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Filled with the history and research regarding the legal aspects, disabilities, and issues that are relevant to educating special needs children, The Exceptional Child: Inclusion in Early Childhood Education addresses the approach and tools needed to provide an optimal setting for both the children and their families. Many checklists and forms are included for use within the classroom to aid educators in developing a developmentally appropriate environment. This friendly and easy to use format is useful to educators and parents/caregivers alike.
Table of Contents
|An Inclusive Approach to Early Childhood Education|
|Federal Legislation: Early Intervention and Prevention|
|Inclusive Programs for Young Children|
|Normal and Exceptional Development|
|Developmental Disabilities: Causes and Classifications|
|Sensory Impairments: Hearing & Vision|
|Physical Disabilities and Health Problems|
|Learning and Behavior Disorders|
|Partenership with Families|
|Assessment and the IFSP/ IEP Process|
|Characteristics of Effective Teachers in Inclusive Programs|
|The Developmental Behavioral Approach|
|Arranging and the Learning Environment|
|Facilitating Self- Care, Adaptive and Independence Skills|
|Facilitating Social Development|
|Facilitating Speech, Language and Communication Skills|
|Facilitating Preacademic and Cognitive Learning|
|Managing Challenging Behaviors|
|Planning Transitions to Support Inclusions|
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