The Essentials -

The Essentials

Supporting Young Children with Disabilities in the Classroom

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Create an inclusive environment that promotes the success of all young learners Every year, the number of children with developmental delays or disabilities in early childhood programs and classrooms is increasing. What do you need to know to support them? This guide is filled with practical information that will help educators who work with children ages birth through 8 teach children with disabilities alongside their peers. Learn the essentials of what you need to know: " What developmental delays and disabilities are " How special education laws apply to you and your program or school " The process of referral, assessment, IFSP/IEP development, and service delivery " Which supports and interventions can help children be successful socially and academically " How to work with families, special education professionals, and the medical community " Information about specific disabilities, including speech and language impairments, autism spectrum disorder, physical disabilities, and attention-deficit/hyperactivity disorder All children thrive in high-quality programs that recognize and support their individual strengths, interests, and needs. Use the information in this book to help children meet their potential.

Product code: 9781938113291

ISBN 9781938113291
Dimensions (HxWxD in mm) H254xW203
No. Of Pages 160
Publisher National Association for the Education of Young Children
Educators looking for a simple, straightforward introduction to the core concepts of teaching and supporting children with disabilities alongside their peers will want to have this resource at their fingertips. This guide is filled with practical information that will help educators who work with children ages birth through 8 teach children with disabilities alongside their peers.