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Creating a Culture of High Expectations and Improvement for Students, Teachers, and Leaders Webinar/Event

April 11, 2017

This webinar will also explore turnaround efforts at Asbury Park, as well as some best practices internationally, as determined by the recent Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development (OECD) report, School Leadership for Learning. Given every five years by the OECD, the Teaching and Learning International Survey (TALIS) examines different approaches to school leadership and their impact on professional learning communities and the learning environment in schools.

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Results of the OECD’s 2013 Teaching and Learning International Survey Webinar/Event

May 13, 2014

American teachers participated for the first time in the 2013 round of TALIS, which focuses on teachers’ professional context and the conditions of the learning environment in which they teach. TALIS captures the perspectives of practitioners on key topics, including the degree to which teachers’ professional development needs are being met, insights into the beliefs and attitudes about teaching that teachers bring to the classroom, and the role that school leaders play in fostering an effective teaching and learning environment.

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PISA: What It Measures, Why It Matters Webinar/Event

November 12, 2013

What can the United States learn from the highest-performing nations in the world? On December 3, the Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development (OECD) will release the results from the Programme for International Student Assessment (PISA), an assessment of reading literacy, mathematics, and science given in 2012 to fifteen-year-olds in sixty-five nations. While most of the focus on the release of the results will likely be on the international rankings, PISA provides a great deal of information on student learning and teaching and the policies and practices of high-performing countries.

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