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Early Childhood Special Education - 0 to 8 Years: Strategies for Positive Outcomes

 
 
 
 
Early Childhood Special Education - 0 to 8 Years: Strategies for Positive Outcomes
Author: Sharon A. Raver
ISBN 13: 9780131745988
ISBN 10: 131745980
Edition: 1
Publisher: Pearson
Publication Date: 2008-03-13
Format: Paperback
Pages: 412
List Price: $103.60
 
 

Featuring the application of evidence-based strategies, ecological and family-based approaches, effective learning, and the use of responsive cultural/linguistic practices, Early Childhood Education (0-8 Years): Strategies for Positive Outcomes, prepares students for all the professional knowledge and skill competencies they need to promote optimal development in infant and toddlers (0-3), preschoolers (3-5), and primary-aged (6-8) children with special needs. Using real-life case studies to illustrate recommended practices, the book clearly presents disability characteristics, assessment practices, and easy-to-implement interventions for inclusive and special education settings, while giving students all the resources they need to master and apply the material.

Highlights of This First Edition:

  • Prepares students with ALL the professional knowledge and skill competencies necessary to promote optimal development in children with special needs from birth through 8 years old.
  • Highlights intervention techniques from special education, speech-language pathology, occupational/physical therapy, and the fields of vision and hearing impairments.
  • Uses a real-life case study in each chapter to illustrate recommended practices and strategies.
  • Examines the legal, philosophical, and instructional tenets of the field of Early Childhood Special Education in detail, including IDEA 2004.
  • Features how to use evidence-based practices and strategies that maximize communicative, cognitive/literacy, fine and gross motor, adaptive, and social-emotional development in infants and toddlers, preschoolers, and primary-aged children.