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Ethics in Education: Contemporary perspectives on research, pedagogy and leadership

It is critically important for emerging professionals in education to be sensitised to the ethical and moral responsibilities of their practice throughout their training and beyond. There is a wide disparity in contemporary practice in this regard, which points to a need for greater clarity and consistency in our thinking about ethics within education.

Ethics in Education attempts to meet this need, and will be a valuable resource for students, teachers and researchers in education, health and social sciences. Most significantly, the increasing awareness of the importance of ethics, diversity and social pedagogy in the teacher education curriculum will ensure that this book becomes essential reading or recommended reading for initial teacher education and CPD courses in education.

The Editors have gathered together an exciting and dynamic group of contributors across many fields of English education, and asked them to help rethink the role of ethics in education in the 21st century. The types of questions that we address include: Do we have a shared view of ethical practice? What are the values that underpin ethical practice? What are our ethical responsibilities as pedagogues?

Editors: Dr Carla Solvason is Senior Lecturer in Education, and Dr Geoffrey Elliott is Professor of Post-Compulsory Education, at the University of Worcester, UK

Title: Ethics in Education
Subtitle: Contemporary perspectives on research, pedagogy and leadership
Subject Classification: Education, Decision Making
BIC Classification: JN, JNM, GPQ
Binding: Hardback, pp. (to be confirmed)
Planned Publication date: March 2023
ISBN (printed book): 978-1-871891-41-6
ISBN (ebook): 978-1-871891-42-3

Price: £69.99
Pre-launch special offer price: £34.99 (Limited time only)

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