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Complexity of Illustrations in PISA 2009 Science Items and Its Relationship to the Performance of Students from Shanghai-China, the United States, and Mexico


by Guillermo Solano-Flores & Chao Wang - 2015


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Cite This Article as: Teachers College Record Volume 117 Number 1, 2015, p. 1-18
https://www.tcrecord.org ID Number: 17725, Date Accessed: 3/28/2020 11:23:06 AM
 
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  • Guillermo Solano-Flores
    University of Colorado, Boulder
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    GUILLERMO SOLANO-FLORES is Professor of Bilingual Education and English as a Second Language at the School of Education of the University of Colorado Boulder. He specializes in educational assessment and the linguistic and cultural issues that are relevant to both international test comparisons and the testing of cultural and linguistic minorities. His research is based on the use of multidisciplinary approaches that use psychometrics, sociolinguistics, semiotics, and cognitive science in combination.
  • Chao Wang
    University of Colorado, Boulder
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    CHAO WANG is Research Associate at the School of Education of the University of Colorado Boulder. She specializes in the linguistic and sociocultural issues that are relevant to the academic success of culturally and linguistically diverse students. Her research interests include literacy, the testing of linguistically diverse populations, and the use of illustrations in science assessment.
 
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