The UCL Centre for Teacher and Early Years Education works to improve quality in early years teacher education in China, to transform education for 170 million children and their families.
The Centre has recently published a number of reports exploring a variety of themes including: the characteristics of effective parenting programmes, understanding assessment in early years’ settings, and comparing international 0-3 curriculum frameworks to inform guidelines in China.
These reports have been made available from the Centre for Teacher and Early Years Education, based at UCL Institute of Education. You can also access and download these reports from their own website: https://www.ucl.ac.uk/ioe/departments-and-centres/centres/centre-teacher-and-early-years-education.
If you wish to reference the report, please note the correct citation details included in each report.
Links to the individual reports:
- What Makes an Effective Early Childhood Parenting Programme: a Systematic Review of Reviews and Meta-analyses
- What Makes an Effective Early Childhood Parenting Programme: a Systematic Review of Reviews and Meta-analyses (Chinese version)
- Early Childhood Education in People’s Republic of China: A Literature Review of the publications written in English
- Rapid Evidence Assessment on Quality Issues in Early Years Education in China
- Understanding Assessment in Early Childhood Education in China
- From Global to Local: How Can International 0-3 Curriculum Frameworks Inform the Development of 0-3 Care and Education Guidelines in China?
- From Global to Local: How Can International 0-3 Curriculum Frameworks Inform the Development of 0-3 Care and Education Guidelines in China? (Chinese version)