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Learning from Local Practices : Improving Student Performance in West Bank and Gaza

ACCESS TO SCHOOLING ACHIEVEMENT LEVEL ACTIVE PARTICIPATION ADULTS ASSESSMENT TOOLS AVERAGE SCORE BEHAVIORAL CHANGE CLASS ACTIVITIES CLASS DISCUSSIONS CLASS TIME CLASSROOM CLASSROOM ACTIVITIES CLASSROOM EXPERIENCE CLASSROOM INSTRUCTION CLASSROOM LEVEL CLASSROOM MANAGEMENT CLASSROOM PERFORMANCE CLASSROOM PRACTICE CLASSROOM SPACE CLASSROOM TEACHER CLASSROOM TEACHING CLASSROOM TIME CLASSROOM VISITS CLASSROOMS COLLEGE DEGREE COLLEGE LEVEL COMMITMENT TO EDUCATION COMPUTER SOFTWARE COOPERATIVE LEARNING CRITICAL THINKING CROSS-FERTILIZATION CURRICULUM DEGREES EARLY CHILDHOOD EARLY CHILDHOOD DEVELOPMENT ECONOMICS OF EDUCATION EDUCATION DEVELOPMENT EDUCATION REFORM EDUCATION SECTOR EDUCATION SECTOR DEVELOPMENT EDUCATION STRATEGY EDUCATION SYSTEM EDUCATION SYSTEMS EDUCATIONAL ATTAINMENT EDUCATIONAL EXPENDITURES EDUCATIONAL EXPERIENCE EDUCATORS EFFECTIVE EDUCATION EFFECTIVE SCHOOLS EFFECTIVE TEACHERS EFFECTIVE TEACHING EIGHTH GRADE STUDENTS ELEMENTARY TEACHERS ELEMENTS ENROLLMENT RATES ENROLLMENT RATIO ENROLMENT RATE ENROLMENT RATES ENROLMENTS EXAM EXPENDITURES EXTRACURRICULAR ACTIVITIES FIELD WORK FRIENDLY SCHOOL GENERAL EDUCATION GIRLS GRADE LEVELS GRADE SCIENCE GROSS ENROLLMENT GROSS ENROLLMENT RATIO HIGH SCHOOL HIGHER EDUCATION HIGHER GRADES HIGHER LEARNING HIGHER LEVELS OF EDUCATION HIGHER STUDENT LEARNING HUMAN DEVELOPMENT HUMAN RESOURCES INSTRUCTIONAL TIME INTERACTIVE LEARNING INTERVENTIONS JOB SATISFACTION KNOWLEDGE BASE LABOUR MARKET LEADERSHIP LEARNING LEARNING IMPACTS LEARNING MATERIALS LEARNING OUTCOMES LESSON PLANNING LESSON PLANS LEVEL OF STUDENT ACHIEVEMENT LEVELS OF EDUCATION LITERATURE LOW-INCOME STUDENTS MALE STUDENTS MATHEMATICS MINISTRY OF EDUCATION NATIONAL ASSESSMENT NATIONAL ASSESSMENTS NATIONAL EXAMINATION SYSTEM NATIONAL EXAMS NUMBER OF SCHOOLS NUMBER OF STUDENTS NUTRITION OFFICIAL CURRICULUM PARENT EDUCATION PARENT PARTICIPATION PARENTAL INVOLVEMENT PARENTAL SUPPORT PARTICIPATION OF STUDENTS PEER TUTORING PERFORMANCE IN MATH PERFORMANCE INDICATORS PHYSICAL ABUSE PHYSICAL EDUCATION PRIVATE INSTITUTIONS PROBLEM SOLVING PROFESSIONAL CAPITAL PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT PUBLIC EXPENDITURE PUBLIC SCHOOL PUBLIC SCHOOLS QUALITY EDUCATION QUALITY INSTRUCTION QUALITY OF TEACHING QUALITY TEACHING READING REFUGEES RESEARCH LITERATURE RESEARCHERS RURAL SCHOOL SALARY INCREASES SCHOOL ACTIVITIES SCHOOL ADMINISTRATION SCHOOL AGED CHILDREN SCHOOL BUILDING SCHOOL BUILDINGS SCHOOL CLASSROOMS SCHOOL COMMITTEES SCHOOL COMMUNITY SCHOOL CULTURE SCHOOL DIRECTORS SCHOOL DUTIES SCHOOL ENROLMENT SCHOOL ENVIRONMENT SCHOOL FACILITIES SCHOOL IMPROVEMENT SCHOOL INFRASTRUCTURE SCHOOL LEADERS SCHOOL LEARNING SCHOOL MANAGEMENT SCHOOL MAPPING SCHOOL MATERIALS SCHOOL PERFORMANCE SCHOOL PRINCIPALS SCHOOL PROJECTS SCHOOL SCIENCE SCHOOL SPACE SCHOOL SUPPORT SCHOOL SYSTEM SCHOOL SYSTEMS SCHOOL YEAR SCHOOLS SCIENCE INSTRUCTION SECONDARY EDUCATION SERVICE TRAINING SPORTS STUDENT ACHIEVEMENT STUDENT ASSESSMENT STUDENT ATTAINMENT STUDENT ENGAGEMENT STUDENT INVOLVEMENT STUDENT LEARNING STUDENT LEARNING OUTCOMES STUDENT OUTCOMES STUDENT PARTICIPATION STUDENT PERFORMANCE STUDENT POPULATION STUDENT POPULATIONS STUDENT SCORES STUDENT SUPPORT SUBJECT KNOWLEDGE SUBJECT MATTER SUBJECTS TEACHER TEACHER CERTIFICATION TEACHER EDUCATION TEACHER MONITORING TEACHER PER SCHOOL TEACHER PERFORMANCE TEACHER PREPARATION TEACHER STANDARDS TEACHER SUPPORT TEACHER TEACHER TEACHER TRAINING TEACHERS TEACHING METHODS TEACHING TECHNIQUES TERMS OF STUDENT PERFORMANCE TEST SCORES TRAINING ACTIVITIES TRAINING OF TEACHERS TRAINING PROGRAMS TYPES OF SCHOOLS VISUAL AIDS
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World Bank, Washington, DC
Middle East and North Africa | West Bank and Gaza
2014-09-09T18:57:17Z | 2014-09-09T18:57:17Z | 2014-06-12

The motivation for this study is to contribute to the preparation of the new Palestinian Education Strategy by shedding light on the school and classroom level factors that influence student learning, and to identify good practices that can be generalized from high-performing classrooms to those that need improvement. While most Palestinian children are in school, performance on assessments indicates that many of them are not learning as much as they could. This represents not only inefficiency in the use of public resources, but also a lost opportunity for individual students and the society as a whole. The current study was carried out by the Assessment and Evaluation Department (AED) of the Palestinian Ministry of Education and Higher Education (MoEHE) with technical and financial support from the World Bank. The analysis presented in this paper was prepared by the World Bank team as a complement to a previous paper prepared by a team of experts from AED. For the purposes of this study, schools were classified by student performance in TIMSS 2011 and the 2012 Palestinian national exams. Classroom and school-based tools were then used to gather information from both high and low-performing schools. A total of 122 public, private and United Nations Relief and Works Agency for Palestine Refugees in the Near East (UNRWA) schools were surveyed using four different instruments: (i) stalling's classroom observations; (ii) school leadership survey; (iii) teacher survey; and, (iv) school facilities survey, which are all provided in annex one.

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