Ethical Practice in Early Childhood
- Ioanna Palaiologou - Institute of Education, University College London, UK
Child Protection | Early Childhood Education | Educational Research Methods
- involving young children in research
- informed consent
- research tools with children under five
- researching children with special needs
- researching vulnerable groups
- researching other cultures
- multi-agency working
- loss and bereavement
- ethical practices when studying early childhood
- safe-guarding young children
- ethics and leadership
Examples from education, health and social work are examined, and there are chapter overviews, activities, case studies, points for discussion and recommendations for further reading and useful Websites in each chapter; which help to engage the reader and facilitate critical thinking and reflective practice. This is a comprehensive guide to a developing field for the early years student and practitioner.
Very thought provoking and easy to read.
This resource has elements that fit within several of our level 4 modules.
Excellent source of information for both FD and BA students - usefully simple yet giving enough breadth and depth to a complicated subject but in an engaging and easy to use format, often cited when students are asked to demonstrate understanding
Individual chapters tackle the different aspects of research with young children. Good links and ideas for further reading and research.
This is a clear, concise and easy to follow guide on the importance of ethical considerations in practice.
This book is essential to enable students to develop an understanding around research with children
A useful text for use across a range of subject areas in early years. extends thinking regarding issues that are key to understanding ethical issues in e.g. multi agency working, safeguarding, policy and practice. I particularly welcome the chapter on ethical researching in other culture which is an highly unexplored domain.
Very helpful text for exploring ethical issues relating to working with children.
The chapter entitled ethical researching in other cultures is particularly useful in this book. Not something that usually has a chapter devoted to it and therefore is good reading and offers good points for discussion
This is an essential text for all Foundation Degree students who are undertaking their research project. In particular the sections on how to communicate with children and how to actively seek their consent is a must read for all students and early years practitioners undertaking setting-based research