Trends in International Mathematics and Science Study

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Working Paper
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Howie, Sarah. "A national assessment in mathematics within an international comparative assessment." Perspectives in Education 22, no. 2 (2004): 149-162.
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Howie, Sarah. "System-level evaluation: Language and other background factors affecting mathematics achievement." Prospects 35, no. 2 (2005): 175-186.
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Howie, Sarah. "Language and other background factors affecting secondary pupils' performance in mathematics in South Africa." African Journal of Research in SMT Education (2003).
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Howie, Sarah, and Tjeerd Plomp. "TIMSS-Mathematics findings from national and international perspectives: in search of explanations." Educational Research and Evaluation: an international journal on theory and practice 11, no. 2 (2005): 101-106.
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Howie, Sarah, and Vanessa Scherman. "The achievement gap between science classrooms and historic inequalities." Studies In Educational Evaluation 34, no. 2 (2008): 118-130.
Conference Paper
Howie, Sarah, Vanessa Scherman, and Elsie Venter. "Exploring student-level explanatory factors in science achievement in South African secondary schools." 2nd IEA International Research Conference. Washington D.C., United States, 2006.
Journal Article
Howie, Sarah, Vanessa Scherman, and Elsie Venter. "The gap between advantaged and disadvantaged students in science achievement in South African secondary schools." Educational Research & Evaluation 14, no. 1 (2008): 29-46.
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Howie, S J, T A Marsh, J Allummoottil, M Glencross, C Deliwe, and C A Hughes. "Middle school students' performance in mathematics in the Third International Mathematics and Science Study: South African realities." Studies In Educational Evaluation 26, no. 1 (2000): 61-77.
Book
Howie J, Sarah. Mathematics and science performance in grade 8 in South Africa 1998/1999 : TIMSS-R 1999 South Africa. Pretoria , South Africa: Human Sciences Research Council, 2001.
Book Section
Howie J, Sarah. "Contexts of learning mathematics and science: lessons learned from TIMSS." Multi-level factors affecting the performance of South African pupils in mathematics (2006).
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