Dissemination Area

Between 2008 and 2012 IERI sponsored a publication in the form of a monograph series.  The work published in this monograph series was that which was funded or commissioned by the Institute, and may include any other work that is submitted to the Institute for publication.  In order to be published as part of the monograph series, submissions underwent and received favorable technical, substantive, and editorial review. The IERI Monograph series is now published as Large-scale Assessments in Education: An IEA-ETS Research Journal.

 For information on how to submit a paper for review and publication please visit us at Large-scale Assessments in Education.

IERI Monograph Series Volume 1 (October 2008)

IERI Monograph Series Volume 2 (October 2009)

IERI Monograph Series Volume 3 (October 2010)

IERI Monograph Series Volume 4 (October 2011)

IERI Monograph Series Volume 4 (October 2011)

Introduction
Matthias von Davier and Dirk Hastedt

Age distribution and reading achievement configurations among fourth-grade students in PIRLS 2006
Michael O. Martin, Ina V. S. Mullis, and Pierre Foy

The influences of home language, gender, and social class on mathematics literacy in France, Germany, Hong, Kong, and the United States
Aminah Perkins, Laura Quaynor, and George Engelhard, Jr.

Hierarchical factor item response theory models for PIRLS: capturing clustering effects at multiple levels

Frank Rijmen

Diagnostic cluster analysis of mathematics skills
Yoon Soo Park and Young-Sun Lee

TEDS-M: Diagnosing teacher knowledge by applying multidimensional item response theory and multiple-group models
Sigrid Blömeke, Richard T. Houang, and Ute Suhl

PISA test format assessment and the local independence assumption
Christian Monseur, Ariane Baye, Dominique Lafontaine, and Valérie Quittre Information for contributors

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IERI Monograph Series Volume 5 (October 2012)

IERI Monograph Series Special Issue 1 (October 2012)

IERI Monograph Series Special Issue 1 (October 2012)

Sample Size Requirements in HLM: An Empirical Study 
The Relationship Between the Sample Sizes at Each Level of a Hierarchical Model
and the Precision of the Outcome Model

Sabine Meinck and Caroline Vandenplas

Foreword
Matthias von Davier and Dirk Hastedt

1. Introduction

2. Literature Review

3. Research Questions

4. Data and Methods

5. Results and Discussion

6. Limitations and Need for Further Research

7. Summary and Conclusions

Appendix

References

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IERI Monograph Series Special Issue 2 (October 2013)

IERI Monograph Series Special Issue 2 (October 2013)

Measuring Students’ Family Background in Large-Scale International Education Studies

Falk Brese and Plamen Mirazchiyski

 

Foreword

Dirk Hastedt and Matthias von Davier

 

1. Introduction

2. Importance of Family Background in Large-Scale Education Studies

3. Measuring Family Background

4. Research Questions

5. Method

6. Findings

7. Discussion

Appendix

References

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