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Disability and Inclusion in Early Years Education
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DISABILITY AND INCLUSION IN EARLY YEARS EDUCATION

PAPERBACK BY COLLETT, CHRIS

£19.99

ISBN
9781138638280
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PUBLISHER
TAYLOR & FRANCIS LTD
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FORMAT
PAPERBACK
PAGES
226 pages
PUBLICATION DATE
30 AUG 2017

DESCRIPTION

Disability and Inclusion in Early Years Education supports practitioners in understanding and implementing inclusive practice relating to disability in Early Years education. Offering a detailed explanation of recent developments in the field, such as the 2015 SEND Code of Practice, it provides straightforward and accessible guidance on implementing the crucial procedures that help to promote good practice. More broadly, the book provides guidance on creating a fully inclusive Early Years environment that will support all children, focusing on high-incidence needs around communication, behaviour and learning. Chapters offer a wealth of practical tools and strategies to support the inclusion of children with disabilities more effectively, covering key topics such as: * assessment, early identification and individualised learning; * working with parents, carers and families; * the key role of picture books; * multi-sensory approaches to learning; * supporting behaviour and communication. This text will be valuable reading for all Early Years practitioners and students that want to promote the inclusion of children with SEND in mainstream provisions.

CONTENTS

List of Figures Introduction Part 1: PRINCIPLES OF INCLUSION * Why include children with SEND? Chris Collett * Assessment, early identification and individualised learning Sue Mitchell and Karen Thorpe * Working with parents, carers and families Chris Collett * Who can help? Chris Collett Part 2: CREATING AN INCLUSIVE EARLY YEARS SETTING 5. The key role of picture books Karen Argent 6. Supporting communication Chris Collett 7. Multi-sensory approaches to learning Ingrid Smith 8. Supporting behaviour Steve Brown 9. Conclusion Chris Collett Appendix One Appendix Two References