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French-Lee, Stacey; Dooley, Caitlin McMunn – Early Childhood Education Journal, 2015
The purpose of this study is to learn how early childhood educators make ethical decisions. The study also explores how these educators might learn to base their ethical decisions on a professionally accepted ethical code through a participatory professional development process. The professional code of ethics used in this study is the National…
Descriptors: Preschool Teachers, Preschool Education, Early Childhood Education, Ethics
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Hoot, James L.; Szente, Judit – Early Childhood Education Journal, 2013
This article provides practical strategies for beginning scholars to assist in writing for professional publications. Specific strategies include awareness/understanding of publication requirements of institutions, types of manuscripts, creating time and space for writing, knowing publication outlets in the field, ethics/plagiarism, the manuscript…
Descriptors: Writing for Publication, Early Childhood Education, Educational Research, Publishing Industry
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Giovacco-Johnson, Tricia – Early Childhood Education Journal, 2011
This project explores how one early childhood preparation program integrated applied ethics in introductory coursework. Recognizing that students enter teacher education with well-formed values and beliefs regarding children and teaching, carefully planned learning experience and encounters in real life learning contexts expand their understanding…
Descriptors: Social Justice, Teacher Education, Early Childhood Education, Young Children
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Jalongo, Mary Renck – Early Childhood Education Journal, 2002
Contrasts the "fictions of teamwork" existing in educational settings with the characteristics of true colleagueship, focusing on how gender socialization encourages women educators in early childhood settings to remain silent. Addresses ethical responsibilities, perspectives on conflict and criticism, view of excellence, responses to…
Descriptors: Early Childhood Education, Editorials, Ethics, Gender Issues