PIRLS 2011 Papers

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Krashen, Stephen, Loh, Ka Yee 2015 A problem with PIRLS
Bergold, Sebastian, Wendt, Heike, Kasper, Daniel, Steinmayr, Ricarda 2016 Academic competencies
Caro, Daniel H., Kyriakides, Leonidas, Televantou, Loulia 2018 Addressing omitted prior achievement bias in international assessments
Cordero, Jose M., Santín, Daniel, Simancas, Rosa 2017 Assessing European primary school performance through a conditional nonparametric model
Rutkowski, Leslie, Svetina, Dubravka 2014 Assessing the hypothesis of measurement invariance in the context of large-scale international surveys
Solheim, Oddny Judith, Lundetræ, Kjersti 2016 Can test construction account for varying gender differences in international reading achievement tests of children, adolescents and young adults?
Caro, Daniel H. 2015 Causal mediation in education research
Shen, Ting, Konstantopoulos, Spyros 2017 Class size effects on reading achievement in Europe
Rindermann, Heiner , Kodila-Tedika, Oasis , Christainsen, Gregory 2015 Cognitive capital, good governance, and the wealth of nations
Hansen, Kajsa Yang, Gustafsson, Jan-Eric 2016 Determinants of country differences in effects of parental education on children’s academic achievement
Tse, Shek Kam, Xiao, Xiao-yun 2014 Differential influences of affective factors and contextual factors on high-proficiency readers and low-proficiency readers
Walzebug, Anke, Kasper, Daniel 2016 Distributional properties of the PIRLS-home resource for learning scale and observed effects on reading achievement
Hogrebe, Nina, Strietholt, Rolf 2016 Does non-participation in preschool affect children’s reading achievement?
Herber, Stefanie P., Quis, Johanna Sophie, Heineck, Guido 2017 Does the transition into daylight saving time affect students’ performance?
Lopez-Agudo, L. A., Marcenaro-Gutierrez, O. D. 2017 Engaging children in lessons
Meinck, Sabine, Cortes, Diego, Tieck, Sabine 2017 Evaluating the risk of nonresponse bias in educational large-scale assessments with school nonresponse questionnaires
Cheung, Wai Ming, Lam, Joseph W. I., Au, Doreen W. H., Tsang, Hector W. H. , Chan, Stephanie W. Y. 2016 Examining factor structure of the Chinese version of the PIRLS 2011 home questionnaire
Li, Dan, Beecher, Constance, Cho, Byeong-Young 2018 Examining the reading of informational text in 4th grade class and its relation with students' reading performance
Cheung, Wai Ming, Lam, Joseph W. I., So, Wendy W. Y., , Huang, Yanli , Tsang, Hector W. H. 2017 Explaining student and home variance of Chinese reading achievement of the PIRLS 2011 Hong Kong
Grilli, Leonardo, Pennoni, Fulvia, Rampichini, Carla, Romeo, Isabella 2016 Exploiting TIMSS and PIRLS combined data
Baye, Ariane, Monseur, Christian 2016 Gender differences in variability and extreme scores in an international context
Altinok, Nadir, Angrist, Noam, Patrinos, Harry Anthony 2018 Global data set on education quality (1965–2015)
Skryabin, Maxim, Zhang, JingJing, Liu, Luman, Zhang, Danhui 2015 How the ICT development level and usage influence student achievement in reading, mathematics, and science
Mcclung, Nicola A., Arya, Diana J. 2018 Individual differences in fourth-grade math achievement in Chinese and English
Strietholt, Rolf, Rosén, Monica 2016 Linking large-scale reading assessments: Measuring international trends over 40 years
Coyle, Thomas R. , Rindermann, Heiner , Hancock, Dale, Freeman, Jacob 2018 Nonlinear effects of cognitive ability on economic productivity
Gilleece, Lorraine 2015 Parental involvement and pupil reading achievement in Ireland
Cebolla-Boado, Héctor, Radl, Jonas, Salazar, Leire 2017 Preschool education as the great equalizer?
Nonte, Sonja, Hartwich, Lea, Willems, Ariane S. 2018 Promoting reading attitudes of girls and boys: a new challenge for educational policy? Multi-group analyses across four European countries
Jakubowski, Maciej, Pokropek, Artur 2015 Reading achievement progress across countries
Finch, W. Holmes, Hernández Finch, Maria E., French, Brian F. 2016 Recursive partitioning to identify potential causes of differential item functioning in cross-national data
Fisher, Anthony, Carlyon, Tracey, Peter, Mira 2017 Students achieve more when teachers have time to do what they know works best
Wendt, Heike, Kasper, Daniel 2016 Subject-specific strength and weaknesses of fourth-grade students in Europe
Rindermann, Heiner , Thompson, James 2016 The cognitive competences of immigrant and native students across the world
Agasisti, Tommaso, Cordero, Jose M. 2017 The determinants of repetition rates in Europe
Jhang, Fang-Hua 2017 The effect of schools’ reading promotion activities on fourth graders’ reading engagement outside of school
Tse, Shek Kam, Zhu, Yu, Yan Hui, Sau, Ng, Hung Wai 2017 The effects of home reading activities during preschool and Grade 4 on children's reading performance in Chinese and English in Hong Kong
Caponera, Elisa, Sestito, Paolo, Russo, Paolo M. 2016 The influence of reading literacy on mathematics and science achievement
Myrberg, Eva, Johansson, Stefan, Rosén, Monica 2018 The relation between teacher specialization and student reading achievement
Hemmerechts, Kenneth, Agirdag, Orhan, Kavadias, Dimokritos 2017 The relationship between parental literacy involvement, socio-economic status and reading literacy
Schwabe, Franziska, McElvany, Nele, Trendtel, Matthias 2015 The school age gender gap in reading achievement
Lintorf, Katrin, Guill, Karin, Wendt, Heike 2017 “Anything your child can do, my child can do better!”