Special Needs and Early Years Provision
Special Needs and Early Years Provision provides an overview of the current issues, including research, practice and legislation, involved in meeting special educational needs for the early years age group. It aims to promote reflective practice' and links theory to practice in an engaging and readable style. The book also relates to children at all levels of special needs, rather than focusing on the more severe cases. Numerous examples are provided from a variety of early years settings and the text is peppered with exercises, 'pen pictures' and summary sections. This thoroughly up-to-date guide will be valuable to early years practitioners across all sectors.
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