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    • Targeted vouchers and its effects. 

      Andrade, Eduardo de Carvalho (Fundação CESGRANRIO, 2009)
      This paper discusses the benefits of the “Targeted Vouchers” system in relation to the actual one. It analyses the Chilean experience and emphasizes the importance of the appropriate design of the vouchers system in order ...
    • Tarjetas para crear cuentos 

      Perú. Ministerio de Educación (Ministerio de Educación, 2018)
      El material está compuesto por un juego de 19 tarjetas, las cuales presentan diversos escenarios y elementos propios de las culturas originarias, así como, algunos objetos adquiridos de otras culturas. Con estas tarjetas ...
    • Tasas de logro educativo en las poblaciones afrodescendiente, indígena y mestiza : revisión de algunos factores de exclusión 

      Gaete-Astica, Marcelo (Universidad Nacional de Costa Rica, 2016)
      Este artículo es resultado de la investigación Tasas de logro educativo entre la población afrodescendiente, indígena y mestiza y la revisión de algunos factores de exclusión e inclusión (Gaete, 2014). Mediante la exploración ...
    • Taxonomías sobre creatividad 

      Tristán López, Agustín; Mendoza González, Liliana (PUCP, 2016)
      El trabajo presenta una recopilación de modelos y taxonomías que brindan clasificaciones de los atributos involucrados en la innovación y la creatividad. Las categorías de los marcos referenciales propuestos por varios ...
    • “¿Te gustan las clases de Matemática? ¿Y las clases de Lenguaje?” 

      Perú. Ministerio de Educación. Unidad de Medición de la Calidad; GRADE. Grupo de Análisis para el Desarrollo (Ministerio de Educación, 2000-01)
      Presenta datos vinculados a dos de las muchas actitudes que se pueden encontrar en un centro educativo, obtenidos a partir de preguntas planteadas a una muestra representativa de estudiantes a nivel nacional de zonas ...
    • Teach : manual del observador 

      Banco Mundial (Banco Mundial, 2018-11)
      Teach es la primera herramienta que mide de forma holística lo que ocurre en el aula. Esto lo realiza al considerar no sólo el tiempo dedicado al aprendizaje, sino que aún más importante, al considerar la calidad de las ...
    • Teacher Assessments versus Standardized Tests : Is Acting “Girly” an Advantage? 

      Di Liberto, Adriana; Casula, Laura (IZA. Institute of Labor Economics, 2016-12)
      The researchers study if Italian teachers do apply gender discrimination when judging students. To this aim, they use a difference-in-differences approach that exploits the availability of both teachers (non-blind) and ...
    • Teacher Demand and Supply : Improving Teaching Quality and Addressing Teacher Shortages 

      Santiago, Paulo (OECD, 2002-12)
      This paper provides an extensive review of the most relevant issues involved in the management of teacher demand and supply at the pre-tertiary level. First, it proposes a conceptual framework for distinguishing among, ...
    • Teacher Education and Professional Development: 10 Years of ICT Integration and What? 

      Laferrière, Thérèse; Gervais, Fernand (Universidad Autónoma de Baja California, 2008)
      This paper reports on designs for effective uses of ICTs in teaching and learning in teaching education. Applying Engeström's schema (1987) at three different levels of use of the computer as a cultural tool, three ...
    • Teacher Education and the Teaching Career in an Era of Lifelong Learning 

      Coolahan, John (OECD, 2002-12)
      This paper attempts to position the teaching career within the context of the changing policy paradigm of lifelong learning. The paper locates the emergence of this policy within some of the fundamental social and economic ...
    • Teacher Evaluation : Current Practices in OECD Countries and a Literature Review 

      Isoré, Marlène (OECD, 2009-10)
      This paper discusses the most relevant issues concerning teacher evaluation in primary and secondary education by reviewing the recent literature and analysing current practices within the OECD countries. First, it provides ...
    • Teacher Interrupted: Work Stress, Strain, and Teaching Role 

      Mulholland, Rosie; McKinlay, Andy; Sproule, John (SAGE, 2013)
      A sample of 399 secondary school teachers (156 males, 243 females, 18 schools) responded to a survey questionnaire containing one measure of stress and two measures of strain. The Stressors in Teaching Scale (SITS), developed ...
    • Teacher performance pay : experimental evidence from Pakistan 

      Barrera-Osorio, Felipe; Raju, Dhushyanth (The World Bank, 2015-06)
      This paper presents evidence from the first three years of a randomized controlled trial of a government-administered pilot teacher performance pay program in Punjab, Pakistan. The program offers yearly cash bonuses to ...
    • Teacher Policies, Incentives, and Labor Markets in Chile, Colombia, and Perú: Implications for Equality 

      Bertoni, Eleonora; Elacqua, Gregory; Jaimovich, Analía; Rodriguez, Julio; Santos, Humberto (BID, 2018-08)
      This paper contributes to the teacher sorting literature by analyzing equity in the distribution of teachers in three educational systems in Latin America, with different equalization policies, teacher assignment rules, ...
    • Teacher Professional Development around the World : The Gap between Evidence and Practice 

      Popova, Anna; Evans, David K.; Breeding, Mary E.; Arancibia, Violeta (World Bank, 2018-08)
      Teachers, like all professionals, require ongoing professional development opportunities to improve their skills. This paper provides evidence on effective professional development characteristics and how at-scale programs ...
    • Teacher Professionalism 

      OECD. Organisation for Economic Cooperation and Development (OECD, 2016-02)
      A new OECD report, Supporting Teacher Professionalism, based on the Teaching and Learning International Survey (TALIS), conceptualises teacher professionalism as being comprised of: knowledge base, defined as necessary ...
    • Teacher Quality and Learning Outcomes in Kindergarten 

      Araujo, María Caridad; Cruz-Aguayo, Yyannu; Schady, Norbert (BID, 2016-01)
      The report assigned two cohorts of kindergarten students, totaling more than 24,000 children, to teachers within schools with a rule that is as-good-as-random. The authors collected data on children at the beginning of the ...
    • Teacher Technology Integration Professional Development Model (SMART Board), Pre-Algebra Achievement, and Smart Board Proficiency Scores 

      Minor, Marice; Losike-Sedimo, Nodofo; Reglin, Gary; Royster, Otelia (SAGE, 2013)
      The study investigated a teacher technology integration professional development model. The model focused on using SMART Board to improve pre-algebra achievement. The importance of the study was that the pre-algebra students ...
    • Teacher Trainees’ Perception of the Time Dimension in Practical Training 

      Iliyan, Salman (2008)
      This study compares the students’ perception of their professional development in two aspects of practical training: weekly practical training (WPT), and intensive practical training (IPT). The objective of the research ...
    • Teachers’ Conceptions of Assessment 

      Brown, Gavin Thomas Lumsden (University of Auckland, 2002)
      Teachers’ conceptions are powerful in shaping the quality of their instructional practice. The purpose of this thesis is to defend a four-facet model of teachers’ conceptions of assessment, which revolves around emphasising ...