About this Research Topic
In view of the many commonalities in teaching and learning of mathematics, large-scale mathematics assessment has increasingly attracted the attention of many academics and teachers in various countries, and it is unique in international large-scale assessment.
The development of international large-scale mathematical evaluation represented by the TIMSS and PISA mathematics evaluation has become an important platform for feeding and comparing the quality and effectiveness of mathematics education in different countries, regions or cultures. Therefore, it is naturally a very significant matter to use large-scale mathematical assessment as the research object.
So far, research in this area is gradually emerging in large-scale student evaluation and teaching improvement. Therefore, the focus of this Research Topic will be to examine the impact of large-scale mathematical assessment on student learning and teaching implementation. We welcome interdisciplinary and international researchers and practitioners to introduce and share the theory and practice of large-scale mathematical assessment. We also welcome analysis from various theoretical perspectives and look forward to your joining!
We welcome papers focused on but not limited to:
• The research on students’ performance of mathematical problem-solving ability and its influential factors;
• The path analysis of the mechanism in mathematical academic achievement- influential factor based on primary and middle school students;
• The research on the intermediary effects of mathematical learning strategies in primary and middle school students;
• The research on framework and assessment for mathematics literacy;
• The research on the development of large-scale mathematical assessment theory;
• The research on the evaluation and development of teachers' professional ability.
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Keywords: assessment, large-scale mathematical assessment, investigation, theory, practice
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