and learning environment in schools and teachers’ working conditions. As well as touching on work from different projects on teachers and teaching in the OECD’s Directorate for Education and Skills, they present data from the Teaching and Learning International Survey (TALIS), which is the first and only international survey on the conditions of teaching and learning. TALIS fills important information gaps in the international comparisons of education systems. It offers an opportunity for teachers and school principals to give their input into education analysis and policy development in some key policy areas. Cross-country analysis from TALIS allows countries to identify other countries facing similar challenges and to learn from other policy approaches. These briefs will provide policy makers, school leaders and teachers alike with a unique perspective on the experiences of teachers in schools around the world.

 

 


Teaching in Focus Brief No. 24 - Changing interests and sustained knowledge in the TALIS 2018 framework (15 November 2018)

(coming soon in French)

  • TALIS 2018 is the third cycle of this international survey of teachers and school leaders.
  • The main data were collected in late 2017/early 2018, and initial results and data are expected to be published in June 2019.
  • The survey’s conceptual framework reflects major concepts from research literature, as well as policy interests, and was developed by researchers in consultation with international stakeholders and participating countries/economies.
  • The 2018 framework is organised under 11 themes that address both emerging issues in teaching and learning – including new themes of equity and diversity and innovation – and enduring issues from the two previous cycles in 2008 and 2013.
  • TALIS 2018 focuses on lower secondary education, but also provides information about primary and upper secondary education for those countries that choose either of the options that address these levels.

Blog - What do teachers tell us about their work and what matters to them?

by John Ainley, Australian Council for Institutional Research (ACER); Ralph Carstens, International Association for the Evaluation of Educational Achievement (IEA); Heather Price, Marian University

Related working paper - Teaching and Learning International Survey (TALIS) 2018 Conceptual Framework 


Teaching in Focus Brief No. 23 - Teaching students with special needs: Are teachers well-prepared(24 September 2018)

(available in French)


Teaching in Focus Brief No. 22 - Who wants to become a teacher and why? (19 June 2018)

(available in French)


Teaching in Focus Brief No. 21 - What does innovation in pedagogy look like(9 April 2018)

(available in French)


Teaching in Focus Brief No. 20 - What does teaching look like? A new video study (17 January 2018)

(available in French and Spanish)


Teaching in Focus Brief No. 19 - How do teachers become knowledgeable and confident in classroom management? Insights from a pilot study (9 November 2017)

(available in French and Spanish)


Teaching in Focus Brief No. 18 - How do teachers teach: insights from teachers and students (18 September 2017)

(available in French and Spanish)


Teaching in Focus Brief No. 17 - Do new teachers feel prepared for teaching(9 May 2017)

(available in French and Spanish)


Teaching in Focus Brief No. 16 - How can professional development enhance teachers’ classroom practices(10 April 2017)

(available in French and Spanish)


Teaching in Focus Brief No. 15 - School leadership for developing professional learning communities (20 September 2016)

(available in French and Spanish)

      • Blog - Leaders for learning by Montserrat Gomendio, Deputy Director, Directorate for Education and Skills

Teaching in Focus Brief No. 14 - Teacher professionalism (12 February 2016)

(available in French and Spanish)


Teaching in Focus Brief No. 13 - Teaching beliefs and practice (17 September 2015)
(available in French and Spanish)


Teaching in Focus Brief No. 12 - Teaching with technology (15 July 2015)
(available in French and Spanish)


Teaching in Focus Brief No. 11 - Supporting new teachers (19 May 2015)
(available in French and Spanish)


Teaching in Focus Brief No. 10 - Embedding professional development in schools for teacher success
(available in French and Spanish)


Teaching in Focus Brief No. 9 - Improving School Climate and Students' Opportunities to Learn
(available in French and Spanish)


Teaching in Focus Brief No. 8What TALIS reveals about teachers across education levels 
(available in French and Spanish)


Teaching in Focus Brief No. 7 - School improvement through strong leadership
(available in French and Spanish)


Teaching in Focus Brief No. 6 - Unlocking the potential of teacher feedback
(available in French and in Spanish)


Teaching in Focus Brief No. 5 - What helps teachers feel valued and satisfied with their jobs?
(available in French and in Spanish)


Teaching in Focus Brief No. 4 - Fostering learning communities among teachers 
(available in French and Spanish)


Teaching in Focus Brief No. 3 - How can teacher feedback be used to improve the classroom disciplinary climate? 
(available in French and Spanish)


Teaching in Focus Brief No. 2 - What can be done to support new teachers?
(available in French and Spanish)


Teaching in Focus Brief No. 1 - Are teachers getting the recognition they deserve? 
(available in French and in Spanish)

 

 

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