Between April and June, IEA is releasing publications connected to giving back to teachers. This includes our new IEA Teacher Snippets, the extended Snippets XL, and the brand-new IEA Research for Educators book series, whose aim will be to provide practical information for teaching based on IEA study datasets. Find out more about the new publications here or follow the conversation online #GivingBackToTeachers
Join us and register for an online event on 2 June 2022 at 10:00 am CEST to celebrate the release of the first volume in a new IEA book series IEA Research for Educators titled Putting PIRLS to Use in Classrooms Across the Globe.
Every newsletter, we share a summary of how IEA studies have progressed in recent months. This includes an overview of IEA's flagship studies and other studies that IEA is a part of.
Call for Proposals Now Closed
Thank you to those who submitted proposals for the recent IEA Research for Education call. Based on TIMSS data, the call is a collaboration with the Nordic Council of Ministers and the Northern Lights report series.
In April, IEA led and contributed to a variety of sessions at both CIES and AERA/WERA. With a mixture of online and in-person participation, it was excellent to connect to new and existing colleagues. A summary can be found here.
Forum Announcing UAE Results in REDS
IEA Executive Director, Dirk Hastedt, participated in a REDS forum in Dubai in March discussing United Arab Emirates (UAE) results from the recent Responses to Educational Disruption Survey (REDS).
The upcoming ICCS 2022 assessment framework provides a conceptual underpinning to the measurement of antecedents, processes, and outcomes of civic and citizenship education undertaken in the second cycle of this study.
Using IEA’s Trends in International Mathematics and Science Study (TIMSS) 2019 data, this special brief in collaboration with UNESCO explores the relationship between students’ gender, their confidence and achievement in mathematics and science, and their aspirations to pursue careers in these fields.
Most national assessments in education focus on the curriculum to identify the knowledge and skills students should have acquired. This Compass Brief titled, Valuing Curriculum-Based International Large-Scale Assessments, addresses the advantages and challenges of a curriculum-based approach in International Large-scale Assessments and outlines solutions implemented in IEA studies.