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IJREE – International Journal for Research on Extended Education 1-2013


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IJREE – International Journal for Research on Extended Education 1-2013 (2013), Verlag Barbara Budrich, 51379 Leverkusen, ISSN: 2196-3673, 2013 #1,

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Beschreibung / Abstract

IJREE – International Journal for Research on Extended Education aims at creating international visibility and a stronger scientific profile for the research field of extended education. The Journal is published by a group of internationally renowned educational researchers and is funded by the German Research Foundation (DFG). From early childhood to late adolescence, young people are enrolled in various public or private forms of educational  arrangements. Some of them, particularly pre-school-aged children, attend kindergarten or participate in early learning courses. School-aged children often participate in school- or community-based programmes, forms of private tutoring or after-school activities such as art courses or academic clubs, or they attend all-day schools.  In as far as these activities and programmes focus on the social, emotional and academic development of children and young people and are pedagogically structured to make it easier for the participants to learn specific contents they can be summarized by the term extended education.


  • Content
  • Editorial
  • Articles: Main Topic: National Research Reports (Part I)
  • du Bois-Reymond: Extended Education in the Netherlands
  • Schuepbach/von Allmen: Swiss National Report on Research on Extended Education
  • Stecher/Maschke: Research on Extended Education in Germany – A General Model with All-Day Schooling and Private Tutoring as Two Examples
  • Bae/Jeon: Research on Afterschool Programs in Korea: Trends and Outcomes
  • Free Contributions
  • Vest/Mahoney/Simpkins: Patterns of Out-Of-School Time Use Around the World: Do They Help to Explain International Differences in Mathematics and Science Achievement
  • Hjalmarsson: Governance and Voluntariness for Children in Swedish Leisure-Time Centres: Leisure-Time Teachers Interpreting Their Tasks and Everyday Practice
  • Reviews Section
  • Sheppard: After-School Centers and Youth Development: Case Studies of Success and Failure.
  • Kielblock: “Schools can ignore what lies beyond their gates, but they cannot escape it!”
  • Author‘s Information
  • Authors

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