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The experience of new teachers : results from TALIS 2008 / Ben Jensen ... [et al.].


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Publication date:
Paris : OECD, c2012.
  • Book
  • 112 p. : ill ; 23 cm.
Includes bibliographical references.
  • Foreword
  • Table of Contents
  • Executive Summary
  • Chp. 1: Why are New Teachers Important?
  • The TALIS programme
  • Who are new teachers?
  • The importance of new teachers
  • References
  • Annex 1.A. Key Tables on Teacher Characteristics
  • Chp. 2: The Schools where New Teachers Work
  • Highlights
  • School resources and the socio-economic background of students
  • Classroom climate
  • References
  • Annex 2.A. Key Tables on School Environments
  • Chp. 3: Support and Development Initiatives for New Teachers
  • Highlights
  • Appraisal and feedback
  • Perceptions of appraisal and feedback throughout schools
  • Induction and mentoring programmes
  • Professional development
  • References
  • Annex 3.A. Key Tables on Teacher Support and Development
  • Chp. 4: The Work of New Teachers
  • Highlights
  • Teaching practices
  • Professional co-operation
  • Teaching beliefs
  • Workload and teaching load
  • New teachers' contractual status and job satisfaction
  • References
  • Annex 4.A. Key Tables on Teachers' Work
  • Chp. 5: How Effective are New Teachers?
  • Highlights
  • Self-efficacy
  • Time-on-task and teaching time
  • References
  • Annex 5.A. Key Tables on Teacher Self-Efficacy
  • Chp. 6: Policy Implications
  • References.
"This publication provides a comprehensive analysis of the most important issues facing teachers during the early stages of their careers. The effectiveness of teachers fresh to the profession is an important policy issue, especially knowing the impact that teachers have on student learning. The OECD's Teaching and Learning International Survey (TALIS) is the first and only international survey on the conditions of teaching and learning. This report uses the TALIS 2008 dataset to analyse key aspects of new teachers' work and highlight policy implications" --back cover.
Jensen, Ben.
Teaching and Learning International Survey.
Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development.

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