E' appena stato pubblicato il rapporto dell'OECD/OCSE Education Today 2013: The OECD Perspective. Spulciando qua e là abbiamo trovato queste citazioni sulla situazione italiana:
Substantial differences exist beetween countries in teachers belief
about how teaching should be delivered: in most countries teachers see their job as helping students actively to develop and construct their knowledge rather than concentrate on transmitting content only (among the TALIS countries, the exception is Italy where only a minority endorses this view). [...]
Fonte: Creating Effective Teaching and Learning Environments: First Results from TALIS, 2009, Chapter 4 and Executive Summary
Teachers are positive about their appraisal and feedback they receive, but in some countries a significant minority or even majority of theachers have not received any in recent years: Teachers across the different systems surveyed by TALIS tend to be positive about the appraisal and feedback they receive, reporting that on the whole it is fair and helpful for their work, and increases their job satisfaction. Approximately 13% of teachers surveyed by TALIS reported that they had received no feedback or evaluation in their current school in the previous five years; this average level rises to much higher levels in Ireland (26%), Italy (55%), Portugal (26%) and Spain (46%).
Fonte: Creating Effective Teaching and Learning Environments: First Results from TALIS, 2009, Chapter 5 and Executive Summary
Citato da OECD (2013), Education Today 2013: The OECD Perspective, OECD Publishing, p. 32