Time2013
CountryVariables EDUGPSUnits
AustraliaPercentage of female teachersPercentage59.2
Mean age of teachersYears43.4
Average years of working experience as a teacher in total16.7
Completion of teacher education or training programme (%)Percentage97.6
Female principals (%)38.6
Age of principals (average)Years53.2
Principals' experience (in years)8
Principals believing that the teaching profession is valued in society (%)Percentage56.9
Principals who are satisfied with their job (%)97.8
Teachers having taken part in a formal induction programme (%)52.6
Teachers having a mentor assigned (%)16.7
Teachers who are mentors to another colleague (%)28
Teachers who undertook professional development in the last 12 months (%)
(f96.6
Teachers who report a high level of need to develop their ICT skills for teaching (%)13.6
Teachers who report a high level of need to develop the skills to teach students with special needs (%)
(f8.2
Teachers who report that feedback has increased the number of hours of professional development they undertake (%)31.2
Teachers who report that feedback has improved their teaching practice (%)45
Teachers working in schools that use some kind of formal appraisal (%)97.2
Teachers having their classrooms directly observed in schools with formal appraisal practices (%)
(f94.6
Teaching time per week (hours)Hours per week18.6
Individual time per week spent planning and preparing lessons (hours)7.1
Time spent marking and correcting work (hours per week)5.1
Class-time time spent on administrative tasks such as marking attendance (%)Percentage
(f7
Class-time spent on classroom management (%)
(f14.5
Class-time spent on actual teaching and learning tasks (%)
(f78.1
Teachers who believe they can help their students to value learning (%)81.3
Teachers who believe they can help their students to think critically (%)78.4
Teachers who believe that the teaching profession is valued in society (%)38.5
Teachers who are satisfied with their job (%)90
Czech RepublicPercentage of female teachers76.5
Mean age of teachersYears44.2
Average years of working experience as a teacher in total17.7
Completion of teacher education or training programme (%)Percentage76.7
Female principals (%)48.4
Age of principals (average)Years50.3
Principals' experience (in years)9.7
Principals believing that the teaching profession is valued in society (%)Percentage24.7
Principals who are satisfied with their job (%)94.7
Teachers having taken part in a formal induction programme (%)45.2
Teachers having a mentor assigned (%)3.8
Teachers who are mentors to another colleague (%)7.7
Teachers who undertook professional development in the last 12 months (%)
(f82.5
Teachers who report a high level of need to develop their ICT skills for teaching (%)14.8
Teachers who report a high level of need to develop the skills to teach students with special needs (%)
(f8
Teachers who report that feedback has increased the number of hours of professional development they undertake (%)30.3
Teachers who report that feedback has improved their teaching practice (%)56.9
Teachers working in schools that use some kind of formal appraisal (%)99.8
Teachers having their classrooms directly observed in schools with formal appraisal practices (%)
(f100
Teaching time per week (hours)Hours per week17.8
Individual time per week spent planning and preparing lessons (hours)8.3
Time spent marking and correcting work (hours per week)4.5
Class-time time spent on administrative tasks such as marking attendance (%)Percentage
(f6.6
Class-time spent on classroom management (%)
(f8.8
Class-time spent on actual teaching and learning tasks (%)
(f84
Teachers who believe they can help their students to value learning (%)39
Teachers who believe they can help their students to think critically (%)51.8
Teachers who believe that the teaching profession is valued in society (%)12.2
Teachers who are satisfied with their job (%)88.6
DenmarkPercentage of female teachers59.6
Mean age of teachersYears45
Average years of working experience as a teacher in total16.1
Completion of teacher education or training programme (%)Percentage93.5
Female principals (%)32.4
Age of principals (average)Years52.9
Principals' experience (in years)12.6
Principals believing that the teaching profession is valued in society (%)Percentage39.6
Principals who are satisfied with their job (%)98.3
Teachers having taken part in a formal induction programme (%)26.6
Teachers having a mentor assigned (%)4.2
Teachers who are mentors to another colleague (%)12.7
Teachers who undertook professional development in the last 12 months (%)
(f86.4
Teachers who report a high level of need to develop their ICT skills for teaching (%)18.7
Teachers who report a high level of need to develop the skills to teach students with special needs (%)
(f27.7
Teachers who report that feedback has increased the number of hours of professional development they undertake (%)47.9
Teachers who report that feedback has improved their teaching practice (%)49.9
Teachers working in schools that use some kind of formal appraisal (%)91
Teachers having their classrooms directly observed in schools with formal appraisal practices (%)
(f90.7
Teaching time per week (hours)Hours per week18.9
Individual time per week spent planning and preparing lessons (hours)7.9
Time spent marking and correcting work (hours per week)3.5
Class-time time spent on administrative tasks such as marking attendance (%)Percentage
(f6
Class-time spent on classroom management (%)
(f9.8
Class-time spent on actual teaching and learning tasks (%)
(f84.1
Teachers who believe they can help their students to value learning (%)96.6
Teachers who believe they can help their students to think critically (%)92.8
Teachers who believe that the teaching profession is valued in society (%)18.4
Teachers who are satisfied with their job (%)92.9
FinlandPercentage of female teachers72.4
Mean age of teachersYears44.1
Average years of working experience as a teacher in total15.5
Completion of teacher education or training programme (%)Percentage92.5
Female principals (%)40.6
Age of principals (average)Years51.2
Principals' experience (in years)11.3
Principals believing that the teaching profession is valued in society (%)Percentage78.6
Principals who are satisfied with their job (%)93.8
Teachers having taken part in a formal induction programme (%)16.3
Teachers having a mentor assigned (%)2.8
Teachers who are mentors to another colleague (%)3.8
Teachers who undertook professional development in the last 12 months (%)
(f79.3
Teachers who report a high level of need to develop their ICT skills for teaching (%)17.5
Teachers who report a high level of need to develop the skills to teach students with special needs (%)
(f12.6
Teachers who report that feedback has increased the number of hours of professional development they undertake (%)26.9
Teachers who report that feedback has improved their teaching practice (%)37.7
Teachers working in schools that use some kind of formal appraisal (%)74.1
Teachers having their classrooms directly observed in schools with formal appraisal practices (%)
(f78.3
Teaching time per week (hours)Hours per week20.6
Individual time per week spent planning and preparing lessons (hours)4.8
Time spent marking and correcting work (hours per week)3.1
Class-time time spent on administrative tasks such as marking attendance (%)Percentage
(f6
Class-time spent on classroom management (%)
(f13.1
Class-time spent on actual teaching and learning tasks (%)
(f80.6
Teachers who believe they can help their students to value learning (%)77.3
Teachers who believe they can help their students to think critically (%)72.8
Teachers who believe that the teaching profession is valued in society (%)58.6
Teachers who are satisfied with their job (%)91
FrancePercentage of female teachers66
Mean age of teachersYears42.6
Average years of working experience as a teacher in total17.1
Completion of teacher education or training programme (%)Percentage90.1
Female principals (%)41.7
Age of principals (average)Years52
Principals' experience (in years)7.5
Principals believing that the teaching profession is valued in society (%)Percentage16.2
Principals who are satisfied with their job (%)91.1
Teachers having taken part in a formal induction programme (%)55.1
Teachers having a mentor assigned (%)3.5
Teachers who are mentors to another colleague (%)5.5
Teachers who undertook professional development in the last 12 months (%)
(f76.4
Teachers who report a high level of need to develop their ICT skills for teaching (%)25.1
Teachers who report a high level of need to develop the skills to teach students with special needs (%)
(f27.4
Teachers who report that feedback has increased the number of hours of professional development they undertake (%)22
Teachers who report that feedback has improved their teaching practice (%)51.5
Teachers working in schools that use some kind of formal appraisal (%)99.3
Teachers having their classrooms directly observed in schools with formal appraisal practices (%)
(f95.5
Teaching time per week (hours)Hours per week18.6
Individual time per week spent planning and preparing lessons (hours)7.5
Time spent marking and correcting work (hours per week)5.6
Class-time time spent on administrative tasks such as marking attendance (%)Percentage
(f7.9
Class-time spent on classroom management (%)
(f15.7
Class-time spent on actual teaching and learning tasks (%)
(f76
Teachers who believe they can help their students to value learning (%)87.1
Teachers who believe they can help their students to think critically (%)88.7
Teachers who believe that the teaching profession is valued in society (%)4.9
Teachers who are satisfied with their job (%)86.4
IcelandPercentage of female teachers71.9
Mean age of teachersYears44.6
Average years of working experience as a teacher in total14.3
Completion of teacher education or training programme (%)Percentage92.4
Female principals (%)54.6
Age of principals (average)Years50.9
Principals' experience (in years)10.6
Principals believing that the teaching profession is valued in society (%)Percentage44.2
Principals who are satisfied with their job (%)97.1
Teachers having taken part in a formal induction programme (%)29.5
Teachers having a mentor assigned (%)5.8
Teachers who are mentors to another colleague (%)12.3
Teachers who undertook professional development in the last 12 months (%)
(f91.1
Teachers who report a high level of need to develop their ICT skills for teaching (%)28.6
Teachers who report a high level of need to develop the skills to teach students with special needs (%)
(f16.1
Teachers who report that feedback has increased the number of hours of professional development they undertake (%)31.8
Teachers who report that feedback has improved their teaching practice (%)44.7
Teachers working in schools that use some kind of formal appraisal (%)79.3
Teachers having their classrooms directly observed in schools with formal appraisal practices (%)
(f72
Teaching time per week (hours)Hours per week19
Individual time per week spent planning and preparing lessons (hours)7.3
Time spent marking and correcting work (hours per week)3.2
Class-time time spent on administrative tasks such as marking attendance (%)Percentage
(f8.5
Class-time spent on classroom management (%)
(f15.7
Class-time spent on actual teaching and learning tasks (%)
(f75.5
Teachers who believe they can help their students to value learning (%)82.5
Teachers who believe they can help their students to think critically (%)74.6
Teachers who believe that the teaching profession is valued in society (%)17.5
Teachers who are satisfied with their job (%)94.5
ItalyPercentage of female teachers78.5
Mean age of teachersYears48.9
Average years of working experience as a teacher in total19.8
Completion of teacher education or training programme (%)Percentage79.1
Female principals (%)55.2
Age of principals (average)Years57
Principals' experience (in years)10.8
Principals believing that the teaching profession is valued in society (%)Percentage8.1
Principals who are satisfied with their job (%)89.4
Teachers having taken part in a formal induction programme (%)49.4
Teachers having a mentor assigned (%)4.5
Teachers who are mentors to another colleague (%)5.1
Teachers who undertook professional development in the last 12 months (%)
(f75.4
Teachers who report a high level of need to develop their ICT skills for teaching (%)35.9
Teachers who report a high level of need to develop the skills to teach students with special needs (%)
(f32.3
Teachers who report that feedback has increased the number of hours of professional development they undertake (%)46.2
Teachers who report that feedback has improved their teaching practice (%)67.9
Teachers working in schools that use some kind of formal appraisal (%)29.9
Teachers having their classrooms directly observed in schools with formal appraisal practices (%)
(f73.7
Teaching time per week (hours)Hours per week17.3
Individual time per week spent planning and preparing lessons (hours)5
Time spent marking and correcting work (hours per week)4.2
Class-time time spent on administrative tasks such as marking attendance (%)Percentage
(f7.5
Class-time spent on classroom management (%)
(f13
Class-time spent on actual teaching and learning tasks (%)
(f78.5
Teachers who believe they can help their students to value learning (%)95.6
Teachers who believe they can help their students to think critically (%)94.9
Teachers who believe that the teaching profession is valued in society (%)12.5
Teachers who are satisfied with their job (%)94.4
JapanPercentage of female teachers39
Mean age of teachersYears41.9
Average years of working experience as a teacher in total17.4
Completion of teacher education or training programme (%)Percentage87.8
Female principals (%)6
Age of principals (average)Years57
Principals' experience (in years)4.5
Principals believing that the teaching profession is valued in society (%)Percentage44.2
Principals who are satisfied with their job (%)91.5
Teachers having taken part in a formal induction programme (%)83.3
Teachers having a mentor assigned (%)33.2
Teachers who are mentors to another colleague (%)16.5
Teachers who undertook professional development in the last 12 months (%)
(f83.2
Teachers who report a high level of need to develop their ICT skills for teaching (%)25.9
Teachers who report a high level of need to develop the skills to teach students with special needs (%)
(f40.6
Teachers who report that feedback has increased the number of hours of professional development they undertake (%)41.9
Teachers who report that feedback has improved their teaching practice (%)88.6
Teachers working in schools that use some kind of formal appraisal (%)96.2
Teachers having their classrooms directly observed in schools with formal appraisal practices (%)
(f98.4
Teaching time per week (hours)Hours per week17.7
Individual time per week spent planning and preparing lessons (hours)8.7
Time spent marking and correcting work (hours per week)4.6
Class-time time spent on administrative tasks such as marking attendance (%)Percentage
(f7
Class-time spent on classroom management (%)
(f14.6
Class-time spent on actual teaching and learning tasks (%)
(f78.3
Teachers who believe they can help their students to value learning (%)26
Teachers who believe they can help their students to think critically (%)15.6
Teachers who believe that the teaching profession is valued in society (%)28.1
Teachers who are satisfied with their job (%)85.1
KoreaPercentage of female teachers68.2
Mean age of teachersYears42.4
Average years of working experience as a teacher in total16.4
Completion of teacher education or training programme (%)Percentage96.1
Female principals (%)13.3
Age of principals (average)Years58.8
Principals' experience (in years)3.1
Principals believing that the teaching profession is valued in society (%)Percentage89.6
Principals who are satisfied with their job (%)96.8
Teachers having taken part in a formal induction programme (%)72.3
Teachers having a mentor assigned (%)18.5
Teachers who are mentors to another colleague (%)34.3
Teachers who undertook professional development in the last 12 months (%)
(f91.4
Teachers who report a high level of need to develop their ICT skills for teaching (%)24.9
Teachers who report a high level of need to develop the skills to teach students with special needs (%)
(f36
Teachers who report that feedback has increased the number of hours of professional development they undertake (%)55
Teachers who report that feedback has improved their teaching practice (%)64.4
Teachers working in schools that use some kind of formal appraisal (%)100
Teachers having their classrooms directly observed in schools with formal appraisal practices (%)
(f100
Teaching time per week (hours)Hours per week18.8
Individual time per week spent planning and preparing lessons (hours)7.7
Time spent marking and correcting work (hours per week)3.9
Class-time time spent on administrative tasks such as marking attendance (%)Percentage
(f8.2
Class-time spent on classroom management (%)
(f13.6
Class-time spent on actual teaching and learning tasks (%)
(f76.9
Teachers who believe they can help their students to value learning (%)78.3
Teachers who believe they can help their students to think critically (%)63.6
Teachers who believe that the teaching profession is valued in society (%)66.5
Teachers who are satisfied with their job (%)86.6
MexicoPercentage of female teachers53.8
Mean age of teachersYears42.1
Average years of working experience as a teacher in total15.8
Completion of teacher education or training programme (%)Percentage61.5
Female principals (%)40.8
Age of principals (average)Years51.9
Principals' experience (in years)10.8
Principals believing that the teaching profession is valued in society (%)Percentage58.7
Principals who are satisfied with their job (%)99.8
Teachers having taken part in a formal induction programme (%)57.2
Teachers having a mentor assigned (%)17
Teachers who are mentors to another colleague (%)10.9
Teachers who undertook professional development in the last 12 months (%)
(f95.6
Teachers who report a high level of need to develop their ICT skills for teaching (%)21
Teachers who report a high level of need to develop the skills to teach students with special needs (%)
(f47.4
Teachers who report that feedback has increased the number of hours of professional development they undertake (%)67.8
Teachers who report that feedback has improved their teaching practice (%)86.3
Teachers working in schools that use some kind of formal appraisal (%)95.4
Teachers having their classrooms directly observed in schools with formal appraisal practices (%)
(f99.5
Teaching time per week (hours)Hours per week22.7
Individual time per week spent planning and preparing lessons (hours)6.2
Time spent marking and correcting work (hours per week)4.3
Class-time time spent on administrative tasks such as marking attendance (%)Percentage
(f11.6
Class-time spent on classroom management (%)
(f12.3
Class-time spent on actual teaching and learning tasks (%)
(f75.4
Teachers who believe they can help their students to value learning (%)91
Teachers who believe they can help their students to think critically (%)88.8
Teachers who believe that the teaching profession is valued in society (%)49.5
Teachers who are satisfied with their job (%)97.8
NetherlandsPercentage of female teachers54.6
Mean age of teachersYears43.2
Average years of working experience as a teacher in total15.7
Completion of teacher education or training programme (%)Percentage91.5
Female principals (%)30.8
Age of principals (average)Years52.2
Principals' experience (in years)10
Principals believing that the teaching profession is valued in society (%)Percentage47
Principals who are satisfied with their job (%)95.1
Teachers having taken part in a formal induction programme (%)45.6
Teachers having a mentor assigned (%)16.6
Teachers who are mentors to another colleague (%)19.4
Teachers who undertook professional development in the last 12 months (%)
(f93.2
Teachers who report a high level of need to develop their ICT skills for teaching (%)14.9
Teachers who report a high level of need to develop the skills to teach students with special needs (%)
(f10.7
Teachers who report that feedback has increased the number of hours of professional development they undertake (%)36.6
Teachers who report that feedback has improved their teaching practice (%)43.8
Teachers working in schools that use some kind of formal appraisal (%)97.6
Teachers having their classrooms directly observed in schools with formal appraisal practices (%)
(f98.8
Teaching time per week (hours)Hours per week16.9
Individual time per week spent planning and preparing lessons (hours)5.1
Time spent marking and correcting work (hours per week)4.2
Class-time time spent on administrative tasks such as marking attendance (%)Percentage
(f9.5
Class-time spent on classroom management (%)
(f16
Class-time spent on actual teaching and learning tasks (%)
(f73.8
Teachers who believe they can help their students to value learning (%)70.2
Teachers who believe they can help their students to think critically (%)77.8
Teachers who believe that the teaching profession is valued in society (%)40.4
Teachers who are satisfied with their job (%)90.8
NorwayPercentage of female teachers61
Mean age of teachersYears44.2
Average years of working experience as a teacher in total15.5
Completion of teacher education or training programme (%)Percentage92.5
Female principals (%)58.2
Age of principals (average)Years52.1
Principals' experience (in years)8.7
Principals believing that the teaching profession is valued in society (%)Percentage49
Principals who are satisfied with their job (%)96.4
Teachers having taken part in a formal induction programme (%)10.3
Teachers having a mentor assigned (%)6.9
Teachers who are mentors to another colleague (%)7.7
Teachers who undertook professional development in the last 12 months (%)
(f87
Teachers who report a high level of need to develop their ICT skills for teaching (%)18.3
Teachers who report a high level of need to develop the skills to teach students with special needs (%)
(f12.4
Teachers who report that feedback has increased the number of hours of professional development they undertake (%)25.4
Teachers who report that feedback has improved their teaching practice (%)52.2
Teachers working in schools that use some kind of formal appraisal (%)94.1
Teachers having their classrooms directly observed in schools with formal appraisal practices (%)
(f96
Teaching time per week (hours)Hours per week15
Individual time per week spent planning and preparing lessons (hours)6.5
Time spent marking and correcting work (hours per week)5.2
Class-time time spent on administrative tasks such as marking attendance (%)Percentage
(f7.6
Class-time spent on classroom management (%)
(f8.9
Class-time spent on actual teaching and learning tasks (%)
(f83
Teachers who believe they can help their students to value learning (%)60.9
Teachers who believe they can help their students to think critically (%)66.6
Teachers who believe that the teaching profession is valued in society (%)30.6
Teachers who are satisfied with their job (%)94.9
PolandPercentage of female teachers74.9
Mean age of teachersYears41.9
Average years of working experience as a teacher in total17.1
Completion of teacher education or training programme (%)Percentage99.4
Female principals (%)66.6
Age of principals (average)Years49.9
Principals' experience (in years)11.2
Principals believing that the teaching profession is valued in society (%)Percentage36.3
Principals who are satisfied with their job (%)97.8
Teachers having taken part in a formal induction programme (%)37.8
Teachers having a mentor assigned (%)11.6
Teachers who are mentors to another colleague (%)14.9
Teachers who undertook professional development in the last 12 months (%)
(f93.7
Teachers who report a high level of need to develop their ICT skills for teaching (%)10.6
Teachers who report a high level of need to develop the skills to teach students with special needs (%)
(f14.4
Teachers who report that feedback has increased the number of hours of professional development they undertake (%)53.1
Teachers who report that feedback has improved their teaching practice (%)63.5
Teachers working in schools that use some kind of formal appraisal (%)100
Teachers having their classrooms directly observed in schools with formal appraisal practices (%)
(f100
Teaching time per week (hours)Hours per week18.6
Individual time per week spent planning and preparing lessons (hours)5.5
Time spent marking and correcting work (hours per week)4.6
Class-time time spent on administrative tasks such as marking attendance (%)Percentage
(f8
Class-time spent on classroom management (%)
(f8.5
Class-time spent on actual teaching and learning tasks (%)
(f82.2
Teachers who believe they can help their students to value learning (%)67.7
Teachers who believe they can help their students to think critically (%)77.5
Teachers who believe that the teaching profession is valued in society (%)17.9
Teachers who are satisfied with their job (%)92.7
PortugalPercentage of female teachers73.2
Mean age of teachersYears44.7
Average years of working experience as a teacher in total19.4
Completion of teacher education or training programme (%)Percentage82.1
Female principals (%)39.4
Age of principals (average)Years52.1
Principals' experience (in years)6.6
Principals believing that the teaching profession is valued in society (%)Percentage30.4
Principals who are satisfied with their job (%)98.1
Teachers having taken part in a formal induction programme (%)35.5
Teachers having a mentor assigned (%)4.3
Teachers who are mentors to another colleague (%)7.6
Teachers who undertook professional development in the last 12 months (%)
(f88.5
Teachers who report a high level of need to develop their ICT skills for teaching (%)9.2
Teachers who report a high level of need to develop the skills to teach students with special needs (%)
(f26.5
Teachers who report that feedback has increased the number of hours of professional development they undertake (%)38.5
Teachers who report that feedback has improved their teaching practice (%)48.9
Teachers working in schools that use some kind of formal appraisal (%)97.6
Teachers having their classrooms directly observed in schools with formal appraisal practices (%)
(f96.2
Teaching time per week (hours)Hours per week20.8
Individual time per week spent planning and preparing lessons (hours)8.5
Time spent marking and correcting work (hours per week)9.6
Class-time time spent on administrative tasks such as marking attendance (%)Percentage
(f8.2
Class-time spent on classroom management (%)
(f15.7
Class-time spent on actual teaching and learning tasks (%)
(f75.8
Teachers who believe they can help their students to value learning (%)99
Teachers who believe they can help their students to think critically (%)97.5
Teachers who believe that the teaching profession is valued in society (%)10.5
Teachers who are satisfied with their job (%)94.1
Slovak RepublicPercentage of female teachers81.9
Mean age of teachersYears43.4
Average years of working experience as a teacher in total17.7
Completion of teacher education or training programme (%)Percentage89.4
Female principals (%)60
Age of principals (average)Years52.5
Principals' experience (in years)11
Principals believing that the teaching profession is valued in society (%)Percentage1.5
Principals who are satisfied with their job (%)95.2
Teachers having taken part in a formal induction programme (%)60.5
Teachers having a mentor assigned (%)4.2
Teachers who are mentors to another colleague (%)8.9
Teachers who undertook professional development in the last 12 months (%)
(f73.3
Teachers who report a high level of need to develop their ICT skills for teaching (%)18.6
Teachers who report a high level of need to develop the skills to teach students with special needs (%)
(f18.8
Teachers who report that feedback has increased the number of hours of professional development they undertake (%)47.4
Teachers who report that feedback has improved their teaching practice (%)68.7
Teachers working in schools that use some kind of formal appraisal (%)100
Teachers having their classrooms directly observed in schools with formal appraisal practices (%)
(f100
Teaching time per week (hours)Hours per week19.9
Individual time per week spent planning and preparing lessons (hours)7.5
Time spent marking and correcting work (hours per week)3.5
Class-time time spent on administrative tasks such as marking attendance (%)Percentage
(f7.1
Class-time spent on classroom management (%)
(f12.1
Class-time spent on actual teaching and learning tasks (%)
(f80.2
Teachers who believe they can help their students to value learning (%)88.5
Teachers who believe they can help their students to think critically (%)90.2
Teachers who believe that the teaching profession is valued in society (%)4
Teachers who are satisfied with their job (%)89
SpainPercentage of female teachers58.8
Mean age of teachersYears45.6
Average years of working experience as a teacher in total18.3
Completion of teacher education or training programme (%)Percentage97.5
Female principals (%)44.7
Age of principals (average)Years49.4
Principals' experience (in years)7.9
Principals believing that the teaching profession is valued in society (%)Percentage11
Principals who are satisfied with their job (%)97.5
Teachers having taken part in a formal induction programme (%)35.3
Teachers having a mentor assigned (%)3.8
Teachers who are mentors to another colleague (%)6.8
Teachers who undertook professional development in the last 12 months (%)
(f84.3
Teachers who report a high level of need to develop their ICT skills for teaching (%)14.1
Teachers who report a high level of need to develop the skills to teach students with special needs (%)
(f21.8
Teachers who report that feedback has increased the number of hours of professional development they undertake (%)38.2
Teachers who report that feedback has improved their teaching practice (%)45.4
Teachers working in schools that use some kind of formal appraisal (%)63.7
Teachers having their classrooms directly observed in schools with formal appraisal practices (%)
(f59.3
Teaching time per week (hours)Hours per week18.6
Individual time per week spent planning and preparing lessons (hours)6.6
Time spent marking and correcting work (hours per week)6.1
Class-time time spent on administrative tasks such as marking attendance (%)Percentage
(f7.4
Class-time spent on classroom management (%)
(f14.7
Class-time spent on actual teaching and learning tasks (%)
(f77.2
Teachers who believe they can help their students to value learning (%)74.1
Teachers who believe they can help their students to think critically (%)78.9
Teachers who believe that the teaching profession is valued in society (%)8.5
Teachers who are satisfied with their job (%)95.1
SwedenPercentage of female teachers66.5
Mean age of teachersYears46
Average years of working experience as a teacher in total16.4
Completion of teacher education or training programme (%)Percentage89.9
Female principals (%)54.9
Age of principals (average)Years50.7
Principals' experience (in years)7
Principals believing that the teaching profession is valued in society (%)Percentage9.5
Principals who are satisfied with their job (%)90.8
Teachers having taken part in a formal induction programme (%)10.7
Teachers having a mentor assigned (%)3.7
Teachers who are mentors to another colleague (%)5.5
Teachers who undertook professional development in the last 12 months (%)
(f83.4
Teachers who report a high level of need to develop their ICT skills for teaching (%)25.5
Teachers who report a high level of need to develop the skills to teach students with special needs (%)
(f19.8
Teachers who report that feedback has increased the number of hours of professional development they undertake (%)23.6
Teachers who report that feedback has improved their teaching practice (%)47.5
Teachers working in schools that use some kind of formal appraisal (%)96.4
Teachers having their classrooms directly observed in schools with formal appraisal practices (%)
(f96.3
Teaching time per week (hours)Hours per week17.6
Individual time per week spent planning and preparing lessons (hours)6.7
Time spent marking and correcting work (hours per week)4.7
Class-time time spent on administrative tasks such as marking attendance (%)Percentage
(f6.7
Class-time spent on classroom management (%)
(f11.5
Class-time spent on actual teaching and learning tasks (%)
(f81.1
Teachers who believe they can help their students to value learning (%)76.6
Teachers who believe they can help their students to think critically (%)75.1
Teachers who believe that the teaching profession is valued in society (%)5
Teachers who are satisfied with their job (%)85.4
Non-OECD Member EconomiesBrazilPercentage of female teachers71.1
Mean age of teachersYears39.2
Average years of working experience as a teacher in total13.6
Completion of teacher education or training programme (%)Percentage75.8
Female principals (%)74.5
Age of principals (average)Years45
Principals' experience (in years)7.3
Principals believing that the teaching profession is valued in society (%)Percentage24.8
Principals who are satisfied with their job (%)92.2
Teachers having taken part in a formal induction programme (%)32.4
Teachers having a mentor assigned (%)33.7
Teachers who are mentors to another colleague (%)6.4
Teachers who undertook professional development in the last 12 months (%)
(f91.5
Teachers who report a high level of need to develop their ICT skills for teaching (%)27.5
Teachers who report a high level of need to develop the skills to teach students with special needs (%)
(f60.1
Teachers who report that feedback has increased the number of hours of professional development they undertake (%)70.1
Teachers who report that feedback has improved their teaching practice (%)79.9
Teachers working in schools that use some kind of formal appraisal (%)86.6
Teachers having their classrooms directly observed in schools with formal appraisal practices (%)
(f92.9
Teaching time per week (hours)Hours per week25.4
Individual time per week spent planning and preparing lessons (hours)7.1
Time spent marking and correcting work (hours per week)5.7
Class-time time spent on administrative tasks such as marking attendance (%)Percentage
(f12.2
Class-time spent on classroom management (%)
(f19.8
Class-time spent on actual teaching and learning tasks (%)
(f66.7
Teachers who believe they can help their students to value learning (%)94.8
Teachers who believe they can help their students to think critically (%)95.1
Teachers who believe that the teaching profession is valued in society (%)12.6
Teachers who are satisfied with their job (%)87
BulgariaPercentage of female teachers81.2
Mean age of teachersYears47.4
Average years of working experience as a teacher in total21.5
Completion of teacher education or training programme (%)Percentage97.7
Female principals (%)71.5
Age of principals (average)Years51.1
Principals' experience (in years)12.5
Principals believing that the teaching profession is valued in society (%)Percentage31.4
Principals who are satisfied with their job (%)96.7
Teachers having taken part in a formal induction programme (%)68.9
Teachers having a mentor assigned (%)6.1
Teachers who are mentors to another colleague (%)10.2
Teachers who undertook professional development in the last 12 months (%)
(f85.2
Teachers who report a high level of need to develop their ICT skills for teaching (%)20.3
Teachers who report a high level of need to develop the skills to teach students with special needs (%)
(f22.8
Teachers who report that feedback has increased the number of hours of professional development they undertake (%)54.1
Teachers who report that feedback has improved their teaching practice (%)80.3
Teachers working in schools that use some kind of formal appraisal (%)89.8
Teachers having their classrooms directly observed in schools with formal appraisal practices (%)
(f100
Teaching time per week (hours)Hours per week18.4
Individual time per week spent planning and preparing lessons (hours)8.1
Time spent marking and correcting work (hours per week)4.5
Class-time time spent on administrative tasks such as marking attendance (%)Percentage
(f4.6
Class-time spent on classroom management (%)
(f8.8
Class-time spent on actual teaching and learning tasks (%)
(f86.6
Teachers who believe they can help their students to value learning (%)94.9
Teachers who believe they can help their students to think critically (%)82.5
Teachers who believe that the teaching profession is valued in society (%)19.6
Teachers who are satisfied with their job (%)94.6
CroatiaPercentage of female teachers74.3
Mean age of teachersYears42.6
Average years of working experience as a teacher in total15.7
Completion of teacher education or training programme (%)Percentage94.9
Female principals (%)59.9
Age of principals (average)Years52
Principals' experience (in years)10.4
Principals believing that the teaching profession is valued in society (%)Percentage18.2
Principals who are satisfied with their job (%)94.2
Teachers having taken part in a formal induction programme (%)68
Teachers having a mentor assigned (%)5.6
Teachers who are mentors to another colleague (%)13.8
Teachers who undertook professional development in the last 12 months (%)
(f96.8
Teachers who report a high level of need to develop their ICT skills for teaching (%)19.7
Teachers who report a high level of need to develop the skills to teach students with special needs (%)
(f32.7
Teachers who report that feedback has increased the number of hours of professional development they undertake (%)47.4
Teachers who report that feedback has improved their teaching practice (%)65.1
Teachers working in schools that use some kind of formal appraisal (%)97.4
Teachers having their classrooms directly observed in schools with formal appraisal practices (%)
(f99.6
Teaching time per week (hours)Hours per week19.6
Individual time per week spent planning and preparing lessons (hours)9.7
Time spent marking and correcting work (hours per week)3.9
Class-time time spent on administrative tasks such as marking attendance (%)Percentage
(f7.2
Class-time spent on classroom management (%)
(f9.1
Class-time spent on actual teaching and learning tasks (%)
(f83.4
Teachers who believe they can help their students to value learning (%)52.1
Teachers who believe they can help their students to think critically (%)77.9
Teachers who believe that the teaching profession is valued in society (%)9.6
Teachers who are satisfied with their job (%)91.4
LatviaPercentage of female teachers88.7
Mean age of teachersYears47.1
Average years of working experience as a teacher in total22
Completion of teacher education or training programme (%)Percentage90.8
Female principals (%)77
Age of principals (average)Years52.9
Principals' experience (in years)13
Principals believing that the teaching profession is valued in society (%)Percentage37.8
Principals who are satisfied with their job (%)97.8
Teachers having taken part in a formal induction programme (%)35.9
Teachers having a mentor assigned (%)4.1
Teachers who are mentors to another colleague (%)7
Teachers who undertook professional development in the last 12 months (%)
(f96.1
Teachers who report a high level of need to develop their ICT skills for teaching (%)19.4
Teachers who report a high level of need to develop the skills to teach students with special needs (%)
(f12.1
Teachers who report that feedback has increased the number of hours of professional development they undertake (%)45
Teachers who report that feedback has improved their teaching practice (%)62.1
Teachers working in schools that use some kind of formal appraisal (%)98
Teachers having their classrooms directly observed in schools with formal appraisal practices (%)
(f100
Teaching time per week (hours)Hours per week19.2
Individual time per week spent planning and preparing lessons (hours)6.4
Time spent marking and correcting work (hours per week)4.6
Class-time time spent on administrative tasks such as marking attendance (%)Percentage
(f5.8
Class-time spent on classroom management (%)
(f9.5
Class-time spent on actual teaching and learning tasks (%)
(f84.5
Teachers who believe they can help their students to value learning (%)78.6
Teachers who believe they can help their students to think critically (%)83
Teachers who believe that the teaching profession is valued in society (%)22.8
Teachers who are satisfied with their job (%)91
MalaysiaPercentage of female teachers70.5
Mean age of teachersYears38.9
Average years of working experience as a teacher in total13.6
Completion of teacher education or training programme (%)Percentage92.1
Female principals (%)49.1
Age of principals (average)Years53.5
Principals' experience (in years)6.5
Principals believing that the teaching profession is valued in society (%)Percentage94.6
Principals who are satisfied with their job (%)96.8
Teachers having taken part in a formal induction programme (%)87.4
Teachers having a mentor assigned (%)26.5
Teachers who are mentors to another colleague (%)26.5
Teachers who undertook professional development in the last 12 months (%)
(f96.6
Teachers who report a high level of need to develop their ICT skills for teaching (%)37.6
Teachers who report a high level of need to develop the skills to teach students with special needs (%)
(f10
Teachers who report that feedback has increased the number of hours of professional development they undertake (%)85.5
Teachers who report that feedback has improved their teaching practice (%)95.2
Teachers working in schools that use some kind of formal appraisal (%)99.1
Teachers having their classrooms directly observed in schools with formal appraisal practices (%)
(f100
Teaching time per week (hours)Hours per week17.1
Individual time per week spent planning and preparing lessons (hours)6.4
Time spent marking and correcting work (hours per week)7.4
Class-time time spent on administrative tasks such as marking attendance (%)Percentage
(f11.5
Class-time spent on classroom management (%)
(f17.5
Class-time spent on actual teaching and learning tasks (%)
(f70.8
Teachers who believe they can help their students to value learning (%)98
Teachers who believe they can help their students to think critically (%)91.9
Teachers who believe that the teaching profession is valued in society (%)83.8
Teachers who are satisfied with their job (%)97
RomaniaPercentage of female teachers69.2
Mean age of teachersYears41.6
Average years of working experience as a teacher in total16.5
Completion of teacher education or training programme (%)Percentage97.1
Female principals (%)63.9
Age of principals (average)Years46.7
Principals' experience (in years)7
Principals believing that the teaching profession is valued in society (%)Percentage54.5
Principals who are satisfied with their job (%)99.1
Teachers having taken part in a formal induction programme (%)51.2
Teachers having a mentor assigned (%)8
Teachers who are mentors to another colleague (%)8.2
Teachers who undertook professional development in the last 12 months (%)
(f83.3
Teachers who report a high level of need to develop their ICT skills for teaching (%)18.6
Teachers who report a high level of need to develop the skills to teach students with special needs (%)
(f27
Teachers who report that feedback has increased the number of hours of professional development they undertake (%)58.8
Teachers who report that feedback has improved their teaching practice (%)80.7
Teachers working in schools that use some kind of formal appraisal (%)100
Teachers having their classrooms directly observed in schools with formal appraisal practices (%)
(f100
Teaching time per week (hours)Hours per week16.2
Individual time per week spent planning and preparing lessons (hours)8
Time spent marking and correcting work (hours per week)4
Class-time time spent on administrative tasks such as marking attendance (%)Percentage
(f8.4
Class-time spent on classroom management (%)
(f8.7
Class-time spent on actual teaching and learning tasks (%)
(f81.8
Teachers who believe they can help their students to value learning (%)95.1
Teachers who believe they can help their students to think critically (%)93.4
Teachers who believe that the teaching profession is valued in society (%)34.7
Teachers who are satisfied with their job (%)91.1
SingaporePercentage of female teachers65
Mean age of teachersYears36
Average years of working experience as a teacher in total9.7
Completion of teacher education or training programme (%)Percentage99.1
Female principals (%)52.5
Age of principals (average)Years48.3
Principals' experience (in years)7.7
Principals believing that the teaching profession is valued in society (%)Percentage95.3
Principals who are satisfied with their job (%)98.6
Teachers having taken part in a formal induction programme (%)80
Teachers having a mentor assigned (%)39.6
Teachers who are mentors to another colleague (%)39.4
Teachers who undertook professional development in the last 12 months (%)
(f98
Teachers who report a high level of need to develop their ICT skills for teaching (%)11.8
Teachers who report a high level of need to develop the skills to teach students with special needs (%)
(f15
Teachers who report that feedback has increased the number of hours of professional development they undertake (%)47
Teachers who report that feedback has improved their teaching practice (%)69.1
Teachers working in schools that use some kind of formal appraisal (%)100
Teachers having their classrooms directly observed in schools with formal appraisal practices (%)
(f100
Teaching time per week (hours)Hours per week17.1
Individual time per week spent planning and preparing lessons (hours)8.4
Time spent marking and correcting work (hours per week)8.7
Class-time time spent on administrative tasks such as marking attendance (%)Percentage
(f11.1
Class-time spent on classroom management (%)
(f17.7
Class-time spent on actual teaching and learning tasks (%)
(f70.9
Teachers who believe they can help their students to value learning (%)81.5
Teachers who believe they can help their students to think critically (%)74.9
Teachers who believe that the teaching profession is valued in society (%)67.6
Teachers who are satisfied with their job (%)88.4
United Arab EmiratesAbu Zaby Percentage of female teachers58.9
Mean age of teachersYears38.7
Average years of working experience as a teacher in total12.8
Completion of teacher education or training programme (%)Percentage83.3
Female principals (%)60.9
Age of principals (average)Years49
Principals' experience (in years)10.9
Principals believing that the teaching profession is valued in society (%)Percentage70.7
Principals who are satisfied with their job (%)92.2
Teachers having taken part in a formal induction programme (%)70.9
Teachers having a mentor assigned (%)51.9
Teachers who are mentors to another colleague (%)29.2
Teachers who undertook professional development in the last 12 months (%)
(f92
Teachers who report a high level of need to develop their ICT skills for teaching (%)9.5
Teachers who report a high level of need to develop the skills to teach students with special needs (%)
(f22.6
Teachers who report that feedback has increased the number of hours of professional development they undertake (%)67.7
Teachers who report that feedback has improved their teaching practice (%)79.1
Teachers working in schools that use some kind of formal appraisal (%)100
Teachers having their classrooms directly observed in schools with formal appraisal practices (%)
(f100
Teaching time per week (hours)Hours per week21.2
Individual time per week spent planning and preparing lessons (hours)7.6
Time spent marking and correcting work (hours per week)5.4
Class-time time spent on administrative tasks such as marking attendance (%)Percentage
(f8.3
Class-time spent on classroom management (%)
(f12.6
Class-time spent on actual teaching and learning tasks (%)
(f76.7
Teachers who believe they can help their students to value learning (%)95.4
Teachers who believe they can help their students to think critically (%)93.1
Teachers who believe that the teaching profession is valued in society (%)66.5
Teachers who are satisfied with their job (%)88.9
SerbiaPercentage of female teachers65.6
Mean age of teachersYears43.1
Average years of working experience as a teacher in total14.9
Completion of teacher education or training programme (%)Percentage71.4
Female principals (%)55.3
Age of principals (average)Years49
Principals' experience (in years)7.4
Principals believing that the teaching profession is valued in society (%)Percentage18.1
Principals who are satisfied with their job (%)93.5
Teachers having taken part in a formal induction programme (%)59.1
Teachers having a mentor assigned (%)8.2
Teachers who are mentors to another colleague (%)13.5
Teachers who undertook professional development in the last 12 months (%)
(f92.9
Teachers who report a high level of need to develop their ICT skills for teaching (%)19.5
Teachers who report a high level of need to develop the skills to teach students with special needs (%)
(f35.4
Teachers who report that feedback has increased the number of hours of professional development they undertake (%)55.8
Teachers who report that feedback has improved their teaching practice (%)67.4
Teachers working in schools that use some kind of formal appraisal (%)97.8
Teachers having their classrooms directly observed in schools with formal appraisal practices (%)
(f97.6
Teaching time per week (hours)Hours per week18.4
Individual time per week spent planning and preparing lessons (hours)7.9
Time spent marking and correcting work (hours per week)3.4
Class-time time spent on administrative tasks such as marking attendance (%)Percentage
(f8.3
Class-time spent on classroom management (%)
(f9.8
Class-time spent on actual teaching and learning tasks (%)
(f81.7
Teachers who believe they can help their students to value learning (%)76.1
Teachers who believe they can help their students to think critically (%)84.3
Teachers who believe that the teaching profession is valued in society (%)20.4
Teachers who are satisfied with their job (%)89.5
ChilePercentage of female teachers62.8
Mean age of teachersYears41.3
Average years of working experience as a teacher in total15.1
Completion of teacher education or training programme (%)Percentage85.7
Female principals (%)53.4
Age of principals (average)Years53.7
Principals' experience (in years)11.3
Principals believing that the teaching profession is valued in society (%)Percentage36.5
Principals who are satisfied with their job (%)97.9
Teachers having taken part in a formal induction programme (%)36.6
Teachers having a mentor assigned (%)4.5
Teachers who are mentors to another colleague (%)6.6
Teachers who undertook professional development in the last 12 months (%)
(f71.7
Teachers who report a high level of need to develop their ICT skills for teaching (%)12.8
Teachers who report a high level of need to develop the skills to teach students with special needs (%)
(f25.8
Teachers who report that feedback has increased the number of hours of professional development they undertake (%)68.3
Teachers who report that feedback has improved their teaching practice (%)82
Teachers working in schools that use some kind of formal appraisal (%)95.9
Teachers having their classrooms directly observed in schools with formal appraisal practices (%)
(f100
Teaching time per week (hours)Hours per week26.7
Individual time per week spent planning and preparing lessons (hours)5.8
Time spent marking and correcting work (hours per week)4.1
Class-time time spent on administrative tasks such as marking attendance (%)Percentage
(f10.8
Class-time spent on classroom management (%)
(f15.3
Class-time spent on actual teaching and learning tasks (%)
(f73.1
Teachers who believe they can help their students to value learning (%)91
Teachers who believe they can help their students to think critically (%)90.2
Teachers who believe that the teaching profession is valued in society (%)33.6
Teachers who are satisfied with their job (%)94.6
EstoniaPercentage of female teachers84.5
Mean age of teachersYears47.9
Average years of working experience as a teacher in total21.6
Completion of teacher education or training programme (%)Percentage94.4
Female principals (%)60.2
Age of principals (average)Years52.2
Principals' experience (in years)12.1
Principals believing that the teaching profession is valued in society (%)Percentage11.8
Principals who are satisfied with their job (%)96.4
Teachers having taken part in a formal induction programme (%)19.4
Teachers having a mentor assigned (%)3.3
Teachers who are mentors to another colleague (%)9.1
Teachers who undertook professional development in the last 12 months (%)
(f93
Teachers who report a high level of need to develop their ICT skills for teaching (%)24.1
Teachers who report a high level of need to develop the skills to teach students with special needs (%)
(f19.7
Teachers who report that feedback has increased the number of hours of professional development they undertake (%)46.4
Teachers who report that feedback has improved their teaching practice (%)54.1
Teachers working in schools that use some kind of formal appraisal (%)98.3
Teachers having their classrooms directly observed in schools with formal appraisal practices (%)
(f98.6
Teaching time per week (hours)Hours per week20.9
Individual time per week spent planning and preparing lessons (hours)6.9
Time spent marking and correcting work (hours per week)4.3
Class-time time spent on administrative tasks such as marking attendance (%)Percentage
(f5.5
Class-time spent on classroom management (%)
(f8.8
Class-time spent on actual teaching and learning tasks (%)
(f84.4
Teachers who believe they can help their students to value learning (%)86
Teachers who believe they can help their students to think critically (%)74.8
Teachers who believe that the teaching profession is valued in society (%)13.7
Teachers who are satisfied with their job (%)90
IsraelPercentage of female teachers76.3
Mean age of teachersYears42.1
Average years of working experience as a teacher in total16.1
Completion of teacher education or training programme (%)Percentage93.6
Female principals (%)52.6
Age of principals (average)Years48.9
Principals' experience (in years)9.8
Principals believing that the teaching profession is valued in society (%)Percentage53.2
Principals who are satisfied with their job (%)97.8
Teachers having taken part in a formal induction programme (%)51.5
Teachers having a mentor assigned (%)20.2
Teachers who are mentors to another colleague (%)23.3
Teachers who undertook professional development in the last 12 months (%)
(f91.1
Teachers who report a high level of need to develop their ICT skills for teaching (%)24.5
Teachers who report a high level of need to develop the skills to teach students with special needs (%)
(f22.8
Teachers who report that feedback has increased the number of hours of professional development they undertake (%)50.5
Teachers who report that feedback has improved their teaching practice (%)60.3
Teachers working in schools that use some kind of formal appraisal (%)99.1
Teachers having their classrooms directly observed in schools with formal appraisal practices (%)
(f97.9
Teaching time per week (hours)Hours per week18.3
Individual time per week spent planning and preparing lessons (hours)5.2
Time spent marking and correcting work (hours per week)4.3
Class-time time spent on administrative tasks such as marking attendance (%)Percentage
(f9.2
Class-time spent on classroom management (%)
(f12.8
Class-time spent on actual teaching and learning tasks (%)
(f76.6
Teachers who believe they can help their students to value learning (%)85.4
Teachers who believe they can help their students to think critically (%)77.6
Teachers who believe that the teaching profession is valued in society (%)33.7
Teachers who are satisfied with their job (%)94.4
BelgiumFlandersPercentage of female teachers68.1
Mean age of teachersYears39.3
Average years of working experience as a teacher in total15.2
Completion of teacher education or training programme (%)Percentage98.3
Female principals (%)38.8
Age of principals (average)Years49.5
Principals' experience (in years)7.3
Principals believing that the teaching profession is valued in society (%)Percentage58.8
Principals who are satisfied with their job (%)93.6
Teachers having taken part in a formal induction programme (%)42.5
Teachers having a mentor assigned (%)10.2
Teachers who are mentors to another colleague (%)10.2
Teachers who undertook professional development in the last 12 months (%)
(f88.2
Teachers who report a high level of need to develop their ICT skills for teaching (%)10.5
Teachers who report a high level of need to develop the skills to teach students with special needs (%)
(f5.3
Teachers who report that feedback has increased the number of hours of professional development they undertake (%)34
Teachers who report that feedback has improved their teaching practice (%)44.1
Teachers working in schools that use some kind of formal appraisal (%)97.9
Teachers having their classrooms directly observed in schools with formal appraisal practices (%)
(f99.2
Teaching time per week (hours)Hours per week19.1
Individual time per week spent planning and preparing lessons (hours)6.3
Time spent marking and correcting work (hours per week)4.5
Class-time time spent on administrative tasks such as marking attendance (%)Percentage
(f9.3
Class-time spent on classroom management (%)
(f13.4
Class-time spent on actual teaching and learning tasks (%)
(f77
Teachers who believe they can help their students to value learning (%)81.6
Teachers who believe they can help their students to think critically (%)87.4
Teachers who believe that the teaching profession is valued in society (%)45.9
Teachers who are satisfied with their job (%)95.3
CanadaAlbertaPercentage of female teachers60.3
Mean age of teachersYears40.1
Average years of working experience as a teacher in total12.9
Completion of teacher education or training programme (%)Percentage98.3
Female principals (%)43.1
Age of principals (average)Years49.3
Principals' experience (in years)8
Principals believing that the teaching profession is valued in society (%)Percentage68.7
Principals who are satisfied with their job (%)96.2
Teachers having taken part in a formal induction programme (%)51
Teachers having a mentor assigned (%)13
Teachers who are mentors to another colleague (%)20.7
Teachers who undertook professional development in the last 12 months (%)
(f97.7
Teachers who report a high level of need to develop their ICT skills for teaching (%)9.3
Teachers who report a high level of need to develop the skills to teach students with special needs (%)
(f8.7
Teachers who report that feedback has increased the number of hours of professional development they undertake (%)36.6
Teachers who report that feedback has improved their teaching practice (%)52
Teachers working in schools that use some kind of formal appraisal (%)83.9
Teachers having their classrooms directly observed in schools with formal appraisal practices (%)
(f99.8
Teaching time per week (hours)Hours per week26.4
Individual time per week spent planning and preparing lessons (hours)7.5
Time spent marking and correcting work (hours per week)5.5
Class-time time spent on administrative tasks such as marking attendance (%)Percentage
(f7.3
Class-time spent on classroom management (%)
(f13.6
Class-time spent on actual teaching and learning tasks (%)
(f79
Teachers who believe they can help their students to value learning (%)79.2
Teachers who believe they can help their students to think critically (%)82.2
Teachers who believe that the teaching profession is valued in society (%)47
Teachers who are satisfied with their job (%)91.9
United KingdomEnglandPercentage of female teachers63.2
Mean age of teachersYears39.2
Average years of working experience as a teacher in total12.4
Completion of teacher education or training programme (%)Percentage91.9
Female principals (%)38.1
Age of principals (average)Years49.4
Principals' experience (in years)7.5
Principals believing that the teaching profession is valued in society (%)Percentage60.3
Principals who are satisfied with their job (%)94.2
Teachers having taken part in a formal induction programme (%)75.8
Teachers having a mentor assigned (%)19.1
Teachers who are mentors to another colleague (%)31.4
Teachers who undertook professional development in the last 12 months (%)
(f91.7
Teachers who report a high level of need to develop their ICT skills for teaching (%)7.7
Teachers who report a high level of need to develop the skills to teach students with special needs (%)
(f6.4
Teachers who report that feedback has increased the number of hours of professional development they undertake (%)28
Teachers who report that feedback has improved their teaching practice (%)48.1
Teachers working in schools that use some kind of formal appraisal (%)100
Teachers having their classrooms directly observed in schools with formal appraisal practices (%)
(f100
Teaching time per week (hours)Hours per week19.6
Individual time per week spent planning and preparing lessons (hours)7.8
Time spent marking and correcting work (hours per week)6.1
Class-time time spent on administrative tasks such as marking attendance (%)Percentage
(f6.7
Class-time spent on classroom management (%)
(f11.4
Class-time spent on actual teaching and learning tasks (%)
(f81.5
Teachers who believe they can help their students to value learning (%)87
Teachers who believe they can help their students to think critically (%)81.4
Teachers who believe that the teaching profession is valued in society (%)35.4
Teachers who are satisfied with their job (%)81.8
OECD - AveragePercentage of female teachers67
Mean age of teachersYears44
Average years of working experience as a teacher in total17
Completion of teacher education or training programme (%)Percentage89.2
Female principals (%)44.6
Age of principals (average)Years52.4
Principals' experience (in years)9.2
Principals believing that the teaching profession is valued in society (%)Percentage37.4
Principals who are satisfied with their job (%)95.7
Teachers having taken part in a formal induction programme (%)41.5
Teachers having a mentor assigned (%)9.5
Teachers who are mentors to another colleague (%)12.3
Teachers who undertook professional development in the last 12 months (%)
(f85.9
Teachers who report a high level of need to develop their ICT skills for teaching (%)19.9
Teachers who report a high level of need to develop the skills to teach students with special needs (%)
(f22.5
Teachers who report that feedback has increased the number of hours of professional development they undertake (%)41.5
Teachers who report that feedback has improved their teaching practice (%)58
Teachers working in schools that use some kind of formal appraisal (%)90.2
Teachers having their classrooms directly observed in schools with formal appraisal practices (%)
(f92.3
Teaching time per week (hours)Hours per week19.2
Individual time per week spent planning and preparing lessons (hours)6.7
Time spent marking and correcting work (hours per week)4.6
Class-time time spent on administrative tasks such as marking attendance (%)Percentage
(f7.8
Class-time spent on classroom management (%)
(f12.8
Class-time spent on actual teaching and learning tasks (%)
(f78.7
Teachers who believe they can help their students to value learning (%)77.7
Teachers who believe they can help their students to think critically (%)76.4
Teachers who believe that the teaching profession is valued in society (%)25.2
Teachers who are satisfied with their job (%)91.4
TALIS AveragePercentage of female teachers68.1
Mean age of teachersYears42.9
Average years of working experience as a teacher in total16.2
Completion of teacher education or training programme (%)Percentage89.8
Female principals (%)49.4
Age of principals (average)Years51.5
Principals' experience (in years)8.9
Principals believing that the teaching profession is valued in society (%)Percentage44
Principals who are satisfied with their job (%)95.6
Teachers having taken part in a formal induction programme (%)48.6
Teachers having a mentor assigned (%)12.8
Teachers who are mentors to another colleague (%)14.2
Teachers who undertook professional development in the last 12 months (%)
(f88.4
Teachers who report a high level of need to develop their ICT skills for teaching (%)18.9
Teachers who report a high level of need to develop the skills to teach students with special needs (%)
(f22.3
Teachers who report that feedback has increased the number of hours of professional development they undertake (%)45.8
Teachers who report that feedback has improved their teaching practice (%)62
Teachers working in schools that use some kind of formal appraisal (%)92.6
Teachers having their classrooms directly observed in schools with formal appraisal practices (%)
(f94.9
Teaching time per week (hours)Hours per week19.3
Individual time per week spent planning and preparing lessons (hours)7.1
Time spent marking and correcting work (hours per week)4.9
Class-time time spent on administrative tasks such as marking attendance (%)Percentage
(f8
Class-time spent on classroom management (%)
(f12.7
Class-time spent on actual teaching and learning tasks (%)
(f78.7
Teachers who believe they can help their students to value learning (%)80.7
Teachers who believe they can help their students to think critically (%)80.3
Teachers who believe that the teaching profession is valued in society (%)30.9
Teachers who are satisfied with their job (%)91.1
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Data extracted on 19 Apr 2019 00:27 UTC (GMT) from MyOECD

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