Series and Journals
January 2023: Cyberbullying and student learning an analysis of student achievement in eighth grade using TIMSS 2019 data
With advances in technology, cyberbullying poses a significant obstacle to education. Achievement scores in maths are negatively impacted when a student is cyberbullied, according to data from IEA's TIMSS. This Compass Brief illustrates the impacts of cyberbullying on achievement scores and highlights legislative ways to prevent cyberbullying.
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September 2022: The role of investment in ICT resources and teachers' professional development
Data from IEA's International Computer and Information Literacy Study (ICILS) Teacher Panel present an increase in the use of ICT. This brief examines how changes in the availability of school ICT resources and recent participation in ICT-related professional development relate to increases in teachers' use of ICT.
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April 2022: Missing out on half of the world’s potential: Fewer female than male top achievers in mathematics and science want a career in these fields
Using IEA’s Trends in International Mathematics and Science Study (TIMSS) 2019 data, this brief explores the relationship between students’ gender, their confidence and achievement in mathematics and science, and their aspirations to pursue careers in these fields.
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Dinaric Perspectives on TIMSS 2019
This open access book brings together national experts from across the Dinaric region to rigorously review IEA’s TIMSS 2019 grade four data to develop a multidimensional and culturally sensitive perspective on their TIMSS 2019 primary-level results.
Good Citizenship for the Next Generation
IEA Research for Education Volume 12 presents an international group of scholars seeking to understand how youth from different cultures relate to modern multidimensional concepts of citizenship, and the roles that education and society have in shaping the views of the world’s future citizens.
IEA is committed to ensuring that the results of its comparative research projects reach a wide audience of researchers, policymakers, technical experts, educators, and all others working to enhance teaching and learning around the world.
Publications based on secondary analyses of IEA data include the IEA Compass: Briefs in Education series of policy-relevant articles and the open access, Springer book series IEA Research for Education. As part of the IEA-ETS Research Institute (IERI), we also administer the open access Springer journal, Large-scale Assessments in Education. Please contact our Amsterdam office for further information about our publications.