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Scotdec Oct 26
Pupils in Scotland have higher than average awareness of global issues, according to an international survey ⭐️🌎
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Douha jemai Jan 4
How do teacher decide which skills are important and how they should be measured by PISA?
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Douha jemai Jan 4
Yes,Certainly PISA is Changing to Reflect 21st Century Workforce Needs and Skills...
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Cr. Dr David Zyngier Dec 9
Our minister for education can't do his sums! Fail. Brilliant analysis of Tehans "factoids" re
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European Council for Steiner Waldorf Education Dec 9
Dr. Arto Ahonen from Jyväskylä university pointed out that well-being of pupils is not automatically correlating with the performance in
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Anni Miettunen Dec 9
Important things to take care of: well-being, participation, motivation and good teachers. Those make basement to the continuous learning together with reading, maths and natural science. ,
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European Council for Steiner Waldorf Education Dec 9
Eckhard Klieme opens up in his contribution that gives us also a lot of information of teaching and quality of teaching.
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Stuart Kitto Dec 5
When it comes to our response to we have a very simple choice. Do we make excuses or do we make improvements?
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ms. ejb Dec 4
Take a look at these great results!! Canada and Ontario did a great job in ranking very high against approx. 90 international groups and FYI these results were taking in 2018 before Ford became premier 🤷‍♀️🤷‍♀️ so obvi we were all doing something right
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Education Nation. 🇪🇪Estonia Oct 23
🌎 : Young Estonians are citizens of the world ◻️ 76% of Estonian students consider themselves citizens of the world ◻️ 63% stated that they were interested in how people live in other countries Learn more 👇
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Kat Chzhen 🏳️‍🌈 19h
15yo boys from high SES families with a migration background are most likely to use for educational purposes. Data for 24 European countries from - ⁦⁩ seminar presentation by Prof Birgit Becker from Goethe University Frankfurt.
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Markku Jahnukainen Dec 9
Mikyako Ikeda: targeted interventions are needed to rise the low performing students' achievements
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Dr Carol Campbell Dec 7
Replying to @Sflecce @fordnation
. It’d be more appropriate for a Minister to congratulate students & thank educators & support staff for great results (released this week but still no public comment from you or about our excellent ed system).
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Dr Eemer Eivers Dec 6
An important article by on and China's (ahem) excellent performance. "The OECD risks undermining the credibility of PISA by not being open on its conduct of the assessment in China." An issue that really needs more attention.
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Jafar Khan Dec 11
The only thing left 😃 as Shoaib akthar said Penta parhy ga.. Faiz saab got finaly penta from lawyer's. Not funny but Pti must sit and deep think Are they going right direction alarming sign's
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Simon Johnson Dec 7
Interesting and measured post on which makes me feel better about the Scottish maths "result".
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dotlah! Dec 15
Results Are Out: Ranks 2nd Out Of 79 Countries
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Harry A. Patrinos Dec 23
First time participants such as & did relatively well
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Rebecca Lavinson Dec 16
What can the US learn from China from ? 1) send the best teachers to the most difficult classrooms, 2) spend resources effectively, and 3) have more time for teachers to dedicate to different activities
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Cr. Dr David Zyngier Aug 10
data suggests that socioeconomically disadvantaged students may have been particularly disadvantaged by the need for remote learning due to COVID-19 social distancing requirements.
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