Haarh Jens Henrik, Kibak Nielsen Thomas, Eggert Hansen Martin & Teglgaard Jakobsen SĂ¸ren (2005). Explaining student performance : Evidence from the international PISA, TIMSS and PIRLS surveys. Copenhague : Danish Technological Institute. En ligne : <http://ec.europa.eu/edu ... orts/doc/basicskill.pdf>.
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|Resource type: Report/Documentation
BibTeX citation key: Haarh2005
|Categories: Apprentissages et psychologie
Keywords: apprentissage, PISA, politique Ă©ducative
Creators: Eggert Hansen, Haarh, Kibak Nielsen, Teglgaard Jakobsen
Publisher: Danish Technological Institute (Copenhague)
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|URLs http://ec.europa.e ... doc/basicskill.pdf|
Analysing data from three international surveys of studentsâ€™ skills, PISA,TIMSS and PIRLS, the objectives of the current study are twofold:
â€˘ To formulate recommendations on improved provision of basic skills education in the EU, on the basis of an increased understanding of the outcomes of the PISA, TIMSS, and PIRLS surveys.
â€˘ To formulate recommendations for improved or new data collection activities
to cover data needs in the area of basic skills.
Our analysis has focused on conditions for the provision of basic skills at different levels: A systemic level, covering factors concerning the systemic characteristics of educational systems and the consequences for studentsâ€™ basic skills; A structural level, covering socio-economic background characteristics of students, the significance of these factors for studentsâ€™ basic skills, and the capacities of education systems to adjust for differences in studentsâ€™ socio-economic background;
A school level, covering aspects of school management and school climate and the significance of these factors for studentsâ€™ basic skills; and an individual level, concerning the significance of student attitudes, motivation and learning behaviour, and their consequences for studentsâ€™ achievements.
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