Birth to Five: Early Childhood Special Education
This new second edition offers comprehensive coverage of early childhood special education in an up-to-date and easier-to-use format. Coverage includes the theories and milestones of child development, along with summaries of major research studies and landmark laws that authorize and fund early intervention and preschool special education programs. In addition, the text presents the major disabilities and developmental delays seen in young children and how educators work with them. The second edition expands the coverage building, room, and outdoor facility design for children with disabilities and updates its easy-to-understand information on using technology to enhance the special education environment.
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