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Education in Estonia:
PISA & digital turn
Mart Laanpere, PhD
Senior researcher
Centre for Educational Technology
Tallinn U...
Call me Mart
O I am third-generation mathematics
teacher
O Principal of a rural K-12 school 1992 –
1996
O Researcher in th...
Population: 1.3 Million
Size: 45 227 km²
Capital: Tallinn
Language: Estonian
Ethnic Estonians: 69%
Member of EU: 2004
Curr...
INFORMATION SOCIETY INDICATORS
O Over 80% of families have at home computer
and broadband connection, independent to their...
30%70%
Educational statistics (OECD)
Succes in OECD PISA
2009
World / Europe
2012
World / Europe
2015
World / Europe
Maths 17 7 11 3-6 9 2
Reading 13 5 11 3-6 ...
PISA results 2015
O Results in Russian-speaking schools
have improved, but still lagging behind
O Gender differences: boys...
In addition
O Estonian pupils are the most active users of e-
school and school web site
O 90% of Estonian pupils feel con...
Explaining our success in PISA
O High autonomy of schools
O Highly qualified teachers
O Schools provide equal opportunitie...
Your impressions?
O Based on your impressions today, how would
you explain the success of Estonian schools in
PISA?
www.hm...
Digital turn in
Estonian schools
Towards 1:1 computing and new
learning paradigm
Technology generation shifts
InshopInschool
?
Old and new pedagogies
Tech
use
Pedagogical
capacity
Content knowledge
Master required
content
Outcome:
Content
mastery
Ol...
Helsinki University: future
classroom
Thank you!
O Questions?
O Evaluation form:
www.surveymonkey.com/r/Benchmarking16-17
Shortened: goo.gl/6EoGMq
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Education system in Estonia: PISA and Digital Turn

  1. 1. Education in Estonia: PISA & digital turn Mart Laanpere, PhD Senior researcher Centre for Educational Technology Tallinn University
  2. 2. Call me Mart O I am third-generation mathematics teacher O Principal of a rural K-12 school 1992 – 1996 O Researcher in the Centre for Educational Technology, Tallinn University since 2003 O Research interests: digital competences, pedagogy-driven design of online learning environments, digital textbooks, online assessment, smart schoolhouse, learning analytics, didactics of informatics mart.laanpere.eu
  3. 3. Population: 1.3 Million Size: 45 227 km² Capital: Tallinn Language: Estonian Ethnic Estonians: 69% Member of EU: 2004 Currency: Euro (2011) GDP per capita: 29 543 USD Public debt: 9% of GDP Unemployment: 6% Exports: machinery 21%, wood 9%, metals 9%, furniture 7%, food 4%
  4. 4. INFORMATION SOCIETY INDICATORS O Over 80% of families have at home computer and broadband connection, independent to their SES O 95% of income tax declarations submitted online, 99% bank transfers made online O Online elections since 2005, over 30% e-voted in 2015 parliamentary elections O iBanking, eHealth, ePolice, ePrescription, eSchool O eResidency: https://e-estonia.com/e-residents O Internet as a human right, free public wifi (500+ access points provided by municipalities) e-estonia.com
  5. 5. 30%70%
  6. 6. Educational statistics (OECD)
  7. 7. Succes in OECD PISA 2009 World / Europe 2012 World / Europe 2015 World / Europe Maths 17 7 11 3-6 9 2 Reading 13 5 11 3-6 6 3 Science 9 2 6 2 3 1 The place of Estonia in the PISA ranking list (global and EU level)
  8. 8. PISA results 2015 O Results in Russian-speaking schools have improved, but still lagging behind O Gender differences: boys are much worse in reading, but slightly better in maths O Equal opportunities: socio-economic status does not affect the results, school compensates O The share of low-performing students is the smallest in Europe
  9. 9. In addition O Estonian pupils are the most active users of e- school and school web site O 90% of Estonian pupils feel content with their life O Only 14% on the level 5-6 in maths (55% in Shanghai, yet OECD average is 8%) O Students have generally positive attitude towards school O Qualified, but ageing teachers (avg 47 y), radical gender imbalance among teachers
  10. 10. Explaining our success in PISA O High autonomy of schools O Highly qualified teachers O Schools provide equal opportunities, no difference between urban and rural schools O More books at home O Metacognitive learning strategies applied O Increase in educational expenditures O Very few new immigrants
  11. 11. Your impressions? O Based on your impressions today, how would you explain the success of Estonian schools in PISA? www.hm.ee/en/activities/statistics-and-analysis/pisa O In case you are interested in comparing your national curriculum with the Estonian one: www.hm.ee/en/national-curricula
  12. 12. Digital turn in Estonian schools Towards 1:1 computing and new learning paradigm
  13. 13. Technology generation shifts InshopInschool ?
  14. 14. Old and new pedagogies Tech use Pedagogical capacity Content knowledge Master required content Outcome: Content mastery OldNew Outcome: Deep learning Teacher Pupil Discover and master content together Pedagogical capacity Create and use new knowledge in the world Ubiquitous technology (Fullan 2013)
  15. 15. Helsinki University: future classroom
  16. 16. Thank you! O Questions? O Evaluation form: www.surveymonkey.com/r/Benchmarking16-17 Shortened: goo.gl/6EoGMq

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