Inclusion In Early Childhood Programs: Children With Exceptionalities

Paperback | December 1, 2010

byK. Eileen Allen, Carol L Paasche, Rachel Langford

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Inclusion in Early Childhood Programs: Children with Exceptionalities, fifth Canadian edition, investigates the education and care of children with special needs from birth through school age in the setting of their neighbourhood early childhood program or school. Inclusion in Early Childhood Programs promotes an inclusive approach to working with children who have exceptionalities, providing valuable information which will enable teachers to feel comfortable teaching children with special needs and to successfully include them into their early childhood programs.

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Inclusion in Early Childhood Programs: Children with Exceptionalities, fifth Canadian edition, investigates the education and care of children with special needs from birth through school age in the setting of their neighbourhood early childhood program or school. Inclusion in Early Childhood Programs promotes an inclusive approach to ...

Format:PaperbackDimensions:10.81 × 8.31 × 0.75 inPublished:December 1, 2010Publisher:Nelson College IndigenousLanguage:English

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ISBN - 10:0176501371

ISBN - 13:9780176501372

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Table of Contents

Section One: Early InterventionChapter 1: an Inclusive Approach to Early Childhood EducationChapter 2: Canadian Legislation: Support for Children through Early InterventionChapter 3: Partnership with FamiliesChapter 4: Preparing Teachers for Inclusive ProgramsSection Two: Developmental DifferencesChapter 5: An Overview of Developmental DifferencesChapter 6: Children with Cognitive DelaysChapter 7: Advanced Cognitive and Developmental Abilities: Children Who Are GiftedChapter 8: Sensory Impairments: Vision and HearingChapter 9: Orthopedic and Health ProblemsChapter 10: Social, Adaptive, and Learning DisordersSection Three: Planning for InclusionChapter 11: The Developmental Behavioural ApproachChapter 12: Identification and the Individual Program Plan (IPP)Chapter 13: Planning Transitions to Support InclusionSection Four: Implementing Inclusive Early Childhood ProgramsChapter 14: Intervention with Specific Age Groups: Infants, Toddlers, and School-Aged childrenChapter 15: Arranging the Inclusive Learning EnvironmentChapter 16: Facilitating Social DevelopmentChapter 17: Facilitating Positive Behaviour (Managing Challenging Behaviours)Chapter 18: Facilitating Cognitive LearningChapter 19: Facilitating First and Second Language, Speech, and the Development of Communication