Professor Low Ee Ling invited as expert to TALIS study

Professor Low Ee Ling invited as expert to TALIS study

Date
Monday, 22 May 2017

22May2017_TALIS
The OECD expert panel, from left to right: Mr Kjetil Helgeland (Analyst, OECD), Dr Emily Rainey (Postdoctoral research fellow and co-director of Clinical Rounds at the School of Education, University of Michigan, United States of America), Professor Michael Day (Emeritus Professor, University of Roehampton), Professor Low Ee Ling (Head, Strategic Planning and Academic Quality), Ms Hannah von Ahlefeld (Analyst and Project Lead, OECD), Mr Rob Mcintosh (Education consultant).

Professor Low Ee Ling was invited by the Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development (OECD) as an international expert to participate in the Teaching and Learning International Survey (TALIS) Initial Teacher Preparation study. She was a part of a global expert panel who conducted a 5-day review in Australia, 22–26 May 2017. The team analysed the country’s initial teacher preparation system and studied the effectiveness of its policies and initiatives to attract talents into its initial teacher preparation programmes and the profession in general, including the support structures for beginning teachers.