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Presenting a high-quality educational program for young children with developmental disabilities, "The Exceptional Child: Inclusion in Early Childhood Education, 4E" combines the research, experience and talent of the experts, with real-life perspectives written by parents of children with disabilities and of those typically developing children. Focusing on the inclusion approach in working with children and families, the text offers proven recommendations for practical application as well as a problem-solving framework for dealing with challenging behavior. Students in field of special education are given guidelines, instructional strategies, and ascertain how to design learning environments to benefit children with developmental disabilities. This third edition offers increased discussions of cultural, racial, and linguistic diversity, updates on the most recent laws to help students meet certification requirements, and new findings in neuroscience relevant to very young children. The color insert describing the varying developmental domains provides a quick, yet thorough summary. The appendices include select lists of screening tools and assessment instruments, sources of information, support and training material for teachers and parents of children with developmental disabilities, and internet resources for helpful reference.
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Eileen K. Allen, Professor Emerita, University of Kansas, spent 30 years as a professor of child development and early childhood education at the University of Washington in Seattle and the University of Kansas at Lawrence. Throughout her career, Eileen was active in national and international organizations focused on the development of young children and their families, including NAEYC, the Commission on Early Childhood Teacher Education, the Council for Exceptional Children, and the National Association of Early Childhood Teacher Educators (NAECTE).Review:
"Clear, non-technical writing is exactly what I search for in every text that I examine, and I examine nearly every new early childhood special education text that is published! The writing style is one of this text's greatest strengths. Concepts are explained clearly and concrete examples and direct application suggestions support the ideas being discussed. It would be very difficult to find a text that is written more clearly." - Ellen M. Lynch, M.Ed, Ed. D., University of Cincinnati, Ohio
"Appropriate research is included to support the content of the text. The amount and depth of the research is just the right fit for a text used at the community college level. I especially liked the brain research included in the second chapter." - Amy Huffman, MA, BS, Professor, Early Childhood Education Guilford Technical Community College, North Carolina
"The text is student friendly - it is written at an appropriate reading level and is interesting for students. There are ample thoughtful, believable examples to explain most concepts and illustrate the points presented by the authors. The stories of children, families and professionals woven throughout the text are engaging and interesting. I like the specific strategies and tools for observation and intervention that are included in the text." - Linda Anderson Welsh, M.A. Professor of Child Development at Austin Community College, Austin, Texas
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