Including one, including all : a guide to relationship-based early childhood inclusion
Redleaf Press, 2010
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Provides an overview of inclusion with background information on its role in education, describes the "Engage-Reflect-Plan" cycle, and offers stories, strategies, and tools to help educators support children with various needs.
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Inclusive early childhood settings benefit all children, whether or not they have identified special needs. Including One, Including Allprovides theoretical, conceptual, and practical information on relationship-based, inclusive practices for early childhood classrooms, an approach that strengthens every child and supports the child's behavioral, emotional, social, and learning challenges. Written by a team of professionals who are known for their successful work using this model, Including One, Including Allincludes blueprints for organizing this important work with children and their families and addresses the challenges and rewards of inclusion in early childhood classrooms, and chronicles the experiences of two children with special needs in early childhood settings.
- Publisher: Redleaf Press
- Pub. Date: March 1, 2010
Format: Paperback xx, 257 p. : ill. ; 28 cm.
- Age Range: Higher Education (18 yrs. and up)
- ISBN-10: 1-60554-013-7
- ISBN-13: 978-1-60554-013-9
- Follett Number: 11235B5
- Language: English