PISA 2012 Papers

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Miles, Rhea, Thompson, Tony 2015 "I had no idea!"
Mølstad, Christina E., Petterssonm, Daniel, Forsberg, Eva 2017 A game of thrones
Gabriel, Florence, Signolet, Jason, Westwell, Martin 2018 A machine learning approach to investigating the effects of mathematics dispositions on mathematical literacy
Thien, Lei Mee, Darmawan, I. Gusti Ngurah, Ong, Mei Yean 2015 Affective characteristics and mathematics performance in Indonesia, Malaysia, and Thailand
Rutkowski, Leslie, Svetina, Dubravka 2014 Assessing the hypothesis of measurement invariance in the context of large-scale international surveys
Zehner, Fabian, Goldhammer, Frank, Sälzer, Christine 2018 Automatically analyzing text responses for exploring gender-specific cognitions in PISA reading
2019 Beyond the competencies agenda in large scale international assessments
Dossey, John A., Funke, Joachim 2016 Canadian and United States students' performances on the OECD's PISA 2012 problem-solving assessment
Rindermann, Heiner , Kodila-Tedika, Oasis , Christainsen, Gregory 2015 Cognitive capital, good governance, and the wealth of nations
He, Jia, Van de Vijver, Fons J. R., Kulikova, Alena 2017 Country-level correlates of educational achievement
Kaplan, David, McCarty, Alyn 2013 Data fusion with international large scale assessments
Alpyssov, Akan, Mukanova, Zhazira, Kireyeva, Assel, Sakenov, Janat, Kervenev, Kabylgazy 2016 Development of intellectual activity in solving exponential inequalities
Dahlum, Sirianne, Knutsen, Carl Henrik 2017 Do democracies provide better education?
Liu, Yuan, Hau, Kit-Tai, Zheng, Xin 2018 Does instrumental motivation help students with low intrinsic motivation?
Lin, Fou-Lai, Wang, Ting-Ying, Chang, Yu-Ping 2018 Effects of large-scale studies on mathematics education policy in Taiwan through the lens of societal and cultural characteristics
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
Pizmony-Levy, Oren, Bjorklund, Peter Jr 2018 International assessments of student achievement and public confidence in education
Sam Sellar, Bob Lingard 2018 International large-scale assessments, affective worlds and policy impacts in education
Rutkowski, Leslie, Rutkowski, David, Zhou, Yan 2016 Item calibration samples and the stability of achievement estimates and system rankings
Corey, Douglas Lyman, Lemon, Travis, Gilbert, Edward, Ninomiya, Hiroyuki 2016 Japanese professional development
Gustafsson, Jan-Eric 2016 Lasting effects of quality of schooling
Turner, Ross 2016 Lessons from PISA 2012 about mathematical literacy
Rutkowski, David, Rutkowski, Leslie 2013 Measuring socioeconomic background in PISA
Leder, Gilah C., Forgasz, H. J. 2018 Measuring who counts
Vintila, Georgeta, Onofrei, Mihaela, Gherghina, Ştefan Cristian 2017 Multidimensional data analysis towards assessing the European education systems
Lavrijsen, Jeroen, Nicaise, Ides 2015 New empirical evidence on the effect of educational tracking on social inequalities in reading achievement
Lee, Jihyun, Stankov, Lazar 2018 Non-cognitive predictors of academic achievement
Coyle, Thomas R. , Rindermann, Heiner , Hancock, Dale, Freeman, Jacob 2018 Nonlinear effects of cognitive ability on economic productivity
Kaplan, David, Su, Dan 2018 On imputation for planned missing data in context questionnaires using plausible values
Petko, Dominik, Cantieni, Andrea, Prasse, Doreen 2017 Perceived quality of educational technology matters
Ingvarson, Lawrence, Rowley, Glenn 2017 Quality assurance in teacher education and outcomes
Jakubowski, Maciej, Pokropek, Artur 2015 Reading achievement progress across countries
Hwang, Jihyun 2019 Relationships among locus of control, learned helpless, and mathematical literacy in PISA 2012
Carnoy, Martin, Khavenson, Tatiana, Loyalka, Prashant, Schmidt, William H., Zakharov, Andrey 2016 Revisiting the relationship between international assessment outcomes and educational production
Svetina, Dubravka, Liaw, Yuan‐Ling, Rutkowski, Leslie, Rutkowski, David 2019 Routing strategies and optimizing design for multistage testing in international large‐scale assessments
Stankov, Lazar, Lee, Jihyun 2017 Self-beliefs
Rutkowski, David, Rutkowski, Leslie, Plucker, Jonathan A. 2014 Should individual U.S. schools participate in PISA?
Leunda Iztueta, Ixiar, Garmendia Navarro, Inés, Etxeberria Murgiondo, Juan 2017 Statistical matching in practice
Stoet, Gijsbert, Geary, David C. 2017 Students in countries with higher levels of religiosity perform lower in science and mathematics
Rindermann, Heiner , Thompson, James 2016 The cognitive competences of immigrant and native students across the world
Hole, Arne, Grønmo, Liv Sissel, Onstad, Torgeir 2018 The dependence on mathematical theory in TIMSS, PISA and TIMSS Advanced test items and its relation to student achievement
Choi, Álvaro 2018 The evolution of educational inequalities in Spain
Verger, Antoni, Parcerisa, Lluis, Fontdevila, Clara 2019 The growth and spread of large-scale assessments and test-based accountabilities
Sellar, Sam, Lingard, Bob 2014 The OECD and the expansion of PISA
Ferrão, Maria Eugénia, Costa, Patrícia Mota, Matos, Daniel Abud Seabra 2017 The relevance of the school socioeconomic composition and school proportion of repeaters on grade repetition in Brazil
Abazaoğlu, İlkay, Aztekin, Serdar 2016 The role of teacher morale and motivation on students' science and math achievement
Braun, Henry, von Davier, Matthias 2017 The use of test scores from large-scale assessment surveys
Yamamoto, Kentaro, Lennon, Mary Louise 2018 Understanding and detecting data fabrication in large-scale assessments
Poland, Susan, Plevyak, Linda 2015 US student performance in science
Carnoy, Martin, Khavenson, Tatiana, Ivanova, Alina 2015 Using TIMSS and PISA results to inform educational policy