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Cautions About Inferences From International Assessments: The Case of PISA 2009


by Kadriye Ercikan, Wolff-Michael Roth & Mustafa Asil — 2015


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Cite This Article as: Teachers College Record Volume 117 Number 1, 2015, p. 1-28
http://www.tcrecord.org ID Number: 17724, Date Accessed: 10/21/2017 4:39:53 AM
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  • Kadriye Ercikan
    The University of British Columbia
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    KADRIYE ERCIKAN is a professor and deputy department head at the University of British Columbia, as well as the director of the Cross-Cultural Assessment & Research Methods in Education (CARME) Research Lab. She has written articles about developments in assessment of student learning and achievement, comparability of bilingual versions of assessments, and multiple-scoring in assessments.
  • Wolff-Michael Roth
    The University of Victoria
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    WOLFF-MICHAEL ROTH is the Lansdown Professor of Applied Cognitive Science at the University of Victoria. He conducts research on learning in mathematics in science and has contributed to research on graphing as social practice, gesture studies, coteaching, and cultural-historical activity theory.
  • Mustafa Asil
    The University of Auckland
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    MUSTAFA ASIL is a research fellow at the Quantitative Data Analysis and Research Unit at the University of Auckland where he performs analysis on large-scale data.
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