building blocks for teaching preschoolers with special needs second edition

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Building Blocks For Teaching Preschoolers With Special Needs

Author : Susan Rebecka Sandall
ISBN : 1557669678
Genre : Education
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Second edition of the bestselling preschool inclusion resource, updated to address OSEP outcomes and ongoing changes in inclusive classrooms.

Essential Elements In Early Intervention Visual Impairment And Multiple Disabilities Second Edition

Author : Deborah Chen
ISBN : 9780891284888
Genre : Education
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Essential Elements in Early Intervention is a complete sourcebooks and guide for early interventionists, teachers of students with visual impairments, and other professionals who work with young children with visual impairments, dual sensory impairments, and multiple disabilities. It includes comprehensive information on vision and hearing examinations, functional vision and hearing assessments, and effective methods of providing early intervention services. The new edition includes expanded, updated information on federal special education legislation, best practices in early intervention, evidence-based outcomes, and the role of the early interventionist, as well as strategies for working with families and educational teams successfully.

Blended Practices For Teaching Young Children In Inclusive Settings

Author : Jennifer Grisham-Brown
ISBN : 1598576682
Genre : Education
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This updated version of the popular textbook bridges the gap between special and general education by integrating knowledge about effective practices for teaching young children 2 to 5 with and without disabilities in center-based settings into one comprehensive approach.

Strategies For Including Children With Special Needs In Early Childhood Settings

Author : Ruth E. Cook
ISBN : 9781305960695
Genre : Education
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This practical, hands-on guide provides strategies and adaptations to accommodate young children with disabilities or special needs. It puts theory into practice with clear examples and directions to ensure all children can participate equally in the inclusive classroom. Adaptations are offered by activity rather than by disability, and the focus is on embedding instruction within daily routines. Short chapters, clear discussion of rationale, and the plentiful examples prepare readers to effectively support children with a variety of common disabilities such as cerebral palsy, Down syndrome, autism, visual impairment, hearing loss, and behavioral challenges. Readers have commented on the usefulness of the strategies, details, and scenarios for working in general and special early childhood education. The text is especially appropriate for seminars accompanying student teaching and internships in general education, special education, and inclusive early childhood classrooms. Important Notice: Media content referenced within the product description or the product text may not be available in the ebook version.

Supporting Social Inclusion For Students With Autism Spectrum Disorders

Author : Cathy Little
ISBN : 9781317279730
Genre : Education
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Drawing together contributions from experts at the forefront of research in the field, Supporting Social Inclusion for Students with Autism Spectrum Disorders demonstrates that social inclusion is a defining feature of successful education of students with a spectrum disorder. Divided into three parts, this book begins by proposing a contemporary and operational definition of social inclusion that will help facilitate active engagement by all stakeholders involved in supporting social inclusion within educational settings. The relationship between well-developed social skills and positive social outcomes is also explored, and subsequent chapters explicate and contextualize social inclusion across a range of educational settings. The final chapters present case studies and viewpoints from stakeholders central to the successful social inclusion of students with the disorder. Through discussion of its findings, this book provides the reader with a deep understanding of social inclusion and confirms its importance in facilitating positive educational outcomes for students with Autism Spectrum Disorder. A unique contribution to the field, this book will be of key interest to postgraduates, researchers and academics in the area of inclusive education and Autism Spectrum Disorder. It will also appeal to those who research, study and work in the areas of special and inclusive education, and developmental psychology.

Early Childhood Intervention Shaping The Future For Children With Special Needs And Their Families 3 Volumes

Author : Christina J. Groark
ISBN : 9780313377945
Genre : Medical
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This eye-opening set looks at young children with special needs, their families, and the laws, policies, programs, and services designed to help them. • Chapters from over 50 best-in-the-field contributors from disciplines including law, medicine, social work, occupational therapy, and education • Matrices, graphs, and diagrams • Extensive reference lists with every chapter

Friendship 101

Author : Kelly J. Whalon
ISBN : 9780865864900
Genre : Education
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The eighth volume of the CEC Division on Autism and Developmental Disabilities' Prism series, Friendship 101 focuses on building social competence, friendship making, and recreation and leisure skills among students with autism spectrum disorder and other developmental disabilities. Chapters in this evidence-based, user-friendly guide address the needs of students in different developmental periods (from pre-K through young adulthood), providing teachers, parents, and teacher educators with tools and strategies for enhancing the social skill development of these children and youth. Presented through an ecological perspective, together these chapters emphasize building social competence within and across school, home, and community contexts.

Early Childhood Assessment In School And Clinical Child Psychology

Author : Adrienne Garro
ISBN : 9781493963492
Genre : Psychology
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This book presents an integrated and coordinated framework for assessing developmental, psychological, and behavioral disorders in early childhood. Expert contributors advocate for natural-environment methods in addition to standardized measures in assessing academic and social skills as well as age-specific behavior problems in young children. Chapters model collaborations between clinicians, family, and daycare and school personnel, address diagnostic and classification issues, and conceptualize assessment as flexible, ongoing, and, as necessary, leading to coordinated services. The book gives practitioners and researchers critical tools toward establishing best practices in an increasingly complex and important area, leading to better prevention and intervention outcomes. Included in the coverage: Standardized assessment of cognitive development. Authentic and performance-based assessment. The use of Response to Intervention (RTI) in early childhood. Collaboration in school and child care settings. Anxiety disorders, PTSD, OCD, and depression in young children. Sleeping, feeding/eating, and attachment problems in early childhood. Early Childhood Assessment in School and Clinical Child Psychology is an essential resource for clinicians and related professionals, researchers, and graduate students in child and school psychology; assessment, testing, and evaluation; occupational therapy; family studies, educational psychology; and speech pathology.

Teaching Infants Toddlers And Twos With Special Needs

Author : Clarissa Willis
ISBN : 0876590695
Genre : Education
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A guide to teachers and directors working with children with developmental delays offers strategies for teaching infants, toddlers, and twos.

Teaching Young Children With Disabilities In Natural Environments

Author : Mary Jo Noonan
ISBN : 1598572563
Genre : Education
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Evidence-based guidance on working with infants and young children with disabilities in natural environments.

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