INVALSI data: assessments on teaching and methodologies
IV Seminar “INVALSI data: a research and educational teaching tool”
Francesco Annunziata, Cecilia Bagnarol, Giorgio Bolondi, Emiliano Campodifiori, Elisa Caponera, Simone Del Sarto, Silvia Donno, Federica Ferretti, Michela Gnaldi, Maria Magdalena Isac, Michele Marsili, Laura Palmerio, George Santi, Zuzana Toth
pp. 114, 1a edizione 2021 (Codice editore 10747.19)
Codice ISBN: 9788835131557
The school system has always aimed to achieve quality teaching, which is able to introduce tools, actions, and checks through which the training offer can be constantly improved. This process is undoubtedly linked to scientific research. The volume offer important examples of research both on teaching and on the methodologies applied to it.
Presentazione del volume
The school system has always aimed to achieve quality teaching, which is able, on the one hand, to give adequate responses to the expectations of all the stakeholders and, on the other, to introduce tools, actions, and checks through which the training offer can be constantly improved. This process is undoubtedly linked to scientific research. Researchers and Academics start from the data available to them or collect new ones, to discover and/or interpret facts and to find answers and new cues of reflection. A favorable environment for this work was the Seminar "INVALSI data: a research and educational teaching tool", in its fourth edition in November 2019. The volume consists of six chapters, which are arise within the aforementioned Seminar context and, while dealing with heterogeneous topics, offer important examples of research both on teaching and on the methodologies applied to it. As a Statistical Service, which for years has taken care of the collection and dissemination of data, we hope that in this, as in the other volumes of the series, the reader will find confirmation of the importance that data play, both in scientific research and in practice in classroom.
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.
Patrizia Falzetti, Introduction
Zuzana Toth, Language awareness in the INVALSI tests. Competence levels and students' linguistic reflections
Francesco Annunziata, Laura Palmerio, TIMSS 2015: focus on mathematics errors in open-ended questions
George Santi, Giorgio Bolondi, Federica Ferretti, Large Scale Assessment (LSA): a tool for mathematics education research
Simone Del Sarto, Michela Gnaldi, Assessment of differential item functioning: first comparisons on INVALSI test and some policy implications
Maria Magdalena Isac, Laura Palmerio, Elisa Caponera, Cross-cohort changes in indicators of tolerance among Italian youth
Michele Marsili, Cecilia Bagnarol, Silvia Donno, Emiliano Campodifiori, Automated assessment of open-ended question of INVALSI tests
Tutti i campi devono essere compilati.