TALIS 2013 Results: An International Perspective on Teaching and Learning,


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ISBN: 978-92-64-19626-1

Type of work: Report




"Teachers who report participation in professional development activities involving individual and collaborative research, observation visits to other schools or a network of teachers are more likely to report using teaching practices that involve small groups, projects requiring more than a week for students to complete and information and computer technology (ICT)." (p.150)

"Participation in a network of teachers appears to be mostly relevant for the frequent use of practices involving small group work and projects involving the use of ICT (significant relationships found in 12 and 11 countries, respectively). Fewer, but still between five and seven countries, showed significant relationships between participation in mentoring or peer observation and coaching and the reported frequent use of all three types of active practices." (p.158)