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Assessing Mathematical Literacy

Kaye Stacey and Ross Turner, editors
Publisher: 
Springer
Publication Date: 
2014
Number of Pages: 
321
Format: 
Hardcover
Price: 
129.00
ISBN: 
9783319101200
Category: 
Anthology
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Preface

The Assessment of Mathematical Literacy: Introduction to PISA and to this Book; Kaye Stacey and Ross Turner

PART 1: The Foundations of PISA Mathematics

1. The Evolution and Key Concepts of the PISA Mathematics Frameworks; Kaye Stacey and Ross Turner

2. Mathematical Competencies and PISA; Mogens Niss

3. The Real World and the Mathematical World; Kaye Stacey

4. Using Competencies to Explain Mathematical Item Demand: A Work in Progress; Ross Turner, Werner Blum and Mogens Niss

5. A Research Mathematician’s View on Mathematical Literacy; Zbigniew Marciniak

PART 2: Implementing the PISA Survey: Collaboration, Quality and Complexity

6. From Framework to Survey Data: Inside the PISA Assessment Process; Ross Turner

7. The Challenges and Complexities of Writing Items to Test Mathematical Literacy; Dave Tout and Jim Spithill

8. Computer-Based Assessment of Mathematics in PISA 2012; Caroline Bardini

9. Coding Mathematics Items in the PISA Assessment; Agnieszka Sułowska

10. The Concept of Opportunity to Learn (OTL) in International Comparisons of Education; Leland Cogan and William H. Schmidt

PART 3: PISA’s Impact around the World: Inspiration and Adaptation

11. Applying PISA Ideas to Classroom Teaching of Mathematical Modelling; Toshikazu Ikeda

12. The Impact of PISA on Mathematics Teaching and Learning in Germany; Manfred Prenzel, Werner Blum and Eckhard Klieme

13. The Impact of PISA Studies on the Italian National Assessment System; Ferdinando Arzarello, Rossella Garuti and Roberto Ricci

14. The Effects of PISA in Taiwan: Contemporary Assessment Reform; Kai-Lin Yang and Fou-Lai Lin

15. PISA’s Influence on Thought and Action in Mathematics Education; Kaye Stacey (with contributors from ten countries).

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