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The Exceptional Child, Inclusion in Early Child Education is an authoritative text written by master teachers who back up their writing with years of research in the field of child development, developmental disabilities, and early childhood education. This text will enable teachers, parents, and all related early childhood personnel to design and implement quality program The Exceptional Child, Inclusion in Early Child Education is an authoritative text written by master teachers who back up their writing with years of research in the field of child development, developmental disabilities, and early childhood education. This text will enable teachers, parents, and all related early childhood personnel to design and implement quality programs that meet the needs of all children. This includes those who are developing typically, as well as those with developmental disabilities and challenging behaviors. The authors emphasize offering each child individualized learning opportunities that are developmentally appropriate and feasible within the context of a classroom that accommodates both normally developing and exceptional children. This jargon-free text gives students the essential information they need to feel confident about their contributions to the health and learning of all children in their charge.


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The Exceptional Child, Inclusion in Early Child Education is an authoritative text written by master teachers who back up their writing with years of research in the field of child development, developmental disabilities, and early childhood education. This text will enable teachers, parents, and all related early childhood personnel to design and implement quality program The Exceptional Child, Inclusion in Early Child Education is an authoritative text written by master teachers who back up their writing with years of research in the field of child development, developmental disabilities, and early childhood education. This text will enable teachers, parents, and all related early childhood personnel to design and implement quality programs that meet the needs of all children. This includes those who are developing typically, as well as those with developmental disabilities and challenging behaviors. The authors emphasize offering each child individualized learning opportunities that are developmentally appropriate and feasible within the context of a classroom that accommodates both normally developing and exceptional children. This jargon-free text gives students the essential information they need to feel confident about their contributions to the health and learning of all children in their charge.

30 review for The Exceptional Child: Inclusion in Early Childhood Education

  1. 5 out of 5

    arjuna

    Good plain-English guide to the principles of inclusive practice; like most US-centric EC texts it tends to assume the reader is ignorant of the rationale for some fairly basic aspects of care (standards and practices that centres in other countries may take pretty much for granted), but on the whole a useful introductory text - sometimes that spelling-out works in students' favour. It's always interesting to see how the rather peculiar legislative and statutory environment over there affects th Good plain-English guide to the principles of inclusive practice; like most US-centric EC texts it tends to assume the reader is ignorant of the rationale for some fairly basic aspects of care (standards and practices that centres in other countries may take pretty much for granted), but on the whole a useful introductory text - sometimes that spelling-out works in students' favour. It's always interesting to see how the rather peculiar legislative and statutory environment over there affects the way things are done (e.g. situations where funding/support etc is contingent upon child age rather than developmentally appropriate educational placement, or a specific diagnosis rather than the simple case of need, etc). Very different mindset, but as I say, useful to know about esp. because it highlights the reasons for doing things differently. A good solid grounding in the basic issues and practices of inclusion.

  2. 4 out of 5

    Naomi

    One of the best books I've had to read for school yet. I'm keeping this one on my shelf for ideas and future reference. One of the best books I've had to read for school yet. I'm keeping this one on my shelf for ideas and future reference.

  3. 5 out of 5

    Jay Gabler

    Text for a class I'm teaching at Rasmussen. Text for a class I'm teaching at Rasmussen.

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    Judy Rohlfing

    Using this as a text in my Ivy Tech class this semester.

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