2011 | 37 | 2 | 65-82
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Badanie ’international civic and citizenship education study’ (ICCS) – zrodlo nowych danych o mlodziezy

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Project ’International Civic and Citizenship Education Study’ (ICCS) – a New Source of Data about Young People
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The aim of the article is to present the results of a project ’International Civic and Citizenship Education Study’ executed in the winter and early spring of 2009. It also introduces the research issues and encourages to use the data when it is available for analysis. The subject of the research were 14-year-old students, teachers running their classes and headmasters of the schools which were drawn to investigate the students and teachers. Announced in June 2010, the results of civics tests and measurements of attitudes of 14-year-old students towards public affairs as well as the attitudes of teachers and data about the school environment from 39 countries will become the subject of analysis for the researchers interested in youth and education over the next few years. The research CivEd (1999/2000) showed the results of Polish students and their contemporaries from 27 countries on 11 scales created in 2000 and on 12 scales added later, i.e. at the stage of secondary analysis, which was done, among the others, for the purposes of monitoring the implementation of Lisbon Strategy within active citizenship. The research ICCS IEA, performed a decade later, led to emergence of 33 scales, including many scales referring to Europe and European integration. A great number of repeated questions allows keeping tracks of trends in knowledge and attitudes, i.e. educational and pedagogical achievements/failures of school and non-school environments.
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  • Uniwersytet Warszawski
  • Schulz W., Ainley J., Fraillon J., Kerr D., Losito B., ICCS 2009 International Report: Civic konowledge, attitudes, and engagemnet among lower-secondary school students in 38 countries, Amsterdam: International Association for the Evaluation of Educational Achievement (EA), rozdz. 1, 2010.
  • Dolata R., Koseła K., Wiłkomirska A., Zielińska A., Młodzi obywatele. Wyniki międzynarodowych badań młodzieży, Wydawnictwa Uniwersytetu Warszawskiego, Warszawa 2004.
  • Koseła K., Rychwalska A, Polska młodzież w świetle badań międzynarodowych [w:] Szkoła w dobie Internetu, red. Nowak S., Winkowska-Nowak K., Rycielska L., Wydawnictwo Naukowe PWN, Warszawa 2009.
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