Revealed on: 1st December 2016
TIMSS stands for ‘Trends in International math and science study’. Students are using the assessment system of mathematics and Science throughout the world. Accordingly educational systems are projected and students are taken under evaluation.
In year 2015, Singapore was accepted as the smartest country of the world and Singapore was taken considered under Program in International Reading Literacy Study (PIRLS). International Association for the Evaluation of Educational Achievement has stated that countries in East Asia continue to dominate the tables in both Science and math. Singapore has topped the evaluation of global schools rankings and UK has ranked on 20th. As per OECD (Economic Co-operation and Development) economic forum, 76 countries are evaluated under the achievement promotion. OECD director, Mr. Andreas Schleicher says that first time measuring a global educational scale has been possible. He has added that, “The idea must reach in other countries of North and South America”. This strategy has provided opportunity to discover strength and weakness of the Universities on access of its quality education and advancements. Director of OECD added that education process is going to be advanced with engagement of ICT (Information and Communication Technology).
This year in August, TIMSS planned to take real world context of mathematics knowledge to measure how much and how fast students can solve the mathematical problems. Using traditional classroom content PIRLS initiated a way to learn for lifetime.
Singapore, Hong Kong, Korea, Chinese Taipei, and Japan continue to dominate international rankings for math and science, the latest league tables have revealed. The Trends in International Math and Science Study (TIMSS) released today, shows East Asian countries maintaining their 20 year lead for pupils aged 10 and 14.
Revealed by the International Association for the Evaluation of Educational Achievement (IEA), the study is the longest running, large scale international assessment of mathematics and science education in the world.
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