Teaching with Tech: the role of education unions in shaping the future

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Education International

On a global and aggregate scale, 43% of the responses confirm that teachers’ performance has been assessed using digital technologies. A slightly higher percentage (45%) believes this does not occur. Broken down to the regional level, we see quite a mixed pattern of responses with the largest share of affirmative responses coming from Asia-Pacific and North America and the Caribbean: Africa Asia-Pacific Europe Latin America North America & the Caribbean

100 %

90%

80%

No

70%

60%

50%

40%

30%

20%

10%

0%

Yes

Don’t know

Figure 27. Regional breakdown of instances where digital technologies have been used to assess teachers’ performance in percent

The lowest use of digital assessment tools is found in Africa and Europe.

Q28: If yes, how do teachers view these assessment systems? 40% 30%

27%

38%

Negatively

N/A

23%

20%

13%

10% 0%

Positively

Neutral

Figure 28. Global aggregate for how teachers view assessment systems in percent Options

% responses

Nr responses

Positively

23%

16

Neutral

13%

9

Negatively

27%

19

N/A

38%

27

Answered

71

Table 13. Global aggregate for how teachers view assessment systems in absolute numbers 36