The Programme for International Student Assessment, or PISA, is a large-scale educational survey conducted once in three years to measure 15-year-olds' ability to use their knowledge in science, mathematics, reading, and other domains to meet real-life challenges.
In PISA 2015 and 2018, students' attitudes towards information and communication technology (ICT) were assessed by the ICT Engagement Framework. It includes four attitudes towards ICT: (1) ICT autonomy, (2) ICT competence, (3) ICT interest, and (4) ICT in social interaction.
We used the Open Resource Knowldege Graph to collect research papers exploring students' attitudes towards ICT in PISA 2015 and 2018 in relation to their academic achievement. When you select a paper here, you get a link to the ORKG.
When you hover over the map, you can see the number of studies referring to a specific country. These countries were studied separately, or in comparison with others. If the country is not highlighted on the map, there are no studies related to it in our database.