The teaching assistants that I meet are enthusiastic, keen to improve their practice, and valued by the teachers and senior leaders that they work with. However, research on the national picture...Continue reading
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Researching with young and developmentally young children – ethical considerations, dilemmas and compromises
One of the most challenging considerations when researching with children is the question of gaining children’s consent to participate in research and their perspectives on the topic under...Continue reading
In the US we have a systematic and prescriptive practice to deal with children manifesting chronic behavioural issues in the classroom. The method is called Positive Behavioral Supports (PBS). PBS...Continue reading
Cui bono? The myth of the closing gap and the need for radical reconceptualisation of early childhood research
Services for young children and their families have held a prominent place on international policy agendas for decades and have seen remarkable transformations of the underlying concept of what...Continue reading
A joint initiative between the BERA Early Years Special Interest Group and TACTYC (Association for the Professional Development of Early Years Educators) has produced briefing notes and guidance...