July 5, 2022
Preparations for PISA 2025 are moving into the next round: this summer, all PISA participating countries will have the opportunity to submit their own draft tasks for the main domain 2025. For this purpose, two members of the national project management attended the International Itemdevelopment Workshop in Vienna from June 20-22, 2022, in which a total of 18 people from different countries and four organizers of the international contractor took part.
June 21, 2022
With the end of the online questionnaires of teachers and school administrators on 20 June 2022, the survey of this PISA cycle has now been completed. The data is now prepared and processed in a one-year process by our expert team in coordination with the international PISA contractors.
May 16, 2022
The test window for the currently ongoing PISA surveys will be extended by until the 31.5.2022, the latest date internationally possible. We would like to support the PISA schools and students in the currently tense situation. We would like to take this opportunity to once again thank all those involved for their participation and their contribution to the improvement of the educational system in Germany!
May 9, 2022
The first part of the accompanying study PISA-Ceco has started with the processing of the online teacher survey. We would like to thank all PISA mathematics and science teachers for participating in this part of the accompanying study. In preparation for the second part of PISA-Ceco, PISA-Ceco test administrators were trained in digital workshops. The structured trainings ensure a standardized procedure of the PISA-Ceco classroom visits which will start at the end of May 2022.
April 28, 2022
As part of a pilot study of PISA-Ceco, an article on supporting student motivation through tasks was published in Zeitschrift für Erziehungswissenschaften. The article describes the development and validation of a coding scheme that can be used to describe the motivational potential of tasks and thus contribute to optimizing motivation-supportive instructional designs. The study shows that in current German ninth grade mathematics and physics textbook tasks the possibilities for promoting student motivation remain unexploited.
April 4, 2022
From 04.04.-31.05.2022 the PISA tests will take place in the approx. 270 participating schools throughout Germany. As a rule, four test sessions with 15 students each are planned per school. A total of around 950 test sessions will take place. We would particularly like to highlight the great cooperation with the schools, which are especially burdened due to the current situation. A heartfelt thank you for your work!
March 21, 2022
In preparation for the PISA main study, PISA test administrators were trained in digital workshops. The structured trainings ensure a standardized process for the PISA testing day. The data collection of the PISA main study starts in April 2022. The virtual school information sessions with the school coordinators as well as school principals and interested teachers of the participating schools are also completed. There the schools received information about the PISA study, the procedure of the testing day as well as the accompanying study PISA-Ceco.
February 14, 2022
For the upcoming main study the schools were sampled in fall 2021. These sampled schools confidentially delivered the pseudonymized student listings. After that, the participating students were sampled. The sample consists of 7700 adolescents that participate at the main study in spring 2022.
February 03, 2022
For the main study of PISA 2022, the National Center developed an information video for students. Participating students receive general information about the PISA study as well as example items of the PISA test in the competence domains mathematics, science and reading.