Naar aanleiding van World Teacher Day, vandaag 5 oktober, publiceerde de OESO een nieuwe TALIS in Focus over feedback. Dit gaat niet zozeer over goede feedback geven (check hiervoor dit), maar wel hoe leerkrachten denken over feedback die zij krijgen. Voor het volledige TALIS-rapport, check hier.
De belangrijkste inzichten:
Across countries and economies participating in the OECD Teaching and Learning International Survey (TALIS), a majority of teachers report receiving feedback on different aspects of their work in their schools.Teacher feedback has a developmental focus, with many teachers reporting that it leads to improvements in their teaching practices, and other aspects of their work.However, not all feedback is seen as meaningful: nearly half of the teachers across TALIS countries report that teacher appraisal and feedback systems in their school are largely undertaken simply to fulfil administrative requirements.Teachers who consider that they receive meaningful feedback on their work also tend to have more confidence in their own abilities and to have higher job satisfaction.