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19th February 2016, 04:14 PM
Re: Bath Spa University Ethical Guidelines

Hii Guys , Here Will you please Give me Bath Spa University in School-Based Research Ethical Guidelines Information ?
19th February 2016, 04:16 PM
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Join Date: May 2012
Re: Bath Spa University Ethical Guidelines

Friend For your Help ,I am Providing School of Education Research Ethics Policy Information , Have a Look :

University Principles for Research The following considerations should be observed:
The value of the research
Informed Consent
Openness and Honesty
Right to withdraw without penalty
Confidentiality and anonymity
Protection from harm
Briefing and debriefing
Experience of researcher
Reporting on ethical issues throughout
Intended Dissemination (publication)

Ethics Guidelines in school-based research - Bath Spa University

Contact Details :

44 1225 875546
E-mail: k.reynolds@bathspa.ac.uk

Address :

Bath Spa University,
School of Education and Institute for Education
Newton Park, Bath BA2 9BN
20th February 2016, 11:49 AM
Re: Bath Spa University Ethical Guidelines

Hello sir, I wan to approval form of Bath Spa University for Ethical Guidelines? Can any one provide me Bath Spa University Ethical Guidelines?
20th February 2016, 11:52 AM
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Join Date: May 2012
Re: Bath Spa University Ethical Guidelines

The Bath spa university provides Ethical approval for research within the School of Education is the responsibility of the School of Education Research, Consultancy and Scholarship Committee.

This meets six times per year (in the third weeks of September, November, January, March, May and July).

Here I’m providing you guidelines for all research including undergraduate, PGCE, Masters’ and PhD-level

Data collection methods should be approved by the module tutor/supervisor beforehand through signature of the ethical approval form (appendix 1).

Data collected in a school or educational setting must have the informed consent of the teacher, headteacher or relevant professional in advance.

The informed consent of all adults involved in the research should be given.

Children should be facilitated to give fully informed consent to comply with Articles 3 and 12 of the UNCRC. The consent of parents or carers may be required.

Names of the school, staff or children should not be used. Pseudonyms should be used to conceal identities.

Confidential information about children or staff should not be disclosed.

Data should be collected and stored securely, using appropriate encryption software.

The research report should be available for scrutiny by the individuals and/or institutions involved.
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