TIMSS

AcronymDefinition
TIMSSTrends in International Mathematics and Science Study (National Center for Education Statistics)
TIMSSThird International Math and Science Study (now Trends in International Mathematics and Science Study)
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Students included in this study were from the TIMSS 2011 fourth-grade (Population 1) sample from Korea.
On the basis of findings, collected through TIMSS, many countries took revolutionary steps for attaining the goal of quality education and we believe that Pakistan could be one such country,' Dr.
TIMSS is a widely-known project of the International Association for the Evaluation of Educational Achievement.
TIMSS aims to measure pupils' achievements in relation to different curricula types, instructional practices and school environments.
and Finland score about the same overall in the TIMSS mathematics.
In Dubai, a total of 12,000 students had taken part in the study, and results showed a slight improvement compared to the 2007 TIMSS results.
Dubai participated in TIMSS 2007 but pupils from the Emirate's schools fell short of the international average score in both subjects.
TIMSS is more grade- and curriculum-centered and far more modest in its claims.
In science, results from the 2007 TIMSS test show that U.
One of the great strengths of TIMMS is the ability to monitor progress in educational improvement over time," TIMSS directors Michael O.
TIMSS 2007 is the largest study of student math and science achievement in the world, which assessed 425,000 students from over 60 countries.
AMMAN (Star)--The UNDP-sponsored Arab Trends in Mathematics and Science Study (TIMSS) Regional Report--released in Amman on Saturday--is the first publication of its kind to examine the results of Arab countries that have taken part in the TIMSS 2003 global survey, in which a total of 46 countries participated.