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Programme for International Student Assessment 2015 (PISA 2015)

Version
2
Resource Type
Dataset : survey data, achievement tests
Creator
  • Reiss, Kristina
  • Sälzer, Christine
  • Schiepe-Tiska, Anja
  • Mang, Julia
  • Heine, Jörg-Henrik
  • Weis, Mirjam
  • Klieme, Eckhard
  • Köller, Olaf
  • Zentrum für internationale Bildungsvergleichsstudien (ZIB)
  • Technische Universität München (TUM)
Publication Date
2019-07-16
Contributor
  • Forschungsdatenzentrum (FDZ) am Institut zur Qualitätsentwicklung im Bildungswesen (IQB) / Research Data Centre (FDZ) at the Institute for Educational Quality Improvement (IQB) (Distributor)
Language
German
Free Keywords
General Education School; Influences; Surveys; Computer Assisted Testing; Expertise; Basic Skills; Mathematics Achievement; Achievement; Achievement Assessment; Benchmarking; Science Achievement; Sciences; Sciences Instruction; Test Application; Teaching Methods; Instructional Design; Test Items; Computer Use; Reading Achievement; Problem Solving; Academic Achievement; Students; Secondary Education; Grade 9; Grade 10; Performance Benchmarking; Achievement Rating; Academic Achievement; Educational Assessment; Mathematics Instruction; Science Instruction; Reading Comprehension; Learning Motivation; Basic Skills; Influences; Educational Assessment; Achievement Tests; National Competency Tests; Achievement Rating; Reading Tests; Test; Multilevel Analysis; Survey; Computer Assisted Testing; Comparative Testing; International Assessment; Primary Education; Germany
Description
  • Abstract

    With the conduction of the Programme for International Student Assessment (PISA) 2015, the results of the sixth round are now available, this time focusing on the natural sciences. This completes the second cycle of the study (2000-2006, 2009-2015) where each of the three basic educational domains reading, mathematics and science, have been the major domain twice. The students were tested in the fields of science, mathematics, reading and collaborative problem solving. Additionally, the students answered a questionnaire on demographic characteristics and topics about lessons and their school. The school principals, teachers and parents were also interviewed. In Germany, the PISA 2015 study was conducted by a team at the Centre for International Student Assessment (ZIB e.V.) under the direction of Prof. Dr. Kristina Reiss at the School of Education of the Technical University of Munich (TUM). The main innovation was the implementation of computer-based testing. In addition, PISA 2015 used a refined model for scaling the data. This approach includes both the test item difficulty and a discrimination parameter for estimating the students’ competence.

Temporal Coverage
  • 2015
Geographic Coverage
  • national
Sampled Universe

Students at General Education Schools (N=6,504)

Sampling

Probability Sample: Stratified Sample

Time Dimension
  • Longitudinal: Trend/Repeated cross-section
  • Research Design: Observational Design
Collection Mode
  • Self-administered questionnaire: Paper
  • Educational measurements and tests
  • Measurements and Tests: Computer assisted test
Availability
Delivery
application required: https://www.iqb.hu-berlin.de/fdz/fdz/Datenzugang/SUF-Antrag/FormularSUFs
Rights
CC0 1.0 Universal
Relations
  • Is new version of
    DOI: 10.5159/IQB_PISA_2015_v1
  • Continues
    DOI: 10.5159/IQB_PISA_2012_v5
  • Continues
    DOI: 10.5159/IQB_PISA_2009_v1
  • Continues
    DOI: 10.5159/IQB_PISA_2006_v1
  • Continues
    DOI: 10.5159/IQB_PISA_2003_v1
  • Continues
    DOI: 10.5159/IQB_PISA_2000_v1
Publications
  • Zehner, F., Weis, M., Vogel, F., Leutner, D. & Reiss, K. (2019). Kollaboratives Problemlösen in PISA 2015. Deutschland im Fokus. Zeitschrift für Erziehungswissenschaft.

    • ID: http://dx.doi.org/10.1007/s11618-019-00874-4 (DOI)
  • OECD (2017). PISA 2015 assessment and analytical framework: Science, Reading, Mathematic, Financial Literacy and Collaborative Problem Solving. Paris: OECD.

  • OECD (2017). PISA 2015 Technical Report.OECD Publishing.

    • ID: http://www.oecd.org/pisa/data/2015-technical-report (URL)
  • Zehner, F., Weis, M., Vogel, F., Leutner, D. & Reiss, K. (2017). Kollaboratives Problemlösen in PISA 2015: Befundhöhepunkte rund um Deutschland. München: Technische Universität München.

    • ID: http://dx.doi.org/10.14459/2017md1401788 (DOI)
  • Heine, J.-H., Mang, J., Borchert, L., Gomolka, J., Kröhne, U., Goldhammer, F. und Sälzer, C. (2016). Kompetenzmessung in PISA 2015. In K. Reiss., C. Sälzer, A. Schiepe-Tiska, E. Klieme und O. Köller (Hrsg.), PISA 2015. Eine Studie zwischen Kontinuität und Innovation. Münster: Waxmann, S. 383-430.

  • Reiss, K., Sälzer, C., Schiepe-Tiska, A., Klieme, E. & Köller, O. (Hrsg.) (2016). PISA 2015. Eine Studie zwischen Kontinuität und Innovation. Münster: Waxmann.

  • OECD (2009). PISA data analysis manual. Paris: OECD Publishing.

Update Metadata: 2019-08-05 | Issue Number: 2 | Registration Date: 2019-08-05

Reiss, Kristina; Sälzer, Christine; Schiepe-Tiska, Anja; Mang, Julia; Heine, Jörg-Henrik et. al. (2019): Programme for International Student Assessment 2015 (PISA 2015). Version: 2. IQB – Institut zur Qualitätsentwicklung im Bildungswesen. Dataset. https://doi.org/10.5159/IQB_PISA_2015_v2