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INVALSI data: methodologies and results

III Seminar "INVALSI data: a research tool"

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Elisa Caponera, Clelia Cascella, Elena Demuru, Patrizia Giannantoni, Jana Kopecna, Lorenzo Mancini, Laura Palmerio, Chiara Sacco, Cristina Stringher
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pp. 96,      1a edizione  2020   (Codice editore 10747.10)
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INVALSI data: methodologies and results III Seminar
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In breve

This volume hosts four research papers, presented within the III Seminar “INVALSI data: a research tool (Bari from 26 to 28 October 2018). Thanks to the INVALSI data, the authors conducted interesting in depth analysis of various aspects relating to the Italian education system. The data produced are a valuable source of information based on which it is possible not only to plan improvement interventions in the didactic field, but also to undertake stimulating paths of educational research.

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Over the years, interest in data has always grown and, aware of their centrality, many institutions, both public and private, share their data to facilitate the work of all those who wish to use them to interpret phenomena. In the education field, the data produced by INVALSI undoubtedly have a leading role, both at a sample and census level. The availability of data on learning achievements and living conditions of students (the so-called "context data"), as well as on the professional and operational conditions of teachers and School Managers, collected through specific questionnaires, is a valuable source of information based on which it is possible not only to plan improvement interventions in the didactic field, but also to undertake stimulating paths of educational research.
This volume hosts four research papers, presented within the III Seminar "INVALSI data: a research tool", which took place in Bari from 26 to 28 October 2018. Thanks to the INVALSI data, the authors conducted interesting in-depth analysis of various aspects relating to the Italian education system.
Patrizia Falzetti is Head of the INVALSI Statistical Service, which manages the acquisition, analysis and return of data concerning national and international surveys on learning to individual schools, stakeholders and the scientific community.

Indice

Patrizia Falzetti, Introduction
Cristina Stringher, Clelia Cascella, What Do We Know about Preschool Quality in Italy? Preschool Effects on Child Outcomes: A Pseudo-longitudinal Exploration
Laura Palmerio, Elisa Caponera, TIMSS Mathematics achievement, school grades and national test scores: different or similar measures of student learning?
Elena Demuru, Patrizia Giannantoni, Jana Kopecna, Short- and medium-term effects of bullying on academic achievement in Italy
Lorenzo Mancini, Chiara Sacco, A comparison of regression tree-based features selection methods for the prediction of academic performances
The authors.