References

Baker, David P. 1998 Thoughts on Analysis Possibilities for TIMSS. Memorandum commissioned by the Board on International Comparative Studies in Education. Available from the Department of Education Policy Studies, Pennsylvania State University.

Bracey, Gerald W. 1996 International comparisons and the condition of American education. Educational Researcher 25(1):5–11.

1998 TIMSS, rhymes with ‘dims,’ as in ‘witted.’ Phi Delta Kappan May:686–687.


Grouws, Douglas A. 1998 Observations About TIMSS. Memorandum commissioned by the Board on International Comparative Studies in Education. Available from the Department of Curriculum and Instruction, University of Iowa.


Hamilton, Laura S., E. Michael Nussbaum, and Richard E. Snow 1997 Enhancing the validity and usefulness of large-scale educational assessments: IV. NELS:88 science achievement to 12th grade. American Educational Research Journal 34(1)(Spring):151–173.


Kilpatrick, Jeremy 1998 Next Steps for TIMSS Regarding the U.S. School Mathematics Curriculum and Its Effects on Achievement. Memorandum commissioned by the Board on International Comparative Studies in Education. Available from the Department of Mathematics Education, University of Georgia.

King, Elizabeth M. 1998 Statement for Topic 3 Group. Memorandum commissioned by the Board on International Comparative Studies in Education. Available from The World Bank, Washington, D.C.

Kuppermintz, Haggai, and Richard E. Snow 1997 Enhancing the validity and usefulness of large-scale educational assessments: II. NELS:88 mathematics achievement to 12th grade. American Educational Research Journal 34(1)(Spring):124–150.


LeTendre, Gerald K. 1998 Overall Evaluation of the TIMSS Database. Memorandum commissioned by the Board on International Comparative Studies in Education. Available from the Department of Education Policy Studies, Pennsylvania State University, University Park.


Martin, Michael O., and Ina V.S. Mullis, eds. 1996 Third International Mathematics and Science Study: Quality Assurance in Data Collection. Center for the Study of Testing, Evaluation, and Educational Policy. Chestnut Hill, Mass. Boston College.

Metz, Mary Haywood 1998 Memo on TIMSS: Question #2—Teachers. Memorandum commissioned by the Board on International Comparative Studies in Education. Available from the Department of Educational Policy Studies, University of Wisconsin.

Mintrop, Heinrich 1998 Discussion on TIMSS Group 1: Curriculum. Memorandum commissioned by the Board on International Comparative Studies in Education. Available from the Education Policy, Administration, and Planning Department, University of Maryland.



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Next Steps for TIMSS: Directions for Secondary Analysis References Baker, David P. 1998 Thoughts on Analysis Possibilities for TIMSS. Memorandum commissioned by the Board on International Comparative Studies in Education. Available from the Department of Education Policy Studies, Pennsylvania State University. Bracey, Gerald W. 1996 International comparisons and the condition of American education. Educational Researcher 25(1):5–11. 1998 TIMSS, rhymes with ‘dims,’ as in ‘witted.’ Phi Delta Kappan May:686–687. Grouws, Douglas A. 1998 Observations About TIMSS. Memorandum commissioned by the Board on International Comparative Studies in Education. Available from the Department of Curriculum and Instruction, University of Iowa. Hamilton, Laura S., E. Michael Nussbaum, and Richard E. Snow 1997 Enhancing the validity and usefulness of large-scale educational assessments: IV. NELS:88 science achievement to 12th grade. American Educational Research Journal 34(1)(Spring):151–173. Kilpatrick, Jeremy 1998 Next Steps for TIMSS Regarding the U.S. School Mathematics Curriculum and Its Effects on Achievement. Memorandum commissioned by the Board on International Comparative Studies in Education. Available from the Department of Mathematics Education, University of Georgia. King, Elizabeth M. 1998 Statement for Topic 3 Group. Memorandum commissioned by the Board on International Comparative Studies in Education. Available from The World Bank, Washington, D.C. Kuppermintz, Haggai, and Richard E. Snow 1997 Enhancing the validity and usefulness of large-scale educational assessments: II. NELS:88 mathematics achievement to 12th grade. American Educational Research Journal 34(1)(Spring):124–150. LeTendre, Gerald K. 1998 Overall Evaluation of the TIMSS Database. Memorandum commissioned by the Board on International Comparative Studies in Education. Available from the Department of Education Policy Studies, Pennsylvania State University, University Park. Martin, Michael O., and Ina V.S. Mullis, eds. 1996 Third International Mathematics and Science Study: Quality Assurance in Data Collection. Center for the Study of Testing, Evaluation, and Educational Policy. Chestnut Hill, Mass. Boston College. Metz, Mary Haywood 1998 Memo on TIMSS: Question #2—Teachers. Memorandum commissioned by the Board on International Comparative Studies in Education. Available from the Department of Educational Policy Studies, University of Wisconsin. Mintrop, Heinrich 1998 Discussion on TIMSS Group 1: Curriculum. Memorandum commissioned by the Board on International Comparative Studies in Education. Available from the Education Policy, Administration, and Planning Department, University of Maryland.

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Next Steps for TIMSS: Directions for Secondary Analysis Mullis, Ina V.S., Michael O. Martin, Albert E. Beaton, Eugenio J. Gonzalez, Dana L. Kelly, and Teresa A. Smith 1998 Mathematics and Science Achievement in the Final Year of Secondary School: IEA's Third International Mathematics and Science Study (TIMSS). Center for the Study of Testing, Evaluation, and Educational Policy. Chestnut Hill, Mass.: Boston College. Murnane, Richard J. 1998 What Does TIMSS Tell Us About the Factors That Relate to or Influence Individual Achievement? Memorandum commissioned by the Board on International Comparative Studies in Education. Available from the Graduate School of Education, Harvard University. National Research Council 1993 A Collaborative Agenda for Improving International Comparative Studies in Education. Board on International Comparative Studies in Education, Dorothy M. Gilford, ed. Washington, D.C.: National Academy Press. Available electronically: http://www.nap.edu/. 1997 Learning From TIMSS: Results of the Third International Mathematics and Science Study. Summary of a Symposium. Board on International Comparative Studies in Education, Alexandra Beatty, ed. Washington, D.C.: National Academy Press. Available electronically: http://www.nap.edu/. Natriello, Gary 1998 Using TIMSS for Examining Curriculum and Its Effects. Memorandum commissioned by the Board on International Comparative Studies in Education. Available from the Department of Philosophy and the Social Sciences, Columbia University Teachers College. Pallas, Aaron M. 1998 Memo on Topic 1. Memorandum commissioned by the Board on International Comparative Studies in Education. Available from the Department of Counseling, Educational Psychology and Special Education, College of Education, Michigan State University. Raizen, Senta A. 1998 Linking Teachers and Teaching to Student Achievement. Memorandum commissioned by the Board on International Comparative Studies in Education. Available from National Center for Improving Science Education, Washington, D.C. Robitaille, David F., and Robert A. Garden, eds. 1996 Research Questions & Study Design. TIMSS Monograph No. 2. David F. Robitaille, gen. ed. Vancouver, Canada: Pacific Educational Press. Rotberg, Iris C. 1990 I never promised you first place. Phi Delta Kappan 72(4):296–303. 1998 Interpretation of international test score comparisons. Science 280(May):1030–1031. Sanders, Mavis G. 1998 What Does TIMSS Tell Us About the Links Among Professional Development, Teaching and Student Achievement? Memorandum commissioned by the Board on International Comparative Studies in Education. Available from the Center for Research on the Education of Students Placed at Risk, Johns Hopkins University, Baltimore, Md. Schmidt, William H., Doris Jorde, Leland S. Cogan, Emile Barrier, Ignacio Gonzalo, Urs Moser, Katsuhiko Shimizu, Toshio Sawada, Gilbert A. Valverde, Curtis McKnight, Richard S. Prawat, David E. Wiley, Senta A. Raizen, Edward D. Britton, and Richard G. Wolfe 1996 Characterizing Pedagogical Flow: An Investigation of Mathematics and Science Teaching in Six Countries. Boston: Kluwer Academic Publishers. Schmidt, William H., Curtis C. McKnight, and Senta A. Raizen 1996 A Splintered Vision: An Investigation of U.S. Science and Mathematics Education, Boston: Kluwer Academic Publishers.

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Next Steps for TIMSS: Directions for Secondary Analysis Shymansky, James A. 1998 Question 3: What Does TIMSS Tell Us About Factors That Relate to or Influence Individual Achievement? Memorandum commissioned by the Board on International Comparative Studies in Education. Available from the Regional Institute for Science Education, University of Missouri, St. Louis. Silver, Edward A. 1998 Improving Mathematics in Middle School: Lessons from TIMSS and Related Research. Report #4331HA7 10013. Washington, D.C.: U.S. Department of Education. Available electronically: http://www.ed.gov/inits/Math/silver.htm/ U.S. Department of Education, National Center for Education Statistics 1998 Linking the National Assessment of Educational Progress (NAEP) and the Third International Mathematics and Science Study (TIMSS): Eighth-Grade Results. May. NCES 98-500. U.S. Government Printing Office, Washington, D.C.. Available electronically: http://nces.ed.gov/pubs98/linking98/.