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This new text is the only resource out there to address the needs of today's early years students/trainees and support them through every stage of the early years research process. Research in the Early Years contains case study material in the form of four fictional students' experiences, which run through the book. Readers follow these example students through their dissertation module as they address common problems, issues and pitfalls. Clear explanations and a step-by-step approach are balanced with sufficient depth and rigour to challenge those on undergraduate courses or following graduate programmes such as EYPS.
|Publication date:||11th May 2012|
|Author:||Pam Jarvis, Jane (Bradford College, UK) George, Wendy (Bradford College, UK) Holland, Stephen Newman|
|Publisher:||Routledge an imprint of Taylor & Francis Ltd|
|Categories:||Teacher training, Pre-school & kindergarten, Colleges of further education, Colleges of higher education,|
Dr Pam Jarvis is currently Senior Lecturer at Bradford College University Centre and Associate Lecturer for the Open University. She has many years' experience of creating and teaching developmental, social science and social policy modules for Education/Child Development programmes. Dr Stephen Newman is currently Senior Lecturer in Education and Continuing Professional Development at Leeds Metropolitan University, and Course Leader for the MSc in Leadership and Management. He was formerly the Course Leader for MA and MEd programmes in the McMillan School of Teaching, Health and Care at Bradford College University Centre. Wendy Holland (MA) has experience of teaching in ...More About Pam Jarvis, Jane (Bradford College, UK) George, Wendy (Bradford College, UK) Holland, Stephen Newman