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Baumert Jürgen, Blum Werner & Neubrand Michael (2002). « Drawing the lessons from PISA 2000 – Long-term research implications: ». In OCDE.Symposium on Assessing Policy Lessons from PISA, Berlin, 18—20 novembre 2002, p. 1–18. En ligne : <http://www.mpib-berlin. ... a/DrawingtheLessons.pdf>. 
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Resource type: Proceedings Article
BibTeX citation key: Baumert2002a
Categories: General
Keywords: PISA
Creators: Baumert, Blum, Neubrand
Publisher: OCDE (Berlin)
Collection: Symposium on Assessing Policy Lessons from PISA
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URLs     http://www.mpib-be ... wingtheLessons.pdf
Abstract     
"I would like to begin by recapping on the strengths of PISA and highlighting three features in particular:
(1) the unusually well-elaborated theoretical and methodological underpinning of PISA’s core assessment programme,
(2) the systematic extension of the assessment programme beyond the core competencies of reading, mathematical and scientific literacy, and
(3) the combination of strictly standardised international data-collection procedures and rigorous quality standards with national research options. The national options not only ensure a better fit between the international PISA assessments and national concerns, but can also contribute to the further development of the international programme."
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