OECD has launched the report titled “Volume V: Collaborative Problem Solving: PISA results 2015” on November 21st 2017. The report is after the first ever assessment of collaborative problem-solving skills included in PISA 2015. OECD states that, in today’s increasingly interconnected world, people are often required to collaborate in order to achieve their goals whilst the students still typically learn individually. Schools will need to become better at preparing students to live and work in a world in which most people will need to trust and collaborate with other people. The report disseminates the results about the 51 countries that completed the test. The report can be accessed online or downloaded as PDF.
A public webinar was held with Andreas Schleicher, OECD Director for Education and Skills, about presenting the report’s findings. You may follow the 58 min webinar in Andreas Schleicher’s own voice, explaining the importance of the collaborative problem-solving. The webinar is also informative in the sense that the subject will become more important in future.
Turkey, with an unsatisfactory PISA performance is ranked 47th among 51 countries. This is even poorer compared to the results in other PISA subjects. This picture reveals once more that Turkey has a quality problem in education. In order to meet the target of becoming one of the top 10 economies by 2023, Turkey needs both more investment in education and serious reforms to improve its education system.
Date : 2017-12-07
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