TALIS stands for Teaching and Learning International Survey.
The study, which is held periodically every five years, was first conducted in 2008 (the last application was in 2013 with the participation of more than 38 countries).
Provide the opportunity for teachers and school leaders to participate in the evaluation and improvement of education by sharing their views on the learning environment.
Benefit from the results of other countries participating in the study and the programs used to develop the educational environment.
Measure the level of the current educational environment and measure the impact of development programs compared to the results of the study in the previous course.
Support decision-makers in education with indicators and results analyzed and derived from the opinions and experiences of actual practitioners in the educational environment.
Teachers and school leaders.
Participating countries contribute to the preparation of the general framework of the study and the drafting of its content under the supervision and management of the Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development. Each participating country is also responsible for translating and adapting the content of the tools and implementing the study on the sample and representative schools of the country. The study tools can be limited to:
(1) Questionnaire of the school leader.
(2) Questionnaire of the school teacher.
Each questionnaire is 45-60 minutes long and contains about 60 key multiple-choice questions.
Holding the study in Saudi Arabia:
The study was conducted for the first time in Saudi Arabia in 2018, where the pilot implementation of the study was held from 13 to 20 March 2018, with the participation of 20 schools in the intermediate stage, distributed throughout the Kingdom, according to the following data:
20 School Leaders.
The actual implementation of the study was held from May 1 to 15, 2018, with the participation of 199 schools in the intermediate stage, distributed over the regions of the Kingdom, according to the following data:
199 School Leaders.