Computation, Computer assisted testing, Computer literacy, Frameworks, ICT in education, Information literacy, International Association for the Evaluation of Educational Achievement (IEA), International Computer and Information Literacy Study (ICILS), International comparisons, Literacy education, Lower secondary years, Measures, Student assessment, Test construction, Tests, Year 8
The second cycle of ICILS in 2018 (ICILS 2018) continued to investigate students’ computer and information literacy (CIL) and also investigated students’ computational thinking (CT). This dimension involves conceptualising problems (through algorithmic or systems thinking) and operationalising solutions (creating, implementing, and evaluating computer-based responses to problems). The inclusion of CT as an option in ICILS 2018 reflects recent interest by educators, researchers, and policymakers in the value of CT in schooling. ICILS 2018 studied how these components of digital competence related to each other and to the school and out-of-school contexts that support learning with and about computer technology. This report presents the outcomes at the international level of analyses of data collected in the ICILS main survey in 2018. This report aims to provide an international perspective on the ICILS data relating to CIL collected across countries. Twelve countries participated in ICILS 2018: Chile, Denmark, Finland, France, Germany, Italy, Kazakhstan, the Republic of Korea, Luxembourg, Portugal, the United States, and Uruguay. The city of Moscow (Russian Federation) and the state of North Rhine-Westphalia (Germany) participated as benchmarking participants.
Fraillon, Julian; Ainley, John; Schulz, Wolfram; Friedman, Tim; and Duckworth, Daniel, "Preparing for life in a digital world: the IEA International Computer and Information Literacy Study 2018 International Report" (2019).
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