The report offers a detailed description of teaching practices at primary and secondary school levels. Using survey data, it details the frequency of teaching practices and establishes relationships between certain practices and students’ achievement and school learning conditions. The main categories of teaching practices addressed include: 1) General and content-specific instructional practices; 2) The use of informational technology (ICT); 3) Teacher collaborative practices; and 4) Characteristics of the school learning environment at the classroom, school and educational system levels.
JRC-CRELL (2015). ‘Teaching Practices in Primary and Secondary Schools in Europe: Insights from Large-Scale Assessments in Education’, JRC Science and Policy Report.