Help Gifted Kids Understand Ethics in Research
Help Gifted Kids Understand Ethics in Research
PUBLISHED: Thursday, March 12, 2015 by Lacy Compton

Many gifted students are asked to take part in investigations or research for their classes, science fairs, and other activities. But how many of your students understand the principle of ethical research design and completion? To help your students grasp this concept, direct their attention to the "Ethics in Research" site, which provides a nice overview. Then, ask students to watch the video, "A Class Divided," which shows a real-life example of an investigation that pushed the boundaries of ethical research. This video is a great precursor to a discussion on famous experiments that crossed the line when it came to ethical research.

The ideas for this blog came from our upcoming book, Action Research for Kids, which includes a lesson on ethical research and much, much more! You can preorder your copy of Action Research for Kids by clicking here. You may also like two products relatively new to Prufrock, Think Data and Looking for Data in All the Right Places.