GTS-Bilanz – Quality of All-day Provisions. Perspectives after 15 Years of Research on All-day Schools
The project “Quality of All-day Provisions” opens up new perspectives after 15 years of research on All-day Schools. Further analyses of empirical data, literature reviews and knowledge transfer from research to practice will contribute to the development of the quality of all-day schools.
Fifteen years after it was decided to establish All-day Schools in Germany, most schools have implemented all-day provisions. Despite the positive trend of the quantity of All-day Schools, the development of quality of all-day provisions seems to make only slow progress. The Study on the Development of All-day Schools (StEG; 2005-2019) found that only high-quality provisions lead to positive students’ outcomes. Hence, the project “Quality of All-day Provisions” will contribute to the development of quality of All-day Schools by conducting further analyses of empirical data, literature reviews and knowledge transfer from research to practice.
The projects‘ topics are 1) the individual development of students, 2) organisation, learning culture and school development, and 3) the collaboration of practitioners and organisations. Regarding these three topics, the project attempts to generate new knowledge and to transfer it from research to practice.
- Institut für Schulentwicklungsforschung (IFS)
- Deutsches Jugendinsittut (DJI)
- Justus-Liebig-Universität Gießen (JLU)
- Universität Kassel
- Pädagogische Hochschule Freiburg
Project TeamNora Wazinski
01/2020 – 04/2022
|Contact:||Dr. Stephan Kielblock, Coordinator|