With examples of real research projects from students and in-depth author commentaries, this is a step-by-step guide to undertaking an Early Years research project, helping students see what a good project really looks like.
Kay Sambell - University of Northumbria, UK
Mel Gibson - University of Northumbria, UK
Sue Miller - Childrens' Services, Newcastle City Council
This book is a user-friendly, accessible study skills guide designed to support the course materials, subject content and approaches students will encounter.
This textbook provides a clear and comprehensive guide to the different types of research methods, with a particular focus on how these methods can be used in early childhood. Using examples, case studies and reflection points, the book then illustrates how to translate theory into practice.
This book offers an accessible critique of recent Early Childhood Educational Research, taking an international perspective, and highlighting strengths and key focus areas within the field. It will also identify areas where researchers have yet to offer significant insights that support the development of theory, policy and practice.