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OECD work on education and skills provides policymakers with the information they need to improve the quality of education worldwide.
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OECD 24h
economy resilient; challenges incl. trade, jobs for youth, integration of immigrants
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OECD Education 27m
Hi - This report, Chapter 6, may help: Let us know if you need more.
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Thank you to all the followers and RTs on
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The new round of 2018 provides a great opportunity to go deeper in exploring the issues, sign up
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OECD Education 12h
DSG Kapferer closing remarks stresses need to deepen our evidence base on enablers needed for deeper forms of collaboration
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OECD Education 12h
The will publish the 2015 summit report. Read previous summit reports
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CMEC 14h
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CMEC 13h
quotables: Hekai Parata, New Zealand
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Karine Tremblay 17h
Yesterday's discussions: TALIS = eye opener. Today's debates provide lots of ideas on what to ask teachers in the next TALIS
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OECD Education 17h
If designing schools today, would you come up with the existing model? Take a step back & examine 21st C Learning environments
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CMEC 17h
quotables: Rian McLaughlin, Ontario
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Femke Cools 17h
We innovate, we may fail. We experiment, we may fail. But we LEARN. And that is what education is about
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CMEC 18h
On to session 3 at : Innovation strategies
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CMEC 19h
quotables: Arne Duncan, United States
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Teachers' perceptions of the value of teaching
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OECD Education 19h
PISA in Development and in the developing world. New on educationtoday
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Femke Cools 19h
So let teachers teach teachers! Leads to greater self-efficacy. And the teaching teacher learns too from the teachers taught.
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James Ryan 20h
TALIS 2013 Report: Teachers should be involved in decision making.
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OECD Education 20h
shows highest performing education systems tend to be those that prioritise the quality of teachers over class size
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Natalie McCutchen 20h
If tchrs are to be seen as professionals, provide adequate training, compensation & treat them as professionals w/ ample work time
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