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UNESCO-KEDI Regional Policy Seminar 2014

Teacher Effectiveness in Support of Quality Learning in the Asia-Pacific



Keynote session: International and Regional Cooperation Initiatives on Teachers

International and Regional Cooperation Initiatives on Teachers

Mr Hiromichi Katayama, Project Officer, Secretariat of the International Task Force on Teachers for Education for All

TALIS 2013: An International Perspective on Teaching and Learning 

Dr Julie Bélanger, Analyst, Early Childhood and School Division, OECD

Improving regional and international monitoring of the teacher workforce in Asia

Mr Patrick Montjourides, Programme Specialist, UNESCO Institute for Statistics

17th UNESCO-APEID International Conference: Teachers for the Future We Want

Ms Jonghwi Park, Programme Specialist, Asia-Pacific Programme of Educational Innovation for Development (APEID), UNESCO Bangkok

Session IImproving Teacher Motivation and Performance I

Teacher Professional Development from Comparative Perspectives of Asian and African Researchers – Results from the Research Collaboration under A-A Dialogue

Dr Kazuhiro Yoshida, Secretary of A-A Dialogue, Hiroshima University, Japan 

Ensuring Effective Teaching in Australia

Dr Lawrence Ingvarson, Principal Research Fellow, Australian Council for Educational Research (ACER), Australia

Motivational Level of Cambodian Teachers and the Government Policies to Attract and Retain Competent Teachers 

Dr No Fata, Lecturer of the Graduate Program in Education, Royal University of Phnom Penh (RUPP), Cambodia


Session II: Supporting Teacher Accountability through Supervision and Evaluation I

Global trends in the Use of Teacher Evaluation for School Improvement: Implications for South East Asia’s Education Systems

Prof. Philip Hallinger, Faculty of Education, Chulalongkorn University, Thailand