Publications

Cross-country predictive validities of non-cognitive variables for mathematics achievement: evidence based on TIMSS 2015

A new research paper authored by Jihyun Lee and Minge Chen, illustrates empirical findings that measure predictive validities of non-cognitive variables for mathematics achievement based on the TIMSS 2015 study, for students in the primary and secondary school across multiple countries.

International Education blog site launched for publications on international large-scale assessments

Outcomes and Causal Inference in International Comparative Assessment European Training Network (OCCAM-ETN) has launched a blog site with the aim to disseminate research related to international large-scale assessments, such as PISA, TIMSS, PIRLS, and ICCS.

Article: TALIS 2018: Teachers applying knowledge and skill

Rebecca Vukovic, in her article, writes about the recent published results of TALIS 2018 study. She focuses on describing the objectives of the study of to measure the state of the teaching profession. The assessment of teachers' performances was measured against different indicators such as the teaching time in a classroom, their assessment practices, and their teaching pedagogy for innovative learning.