Tuesday, 24 August 2010

PISA Under Examination: Changing Knowledge, Changing Tests, and Changing Schools (Part Two)

The CESE Symposium held on the island of La Palma also hosted a poster exhibition. These are the posters presented at the Symposium:
  • A Portrait of European Top Performers in Science by Fabio Alivernini, Laura Palmerio, Valerie Tortora, National Institute for the Evaluation fo the Education System, Frascati, Italy
  • Thinking About PISA and the Participation of the Parents by Claudio Almonacid Aguila, Ana Jimenez Saldana, Daniel Rios Munoz, University of Santiago de Chile
  • An Investigation of Reasons for Finland's Success in PISA by Jennifer H. Chung, Liverpool Hope University
  • From the Static to the Dynamic: PISA Items as an Educational Resource by Jose R. Galo Sanchez, Descrtes Project, Institute of Education Technologies, Ministry of Education, Spain; University of Cordoba
  • PISA, Finland and the Autonomous Community of Madrid by Maria Jose Garcia Ruiz, UNED
  • Digital Skills Appear in PISA Report: Are Students and Teachers Prepared? by Ana Garcia-Valcarcel, Francisco Javier Tejedor, Anunciacion Quintero, University of Salamanca
  • Difference of Gender in the Educative Practices and Expectations of Students by Carmen Nieves Perez Sanchez, Moises Betancort, University of La Laguna
  • PISA on Front Page by Ariadne Runte-Geidel, Diego Sevilla, University of Grenada
  • The Educational and Sociolabour Guidance Program: An Instrument to Facilitate the Sociolabour Transition by Lidia E. Santana Vega, Jose A Santana Lorenzo, University of La Laguna
  • Similarities and Differences Between Spanish and Finnish Teachers: Organization of School Time and Space, Selection and Salary by Begona Zamora Fortuny, University of La Laguna
  • The New Challenges Posted by PISA for a Graduate Programme in Upper Secondary Education Teaching at the National Autonomous University of Mexico by Juan F. Zorilla, UNAM, Mexico

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