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1 Creating Effective Teaching and Learning Environments 1 st results from TALIS Creating Effective Teaching and Learning Environments - First Results from TALIS OECD Teaching and Learning International Survey (TALIS) Michael Davidson Senior Analyst Indicators and Analysis Division OECD Directorate for Education

2 Creating Effective Teaching and Learning Environments 1 st results from TALIS Policies to support effective teaching and learning r Effective teaching through appraisal and feedback r Preparing and supporting a high quality teaching force r Effective school leadership

3 Creating Effective Teaching and Learning Environments 1 st results from TALIS What is TALIS? r Teachers of lower secondary education and the principals of their schools r Representative samples r Data collected through questionnaires r 24 participating countries r School year: Australia Austria Belgium (Fl) Brazil Bulgaria Denmark Estonia Hungary Iceland Ireland Italy Korea Lithuania Malta Malaysia Mexico Netherlands Norway Poland Portugal Spain Slovak Republic Slovenia Turkey

4 1 st results from TALIS Creating Effective Teaching and Learning Environments Effective teaching through appraisal and feedback Teachers who receive recognition for good performance from the principal or colleagues feel more effective

5 Creating Effective Teaching and Learning Environments 1 st results from TALIS Does appraisal and feedback make a difference for teaching? Figure 5.6

6 Creating Effective Teaching and Learning Environments 1 st results from TALIS Figure 3.6 Criteria in teacher appraisal and feedback International average of percentage of teachers reporting a high or moderate importance for these criteria

7 Creating Effective Teaching and Learning Environments 1 st results from TALIS Some teachers are left alone Teachers who received no appraisal or feedback and teachers in schools that had no school evaluation in the previous five years Figure 5.3

8 Creating Effective Teaching and Learning Environments 1 st results from TALIS Perception of teachers of the appraisal and feedback and its impact in their school ( ) Figure 5.7

9 Creating Effective Teaching and Learning Environments 1 st results from TALIS Perception of teachers of the appraisal and feedback and its impact in their school ( ) Figure 5.7

10 1 st results from TALIS Creating Effective Teaching and Learning Environments Preparing and supporting a high- quality teaching force Teachers who receive more professional development feel more effective

11 Creating Effective Teaching and Learning Environments 1 st results from TALIS How well prepared are teachers? Percentage of teachers whose school principal reported that teachers lack of pedagogical training hinders instruction in their school a lot or to some extent Figure 2.5

12 Creating Effective Teaching and Learning Environments 1 st results from TALIS Participation is generally high r On average 89% of teachers participated in development in the previous 18 months. r But…in Denmark, Slovak Republic and Turkey around 1 in 4 did not. r On average teachers participated in about 1 day per month but there is huge variation

13 Creating Effective Teaching and Learning Environments 1 st results from TALIS And school systems support the professional development of their teachers Figure 3.9

14 Creating Effective Teaching and Learning Environments 1 st results from TALIS The teachers who paid most also did most professional training

15 Creating Effective Teaching and Learning Environments 1 st results from TALIS Figure 3.6 Areas of greatest development need ( ) International average of percentage of teachers reporting a high level of need

16 Creating Effective Teaching and Learning Environments 1 st results from TALIS Comparison of teachers participating in professional development activities and teachers reporting moderate or high level impact by types of activity ( ) Figure 3.15

17 INES Working Party Third session, 4-6 May 2009 Creating Effective Teaching and Learning Environments 1 st results from TALIS Professional development r Countries are investing significantly in teachers professional development but there appear to be real issues about matching demand and supply, cost and benefit. r There is a lack of suitable development activities on offer to satisfy teachers demand it is notable that those teachers who take part in more days of development are more likely to have to contribute towards the cost themselves

18 1 st results from TALIS Creating Effective Teaching and Learning Environments Shaping the development of teachers through effective school leadership The impact of student leadership on learning is in-direct and mitigated through the actions of teachers

19 Creating Effective Teaching and Learning Environments 1 st results from TALIS School principals according to their level of management styles by country ( ) Figure 6.2 Score on pedagogical leadership scale Score on administrative leadership scale

20 INES Working Party Third session, 4-6 May 2009 Creating Effective Teaching and Learning Environments 1 st results from TALIS School leadership r Instructional leadership evident in all countries but to varying degrees r In a number of countries, where school leaders adopt a stronger instructional leadership role: there is more collaboration between teachers better student-teacher relations greater recognition given to teachers for innovative teaching practices more emphasis on developmental outcomes of teacher appraisals.

21 1 st results from TALIS Creating Effective Teaching and Learning Environments SUMMARY Teachers perceptions of their own effectiveness- what makes a difference ?

22 Creating Effective Teaching and Learning Environments 1 st results from TALIS Factors associated with teachers perceptions of their own effectiveness r More professional development r Better teacher-student relations r Stronger beliefs about teaching methods r More professional collaboration in school r Appraisal of teachers- recognition of good performance from principal or colleagues

23 INES Working Party Third session, 4-6 May 2009 Creating Effective Teaching and Learning Environments 1 st results from TALIS


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