PISA report

Are students well prepared for future challenges? Can they analyse, reason and communicate effectively? Do they have the capacity to continue learning throughout life? The OECD Programme for International Student Assessment (PISA) answers these questions and more, through its surveys of 15-year-olds in the principal industrialised countries. Every three years, it assesses how far students near the end of compulsory education have acquired some of the knowledge and skills essential for full participation in society.

Based on test results in 2006, Finland and South Korea  were in the top five in reading and maths. Portugal, Italy, Spain, and Greece were below average .

 What are the reasons for this poor performance of our teenagers?

How would you improve these results?

Watch this video  about  learning science in a Primary School in Finland.

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3 thoughts on “PISA report

  1. jaume

    Beautiful girl!
    Can you pronounce slowly to be able to compare
    with my pronuntiation,please?

  2. carmina

    Jaume, I don`t understand how I can help you to pronounce slowly, can be “eslouli”. Another hand, how many hours do you spend to learn English? Thanks.

  3. jaume

    Carmina!Carmina! Stop moking me.I don’t want to pronounce slowly,I should like to pronounce well the words that says the beautiful girl “VOKI”.
    On the other hand.I spend many hours learning English firstable because I like and also because I am silly enough so I must spend a lot of hours to reach aproval results.
    With luve

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