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Schulpsychologen ...

„In Kopenhagen, Zürich oder den USA ist ein Schulpsychologe für 700 bis 1000 Schüler zuständig, hier in Berlin sind es 4000 bis 5000.“

Klaus Seyfried, Leiter des Schulpsychologischen Beratungszentrums Tempelhof-Schöneberg in Berlin, Tagesspiegel online am 4. Juli 2016

 

Notwendigkeit von ausreichend bedarfsgerechter sozialarbeiterischer Tätigkeit ...

„Nicht zuletzt durch die aktuelle Flüchtlingssituation wurde die Notwendigkeit von ausreichend bedarfsgerechter sozialarbeiterischer Tätigkeit an Schulen im vergangenen Jahr evidenter denn je.“

ÖIF (Hrsg.), „Integrationsbericht 2016“ (2016), S. 47

 

Lack of administrative support staff will make it difficult to give schools greater autonomy in Austria ...

Österreich: „The lack of administrative support staff will make it difficult to give schools greater autonomy as this implies more tasks and responsibilities for school leaders.“

OECD (Hrsg.), „OECD Reviews of School Resources – Austria“ (2016), S. 187

 

Special teacher assigned to each school in Finland ...

„In Finland, for example, a special teacher who is specifically trained to work with struggling students is assigned to each school and works closely with teachers to identify students who need extra help. Multi-professional care groups, consisting of the school principal, special education teacher, the school nurse, the school psychologist, a social worker, teachers and parents, meet periodically to discuss individual students’ learning progress.“

OECD (Hrsg.), „OECD Reviews of School Resources – Austria“ (2016), S. 143

 

By far the worst ratio of administrative staff among TALIS countries for Austrian lower secondary principals ...

Österreich: „According to lower secondary principals’ reports, there was one administrative or managerial staff available for about 23 teachers, compared to a TALIS average ratio of 1 to 8, by far the worst ratio among participating countries. When looking at the ratio of administrative staff to students, the picture is similar. In Austria, there was one administrative or managerial staff for 221 students.“

OECD (Hrsg.), „OECD Reviews of School Resources – Austria“ (2016), S. 171

 

Group of staff assess the success of individual classrooms in Finland ...

Finnland: „Each school has a group of staff that meets twice a month to assess the success of individual classrooms and potential concerns within classrooms. This group, comprising the principal, the school nurse, the special education teacher, the school psychologist, a social worker, and the classroom teachers, determines whether problems exist, as well as how to rectify them.“

Weltbank (Hrsg.), „How Shanghai Does It“ (2016), S. 64

 

Worst ratio of pedagogical support for Austrian principals of any country in the survey

Österreich: „According to school principals’ reports, in 2008 there was one pedagogical support worker for 24 teachers, compared to a ratio of 1 to 13 on average across countries participating in the survey. This was the worst ratio of any country in the survey …“

OECD (Hrsg.), „OECD Reviews of School Resources – Austria“ (2016), S. 176

 

One pedagogical support staff for 263 students in Austria ...

„There was one pedagogical support staff for 263 students in Austria. This was, however, still much less than in various other countries like Denmark, Hungary, Norway and Poland. In Norway, the country with the lowest ratio, there was one pedagogical support worker for 78 students.“

OECD (Hrsg.), „OECD Reviews of School Resources – Austria“ (2016), S. 176

 

In Austria school principals and teachers have to take over many of the related tasks ...

Österreich: „School principals and teachers have to take over many of the related tasks. This takes away time and focus for teaching and learning, which teachers generally value very highly.“

OECD (Hrsg.), „OECD Reviews of School Resources – Austria“ (2016), S. 186

 

Lack of administrative support staff in Austria ...

Österreich: „The lack of administrative support staff will make it difficult to give schools greater autonomy as this implies more tasks and responsibilities for school leaders.“

OECD (Hrsg.), „OECD Reviews of School Resources – Austria“ (2016), S. 187

 

The lack of pedagogical support staff ...

Österreich: „The lack of pedagogical support staff is also of concern considering the apparent problem of bullying in schools. According to data from the World Health Organization’s (WHO) Health Behaviour in School-aged Children survey for 2009/10, 40 % of children aged 11, 13 and 15 reported having been bullied at school at least once in the past couple of months.“

OECD (Hrsg.), „OECD Reviews of School Resources – Austria“ (2016), S. 176

 

In 2010, 23.3 percent of comprehensive school students in Finland received extra instruction ...

„In 2010, 23.3 percent of comprehensive school students in Finland received extra instruction from a school-based Special Needs Education Teacher in the subjects in which the student needed help. Of this group, 12 percent received aid for a speech disorder, 40.5 percent received help in reading or writing, 23.7 percent for learning difficulties in mathematics, 9 percent for learning difficulties in foreign languages, 5.5 percent for adjustment difficulties or emotional disorders, and 8.9 percent for other learning difficulties.“

Weltbank (Hrsg.), „How Shanghai Does It“ (2016), S. 64

 

In Finnland werden Lernschwächen viel früher diagnostiziert ...

„In Finnland werden Lernschwächen viel früher diagnostiziert und auch behandelt. Dazu gibt es Unterstützungspersonal wie Logopäden, Sozialarbeiter oder Psychologen.“

Univ.-Prof. DDr. Christiane Spiel, Kurier online am 9. Juli 2015

 

As many non-teaching adults as there are teachers in U.S. public schools ...

USA: „It may be surprising to learn that there are as many non-teaching adults as there are teachers in U.S. public schools.“

www.brookings.edu am 14. Jänner 2015

 

Number of support staff in schools more than doubled in the United Kingdom in ten years ...

„The number of support staff in schools more than doubled in the United Kingdom in ten years, from 134 000 in 1997 to 346 000 in 2009, with teaching assistants representing 52 % of this group.“

Francesc Masdeu Navarro, „Learning support staff: A literature review“ (2015), S. 8

 

United Kingdom and the United States have the highest average ratio of support staff ...

„The United Kingdom and the United States have the highest average ratio of support staff, with 15.5 teacher aides and teaching/research assistants per 1 000 students. These two countries have experienced significant increases of learning support staff in recent years.“

Francesc Masdeu Navarro, „Learning support staff: A literature review“ (2015), S. 8

 

Each school has at least one special teacher in Finland ...

Finnland: „Each school has at least one special teacher, trained to help struggling students. The special teacher is tasked with early identification and intervention, helped by a multi-professional care group consisting of the principal, the special teacher, the school nurse, the school psychologist, a social worker and the class teacher.“

Jon Kristian Pareliussen u. a., „Skills and Inclusive Growth in Sweden“ (2015), S. 20

 

Teacher Assistants have a positive impact on students' learning and behaviour ...

Teacher Assistants (TAs): „Teacher surveys and systematic observations also showed that TAs had a positive impact on students’ learning and behaviour, particularly in terms of improving students’ attitudes, behaviour and social skills, allowing individualisation and differentiation of tasks, and increasing classroom engagement and interaction with adults.“

Francesc Masdeu Navarro, „Learning support staff: A literature review“ (2015), S. 31

 

Significant improvements in learning in literacy and numeracy due to support staff in England ...

„Two recent randomised controlled trials conducted in England by the Education Endowment Foundation found significant improvements in learning in literacy and numeracy due to intervention programmes based on the use of learning support staff.“

Francesc Masdeu Navarro, „Learning support staff: A literature review“ (2015), S. 32f

 

Support staff made a positive impact on student learning in Denmark ...

„Several randomised controlled trials conducted in Denmark indicate that learning support staff made a positive impact on student learning.“

Francesc Masdeu Navarro, „Learning support staff: A literature review“ (2015), S. 33

 

Support staff have become an essential part of the education workforce in many countries ...

„In the last two decades, learning support staff have become an essential part of the education workforce in many countries […] The work of these staff can reduce pressure on the teacher in relation to classroom management by helping the teacher cope with student misbehaviour, thus creating a more productive classroom atmosphere.“

Francesc Masdeu Navarro, „Learning support staff: A literature review“ (2015), S. 38

 

United Kingdom and the States have the highest average ratio of support staff ...

„The United Kingdom and the States have the highest average ratio of support staff, with 15.5 teacher aides and teaching/research assistants per 1 000 students. These two countries have experienced significant increases of learning support staff in recent years.“

Francesc Masdeu Navarro, „Learning support staff: A literature review“ (2015), S. 8

 

Englands Supportpersonal ...

Englands Supportpersonal: „Their tasks usually include, for example, preparing material and equipment for lessons and working with small groups of students or individual students that need extra support due to instructional or behavioural challenges, which may happen in or out of a class. Their tasks can also include work with children with special educational needs. Teachers often may count with more than one teaching assistant in the classroom.“

Gabriela Moriconi u. a., „Supporting teachers and schools to promote positive student behaviour in England and Ontario (Canada)“ (2015), S. 37

 

Each school has at least one special teacher ...

Finnland: „Each school has at least one special teacher, trained to help struggling students. The special teacher is tasked with early identification and intervention, helped by a multi-professional care group consisting of the principal, the special teacher, the school nurse, the school psychologist, a social worker and the class teacher.“

OECD (Hrsg.), „OECD Economic Surveys – Sweden“ (2015), S. 102

 

Austria ranks poorly in the OECD ...

„Austria ranks poorly in the OECD when it comes to professionals able to dispense pedagogical support.“

OECD (Hrsg.), „Mental Health and Work: Austria“ (2015), S. 18

 

In Austria, there is one teaching support professional for every 24 teachers ...

„In Austria, there is one teaching support professional for every 24 teachers, compared to an average of 1/14 and even 1/7 in countries like Australia, Hungary, Poland and the Nordic countries. In Austria the typical school thus has only one support professional, compared with six in Denmark or Norway, for example.“

OECD (Hrsg.), „Mental Health and Work: Austria“ (2015), S. 124

 

In Österreich kommen im Schnitt 29 Lehrer/innen auf eine pädagogisch unterstützende Kraft ...

„In Österreich kommen im Schnitt 29 Lehrer/innen auf eine pädagogisch unterstützende Kraft, das bedeutet damit im OECD-/EU-Vergleich das schlechteste Verhältnis. [...] In den allgemeinbildenden höheren Schulen kommt auf 51 Lehrer/innen nur eine Unterstützungskraft, in den Hauptschulen ist dies das Verhältnis von 1:24.“

BIFIE (Hrsg.), „Nationaler Bildungsbericht Österreich 2012“ (2013), Band 1, S. 58

 

Every school has a special teacher and pupil support group ...

Finnland: „Every school has a special teacher and pupil support group who support the classroom teacher and intervene early on if any child shows signs of falling behind.“

Asia Society (Hrsg.), „Improving Teacher Quality Around the World: The International Summit on the Teaching Profession“ (2011), S. 8