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Jude, Nina; Klieme, Eckhard; Kuger, Susanne:

Context questionnaire development

In: Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development (Hrsg.): PISA 2015 technical report Paris : Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development (2017) , 1-9

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4. Beiträge in Sammelwerken; Lexika/Enzyklopädie o.ä.

PISA (Programme for International Student Assessment), Fragebogen, Entwicklung, Design, Struktur, Bildungsforschung, Bildungspolitik, Bildungssystem, Schule, Schüler, Eltern, Lehrer, Qualitätssicherung

The context questionnaires in PISA provide information on the learning context at the individual, school, and education system or country/economy level. They assess non-cognitive outcomes, individual dispositions and structural and process characteristics of the institutional context. This diverse set of constructs is measured by addressing various stakeholders, namely students and school principals in all countries and economies, as well as parents and teachers in countries and economies that choose to implement additional optional questionnaires. The questionnaire development for the sixth cycle of PISA introduced several innovations: - A modular approach for the questionnaire design to identify (a) policy issues which participating countries and economies wanted to be addressed, (b) conceptual constructs related to the respective policy issue, and (c) measures (individual items, indices or questionnaire scales) operationalizing these contructs; - An attempt to identify core questionnaire content which needs to be covered across cycles of PISA to report trends in education, finding a balance between core measures and new measures dealing with topics that are important for current education policy; - Transitioning the context questionnaires from paper administration to computer-based administration mode; and - A teacher questionnaire as an international option. This chapter provides a brief overview of the questionnaires and their development process, while Chapter 16 describes the questionnaire scaling approaches and index construction and Chapter 17 describes the questionnaire design and implementation into the electronic platform. For more detailed information about different steps of instrument development and how the Field Trial informed the final instruments see also Kuger et al. (2016). (DIPF/Orig.)

Educational Quality and Evaluation