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Title: 當代臺灣幼兒家庭基本資料、生活環境樣貌及能力發展:KIT資料庫樣本
Other Titles: Family Background, Living Environments, and Development in Modern Taiwanese Children: Introduction to the Subjects in KIT Databank
Authors: 張鑑如
Chien-ju Chang, Hsi-Ping Nieh, Li-Tuan Chou
Issue Date: Dec-2018
Publisher: 國立臺灣師範大學人類發展與家庭學系
National Taiwan Normal University Department of Human Development and Family Studies
Abstract: 臺灣幼兒發展調查資料庫建置計畫(簡稱KIT)透過長期追蹤我國0-8歲幼兒的發展,記錄我國幼兒在認知語言、社會情緒、身體動作的發展歷程,以及家庭、教保環境與經驗等影響因素的變化。本計畫共追蹤兩組樣本,包括2016年4月至2017年6月出生之3月齡組幼兒及2013年4月至2014年3月出生之36月齡組幼兒,透過分層兩階段PPS抽樣法,取得具有全國代表性之樣本。3月齡組樣本於3個月、6個月、12個月、及18個月接受追蹤調查,並從24個月開始,進行每年一次的追蹤調查至8歲為止;36月齡組幼兒則進行每年一次的追蹤調查至8歲為止。本篇紀要說明目前已經收集完成3月齡組第一波到第三波,以及36月齡組第一波到第二波的幼兒家庭基本資料、生活環境樣貌及能力發展初步結果。未來除繼續完成調查外,並規劃逐步釋出資料。希望本計畫的成果,可以作為擬定兒童健康、福利、家庭、托育等政策的參考。
The main purpose of Kids in Taiwan: National Longitudinal Study of Child Development and Care (KIT) is to develop a national databank for child development research. This project measures children’s developmental trajectories of cognitive, language, social, emotional, and physical abilities from 3 months to 8 years old. The project also measures changes in family, environment, and child care arrangement over time. The KIT project consists of two national representative samples, KIT-M3 (date of birth: 2016/4/1-2017/6/30) and KIT-M36 (date of birth: 2013/4/1-2014/3/31), which were selected through stratified two-stage probability proportional to size(PPS)sampling. KIT-M3 data collections are scheduled at 3 months old, 6 months old, 12 months old, 18 months old, and annually from 2 to 8 years old. For KIT-M36, data collections are scheduled annually from 3 to 8 years old. This report presents the results of wave one to wave three data collection of KIT-M3 and the results of wave one to wave two data collection of KIT-M36. Besides data collection and analyses, the KIT project is planning to release data to researchers in the future. Research using KIT data will provide policy makers strong evidence in child health, welfare, family and child care policies.
Other Identifiers: 13A51A04-BA8E-7ECE-F946-13E379A92BDA
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