An Activity-based Approach to Early Intervention
Updated and revised in response to research and reader feedback, the second edition of this popular guide is more user friendly than ever. The simple, two-part format breaks the information into practical, accessible sections. Section I details how to use the activity-based approach with children from birth to 5 years of age. Section II provides a concise history of developments in early intervention and then explains why activity-based intervention effectively promotes naturalistic learning opportunities. Child-directed techniques and ready-to-use forms assist teachers and interventionists to individualize goals and objectives, match developmental levels, plan and execute program schedules and activities, and monitor child progress over time. An Activity-Based Approach to Early Intervention, Second Edition, is an ideal text for undergraduate and graduate students of early intervention, special education, and child development, and it serves as a practical in-service resource for program administrators, therapists, interventionists, and other members of transdisciplinary teams.
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