Early Childhood Qualitative Research is an edited book that captures the importance of conducting educational research and the significance of such research being scholarly and rigorous. In addition, this book does a phenomenal job of stressing the importance of giving participants in educational research a voice to describe their experiences is stressed, including the experiences of classroom teachers. The aim to provide professionals in the early childhood arena an opportunity to see different perspectives than they make typically be exposed to and to provide them with opportunities to critique current practices, in order to enhance qualitative research practices in the field of early childhood education.
Early Childhood Research, Educational Research, Qualitative Research
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Del Rio-Roberts, M. (2009). The Role of Qualitative Methods in Early Childhood Education: A Review of J. Amos Hatch’s Early Childhood Qualitative Research. The Qualitative Report, 14(1), 90-93. Retrieved from http://nsuworks.nova.edu/tqr/vol14/iss1/17