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Internationally, it is the most comprehensive survey of adult skills ever undertaken. Through interviews with a representative sample of respondents aged in each participating country, it assesses literacy and numeracy skills and ability to solve problems in technology-rich environments.
It builds on previous international surveys of adult skills, allowing literacy levels to be compared over a year period for some countries. New Zealand, together with 8 other countries, participated in a second round. This follows a first round in 25 countries whose results were published in October A third round has also begun.
The New Zealand data collection took place in April —FebruaryMaori research paper results were published on 28 June For links to two earlier international surveys of adults skills: What is the Survey of Adult Skills?
The Survey of Adult Skills: Round 1 results from 25 countries were published on 8 October and round 2 results, including New Zealand's, were published on 28 June Round 3 results are planned for The survey was carried out by: The information from individual respondents is strictly confidential.
Published results are for groups of people where individuals cannot be identified. The Survey of Adult Skills builds on previous international surveys of adult skills, allowing literacy levels to be compared over a year period for some countries.
It breaks new ground by: NRB selected a representative sample of year olds who were New Zealand usual residents. The interviews contained the following elements: A background questionnaire that collected information on education, work, use of skills at work and in everyday life, languages spoken and socio-demographic information.
The background questionnaire was administered face-to-face by an interviewer who entered the answers into a laptop computer. A skill assessment which was undertaken by the respondent on the laptop. Some respondents were provided with paper assessment booklets instead. Test items covered a wide range of difficulty and measured skill in three skill domains: Which other countries participated in the Survey of Adult Skills?
The following countries undertook the Survey of Adult Skills in round 1: The following countries are took part in round 2 at the same time as New Zealand: International sites of interest.Explore molecule shapes by building molecules in 3D!
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