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Chapter 04 - Field Trial (PISA 2015)

Theoretical considerations led to the development of a great amount of questionnaire material, which was localized to fit the contexts of more than 70 countries and economies, implemented in a study with about 120,000 students across these countries, and analyzed to yield indicators on how well questions functioned across and within countries. Such a study, and its results, depends on design and methodological considerations and on decisions made during preparation and implementation. This chapter summarizes decisions regarding the design and analysis procedures of the PISA 2015 field trial, and the resulting data that were used to develop the PISA 2015 main survey?s context assessment. Furthermore, this chapter provides strategies and reasoning related to the choice of questionnaire material that was deemed to be suitable to assess learning contexts in different countries equally well.    weniger

StudieProgramme for International Student Assessment - Field Trial

StudienleitungJude, Nina

Leitung der ErhebungKlieme, Eckhard; Kuger, Susanne; Jude, Nina

Persistent IdentifierDOI: 10.7477/150:0:1

Erhebungszeitraum2014

Erhebungsraum (geogr.)Albania; Algeria; Argentina; Australia; Austria; Belgium; Brazil; Bulgaria; Canada; Chile; People's Republic of China; Chinese Taipei; Colombia; Costa Rica; Croatia; Czech Republic; Denmark; Dominican Republic; Estonia; Finland; Former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia; France; Georgia; Germany; Greece; Hong Kong- China; Hungary; Iceland; Indonesia; Ireland; Israel; Italy; Japan; Jordan; Kazakhstan; Korea; Kosovo; Latvia; Lebanon; Lithuania; Luxembourg; Macao-China; Malaysia; Malta; Mexico; Moldova; Montenegro; Netherlands; New Zealand; Norway; Peru; Poland; Portugal; Qatar; Romania; Russian Federation; Singapore; Slovak Republic; Slovenia; Spain; Sweden; Switzerland; Thailand; Trinidad and Tobago; Tunisia; Turkey; United Arab Emirates; United Kingdom; United States of America; Uruguay; Vietnam

ErhebungsverfahrenEigenständig auszufüllender Fragebogen: Papier
Eigenständig auszufüllender Fragebogen: CASI (Computerunterstützte Selbstbefragung)

AnalyseeinheitStudent, Principal, Parent, Teacher General and Science, Teacher General,Teacher Science

Art der DatenSkalenkollektion
(Fragebogenskalen)

Sprache(n)Mehrsprachig

ZugänglichkeitDie Skalendokumentation ist frei verfügbar. Eine Verwendung der Instrumente, ganz oder in Teilen setzt die Achtung des Urheberrechts voraus. Urheber und Quelle sind entsprechend zu zitieren. Es gelten die allgemeinen Nutzungsbedingungen des Anbieters.

Archivierende EinrichtungForschungsdatenzentrum Bildung am DIPF (FDZ Bildung)

Veröffentlichungsdatum06.12.2016

Erhebungen derselben StudieChapter 06 - Ethnicity and Migration
Chapter 07 - Early Childhood Learning Experiences
Chapter 05 - Social Background
Chapter 18 - Teacher Qualifications and Professional Knowledge
Chapter 17 - Science Teaching and Learning in Schools
Chapter 16 - Curriculum and Learning Time in International School Achievement Studies
Chapter 15 - Building More Effective Education Systems
Chapter 13 - ICT Engagement in Learning Environments
Chapter 12 - Science-Related Outcomes: Attitudes, Motivation, Value Beliefs, Strategies
Chapter 11 - Dispositions for Collaborative Problem Solving
Chapter 10 - General Noncognitive Outcomes
Chapter 08 - Parental Support and Involvement in School
Chapter 19 - Assessment and Evaluation in Educational Contexts

Skalen nach Konstrukt

Individueller Hintergrund
  1. Additional learning time (science courses taken) – Prompt 1 (Student)
  2. Age of child at school entry (Parent)
  3. Caretaker during supervision and care arrangements (Parent)
  4. Change of amount of additional instruction during the year (Student)
  5. Change of school in ISCED 1 (Student)
  6. Change of school in ISCED 2 (Student)
  7. Change of study programme (Student)
  8. Duration of [early childhood educational development] arrangement prior [ISCED 1] (Parent)
  9. Duration of [pre-primary education arrangement] (Parent)
  10. Duration of supervision and care arrangements prior ISCED 1 (Parent)
  11. Educational programme (Student)
  12. Grade (Student)
  13. History of additional instruction (Student)
  14. Hours of [pre-primary education arrangement] (Parent)
  15. Hours per week of [early childhood educational and care arrangement] (Parent)
  16. ISCED 0 attendance – 3-categorial (Student)
  17. ISCED 0 attendance – dropdown (Student)
  18. Locality of the supervision and care arrangements (Parent)
  19. Number of hours in additional instruction (Student)
  20. Obligation to attend ECEC (Parent)
  21. Reason of [early childhood educational development] arrangement choice (Parent)
  22. Reason of [pre-primary education arrangement] choice (Parent)
  23. Reasons for arrangement choice (Parent)
  24. Reasons for not attending [early childhood education and care] (Parent)
  25. Repeating grades (Student)
  26. School entry age (Student)
  27. School entry age relative to mandatory school starting age (Parent)
  28. Skipping grades (Student)
  29. Total years of additional instruction (Student)
  30. Type of [early childhood education and care arrangement] (Parent)
  31. Type of [pre-primary education arrangement] (Parent)
  32. Type of ECEC arrangement (Parent)
  33. Year of child's school entry (Parent)
Institutioneller Hintergrund
  1. Additional instruction (Student)
  2. Additional learning time (science courses taken) – Prompt 1 (Student)
  3. Additional learning time availability (Principal)
  4. Additional learning time, purpose (Principal)
  5. Amount of loss in additional instruction on individual level (Student)
  6. Amount of study time (Student)
  7. Average size of classes (Principal)
  8. Content of additional mathematics instruction (Student)
  9. Content: Approaches and processes (Teacher Science)
  10. Content: Components described in the science curriculum (Teacher Science)
  11. Curriculum (Principal)
  12. Curriculum availability for parents (Teacher Science)
  13. Format of curriculum availability to students (Teacher Science)
  14. Format of curriculum availability to teachers (Teacher Science)
  15. Freedom in curriculum choice (Student)
  16. Grouping policies (Principal)
  17. Handling of additional instruction in the school/school district (Principal)
  18. Instructional days per week (Principal)
  19. Instructional days per year (Principal)
  20. Location of additional [test language] instruction (Student)
  21. Location of additional mathematics instruction (Student)
  22. Location of additional science instruction (Student)
  23. Loss additional instruction on individual level – truancy (Student)
  24. Loss on national/regional level (Principal)
  25. Multicultural education (Principal)
  26. Multicultural education (Teacher General)
  27. Number of hours in additional instruction (Student)
  28. Policies on grade retention 1 (Principal)
  29. Policies on grade retention 2 (Principal)
  30. Reasons for additional mathematics instruction (Student)
  31. Reasons for additional science instruction (Student)
  32. Reasons for not attending additional mathematics instruction (Student)
  33. Reasons for not attending additional science instruction (Student)
  34. Refunding of additional [test language] instruction (Student)
  35. Refunding of additional mathematics instruction (Student)
  36. Refunding of additional science instruction (Student)
  37. School policies on additional instruction (Principal)
  38. School science course (Student)
  39. Science curriculum (Teacher Science)
  40. Science subject covered by additional instruction (Student)
  41. Teacher in additional [test language] instruction (Student)
  42. Teacher in additional mathematics instruction (Student)
  43. Teacher in additional science instruction (Student)
  44. Type of additional [test language] instruction (Student)
  45. Type of additional mathematics instruction (Student)
  46. Type of additional science instruction (Student)
  47. Vacant positions (Principal)
  48. Value of science education in school community (Principal)
Prozesse auf Schulebene
Lehr-Lernarrangements
Schulische Wirkungen

Erhebungsschwerpunkte auf einen Blick (Skalen nach Konstrukt)

Prozesse auf Schulebene

Schulleitungshandeln Kollegialität Elternarbeit Schulinterne Kooperation Schulexterne Kooperation Programmatische Entwicklungsarbeit Evaluation und Leistungsmessung Maßnahmen der Qualitätsentwicklung Wahrnehmung der Schule als Lebensort Soziales Klima Deviantes Verhalten Partizipatives Schulklima

Schulische Wirkungen

Kognitive Lernergebnisse Metakognitive Lernergebnisse Selbstbezogene Einstellungen (Lernergebnis) Lern- und leistungsbezogene Einstellungen (Lernergebnis) Politische und soziale Einstellungen (Lernergebnis) Schulbezogene Einstellungen und Verhaltensweisen (Lernergebnis)

  1. PISA2015-FT-Parent-Questionnaire-Spain-Basque [0.48 MB]
  2. PISA2015-FT-Parent-Questionnaire-Spain-Catalan [268.61 kB]
  3. PISA2015-FT-Parent-Questionnaire-Spain-Galician [263.96 kB]
  4. PISA2015-FT-Parent-Questionnaire-Spain-Spanish [227.21 kB]
  5. Spain-Basque For Educational Career Questionnaire [187.26 kB]
  6. Spain-Basque For General Teacher Questionnaire [391.80 kB]
  7. Spain-Basque For ICT Familiarity Questionnaire [120.20 kB]
  8. Spain-Basque For ICT Familiarity Questionnaire2 [109.00 kB]
  9. Spain-Basque For School Questionnaire [446.43 kB]
  10. Spain-Basque For Science Teacher Questionnaire [352.30 kB]
  11. Spain-Basque For Student Questionnaire Booklet 1 [316.83 kB]
  12. Spain-Basque For Student Questionnaire Booklet 2 [361.23 kB]
  13. Spain-Basque For Student Questionnaire Booklet 3 [298.70 kB]
  14. Spain-Basque For Student Questionnaire Booklet 4 [319.62 kB]
  15. Spain-Catalan For Educational Career Questionnaire [192.04 kB]
  16. Spain-Catalan For General Teacher Questionnaire [398.27 kB]
  17. Spain-Catalan For ICT Familiarity Questionnaire [124.44 kB]
  18. Spain-Catalan For ICT Familiarity Questionnaire2 [119.47 kB]
  19. Spain-Catalan For School Questionnaire [455.43 kB]
  20. Spain-Catalan For Science Teacher Questionnaire [357.83 kB]
  21. Spain-Catalan For Student Questionnaire Booklet 1 [320.91 kB]
  22. Spain-Catalan For Student Questionnaire Booklet 2 [361.80 kB]
  23. Spain-Catalan For Student Questionnaire Booklet 3 [303.25 kB]
  24. Spain-Catalan For Student Questionnaire Booklet 4 [322.43 kB]
  25. Spain-Galician For Educational Career Questionnaire [193.54 kB]
  26. Spain-Galician For General Teacher Questionnaire [402.39 kB]
  27. Spain-Galician For ICT Familiarity Questionnaire [123.90 kB]
  28. Spain-Galician For ICT Familiarity Questionnaire2 [118.20 kB]
  29. Spain-Galician For School Questionnaire [455.35 kB]
  30. Spain-Galician For Science Teacher Questionnaire [357.29 kB]
  31. Spain-Galician For Student Questionnaire Booklet 1 [322.46 kB]
  32. Spain-Galician For Student Questionnaire Booklet 2 [364.61 kB]
  33. Spain-Galician For Student Questionnaire Booklet 3 [302.73 kB]
  34. Spain-Galician For Student Questionnaire Booklet 4 [324.86 kB]
  35. Spain-Spanish For Educational Career Questionnaire [190.90 kB]
  36. Spain-Spanish For General Teacher Questionnaire [399.90 kB]
  37. Spain-Spanish For ICT Familiarity Questionnaire [125.67 kB]
  38. Spain-Spanish For ICT Familiarity Questionnaire2 [119.62 kB]
  39. Spain-Spanish For School Questionnaire [458.49 kB]
  40. Spain-Spanish For Science Teacher Questionnaire [357.45 kB]
  41. Spain-Spanish For Student Questionnaire Booklet 1 [321.97 kB]
  42. Spain-Spanish For Student Questionnaire Booklet 2 [365.09 kB]
  43. Spain-Spanish For Student Questionnaire Booklet 3 [303.18 kB]
  44. Spain-Spanish For Student Questionnaire Booklet 4 [323.82 kB]
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