The Teaching Profession: Present and Future by A. Reis Monteiro PDF

By A. Reis Monteiro

This quantity contributes to debates concerning the instructing occupation through reviewing foreign and nationwide reviews on its prestige, in addition to on reforms of varied schooling platforms. It proposes a world method of the standard of the instructing career as a decisive factor of schooling caliber, together with a perception of its id and a imaginative and prescient of its destiny. in addition, it is recommended that pro self-regulation could be the top method to in attaining larger specialist and social prestige for academics, because it permits educators jointly to imagine the tradition of the values that include the individuality and fullness of the educating profession.

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26, 27). 3 Teachers Are the Genius of the Everyday Alchemy of Education Quality, but the Teaching Profession Is Declining Following the McKinsey and Company Report: “The quality of an education system cannot exceed the quality of its teachers” (Barber and Mourshed 2007, p. 40). The 2010 OECD Ministers of Education meeting aforementioned6 concluded: “Teachers are the key [… but] respect for the profession may be falling”. Because of that: “We saw the need to raise the status and esteem of teachers”.

42). However, “most countries have no professional standards or models of competences for teacher educators (beyond the academic competences required of all Higher Education staff)” (European Commission 2012, p. 55). In the New York 2011 Summit: “The area of sharpest discussion and disagreement was certainly the design and implementation of fair and effective teacherevaluation systems” (Asia Society 2011, p. 26). There are also areas of emphatic disagreement, including the weight given to student test scores or value-added measures in teacher appraisals and the relationship of performance to rewards, especially bonuses or merit pay (as opposed to salary differentials that go with different career roles).

40). The 2010 OECD Ministers of Education meeting aforementioned6 concluded: “Teachers are the key [… but] respect for the profession may be falling”. Because of that: “We saw the need to raise the status and esteem of teachers”. Two terms are frequently used with respect to the status of the teaching profession worldwide: decline and (lack of) recognition. For example: • A report of the Parliament of the Commonwealth of Australia (1998) affirmed: “The status of teachers in Australia is declining.

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