www.hg0188.comTALIS aims to collect trend data covering educational key issues every five years using a cross-sectional design. The study also seeks to gather data concerning relevant contemporary policy issues that emerge from one cycle to the next.
Following the successful implementation of TALIS 2008 and 2013 by an IEA-led partnership between the IEA and in Ottawa, Canada, the consortium for TALIS 2018 was expanded, and now also includes the in Melbourne, Australia.
www.hg0188.comAs the international study center for OECD TALIS, IEA manages communication and collaboration between the consortium partners, as well as with the study’s national project managers and their teams.
www.hg0188.comIEA also implements or coordinates all survey operations tasks, such as sampling; translation and verification; development of manuals, guidelines, and software; monitoring of data collection; and international data processing and analysis. IEA furthermore provides consultation and training services in the participating countries in various fields, including national sampling design, field operations, data management, and data analysis, and in relation to general methodological and statistical issues.
www.hg0188.comThe consortium’s scope of work with regard to TALIS 2018 also includes the conceptual development of the survey as well as convening and chairing the questionnaire expert group (QEG). The QEG has been commissioned with developing the study’s framework, questionnaires, and analysis plan in preparation for the intended reporting of study findings in June 2019.