image MENTEP (Mentoring Technology-Enhanced Pedagogy) was a cross-country policy experimentation designed to test the impact of using a self-assessment tool on teachers’ digital pedagogical competency development.

Running between March 2015 and May 2018 and 7,391, teachers from 496 schools in 11 countries took part in the experiment, the largest randomised controlled trial (RCT) to date, by numbers of participating countries, on teacher training. This report presents an extensive and technical account of the counterfactual impact evaluation carried out in the framework of the MENTEP policy experimentation. It also presents the results of the field trials and the impact of the technology-enhanced teaching self-assessment tool (TET-SAT) produced and tested during the project.

Type
report
Author
IRVAPP and European Schoolnet
Year
2018
Audience
educational authorities, policy makers, teachers
Topics
Innovation
Related projects
MENTEP
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