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TIMSS 2019ENVIRONMENTALAWARENESSRESULTS IEA, 2021

Exhibit 1: Average Environmental Awareness Achievement and Scale Score DistributionsCountryKorea, Rep. ofSingaporeChinese TaipeiRussian FederationFinlandNorway (5)SwedenUnited StatesEnglandJapanAustraliaDenmarkCzech RepublicCanadaHong Kong SARPolandHungaryIrelandBulgariaNorthern inItalySerbiaTurkey (5)CroatiaSlovak RepublicNew ZealandPortugalCyprusMaltaBelgium (Flemish)TIMSS Scale niaUnited Arab EmiratesBosnia and HerzegovinaMontenegroGeorgiaQatarOmanIran, Islamic Rep. ofNorth MacedoniaAzerbaijanKosovoMoroccoAverageScale 26424414408391370Science Achievement pppppppppppppssssssssssssssss100psAverage significantly lower thanthe centerpoint of the TIMSS scale( ) Standard errors appear in parentheses. Because of rounding some results may appear inconsistent.SOURCE: IEA's Trends in International Science and Science Study - TIMSS 2019Downloaded from http://timss2019.org/download200Average significantly higher thanthe centerpoint of the TIMSS scale3004005006005 th700Percentiles of Performance75 th25 th80095 th95% Confidence Interval for Average ( 2SE)

Exhibit 2: Average Environmental Awareness Achievement by GenderCountryGirlsBoysAverageScale ScoreAverageScale ScoreBahrainOmanNorth iaBulgariaKazakhstanSerbiaBosnia and HerzegovinaQatarMontenegroDenmarkNorway (5)SwedenLithuaniaAustraliaUnited Arab EmiratesNew ZealandEnglandHong Kong SARIran, Islamic Rep. ofRussian FederationPolandCyprusFinlandCanadaChinese TaipeiUnited StatesFranceJapanCzech RepublicCroatiaNorthern IrelandSlovak rlandsTurkey (5)Korea, Rep. ofGeorgiaHungaryBelgium 3.7)International Average505 5.3)(3.8)(2.9)(4.0)(3.7)(4.4)502 (0.6)Gender irlsScored HigherBoysScored 0)(4.0)(4.3)(3.6)(2.8)###### ######80400 Difference statistically significant Difference not statistically significant( ) Standard errors appear in parentheses. Because of rounding some results may appear inconsistent.SOURCE: IEA's Trends in International Mathematics and Science Study - TIMSS 2019Downloaded from http://timss2019.org/download4080

Exhibit 3: Effects of Plastic Pollution in Oceans – Example Item 1CountrySwedenFinlandNorway IrelandUnited StatesDenmarkBelgium (Flemish)Northern IrelandMaltaChinese TaipeiCanadaRussian FederationCzech RepublicGermanyKorea, Rep. ofLithuaniaSpainNew ZealandPortugalAustriaHungaryPolandItalySlovak RepublicFranceHong Kong SARInternational AverageChileLatviaTurkey (5)SerbiaCroatiaBahrainArmeniaQatarUnited Arab EmiratesBulgariaAlbaniaBosnia and HerzegovinaGeorgiaMontenegroOmanKazakhstanIran, Islamic Rep. ofMoroccoAzerbaijanNorth MacedoniaKosovoContent Domain: Life SciencePercentFull 2.1)(2.0)(1.8)(1.9)(1.9)(2.3)(1.9)Cognitive Domain: KnowingDescription: States one reason why plastic objects in the ocean are dangerous for sea animalsppppppppppppppppppppppppppThe answer shown illustrates the type of response that would receive full credit (1 point).pppssssssssssssssssssp Percent significantly higher than international averages Percent significantly lower than international average( ) Standard errors appear in parentheses. Because of rounding some results may appear inconsistent.SOURCE: IEA's Trends in International Mathematics and Science Study - TIMSS 2019Downloaded from http://timss2019.org/download

Exhibit 4: Effects of Factory Pollution on Farm Fields – Example Item 2CountryKorea, Rep. ofTurkey (5)SingaporeFinlandSerbiaCanadaRussian FederationIrelandLatviaNew SpainFranceGermanyNorthern IrelandEnglandAustraliaUnited StatesMaltaChinese TaipeiPortugalItalyInternational AverageBosnia and HerzegovinaNorway (5)PolandKazakhstanQatarCzech RepublicSlovak nited Arab EmiratesCroatiaIran, Islamic Rep. ofHong Kong SARAzerbaijanDenmarkBelgium (Flemish)CyprusOmanGeorgiaChileNorth MacedoniaKosovoMoroccoContent Domain: Life SciencePercentFull 2.1)(2.1)(2.1)(1.6)(2.3)(1.8)(1.2)Cognitive Domain: ApplyingDescription: Provides a possible effect of releasing factory pollution into farm fieldsppppppppppppppppppThe answer shown illustrates the type of response that would receive full credit (1 point).ssssssssssssssssssp Percent significantly higher than international averages Percent significantly lower than international average( ) Standard errors appear in parentheses. Because of rounding some results may appear inconsistent.SOURCE: IEA's Trends in International Mathematics and Science Study - TIMSS 2019Downloaded from http://timss2019.org/download

Exhibit 5: Evaluating Resources Used to Produce Electricity – Example Item 3CountryChinese TaipeiBulgariaKorea, Rep. aDenmarkNorway (5)AustraliaCroatiaAustriaCyprusTurkey (5)IrelandMontenegroCanadaSpainNetherlandsHong Kong SARUnited StatesInternational AverageArmeniaFranceSingaporeHungaryJapanNorthern IrelandBahrainOmanIran, Islamic Rep. ofBelgium (Flemish)LatviaKazakhstanUnited Arab EmiratesRussian FederationMoroccoMaltaKosovoNew ZealandSwedenCzech RepublicQatarChileGeorgiaBosnia and HerzegovinaEnglandPolandAzerbaijanSlovak RepublicNorth MacedoniaContent Domain: Earth SciencePercentFull 5)(1.1)(1.3)(1.3)(1.1)(1.3)Cognitive Domain: KnowingDescription: Describes one benefit of using sunlight or wind to produce electricityppppppppppppppppppThe answer shown illustrates the type of response that would receive full credit (1 point).sssssssssssssssssssssssp Percent significantly higher than international averages Percent significantly lower than international average( ) Standard errors appear in parentheses. Because of rounding some results may appear inconsistent.SOURCE: IEA's Trends in International Mathematics and Science Study - TIMSS 2019Downloaded from http://timss2019.org/download

Exhibit 6: Number of Mice Increase After Trees Are Cut Down – Example Item 4CountryChinese TaipeiFinlandBulgariaAustraliaUnited StatesSerbiaRussian FederationTurkey (5)SingaporeJapanArmeniaKorea, Rep. ofCanadaHungaryCzech RepublicIrelandSwedenNorthern IrelandLatviaCyprusPolandBosnia and HerzegovinaKazakhstanNew ZealandEnglandInternational AverageChileSpainSlovak RepublicPortugalDenmarkIran, Islamic Rep. ofLithuaniaCroatiaAlbaniaNorway (5)ItalyAustriaGeorgiaMaltaGermanyOmanBelgium North MacedoniaMontenegroHong Kong SARKosovoQatarUnited Arab EmiratesContent Domain: Life SciencePercentFull (1.6)(1.4)(1.5)(1.3)(1.2)(0.3)Cognitive Domain: ReasoningDescription: Explains why mice increase after trees are cut downppppppppppppppppThe answer shown illustrates the type of response that would receive full credit (1 point).sssssssssssssssssp Percent significantly higher than international averages Percent significantly lower than international average( ) Standard errors appear in parentheses. Because of rounding some results may appear inconsistent.SOURCE: IEA's Trends in International Mathematics and Science Study - TIMSS 2019Downloaded from http://timss2019.org/download

Exhibit 7: Average Environmental Awareness Achievement and Scale Score DistributionsCountrySingaporeChinese TaipeiJapanKorea, Rep. ofFinlandAustraliaRussian FederationLithuaniaSwedenUnited StatesPortugalIrelandHungaryTurkeyIsraelHong Kong SAREnglandNorway (9)New ZealandTIMSS Scale MalaysiaChileUnited Arab EmiratesRomaniaJordanOmanIran, Islamic Rep. ofGeorgiaMoroccoEgyptSouth Africa (9)LebanonAverageScale 3447418384375361339Science Achievement p5 thsAverage significantly lower thanthe centerpoint of the TIMSS scale95% Confidence Interval for Average ( 2SE)( ) Standard errors appear in parentheses. Because of rounding some results may appear inconsistent.SOURCE: IEA's Trends in International Mathematics and Science Study - TIMSS 2019Downloaded from http://timss2019.org/download200Average significantly higher thanthe centerpoint of the TIMSS scalePercentiles of Performance25 th75 th95 th

Exhibit 8: Average Environmental Awareness Achievement by GenderCountryGirlsBoysAverageScale ScoreAverageScale ScoreOmanBahrainJordanQatarEgyptFinlandUnited Arab EmiratesSouth Africa (9)Iran, Islamic Rep. ofCyprusUnited nonIrelandTurkeyGeorgiaEnglandLithuaniaHong Kong SARNew ZealandIsraelChinese TaipeiMoroccoNorway (9)SingaporePortugalJapanFranceRussian FederationItalyChileKorea, Rep. (4.1)International Average489 )(4.8)(4.6)(4.7)(3.3)(4.5)487 7171924Gender DifferenceGirlsScored HigherBoysScored )(5.9)(5.0)(5.8)(4.5)(5.3)(6.3)(4.2)(4.1)###### ###### 80400 Difference statistically significant Difference not statistically significant( ) Standard errors appear in parentheses. Because of rounding some results may appear inconsistent.SOURCE: IEA's Trends in International Mathematics and Science Study - TIMSS 2019Downloaded from http://timss2019.org/download4080

Exhibit 9: Roof Gardens Reduce Carbon Dioxide Levels in the Air – Example Item 5CountrySingaporeChinese TaipeiKazakhstanTurkeyRussian FederationSwedenHong Kong SARKorea, Rep. ofAustraliaQatarIsraelIrelandLithuaniaCyprusUnited StatesBahrainRomaniaUnited Arab EmiratesFinlandInternational ran, Islamic Rep. ofFranceEgyptNorway (9)GeorgiaMoroccoMalaysiaNew ZealandLebanonChileSouth Africa (9)Content Domain: BiologyPercentFull 7)(1.9)(2.0)(1.8)(1.1)Cognitive Domain: ReasoningDescription: Explains how roof gardens in cities help reduce the amount of carbon dioxide in the airppppppppppppsThe answer shown illustrates the type of response that would receive full credit (1 point).ssssssssssssp Percent significantly higher than international averages Percent significantly lower than international average( ) Standard errors appear in parentheses. Because of rounding some results may appear inconsistent.SOURCE: IEA's Trends in International Mathematics and Science Study - TIMSS 2019Downloaded from http://timss2019.org/download

Exhibit 10: Planting Trees Benefits the Environment – Example Item 6CountrySingaporeKorea, Rep. ofTurkeyIrelandAustraliaUnited StatesJapanQatarJordanEnglandSwedenEgyptNew ZealandRomaniaPortugalInternational AverageChinese TaipeiMoroccoKazakhstanHungaryFinlandRussian FederationUnited Arab EmiratesHong Kong SARItalyOmanCyprusBahrainIsraelLithuaniaNorway (9)FranceMalaysiaGeorgiaChileIran, Islamic Rep. ofSouth Africa (9)LebanonContent Domain: BiologyPercentFull 1)(1.6)(1.6)(1.0)(2.0)Cognitive Domain: KnowingDescription: Lists two ways planting trees benefits the environmentpppppppppppsssThe answer shown illustrates the type of response that would receive full credit (1 point).ssssssssssssp Percent significantly higher than international averages Percent significantly lower than international average( ) Standard errors appear in parentheses. Because of rounding some results may appear inconsistent.SOURCE: IEA's Trends in International Mathematics and Science Study - TIMSS 2019Downloaded from http://timss2019.org/download

Exhibit 11: Algal Bloom in a Pond Caused by Human Activity – Example Item 7CountrySingaporeChinese TaipeiFinlandRussian FederationPortugalItalyHungaryJapanKorea, Rep. ofHong Kong SARNew ZealandIrelandUnited nInternational AverageTurkeyAustraliaUnited Arab EmiratesQatarNorway (9)ChileGeorgiaEnglandOmanRomaniaIran, Islamic Rep. ofMoroccoJordanBahrainCyprusEgyptLebanonSouth Africa (9)Content Domain: BiologyPercentFull 9)(2.1)(1.9)(2.3)(0.8)Cognitive Domain: ApplyingDescription: Identifies what human activity can cause algal bloomspppppppppppppThe answer shown illustrates the type of response that would receive full credit (1 point).sssssssssssp Percent significantly higher than international averages Percent significantly lower than international average( ) Standard errors appear in parentheses. Because of rounding some results may appear inconsistent.SOURCE: IEA's Trends in International Mathematics and Science Study - TIMSS 2019Downloaded from http://timss2019.org/download

Exhibit 12: Melting Permafrost Affects the Earth's Climate – Example Item 8CountrySingaporeChinese TaipeiJapanKorea, Rep. ofIrelandFinlandAustraliaLithuaniaNew ZealandUnited StatesEnglandNorway (9)SwedenHong Kong SARTurkeyPortugalFranceRussian FederationInternational nited Arab gyptSouth Africa (9)MoroccoIran, Islamic Rep. ofLebanonContent Domain: Earth SciencePercentFull 7)(1.1)(1.6)(1.6)(1.4)Cognitive Domain: ApplyingDescription: Recognizes how the melting of permafrost affects the Earth's climatepppppppppppppppppssThe answer shown illustrates the type of response that would receive full credit (1 point).ssssssssssssp Percent significantly higher than international averages Percent significantly lower than international average( ) Standard errors appear in parentheses. Because of rounding some results may appear inconsistent.SOURCE: IEA's Trends in International Mathematics and Science Study - TIMSS 2019Downloaded from http://timss2019.org/download

timss.bc.edu IEA, 2021International Associationfor the Evaluation ofEducational Achievement

United States 79 (1.2) p Denmark 78 (2.2) p Belgium (Flemish) 78 (2.1) p Northern pIreland 76 (2.5) Malta 76 (1.8) p Chinese Taipei 75 (2.2) p Canada 75 (1.6) p Russian Federation 74 (2.3) p Czech Republic 73 (1.9) p Germany 73 (2.1) p Korea, Rep. of 73 (2.1) p Lithuania 71 (1.9) p Spain 70 (2.0) p New Zealand 70 (1.7) p Portugal 70 (2.2) p .

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