Internationales zur Pädagogik der frühen Kindheit

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Internationale Längsschnittuntersuchungen

Effective Pre-School, Primary & Secondary Education (EPPSE)
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EPPSE is “the first major study in the UK to focus specifically on the effectiveness of early years education. The EPPSE project is a large-scale, longitudinal study of the progress and development of children from pre-school to post-compulsory education. … More than 3,000 children were assessed at the start of pre-school around the age of 3 and their development was  [ ... ]   

European Child Care and Education Study. School-age Assessment of Child Development. Long-term Impact of Pre-school Experiences on School Success, and Family-School Relationships. Final Report for Work Package # 2.
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"This is the second and final volume summarising the findings of the ECCE (European Child Care and Education) project. The overall project had two interrelated goals: 1. To better understand the nature and quality of care received by 4 year-old Austrian, German, Portuguese, and Spanish children, and how it affects the children's developmental outcomes. 2. To better understand, [...]
HighScope Perry Preschool Study
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Übersichtsseite zu diesem sehr bekannten empirischen, langzeitlich angelegten Forschungsprojekt über die Effizienz vorschulischer Erziehung mit Verweisen auf Volltexte, Daten, Publikationen in Englisch. This study "examines the lives of 123 children born in poverty and at high risk of failing in school. From 1962–1967, at ages 3 and 4, the subjects were randomly divided into  [ ... ]   

NICHD Study of Early Child Care and Youth Development (SECCYD)
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The National Institute of Child Health and Human Development (NICHD) “started the Study of Early Child Care and Youth Development (SECCYD), formerly the NICHD Study of Early Child Care (SECC), in 1991. Working with more than 1,300 children and their families from when the children were infants until they turned 15, the researchers collected information in four phases and analyzed how different child care arrangements related to measurements of the children\'s health, behavior, school performance and other indicators of development in infancy, early childhood, middle childhood and middle adolescence.”
The Children of the Cost, Quality, and Outcomes Study Go To School. Technical Report.
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This report presents the longitudinal findings from the Cost, Quality, and Child Outcomes in Child Care Centers study, an investigation designed to examine the complex relationships between children's experiences in centerbased child care and school and their social, emotional, and cognitive outcomes. This research began in 1992 - 93 as a comprehensive examination of the costs [...]

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