What can we learn from PISA 2018 and what can we expect from PISA 2022?

Event starts: 14 February, 2022

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What can we learn from PISA 2018 and what can we expect from PISA 2022? Lessons learned from England, Northern Ireland, and Wales A seminar on the Programme for International Student Assessment (PISA) PISA is a global assessment that measures the mathematical, reading, and scientific literacy of 15-year-old pupils. Participating in PISA is a fantastic […]

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Teacher-student relations at different timescales from an interpersonal perspective

Event starts: 21 February, 2022

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SPEAKER Professor Tim Mainhard, University of Leiden, The Netherlands

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Ability-grouping and problem behaviour trajectories in childhood and adolescence: Results from a UK population-based sample

Event starts: 31 January, 2022

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SPEAKER Dr. Steven Papachristou, Department of Psychology and Human Development, UCL Institute of Education, University College London (UCL). ABSTRACT Ability-grouping has been studied extensively in relation to children’s academic, but not emotional and behavioral outcomes. The sample comprised 7259 U.K. children (50% male) with data on between- class and within- class ability- grouping at age 7. […]

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