When 140 Characters Isn’t Enough: 9 things you should know about the new PISA “creative problem-solving” test

Today sees the launch of the first international test of “creative problem-solving”. It is the latest addition to the suite of PISA tests run by the OECD which have become hugely influential in global education policy-making.

This test was taken by pupils in late 2012 at the same time as PISA tests in maths, science and reading but the results were held back for a separate launch. I was invited to a pre-embargo briefing yesterday and the information here is taken from a mix of the published reports and answers given by OECD experts at the briefing.

via When 140 Characters Isn’t Enough: 9 things you should know about the new PISA “creative problem-solving” test.

 

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