The skillset required to be a teacher is complex and wide-ranging – it’s why we refer to teaching as a “profession” and not just a “job”.
But do teachers feel that they are treated as real professionals, both by society and the school systems they work for? Are their working conditions conducive to the idea of “professionalism”?
All this and more will be addressed in the latest results of theTeaching and Learning International Survey (TALIS).
New insights on teacher and school leader professionalism:
What to expect from the latest TALIS 2018 results
Wednesday 11 March, 17:00 CET
How can we better understand teachers as a professional workforce?
New data from TALIS 2018
Monday 23 March, 17:00 CET