• Claudia Pöhlmann
  • Hans Anand Pant
  • Jenny Frenzel
  • Alexander Roppelt
  • Olaf Köller
Translated title of the contributionThe impact on math teachers of an intervention on the conflict and working with educational standards
The introduction of educational standards in Germany forced teachers to change their perspective in order to achieve competence-oriented teaching. The initial representative surveys throughout Germany indicated that a short time after the introduction of the educational standards, teachers in various school forms were still very slow to implement the idea of competence-oriented teaching in their everyday school life. This article presents the effects of a newly developed intervention programme in which mathematics teachers familiarised themselves with educational standards for the first time. The teacher data and the performance data of the pupils of the schools participating in the project are compared in a longitudinal study with the data of schools which were not included in the intervention programme. The results indicate that after the intervention programme has run for one year, mathematics teachers in the project schools are more competence-oriented in their teaching and reflect more intensively on the concept of the educational standards than mathematics teachers in the comparison schools. [Editor]
Original languageGerman
JournalZeitschrift für Erziehungswissenschaft
Pages (from-to)113-133
Number of pages20
StatePublished - 2014

    Research areas

  • Educational assessment/measurements - National Educational Standards, Implementation of innovations, Intervention research

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