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Day 1: Wednesday 13 March 2013
Opening
 
10:00 – 13:00
Summit Registration
 
12:30 – 13:00
Coffee/tea
 
13:00 – 13:20
Welcome and Overview    
Anthony MacKay, Moderator
Jet Bussemaker, Dutch Minister of Education, Culture and Science
Fred van Leeuwen, Secretary General Education International
Barbara Ischinger, Director Education and Skills OECD
13:20 - 14:25
Reflections on ISTP 2012
Reflections on ISTP 2012 based on the input of the participating countries
14:25- 15:10
Framing the themes of the 2013 summit         
Jet Bussemaker, Dutch Minister of Education, Culture and Science
Andreas Schleicher, OECD
John Bangs, Education International 
15:10 – 15:30
Coffee break
 
Session 1:
How is teacher quality defined by policy makers, the teaching profession and society? What standards are set and by whom?
 
15:30 –15:35
Teacher intermezzo
 
15:35 – 15:55
15:55 – 16:35
2 country examples
Discussion with delegations  
  Sweden & USA
16:35 – 16:45
Teacher intermezzo
 
16:45 – 17:20
 17:20 – 17:30
Discussion with attendees
Rapporteur summary

 Linda Darling-Hammond                                   
Evening Programme
 
From 18:15
By canal boat from the hotels to the National Maritime Museum
18:30- 19:30
Arrival at the National Maritime Museum (Scheepvaartmuseum).
19:30 - 22:00
Dinner for all the participants at the National Maritime Museum.
Welcome and speech by the Dutch State Secretary Sander Dekker.
22:00
Return to the hotels by bus
Day 2: Thursday 14 March 2013
Breakfast
 
07:30 – 08:30
Breakfast for all participants at Beurs van Berlage
Session 2
How is teacher quality evaluated? What systems are in place and how are the evaluations carried out?
 
8:30 – 8:35
Teacher intermezzo
 
8:35 – 09:35
2 country examples
Discussion with delegations
 Netherlands & New Zealand                        
09:35 - 09:45
Teacher intermezzo
 
09:45 - 10:30
Discussion with attendees
Rapporteur summary
 
Kai-Ming Cheng                  
10:30  – 11:00
Coffee break
 
Session 3
How do evaluations contribute to school improvement and teacher self-efficacy? What impact can be expected on teaching and learning from teacher evaluation?
 
11:00 – 11:05
Teacher intermezzo
 
11:05 – 11:25
11:25 – 12:05
2 country examples
Discussion with delegation
Germany & Japan                                    
12:05 – 12:15
Teacher intermezzo
 
12:15 – 12:50
 12:50 – 13:00
Discussion with attendees
Rapporteur summary
 Ben Levin
Lunch & Afternoon program
 
13:00 – 14:30
Lunch in subgroups                            
 A: ministers’ lunch
 B: union leaders’ lunch
 C: lunch for attendees. Informal, open tables
14:30 – 15:30
Afternoon programme for country delegations and other attendees
 A: Country group meetings. Countries prepare one slide with priorities for  2013. Developing teaching as an expert profession
 B: four workshops given by the rapporteurs
 - Ben Levin: Proposed theme: system-wide improvement in education
 - Kai-Min Cheng: Challenges to 21st century teachers
 - Linda Darling-Hammond: Developing teaching as an expert professsion
 - Fernando Reimers: Teacher education, curriculum reform and global education
Closing session
 
16:00 – 17:15
A: Country presentations (90 seconds each)
B: Rapporteur summary, Fernando Reimers
C: Closing remarks
Susan Hopgood, President Education International
Angel Gurria, Secretary-General OECD
Jet Bussemaker, Dutch minister of Education, Culture and Science
17:15 – 18:30
Farewell reception at Beurs van Berlage