TALIS Starting Strong Survey 2018 Fact Sheet
- 2016: instrument development
- 2016 – 2018: framework development (released in March 2019)
- October 2016: pilot study
- May – June 2017: field trial
- March – June 2018: main survey data collection (Northern Hemisphere)
- August – October 2018: main survey data collection (Southern Hemisphere)
- 2019 – 2020: analysis and reporting
- Who are the early childhood education and care (ECEC) staff in participating countries? What can policy do to help attract, retain and develop qualified staff?
- What does quality look like in early childhood centres for children under the age of three? What are the qualifications and practices of staff that work in these centres and home-based settings, and how do they differ from services for older children?
- How do structural characteristics of ECEC settings link to staff’s beliefs, practices and their interactions with children?
- Do staff working with children from different social and cultural backgrounds report the same levels of quality of interactions between staff and children? Do staff job satisfaction, working conditions and self-efficacy vary according to the composition of the children’s group?
- No assessment
The conceptual framework of TALIS Starting Strong Survey 2018 addresses themes mainly involving:
- ECEC staff-child interactions
- ECEC center characteristics
- ECEC leader and staff characteristics
- Themes that intersect with other themes
- Staff and the leaders working in ISCED Level 02 preprimary education
- Staff and the leaders working in registered ECEC settings for children under age 3
180 centers for each population of interest (ISCED level 02 and settings for children under age 3)
One leader and one staff questionnaire per level of early childhood care and education (ISCED level 02 and settings for children under age 3); completed online, on paper or both.
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