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Singapore’s perspective: Highlights of TIMSS 2011
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Centre for International Comparative Studies, National Institute of Education, Nanyang Technological University
"The objective of the booklet is to provide teachers of students in Singapore who participated in TIMSS 2011 with knowledge about their performance in Mathematics and Science and their attitudes towards the learning of Mathematics and Science. The booklet explains what TIMSS is and who the participants of the study are. It also introduces the reader to the nature of the TIMSS tests and the performance of students from Singapore and selected education systems, mainly those ranked within the top 5, and countries and benchmarking entities of interest to mathematics and science educators in Singapore, which participated in TIMSS 2011. Test items that relatively more students from Singapore found easy and difficult are also presented. Some data from the student survey related to attitudes towards mathematics and science are also presented. These data would help us better understand the strengths and gaps in our students’ learning."--Introduct.
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