Best Practices: The classroom as an assessment arena
Katharine G. Butler
Aspen Publishers, 1994 - Education - 240 pages
Presented in this collection are the strategies for involving parents and families in intervention with very young communicatively impaired children. The concepts that underlie models of service delivery, the s trategies for working with families, caregivers, and peers, and the te chniques for language assessment and intervention are all included.
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