3 jul. 2018

"La educación escolar en Euskadi. Informe 2015-2017" - "Hezkuntza Euskadin 2015-2017"



El Pleno del Consejo Escolar de Euskadi en su reunión de 28 de junio  ha aprobado el Informe "La educación escolar en Euskadi. Informe 2015-2017"


Euskadiko Eskola Kontseiluaren Osoko Bilkurak,  ekainaren 28ko bileran, onartu du txosten berria: "Hezkuntza Euskadin 2015-2017".

La alta inversión por alumno en CAV incide en equidad más que en excelencia


La Comunidad Autónoma Vasca (CAV) tiene un gasto por alumno que supera tanto la media española como la europea, pero dicha inversión no se corresponde con los resultados académicos que cabía esperar, ya que se destina, principalmente, a garantizar la equidad del sistema educativo y a que ningún alumno se quede atrás.
"La equidad es muy buena, pero en cuanto a la excelencia y a potenciar a los mejores nos queda mucho camino por recorrer", ha destacado la presidenta del Consejo Escolar de Euskadi, Nélida Zaitegi, durante la presentación del informe sobre educación escolar, referido a 2015-2017, elaborado por este organismo asesor.
Dicho informe recoge que el gasto medio por alumno en el País Vasco llegó a 9.862 euros -7.772 la media española y 9.721 la media europea-, pero los resultados de Euskadi en el Informe Pisa retrocedieron en 2015 y la evaluación diagnóstica de 2017 registró una "pérdida significativa" en euskera, matemáticas e inglés.

EBALUAZIO DIAGNOSTIKOA 2017 LA EVALUACIÓN DE DIAGNÓSTICO



SAILBURUAREN AURKEZPENA
SARRERA
1.    2017KO EBALUAZIO DIAGNOSTIKOA
2.    EMAITZA OROKORREN ETA ERRENDIMENDU MAILEN ARABERAKO BILAKAERA
3.    ONDORIO OROKORRAK
4.    EBALUAZIO DIAGNOSTIKOAK EMAITZA AKADEMIKOEKIN ALDERATUTA DUEN KOHERENTZIAREN AZTERKETA
5.    2013-2017 LUZETARAKO AZTERKETA

Laburpena
Ebaluazio diagnostikoaren zazpigarren edizioa, funts publikoekin finantzatutako ikastetxe guztietako ikasleen konpetentzia mailak ezagutzera bideratutako tresna. Oraingoan LHko 4. mailako eta DBHko 2. mailako ikasleek hartu dute parte. Haien euskarazko, gaztelaniazko eta ingelesezko komunikaziorako, matematikarako eta zientzietarako konpetentzien emaitzak aztertu dira.

Indice
PRESENTACIÓN DE LA CONSEJERA
INTRODUCCIÓN

1.    LA EVALUACIÓN DE DIAGNÓSTICO 2017
2.    EVOLUCIÓN DE LOS RESULTADOS GLOBALES Y POR NIVELES DE RENDIMIENTO
3.    CONCLUSIONES GLOBALES
4.    ANÁLISIS DE LA COHERENCIA DE LA ED CON LOS RESULTADOS ACADÉMICOS
5.    ESTUDIO LONGITUDINAL 2013-2017

Resumen
Séptima edición de la Evaluación de Diagnóstico, un instrumento dirigido a conocer los niveles competenciales del alumnado de todos los centros educativos sostenidos con fondos públicos. En esta ocasión ha participado el alumnado de 4º curso de Educación Primaria y 2º curso de Educación Secundaria Obligatoria, analizándose sus resultados en   comunicación lingüística (en euskera, castellano e inglés), y en las competencias matemática y científica.

Los alumnos vascos se han estancado, según una evaluación del Gobierno Vasco

El Departamento de Educación lleva a cabo cada dos años la evaluación diagnóstica a todos los alumnos de cuarto curso de Primaria y segundo de ESO. Los resultados de la última prueba de 2017, que hoy presenta la consejera de Educación en el Parlamento Vasco, no son buenos. Evidencian, cuando menos, un estancamiento. Los escolares de 9 y 10 años solo mejoran, y muy poco, en la competencia científica. Entre los alumnos más mayores, de 13 y 14 años, la evolución es algo más positiva: mantienen sus notas en euskera y ciencias, crecen modestamente en castellano y matemáticas y su mejor calificación es en inglés.


Urte hasieran jaiotakoek emaitza hobeak lortzen dituzte hezkuntzan


Ebaluazio diagnostikoaren emaitzak aurkeztu ditu Jaurlaritzak. Gorabehera txikiak ageri dira ikasgaietan. Azterketa zeharkakoa eginda, desberdintasun sozialen eragina nabarmena da.

12 jun. 2018

In which countries do the most highly qualified and experienced teachers teach in the most difficult schools?

In which countries do the most highly qualified and experienced teachers teach in the most difficult schools?

Most countries can do more to oversee how teachers are allocated to schools: they should not only monitor the number of teachers, but also keep a close eye on their qualifications, experience and effectiveness. Any teacher policy that aims to tackle student disadvantage should strive to allocate high-quality teachers, and not just more teachers, to underprivileged students.

30 may. 2018

Five myths about education, debunked

Five myths about education, debunked



One of the reasons why we get stuck in education is that our thinking is framed by so many myths. So I start my new book, World Class: Building a 21st-century school system, by debunking some of the most common.
  • “The poor will always do badly in school.” That’s not true: the 10% most disadvantaged kids in Shanghai do better in maths than the 10% most advantaged students in large American cities.
  • “Immigrants will lower the performance of a country on international comparisons.” That’s not true: there is no relationship between the share of immigrant students and the quality of an education system; and the school systems in which immigrant students settle matter a lot more than the country where they came from. 
  • “Smaller classes mean better results.” That’s not true: whenever high-performing education systems have to make a choice between a smaller class and a better teacher, they go for the latter. Often it is small classes that have created the Taylorist culture where teachers end up doing nothing other than teaching, and don’t have the time to support individual students, collaborate with other teaching professionals or work with parents – activities that are hallmarks of high-performing education systems. 
  • “More time spent learning always means better results.” That’s not true: students in Finland spend little more than around half the number of hours studying than what students in the United Arab Emirates spend; but students in Finland learn a lot in a short time, while students in the United Arab Emirates learn very little in a lot of time. 
  • “The results in PISA are merely a reflection of culture.” That’s not true: rapidly improving education systems did not change their culture but their education policies and practices

7 may. 2018

Estudio de la OCDE sobre la Resiliencia en alumnos inmigrantes

Estudio de la OCDE sobre la Resiliencia en alumnos inmigrantes

OECD Reviews of Migrant Education

The Resilience of Studentswith an Immigrant Background 

FACTORS THAT SHAPE WELL-BEING

Migration flows are profoundly changing the composition of classrooms. Results from the OECD Programme for International Student Assessment (PISA) reveal that in 2015, almost one in four 15-year-old students in OECD countries reported that they were either foreign-born or had at least one foreign-born parent. Between 2003 and 2015, the share of students who had either migrated or who had a parent who had migrated across international borders grew by six percentage points, on average across OECD countries.

The Resilience of Students with an Immigrant Background: Factors that Shape Well-being reveals some of the difficulties students with an immigrant background encounter and where they receive the support they need. The report provides an in-depth analysis of the risk and protective factors that can undermine or promote the resilience of immigrant students. It explores the role that education systems, schools and teachers can play in helping these students integrate into their communities, overcome adversity, and build their academic, social, emotional and motivational resilience.



Dixlesia y Lectura


¿Puede el cerebro de un/a niño/a o un/a adulto/a con dixlesia mejorar su capacidad lectora? La experta en dixlesia Guinevere Eden reflexiona sobre ello a la luz de las últimas investigaciones sobre la actividad cerebral durante el acto de lectura. Video: http://ow.ly/lq1w30jFAei


23 mar. 2018

Preparing teachers for 21st century challenges

Preparing teachers for 21st century challenges



This report shows how education systems can support teachers to meet these new demands and encourage a paradigm shift on what teaching and learning are about and how they should happen. Education systems need to create the conditions that encourage and enable innovation. They need to promote best practice through policies focused on professionalism, efficacy and effectiveness in order to help build teachers’ capacity for adopting new pedagogies. Due attention should also be paid to teachers’ sense of well-being so that classroom learning environments remain conducive to students’ own well-being and development.





20 mar. 2018

What can education systems do to support students with immigrant backgrounds?


What can education systems do to support students with immigrant backgrounds?


Many students with an immigrant background fail to achieve the academic, social and emotional outcomes that are comparable to those achieved by their native peers.

Despite the adversities they face, many students with an immigrant background actually overcome the various disadvantages that often accompany displacement, and display high levels of academic, social, emotional and motivational resilience. For example, as much as 49% of first-generation and 61% of second-generation immigrant students achieve at least baseline levels of proficiency in the three core PISA (Programme for International Student Assessment) subjects of reading, mathematics and science; and as much as 59% of first-generation and 63% of second-generation immigrant students report feeling a strong sense of belonging at school. Crucially, many students with an immigrant background appear to be motivated to make the most of their educational opportunities: 71% of both first- and second-generation immigrant students report high levels of achievement motivation.

Schools in many communities are already working to promote the resilience of students with an immigrant background, often jointly with other social service providers and civil society, and with direct financial and logistical support from national, regional or local governments. The Strength through Diversity project has been facilitating dialogue among countries through its dedicated Policy Forum series, but more can be done. This new OECD report can help educators build the resilience, and ease the integration, of all students with an immigrant background.

The Resilience of Students with an Immigrant Background

Factors that Shape Well-being