An insight into children’s early development
Pan European Networks (08.10.2015): The Stavanger Project is a longitudinal study of over 1,300 children from when they are two and a half to when they are ten years of age. The study contributes to increased knowledge on children’s early development. In addition, the Stavanger Project aims to identify which early developmental factors may enhance or inhibit the acquisition of reading, writing and arithmetic skills in school.
The Stavanger Project - The Learning Child is a multi-discipline, longitudinal study conducted by the University of Stavanger in collaboration with the City of Stavanger. The project seeks to gain new knowledge on the development of children aged 2 1/2 to 10 years of age. For more information in English, please visit our English project website.