Teachers Matter Improving Recruitment, Retention and Development of Teachers

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October 2022
322 pages
  • ISBN978-3-0365-5445-7 (Hardback)
  • ISBN978-3-0365-5446-4 (PDF)

This book is a reprint of the Special Issue Teachers Matter—Improving Recruitment, Retention and Development of Teachers that was published in

Social Sciences, Arts & Humanities

This book highlights the global concern about the teaching workforce, from recruitment and retention of teachers to the development and quality of teachers in schools. The collection of papers in this book is international in scope, representing a range of research designs (from longitudinal studies using national and international datasets, large-scale surveys, reviews and syntheses of evidence to randomized control trials, value-added models and design-based action research). These papers exemplify the high standard of research in education.

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teacher recruitment; teacher retention; systematic review; causal evidence; interventions; action research; drawing robot; GeomBot; geometry teaching; scratch-based programming; value-added model; teacher performance evaluation; teacher accountability; effectiveness; contextual predictors; teacher competence; student perceptions; learning mathematics; college major choice; K-means; Seoul Education Longitudinal Study; assessment for learning; social cohesion; citizenship; sustainable development goals; teachers; philosophy for children; thinking skills; teaching pedagogy development; teachers; teaching force; demographic characteristics; mid-career teacher; teacher development; teacher retention; teacher careers; scoping study; transfer policy; rationalisation; mobility; retention; teacher professional development; professional standards; professional qualification; music education; Kodály approach; teacher professional development; partnership; music hubs; workplace mentoring; close to practice research; teacher education; professional development; remote learning; rapid review; n/a; teacher retention; wastage rate; attrition; teachers’ careers; early career teachers; initial teacher education