Data for Secondary Use
As part of the Framework Programme for Empirical Educational Research, the German Federal Ministry of Education and Research supports the provision of research data for secondary use. The following projects from the research cluster Language Education and Multilingualism have made data available:
- MIKS - Multilingualism as a field of action in intercultural school development: An intervention study in primary schools
- MIKS II - Dissemination of a professionalisation and school development concept in an age of new migration
Data type: Transcripts from interviews with teachers and school principals, pre- and post-intervention; interview guidelines; consent form template; rules for transcribing and anonymising data.
- BiPeer - Facilitating German reading skills among bilingual primary school children through peer learning
Data type: Cross-sectional and longitudinal test and questionnaire data on training content; background data from parental interviews; transcripts and audio recordings from a training session.
The above datasets are in German only and are available for secondary use at the German Network of Educational Research Data.