How do teacher attitudes in England compare with those in other education systems?
On Wednesday 25 June, the OECD will publish its findings from the Teaching and Learning International Survey (TALIS), the largest international survey of teachers attitudes and experiences.
To find out how England compares to other education systems join Education Fast Forward, in partnership with OECD, for a global live debate:
‘Better teaching for better Learning’ with Andreas Schleicher and Professor Michael Fullen to debate and digest the findings of the OECD Teaching and learning Internal Survey (TALIS).
Wednesday 25 June, 1-3pm BST, Streamed live at www.PrometheanPlanet.com/EFF
(it’s free, no need to register, just click to join)
Send your questions and comments to Andreas Schleicher and Michael Fullen via twitter @effdebate #EFF10
What is TALIS?
The OECD Teaching and Learning International Survey (TALIS) ask teachers and school leaders about the conditions that contribute to the learning environments in their schools. This includes teacher training and professional development, teachers’ appraisal and feedback, school climate, school leadership, teachers instructional beliefs and teachers pedagogical practices.
Each country will produce its own National report and the combined responses will contribute to a range of international reports. www.oecd.org/TALIS