Centre for International Student Assessment
The "Centre for International Student Assessment” (ZIB) coordinates the implementation of PISA studies in Germany as well as German research on international comparative assessments.
The Centre for International Student Assessment (ZIB) was jointly founded by the federal government and the federal states in Germany. ZIB is a scientific research body for planning, running and evaluating the PISA studies in Germany as well as international comparative educational monitoring. Moreover, ZIB initiates research projects that target further aspects of quality assurance in education – e.g. research on methods in international large-scale assessments (LSA).
ZIB is based on a close cooperation of DIPF and Technical University of Munich (TUM), the Leibniz Institute for Science and Mathematics Education (IPN), and the Institute for Educational Quality Improvement (IQB). Hence, ZIB research activities are decentralised.
ZIB pursues the central aim of promoting young scientists and thus conveys professional and methodological knowledge. The first ZIB Academy was successfully hosted in Frankfurt on the topic of Technology Based Assessment (July 29th to August 2nd, 2013). More recently, the equally successfully third ZIB Academy on Modelling Process Data was also held in Frankfurt (July 24th July 27th, 2017).
Current ZIB projects at DIPF
Completed ZIB projects at DIPF
Funded by the ZIB budget, DIPF has set up a new professorship for computer-aided procedures in instruction and the assessment of achievement.
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|Education Sector:||Primary and Secondary Education|
01/2011 – 12/2023