Publication Date

5-2020

Subjects

Teaching effectiveness, Teacher improvement, School leaders, Professional development, Mentoring, Student engagement, Primary education, Curriculum implementation, Multimethod techniques, Timor Leste

Comments

This document has been prepared under the management of the Department of
Foreign Affairs and Trade (DFAT)’s Education Analytics Services (EAS).

Abstract

The interim reports present the findings from the first and second years of a multi-year study on Timor-Leste's Apoiu Lideransa liuhosi Mentoria no Aprendizajen (ALMA). The study focuses on understanding the extent to which education stakeholders, including school leaders and teachers, develop teaching knowledge and change teaching practice over time. It also explores the extent to which participation in the program leads to improvements in learning outcomes for students. This study is framed within the context of Timor-Leste's introduction of a new National Basic Education Curriculum.

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This work is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution 4.0 International License.

Place of Publication

Canberra, Australia

Publisher

Australian Government Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade

Geographic Subject

Timor Leste

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