On the Agenda – #ISTP2013

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15 maart 2013 | The teaching summit in Amsterdam is over, the debate has only begun. Now effective policies and inspiring examples will have to do the work.


@ArneDuncan: It’s great to know that the International Summit on Teaching Profession continues to be strong into its 3rd year

@MinOCW: Watch the first impression of delegation leaders during the International Teacher Summit

@educationgovuk: Ben Goldacre’s report set out how teaching can become a truly evidence based profession

@aitsl: Tony Mackay (AITSL Chair) and Ben Jensen (Grattan Institute) discuss teacher appraisal and sources of feedback that can inform teacher development.

@wholechildadv: Andy Hargreaves and Pasi Sahlberg: Where are We Going and Why? — Whole Child Education

@SchleicherEdu: Remarks Angel Gurría OECD Secretary-General delivered @ 2013 Ministerial Summit on the Teaching Profession

…and ISTP in Amsterdam on ScienceGuideEU

@ScienceGuideEU: Estonia’s visionary force. Innovating education and teaching with cutting edge IT. Come to Estonia!

@ScienceGuideEU: Learning has highest economic return rates. Andreas Schleicher: “it is a far better investment than any long-term investment on the financial markets

@ScienceGuideEU: Best conditions for teacher appraisal. Evaluating teachers led to controversial debate during ISTP.

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