Meeting of the International Advisory Group of the Survey of Teachers in Pre-Primary Education (STEPP) Project

The Survey of Teachers in Pre-Primary Education (STEPP) Project seeks to develop a common instrument to survey pre-primary teachers and managers in selected countries in close cooperation with partner organizations.
The role of the International Advisory Group is to advise on the project content and process, contributing to its successful implementation. The purpose of the first in-person meeting of the International Advisory Group is to generate a common understanding of the project among the participants and to generate advice on the Survey content and methodology, as well as on the project structure and planning.

The Survey of Teachers in Pre-Primary Education (STEPP) Project seeks to develop a common instrument to survey pre-primary teachers and managers in selected countries in close cooperation with partner organizations.The purpose of the survey is to generate information across participating countries on the actual situations of and practices by pre-primary education personnel that affect the quality of the provision.
The survey findings will serve as a basis for informing policy-level actions aimed at enhancing the capacities of pre-primary education personnel and promoting their professionalization. The role of the International Advisory Group is to advise on the project content and process, contributing to its successful implementation. The purpose of the first in-person meeting of the International Advisory Group is to generate a common understanding of the project among the participants and to generate advice on the Survey content and methodology, as well as on the project structure and planning.


Details

Type of Event
Start 15.07.2015 09:30 local time
End 17.07.2015 12:30 local time
Date to be fixed 0
Focal point Kaga, Yoshie
Organizer Section of Learning and Teachers
Contact y.kaga@unesco.org
Country Worldwide
City Paris
Venue UNESCO Headquarters
Street 7, place de Fontenoy
Room
Permanent Delegation Contact
Major Programme
Language of Event English
Estimated number of participants 20
Official Website
Link 1 Teachers
Link 2 Early childhood care and education
Link 3
Link 4

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