Consequences of the coronavirus (COVID-19) crisis will hit those worst off hardest. Education is no exception. How prepared are our teachers and schools?
What factors impact teachers’ well-being and how can we develop better policies to support teachers’ in their work?
What are the best ways to support novice teachers? Data from the 2018 Teaching and Learning International Survey (TALIS) show that, as a group, novice teachers – those with five years of experience or less – tend to have a strong sense of social commitment and openness to innovation.
Effective teacher training can help tap teachers’ hidden potential, delivering benefits to both teachers and students alike.
The vast majority of teachers say they joined the profession to contribute to society and influence children’s development. It seems many school systems can do more to support them in achieving that.
Most people probably have a good idea of makes a “good” teacher or principal. But being a professional encompasses much more than being “good” at work.