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  • OECD OFFERS A COHERENT APPROACH TO EDUCATIONMain objective is to help OECD countries to improve the quality, equity and efficiency of their educational systems This objective is achieved throughStatistics and indicators e.g., EDUCATION AT A GLANCE, TALISAssessment of education policy and of educational systems and development of policy advice and recommendations through: Policy-related thematic reviews (e.g. Tertiary Education, Vocational Education and Training and Migrant Education ), which involve country reviews and cross-country analysis Country reviews and case studies on specific issues (e.g. Teacher Evaluation in Portugal, Tertiary Education in the Czech Republic, Improving the Quality of Education in Mexico)IMHE work with Higher Education Institutions and reviews of HE and regional developmentAnalysis of learning outcomes and skills e.g. PISA, PIAAC, AHELOInnovation and forward looking e.g. CERI’s work on NEW MILLENIUM LEARNERS, INNOVATIVE LEARNING ENVIRONMENTS as well as CELE’s work on learning environments and buildings
  • The oecd centre for educational research and innovation cidree presentation

    1. 1. The OECD Centre for Educational Research and Innovation Dirk Van Damme Head of CERI – OECD/EDU
    2. 2. Why OECD focus on education? Education contributes to:  economic and social development  innovation and sustainable growth  social mobility and mitigating inequalities Main OECD goal: to help countries to improve the quality, equity, effectiveness and efficiency of their educational systems
    3. 3. An integrated approach to education Statistics & indicators Education policy Assessing Learning outcomes Research & Innovation CERI TALIS PIAAC Education at a Glance Institutional Management in Higher Education AHELO Thematic & Country reviews CELE PISA
    4. 4. Innovation and research: CERI Centre for Educational Research and Innovation • Established in 1968; 40th anniversary in 2008 • Mission: forward-looking research on education at all levels (micro, meso, macro), with special focus on innovation in teaching and learning
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    6. 6. CERI – some basic facts • Relies on its own ear-marked budget from members plus voluntary contributions, diverse sources • Aims to inform long-term policy development by: – generating forward-looking research analyses and syntheses; – identifying and stimulating educational innovation; – promoting international exchange of knowledge and experience • Approx. 20 staff based in Paris • Programme overseen by a Governing Board of all Member countries, meets bi-annually 6
    7. 7. CERI’s 40 years • 1970s: equality in education, innovation in educational management, curriculum development, recurrent education • 1980s – 1990s: indicators, technology, youth/youth unemployment, environmental education • 1990s: futures (schooling, HE), learning, knowledge/the knowledge economy, the international dimension • 2000s: gradual shift of focus to innovation 7
    8. 8. Examples of CERI work • Analysis of mobility and internationalisation in higher education • In context of debate on the GATS and trade in education services • Leading to Guidelines, adopted by OECD and UNESCO (2005) • Other publications and quality assurance and recognition
    9. 9. Examples of CERI work Schooling for tomorrow • Long-term project on future’s thinking on schooling • Many products and outputs, such as – Demand-sensitive schooling (2006) – Personalising education (2006) – Innovating to learn, learning to innovate (2008)
    10. 10. Examples of CERI work Learning sciences and brain research • Attempt to integrate findings from emerging brain sciences into learning sciences • Successful publication Understanding the brain: the birth of a learning science (2007)
    11. 11. Examples of CERI work Systemic Innovation in VET • Based on country reports • Introducing a new model of systemic innovation in education • Applied to the VET sector • Twin-project with ‘Learning for jobs’ • Other work on SI: Beyond textbooks, digital learning resources (2009)
    12. 12. Examples of CERI work University Futures • Futures thinking on higher education • Development of scenario’s for the future of higher education • 3 major publications on Demography, Globalisation and Technology
    13. 13. Examples of CERI work Knowledge management in education • Analysis of educational R&D • Project on evidence-based policy and practice in education
    14. 14. Examples of CERI work Social Outcomes of Learning • Project to analyse and measure the non- economic returns of education • Leading to new indicator in EAG • Links to Stiglitz Commission and work on progress of societies • Final report 2010
    15. 15. Programme of Work 2009-10 • INES: EAG, TALIS, VET • Innovation Strategy for Education • Teacher Education for Diversity • Educational R&D indicators • New Millennium Learners • Innovative Learning Environments • Globalisation and Linguistic Competences • Market Mechanisms in Education 15
    16. 16. CERI work 2009-10 Teacher Education for Diversity • Following OECD work on migration, analysis of PISA results for migrants • Need to focus on teachers and diversity challenges in classrooms • Final report 2010
    17. 17. CERI work 2009-10 New Millennium Learners • Work on the impact of technology on learning and performance • Analysis of PISA data in relation to technology use, leading to focus on ‘second digital divide’ • Final report on Connected Minds 17
    18. 18. CERI work 2009-10 Innovative Learning Environments • Work on micro-context of innovative teaching and learning arrangements • Synthesis of learning sciences research • In-depth analysis in cases 18
    19. 19. CERI work 2009-10 Innovation Strategy – Human Capital Strand • CERI responsible in horizontal OECD project for ‘skills for innovation’ and ‘innovation of education’ • Broader and more skills oriented approach to innovation 19
    20. 20. CERI PWB 2011-12 • Innovation Strategy for Education and Training • Effective Teaching Strategies – Including Learning through Technology • Innovative Learning Environments • Governing Complex Education Systems – Including Knowledge Options • Education and Social Progress • Education at a Glance • Dissemination and Knowledge Mobilisation 20
    21. 21. CERI work 2009-10 21
    22. 22. Some concluding comments • Impact of the crisis on educational research • Funding difficulties • Relations to member countries • OECD new members and EE5 • …
    23. 23. 23 Thank you !