OECD report: Internet cools school


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According to a new report from the OECD in Turkey the proportion of students who started school feels decreased by about 25 percent. A similar picture emerges in the majority of economies within the scope of assessment PISA, Turkey was the country where most of the decline. According to the OECD, the Internet is behind this decline.

The Organization for Economic Co-operation and Development (OECD) conducted several surveys with students, teachers and school administrators within the scope of PISA (International Student Assessment Program) 2003, 2012 and 2015.
The organization's three-term surveys show that 15-year-old students' attitudes to school have weakened in the vast majority of countries.
According to the report of Önder Öndeş from Hürriyet newspaper, the details of the report are as follows:

'TURKEY biggest fall of his country POSITION'

The OECD's PISA 2015, according to data analysis employed in the 61.4 percent of the students at the age of 15 levels in Turkey 'themselves of the school' feel. This rate was around 2003 and 85 percent in 2012, Turkey in the position of countries which have experienced the biggest decline in 23'l percent. The average decline in 35 OECD members is about 10 percent.
OECD's assessments show that students who do not consider themselves part of the school also have poor welfare and academic achievement. Students who feel excluded have an average of 22 points in science, one of the tests conducted under the PISA.

According to the OECD's analysis, the reason for the decline is the increase in the time that adolescents spend in the virtual world. As students' presence in the online world has increased, face-to-face communication with school communities has narrowed. OECD data show that, especially since 2012, the presence of 15-year-old students in mobile online internet services has increased rapidly.

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