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PISA 2003 Programme for International Student Assessment. PISA briefly. The knowledge and skills of 15-years-olds Math, Literacy, Science, Problem solving Survey every three years In 2003 41 countries, a quarter-million students First in 2000.

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Pisa 2003 programme for international student assessment

PISA 2003Programme for International Student Assessment


Pisa briefly

PISA briefly

  • The knowledge and skills of 15-years-olds

  • Math, Literacy, Science, Problem solving

  • Survey every three years

  • In 2003 41 countries, a quarter-million students

  • First in 2000


Finns were among the best in all four domains of the pisa 2003

Finns were among the best in all four domains of the PISA 2003

MATHEMATICS


Finns were among the best in all four domains of the pisa 20031

Finns were among the best in all four domains of the PISA 2003

READING

LITERACY


Finns were among the best in all four domains of the pisa 20032

Finns were among the best in all four domains of the PISA 2003

SCIENCE


Finns were among the best in all four domains of the pisa 20033

Finns were among the best in all four domains of the PISA 2003

PROBLEM

SOLVING


Results were even distributed

RESULTS WERE EVEN DISTRIBUTED


Gender differences were small

GENDER DIFFERENCES WERE SMALL


Differencies between schools were among the smallest

DIFFERENCIES BETWEEN SCHOOLS WERE AMONG THE SMALLEST


Explaining factors

Explaining factors

Educational

environment

Education

system

Teachers and teaching

Student


Attitude and background factors

Attitude and background factors


Grounds for success

Grounds for Success…

  • Educational system

  • Curriculum

  • LUMA-programme

    • In-service training for teachers

    • Material and publications

    • Networks

  • National assessment system

  • Teacher training


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