Characteristics of the Centres in the EPPE Sample: Observational profiles (häftad)
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Häftad (Paperback / softback)
Språk
Engelska
Antal sidor
74
Utgivningsdatum
2001-01-01
Förlag
Institute of Education
Medarbetare
Siraj-Blatchford, Iram
Illustrationer
52 Figures; 13 Tables, black and white
ISBN
9780854735969
Characteristics of the Centres in the EPPE Sample: Observational profiles (häftad)

Characteristics of the Centres in the EPPE Sample: Observational profiles

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The EPPE project investigates the characteristics of early childhood education and care through a variety of research methods; this paper reports on just two instruments. A 'centre profile' was created for each centre through systematic observation and questions to staff. This paper describes the characteristics of the 141 centres used by 3- and 4- year-old children in the EPPE sample.
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Overview of the Project Executive Summary Assessing Pre-School Environments Methods Rating scales: the Early Childhood Environment Rating Scale (ECERS-R) and the English Extension (ECERS-E) Procedure Inter-observer reliability Sample of regions and centres Summary of the different types of provision Results Distribution of the scores and an overview of the sub-scales A descriptive profile of the two settings: playgroups and nursery classes A comparison of pre-school environments according to type of provision The focus on curriculum in ECERS-E Focus on combined centres Variation within types of provision The relationship between ECERS-R and ECERS-E ECERS-R and ECERS-E factor analysis Global dimensions of quality Comparison between types of provision on the two dimensions Discussion Relating this study to previous research Profiles found in different types of provision Appropriateness of ECERS-R and ECERS-E Appendices