PISA secondary analysis



    The project is aiming to analyse compulsory school students’ scientific literacy and explain the reasons for Finnish students’ success in the PISA scientific literacy assessment. This type of secondary analysis based on the large scale international studies are, in general, useful and valuable for finding trends in students’ competences. The outcomes of the research could be used for curriculum planning and, in general, for education policy purposes.
    Gällande start-/slutdatum01/01/2006 → …


    • 516 Pedagogik


    • 9 Kapitel
    • 2 Artikel
    • 1 Antologi eller special utgåva
    • 1 Konferensbidrag

    Context of teaching and learning school science in Finland: reflections on PISA 2006 results

    Lavonen, J. & Laaksonen, S., 2009, I : Journal of Research in Science Teaching. 46, 8, s. 922-944 23 s.

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    Science education, the science curriculum and PISA 2006

    Lavonen, J., Lie, S., Macdonald, A., Oscarsson, M., Reistrup, C. & Sørensen, H., 2009, Northern lights on PISA 2006: differences and similarities in the Nordic countries. T. M. E. . (red.). Copenhagen: Nordic Council of Ministers, s. 31-58 28 s. (TemaNord; vol. 2009:547).

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    What lies behind Finnish students' success in PISA science?

    Kesler, M. & Lavonen, J., 2009, PISA science 2006: implications for science teachers and teaching. E. B. R. W. B. A. B. J. M. (red.). Arlington, VA: NSTApress, National Science Teachers Association, s. 79-90 12 s.

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