ERIC Number: ED102170
Record Type: Non-Journal
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IEA Six-Subject Survey Instruments: Science Student Questionnaires.
International Association for the Evaluation of Educational Achievement, Stockholm (Sweden).
In 1965 the International Association for the Evaluation of Educational Achievement (IEA) inaugurated a cross-national survey of achievement in six subjects: Science, Reading Comprehension, Literature, English as a Foreign Language, French as a Foreign Language, and Civic Education. The overall aim of the project was to use international tests in order to relate student achievement and attitudes to instructional, social, and economic factors, and from the results to establish generalizations of value to policy makers worldwide. Contained here are three Science Questionnaires surveying the following information for the following student populations: Science Questionnaire measuring background in Science (populations II and IV); and two Science Attitude and Descriptive Scales measuring the part Science plays in the students' lives (populations I,II,IV). Population I consists of students aged 10 to 11 years; population II, 14 to 15 years; and population IV, students enrolled in the final year of pre-university training. Answer keys and statistical data can be found in ED 081 639. (RC)
Descriptors: Academic Achievement, Background, College Bound Students, Comparative Education, Cross Cultural Studies, Elementary Education, Elementary School Students, Grade 12, High School Students, Junior High School Students, Junior High Schools, Questionnaires, Sciences, Secondary Education, Student Attitudes
Publication Type: Tests/Questionnaires
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Sponsor: Tri-Centennial Fund, Stockholm (Sweden).; Volkswagen Foundation, Hanover (West Germany).; Leverhulme Trust, London (England).; Ford Foundation, New York, NY.; Office of Education (DHEW), Washington, DC.
Authoring Institution: International Association for the Evaluation of Educational Achievement, Stockholm (Sweden).