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Teacher professionalism domains The provision of quality, professional teaching staff is essential for equipping students with important life skills. The new report, Supporting Teacher Professionalism, uses results from TALIS 2013 to provide insight into how to support teacher professionalism. It conceptualises teacher professionalism as being comprised of three domains: • Knowledge base. This is necessary knowledge for teaching and includes formal teacher education, and whether the teacher has incentives for professional development (e.g. receives time release during professional hours) and participates in professional development. • Autonomy. This is defined as teachers’ decision-making power over aspects related to their work, such as: content, course offerings, discipline practices, assessment and materials. • Peer networks. These are defined as opportunities for the information exchange and support needed to maintain high standards of teaching. They include: participation in induction and mentoring programmes, network of teachers, receiving feedback from direct observations.


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