Birth to Five: Early Childhood Special Education
This book offers in depth coverage of working with young children who have developmental delays or disabilities. Ties in the NAEYC 'developmentally appropriate practice' guidelines with the DEC recommended practices to respond to the need in early childhood special education for similar guidance. Includes a focus throughout on the special needs of children and families from ethnic and racial minority groups.
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Program Design 145 Empowering Families
Planting the Seeds
Early Childhood Special Value Conflicts
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