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Inclusion in Early Childhood Programs with Printed Access Card (12 Months/Multi Term) for NelsonStudy
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Inclusion in Early Childhood Programs examines the education and care of children with special needs from birth through school age. The fundamental belief of the authors is that regardless what special needs a child has, they are a child and, wherever possible, should be included in programs and schools. There is brief coverage of child development theory, along with information about the barriers that exist for true inclusion at all levels?program, community, and government. The textbook comes with access to NelsonStudy, a new online platform that allows students to review key concepts through self-study practice quizzes, videos, interactive exercises, and more. This is a comprehensive resource designed to provide updated research and current trends, reflecting the challenges educators face today and provides valuable information inspiring those who read it to work towards a world of inclusivity for all.
  • The language has shifted from “teacher” to “educator” to better reflect terminology in the field of early childhood education.
  • The language has shifted from “teacher” to “educator” to better reflect terminology in the field of early childhood education.
  • Research has been updated throughout, providing Canadian sources wherever possible.
  • Research has been updated throughout, providing Canadian sources wherever possible.
  • Chapter 3 includes updated and greater information on the role fathers play in children’s development
  • Chapter 3 includes updated and greater information on the role fathers play in children’s development
  • Chapter 4 has new information for students about accessing blogs.
  • Chapter 4 has new information for students about accessing blogs.
  • Chapter 5 includes a new section on Canadian Indigenous understandings of disability.
  • Chapter 5 includes a new section on Canadian Indigenous understandings of disability.
  • Chapter 10 has a new title “Mental Health Disorders” that better reflects the focus on mental health as conditions rather than problem behavior.
  • Chapter 10 has a new title “Mental Health Disorders” that better reflects the focus on mental health as conditions rather than problem behavior.
  • The content in Chapter 15 reflects a shift from emergent to inquiry-based curriculum
  • The content in Chapter 15 reflects a shift from emergent to inquiry-based curriculum
  • Chapter 17 has a sharper focus on behavioural disorders and preventative strategies
  • Chapter 17 has a sharper focus on behavioural disorders and preventative strategies
  • Chapter 18 reflects a shift from the focus on traditional cognitive activities to one where cognitive learning is holistic and an integral aspect of all children’s learning.
  • Chapter 18 reflects a shift from the focus on traditional cognitive activities to one where cognitive learning is holistic and an integral aspect of all children’s learning.
  • NelsonStudy brings course concepts to life with engaging and interactive learning tools, including self-study practice quizzes, videos, interactive exercises, and more. Students easily access NelsonStudy online from any device – no set up, just success! Activate your NelsonStudy access card at www.nelsonbrain.com
  • NelsonStudy brings course concepts to life with engaging and interactive learning tools, including self-study practice quizzes, videos, interactive exercises, and more. Students easily access NelsonStudy online from any device – no set up, just success! Activate your NelsonStudy access card at www.nelsonbrain.com
  • Section 1: Early Intervention
  • Chapter 1: An Inclusive Approach to Early Childhood Education and Care
  • Chapter 2: Canadian Legislation: Support for Children through Early Intervention
  • Chapter 3: Partnership with Families
  • Chapter 4: Preparing Educators for Inclusive Programs
  • Section 2: Developmental Differences
  • Chapter 5: An Overview of Developmental Differences
  • Chapter 6: Children with Cognitive Delays
  • Chapter 7: Advanced Cognitive and Developmental Abilities: Children Who Are Gifted
  • Chapter 8: Sensory Impairments: Hearing and Vision
  • Chapter 9: Orthopedic and Other Health Conditions
  • Chapter 10: Mental Health Disorders
  • Chapter 11: Learning Disabilities
  • Section 3: Planning for Inclusion
  • Chapter 12: Identification and the Individual Education Plan (IEP)
  • Chapter 13: Planning Transitions to Support Inclusion
  • Section 4: Implementing Inclusive Early Childhood Programs
  • Chapter 14: Intervention with Specific Age Groups: Infants, Toddlers, and School-Aged Children
  • Chapter 15: Arranging the Inclusive Learning Environment
  • Chapter 16: Facilitating Social Development
  • Chapter 17: Facilitating Positive Behaviour (Managing Challenging Behaviors)
  • Chapter 18: Facilitating Cognitive Learning
  • Chapter 19: Facilitating Language, Speech, and the Development of Communication
  • Glossary
  • References
  • Index
Inclusion in Early Childhood Programs examines the education and care of children with special needs from birth through school age. The fundamental belief of the authors is that regardless what special needs a child has, they are a child and, wherever possible, should be included in programs and schools. There is brief coverage of child development theory, along with information about the barriers that exist for true inclusion at all levels?program, community, and government. The textbook comes with access to NelsonStudy, a new online platform that allows students to review key concepts through self-study practice quizzes, videos, interactive exercises, and more. This is a comprehensive resource designed to provide updated research and current trends, reflecting the challenges educators face today and provides valuable information inspiring those who read it to work towards a world of inclusivity for all.
  • The language has shifted from “teacher” to “educator” to better reflect terminology in the field of early childhood education.
  • The language has shifted from “teacher” to “educator” to better reflect terminology in the field of early childhood education.
  • Research has been updated throughout, providing Canadian sources wherever possible.
  • Research has been updated throughout, providing Canadian sources wherever possible.
  • Chapter 3 includes updated and greater information on the role fathers play in children’s development
  • Chapter 3 includes updated and greater information on the role fathers play in children’s development
  • Chapter 4 has new information for students about accessing blogs.
  • Chapter 4 has new information for students about accessing blogs.
  • Chapter 5 includes a new section on Canadian Indigenous understandings of disability.
  • Chapter 5 includes a new section on Canadian Indigenous understandings of disability.
  • Chapter 10 has a new title “Mental Health Disorders” that better reflects the focus on mental health as conditions rather than problem behavior.
  • Chapter 10 has a new title “Mental Health Disorders” that better reflects the focus on mental health as conditions rather than problem behavior.
  • The content in Chapter 15 reflects a shift from emergent to inquiry-based curriculum
  • The content in Chapter 15 reflects a shift from emergent to inquiry-based curriculum
  • Chapter 17 has a sharper focus on behavioural disorders and preventative strategies
  • Chapter 17 has a sharper focus on behavioural disorders and preventative strategies
  • Chapter 18 reflects a shift from the focus on traditional cognitive activities to one where cognitive learning is holistic and an integral aspect of all children’s learning.
  • Chapter 18 reflects a shift from the focus on traditional cognitive activities to one where cognitive learning is holistic and an integral aspect of all children’s learning.
  • NelsonStudy brings course concepts to life with engaging and interactive learning tools, including self-study practice quizzes, videos, interactive exercises, and more. Students easily access NelsonStudy online from any device – no set up, just success! Activate your NelsonStudy access card at www.nelsonbrain.com
  • NelsonStudy brings course concepts to life with engaging and interactive learning tools, including self-study practice quizzes, videos, interactive exercises, and more. Students easily access NelsonStudy online from any device – no set up, just success! Activate your NelsonStudy access card at www.nelsonbrain.com
  • Section 1: Early Intervention
  • Chapter 1: An Inclusive Approach to Early Childhood Education and Care
  • Chapter 2: Canadian Legislation: Support for Children through Early Intervention
  • Chapter 3: Partnership with Families
  • Chapter 4: Preparing Educators for Inclusive Programs
  • Section 2: Developmental Differences
  • Chapter 5: An Overview of Developmental Differences
  • Chapter 6: Children with Cognitive Delays
  • Chapter 7: Advanced Cognitive and Developmental Abilities: Children Who Are Gifted
  • Chapter 8: Sensory Impairments: Hearing and Vision
  • Chapter 9: Orthopedic and Other Health Conditions
  • Chapter 10: Mental Health Disorders
  • Chapter 11: Learning Disabilities
  • Section 3: Planning for Inclusion
  • Chapter 12: Identification and the Individual Education Plan (IEP)
  • Chapter 13: Planning Transitions to Support Inclusion
  • Section 4: Implementing Inclusive Early Childhood Programs
  • Chapter 14: Intervention with Specific Age Groups: Infants, Toddlers, and School-Aged Children
  • Chapter 15: Arranging the Inclusive Learning Environment
  • Chapter 16: Facilitating Social Development
  • Chapter 17: Facilitating Positive Behaviour (Managing Challenging Behaviors)
  • Chapter 18: Facilitating Cognitive Learning
  • Chapter 19: Facilitating Language, Speech, and the Development of Communication
  • Glossary
  • References
  • Index
Inclusion in Early Childhood Programs examines the education and care of children with special needs from birth through school age. The fundamental belief of the authors is that regardless what special needs a child has, they are a child and, wherever possible, should be included in programs and schools. There is brief coverage of child development theory, along with information about the barriers that exist for true inclusion at all levels?program, community, and government. The textbook comes with access to NelsonStudy, a new online platform that allows students to review key concepts through self-study practice quizzes, videos, interactive exercises, and more. This is a comprehensive resource designed to provide updated research and current trends, reflecting the challenges educators face today and provides valuable information inspiring those who read it to work towards a world of inclusivity for all.
  • The language has shifted from “teacher” to “educator” to better reflect terminology in the field of early childhood education.
  • The language has shifted from “teacher” to “educator” to better reflect terminology in the field of early childhood education.
  • Research has been updated throughout, providing Canadian sources wherever possible.
  • Research has been updated throughout, providing Canadian sources wherever possible.
  • Chapter 3 includes updated and greater information on the role fathers play in children’s development
  • Chapter 3 includes updated and greater information on the role fathers play in children’s development
  • Chapter 4 has new information for students about accessing blogs.
  • Chapter 4 has new information for students about accessing blogs.
  • Chapter 5 includes a new section on Canadian Indigenous understandings of disability.
  • Chapter 5 includes a new section on Canadian Indigenous understandings of disability.
  • Chapter 10 has a new title “Mental Health Disorders” that better reflects the focus on mental health as conditions rather than problem behavior.
  • Chapter 10 has a new title “Mental Health Disorders” that better reflects the focus on mental health as conditions rather than problem behavior.
  • The content in Chapter 15 reflects a shift from emergent to inquiry-based curriculum
  • The content in Chapter 15 reflects a shift from emergent to inquiry-based curriculum
  • Chapter 17 has a sharper focus on behavioural disorders and preventative strategies
  • Chapter 17 has a sharper focus on behavioural disorders and preventative strategies
  • Chapter 18 reflects a shift from the focus on traditional cognitive activities to one where cognitive learning is holistic and an integral aspect of all children’s learning.
  • Chapter 18 reflects a shift from the focus on traditional cognitive activities to one where cognitive learning is holistic and an integral aspect of all children’s learning.
  • NelsonStudy brings course concepts to life with engaging and interactive learning tools, including self-study practice quizzes, videos, interactive exercises, and more. Students easily access NelsonStudy online from any device – no set up, just success! Activate your NelsonStudy access card at www.nelsonbrain.com
  • NelsonStudy brings course concepts to life with engaging and interactive learning tools, including self-study practice quizzes, videos, interactive exercises, and more. Students easily access NelsonStudy online from any device – no set up, just success! Activate your NelsonStudy access card at www.nelsonbrain.com
  • Section 1: Early Intervention
  • Chapter 1: An Inclusive Approach to Early Childhood Education and Care
  • Chapter 2: Canadian Legislation: Support for Children through Early Intervention
  • Chapter 3: Partnership with Families
  • Chapter 4: Preparing Educators for Inclusive Programs
  • Section 2: Developmental Differences
  • Chapter 5: An Overview of Developmental Differences
  • Chapter 6: Children with Cognitive Delays
  • Chapter 7: Advanced Cognitive and Developmental Abilities: Children Who Are Gifted
  • Chapter 8: Sensory Impairments: Hearing and Vision
  • Chapter 9: Orthopedic and Other Health Conditions
  • Chapter 10: Mental Health Disorders
  • Chapter 11: Learning Disabilities
  • Section 3: Planning for Inclusion
  • Chapter 12: Identification and the Individual Education Plan (IEP)
  • Chapter 13: Planning Transitions to Support Inclusion
  • Section 4: Implementing Inclusive Early Childhood Programs
  • Chapter 14: Intervention with Specific Age Groups: Infants, Toddlers, and School-Aged Children
  • Chapter 15: Arranging the Inclusive Learning Environment
  • Chapter 16: Facilitating Social Development
  • Chapter 17: Facilitating Positive Behaviour (Managing Challenging Behaviors)
  • Chapter 18: Facilitating Cognitive Learning
  • Chapter 19: Facilitating Language, Speech, and the Development of Communication
  • Glossary
  • References
  • Index
Inclusion in Early Childhood Programs examines the education and care of children with special needs from birth through school age. The fundamental belief of the authors is that regardless what special needs a child has, they are a child and, wherever possible, should be included in programs and schools. There is brief coverage of child development theory, along with information about the barriers that exist for true inclusion at all levels?program, community, and government. The textbook comes with access to NelsonStudy, a new online platform that allows students to review key concepts through self-study practice quizzes, videos, interactive exercises, and more. This is a comprehensive resource designed to provide updated research and current trends, reflecting the challenges educators face today and provides valuable information inspiring those who read it to work towards a world of inclusivity for all.
  • The language has shifted from “teacher” to “educator” to better reflect terminology in the field of early childhood education.
  • The language has shifted from “teacher” to “educator” to better reflect terminology in the field of early childhood education.
  • Research has been updated throughout, providing Canadian sources wherever possible.
  • Research has been updated throughout, providing Canadian sources wherever possible.
  • Chapter 3 includes updated and greater information on the role fathers play in children’s development
  • Chapter 3 includes updated and greater information on the role fathers play in children’s development
  • Chapter 4 has new information for students about accessing blogs.
  • Chapter 4 has new information for students about accessing blogs.
  • Chapter 5 includes a new section on Canadian Indigenous understandings of disability.
  • Chapter 5 includes a new section on Canadian Indigenous understandings of disability.
  • Chapter 10 has a new title “Mental Health Disorders” that better reflects the focus on mental health as conditions rather than problem behavior.
  • Chapter 10 has a new title “Mental Health Disorders” that better reflects the focus on mental health as conditions rather than problem behavior.
  • The content in Chapter 15 reflects a shift from emergent to inquiry-based curriculum
  • The content in Chapter 15 reflects a shift from emergent to inquiry-based curriculum
  • Chapter 17 has a sharper focus on behavioural disorders and preventative strategies
  • Chapter 17 has a sharper focus on behavioural disorders and preventative strategies
  • Chapter 18 reflects a shift from the focus on traditional cognitive activities to one where cognitive learning is holistic and an integral aspect of all children’s learning.
  • Chapter 18 reflects a shift from the focus on traditional cognitive activities to one where cognitive learning is holistic and an integral aspect of all children’s learning.
  • NelsonStudy brings course concepts to life with engaging and interactive learning tools, including self-study practice quizzes, videos, interactive exercises, and more. Students easily access NelsonStudy online from any device – no set up, just success! Activate your NelsonStudy access card at www.nelsonbrain.com
  • NelsonStudy brings course concepts to life with engaging and interactive learning tools, including self-study practice quizzes, videos, interactive exercises, and more. Students easily access NelsonStudy online from any device – no set up, just success! Activate your NelsonStudy access card at www.nelsonbrain.com
  • Section 1: Early Intervention
  • Chapter 1: An Inclusive Approach to Early Childhood Education and Care
  • Chapter 2: Canadian Legislation: Support for Children through Early Intervention
  • Chapter 3: Partnership with Families
  • Chapter 4: Preparing Educators for Inclusive Programs
  • Section 2: Developmental Differences
  • Chapter 5: An Overview of Developmental Differences
  • Chapter 6: Children with Cognitive Delays
  • Chapter 7: Advanced Cognitive and Developmental Abilities: Children Who Are Gifted
  • Chapter 8: Sensory Impairments: Hearing and Vision
  • Chapter 9: Orthopedic and Other Health Conditions
  • Chapter 10: Mental Health Disorders
  • Chapter 11: Learning Disabilities
  • Section 3: Planning for Inclusion
  • Chapter 12: Identification and the Individual Education Plan (IEP)
  • Chapter 13: Planning Transitions to Support Inclusion
  • Section 4: Implementing Inclusive Early Childhood Programs
  • Chapter 14: Intervention with Specific Age Groups: Infants, Toddlers, and School-Aged Children
  • Chapter 15: Arranging the Inclusive Learning Environment
  • Chapter 16: Facilitating Social Development
  • Chapter 17: Facilitating Positive Behaviour (Managing Challenging Behaviors)
  • Chapter 18: Facilitating Cognitive Learning
  • Chapter 19: Facilitating Language, Speech, and the Development of Communication
  • Glossary
  • References
  • Index
  • Product Description
  • Inclusion in Early Childhood Programs examines the education and care of children with special needs from birth through school age. The fundamental belief of the authors is that regardless what special needs a child has, they are a child and, wherever possible, should be included in programs and schools. There is brief coverage of child development theory, along with information about the barriers that exist for true inclusion at all levels?program, community, and government. The textbook comes with access to NelsonStudy, a new online platform that allows students to review key concepts through self-study practice quizzes, videos, interactive exercises, and more. This is a comprehensive resource designed to provide updated research and current trends, reflecting the challenges educators face today and provides valuable information inspiring those who read it to work towards a world of inclusivity for all.
    • The language has shifted from “teacher” to “educator” to better reflect terminology in the field of early childhood education.
    • The language has shifted from “teacher” to “educator” to better reflect terminology in the field of early childhood education.
    • Research has been updated throughout, providing Canadian sources wherever possible.
    • Research has been updated throughout, providing Canadian sources wherever possible.
    • Chapter 3 includes updated and greater information on the role fathers play in children’s development
    • Chapter 3 includes updated and greater information on the role fathers play in children’s development
    • Chapter 4 has new information for students about accessing blogs.
    • Chapter 4 has new information for students about accessing blogs.
    • Chapter 5 includes a new section on Canadian Indigenous understandings of disability.
    • Chapter 5 includes a new section on Canadian Indigenous understandings of disability.
    • Chapter 10 has a new title “Mental Health Disorders” that better reflects the focus on mental health as conditions rather than problem behavior.
    • Chapter 10 has a new title “Mental Health Disorders” that better reflects the focus on mental health as conditions rather than problem behavior.
    • The content in Chapter 15 reflects a shift from emergent to inquiry-based curriculum
    • The content in Chapter 15 reflects a shift from emergent to inquiry-based curriculum
    • Chapter 17 has a sharper focus on behavioural disorders and preventative strategies
    • Chapter 17 has a sharper focus on behavioural disorders and preventative strategies
    • Chapter 18 reflects a shift from the focus on traditional cognitive activities to one where cognitive learning is holistic and an integral aspect of all children’s learning.
    • Chapter 18 reflects a shift from the focus on traditional cognitive activities to one where cognitive learning is holistic and an integral aspect of all children’s learning.
    • NelsonStudy brings course concepts to life with engaging and interactive learning tools, including self-study practice quizzes, videos, interactive exercises, and more. Students easily access NelsonStudy online from any device – no set up, just success! Activate your NelsonStudy access card at www.nelsonbrain.com
    • NelsonStudy brings course concepts to life with engaging and interactive learning tools, including self-study practice quizzes, videos, interactive exercises, and more. Students easily access NelsonStudy online from any device – no set up, just success! Activate your NelsonStudy access card at www.nelsonbrain.com
    • Section 1: Early Intervention
    • Chapter 1: An Inclusive Approach to Early Childhood Education and Care
    • Chapter 2: Canadian Legislation: Support for Children through Early Intervention
    • Chapter 3: Partnership with Families
    • Chapter 4: Preparing Educators for Inclusive Programs
    • Section 2: Developmental Differences
    • Chapter 5: An Overview of Developmental Differences
    • Chapter 6: Children with Cognitive Delays
    • Chapter 7: Advanced Cognitive and Developmental Abilities: Children Who Are Gifted
    • Chapter 8: Sensory Impairments: Hearing and Vision
    • Chapter 9: Orthopedic and Other Health Conditions
    • Chapter 10: Mental Health Disorders
    • Chapter 11: Learning Disabilities
    • Section 3: Planning for Inclusion
    • Chapter 12: Identification and the Individual Education Plan (IEP)
    • Chapter 13: Planning Transitions to Support Inclusion
    • Section 4: Implementing Inclusive Early Childhood Programs
    • Chapter 14: Intervention with Specific Age Groups: Infants, Toddlers, and School-Aged Children
    • Chapter 15: Arranging the Inclusive Learning Environment
    • Chapter 16: Facilitating Social Development
    • Chapter 17: Facilitating Positive Behaviour (Managing Challenging Behaviors)
    • Chapter 18: Facilitating Cognitive Learning
    • Chapter 19: Facilitating Language, Speech, and the Development of Communication
    • Glossary
    • References
    • Index
  • Features
  • Inclusion in Early Childhood Programs examines the education and care of children with special needs from birth through school age. The fundamental belief of the authors is that regardless what special needs a child has, they are a child and, wherever possible, should be included in programs and schools. There is brief coverage of child development theory, along with information about the barriers that exist for true inclusion at all levels?program, community, and government. The textbook comes with access to NelsonStudy, a new online platform that allows students to review key concepts through self-study practice quizzes, videos, interactive exercises, and more. This is a comprehensive resource designed to provide updated research and current trends, reflecting the challenges educators face today and provides valuable information inspiring those who read it to work towards a world of inclusivity for all.
    • The language has shifted from “teacher” to “educator” to better reflect terminology in the field of early childhood education.
    • The language has shifted from “teacher” to “educator” to better reflect terminology in the field of early childhood education.
    • Research has been updated throughout, providing Canadian sources wherever possible.
    • Research has been updated throughout, providing Canadian sources wherever possible.
    • Chapter 3 includes updated and greater information on the role fathers play in children’s development
    • Chapter 3 includes updated and greater information on the role fathers play in children’s development
    • Chapter 4 has new information for students about accessing blogs.
    • Chapter 4 has new information for students about accessing blogs.
    • Chapter 5 includes a new section on Canadian Indigenous understandings of disability.
    • Chapter 5 includes a new section on Canadian Indigenous understandings of disability.
    • Chapter 10 has a new title “Mental Health Disorders” that better reflects the focus on mental health as conditions rather than problem behavior.
    • Chapter 10 has a new title “Mental Health Disorders” that better reflects the focus on mental health as conditions rather than problem behavior.
    • The content in Chapter 15 reflects a shift from emergent to inquiry-based curriculum
    • The content in Chapter 15 reflects a shift from emergent to inquiry-based curriculum
    • Chapter 17 has a sharper focus on behavioural disorders and preventative strategies
    • Chapter 17 has a sharper focus on behavioural disorders and preventative strategies
    • Chapter 18 reflects a shift from the focus on traditional cognitive activities to one where cognitive learning is holistic and an integral aspect of all children’s learning.
    • Chapter 18 reflects a shift from the focus on traditional cognitive activities to one where cognitive learning is holistic and an integral aspect of all children’s learning.
    • NelsonStudy brings course concepts to life with engaging and interactive learning tools, including self-study practice quizzes, videos, interactive exercises, and more. Students easily access NelsonStudy online from any device – no set up, just success! Activate your NelsonStudy access card at www.nelsonbrain.com
    • NelsonStudy brings course concepts to life with engaging and interactive learning tools, including self-study practice quizzes, videos, interactive exercises, and more. Students easily access NelsonStudy online from any device – no set up, just success! Activate your NelsonStudy access card at www.nelsonbrain.com
    • Section 1: Early Intervention
    • Chapter 1: An Inclusive Approach to Early Childhood Education and Care
    • Chapter 2: Canadian Legislation: Support for Children through Early Intervention
    • Chapter 3: Partnership with Families
    • Chapter 4: Preparing Educators for Inclusive Programs
    • Section 2: Developmental Differences
    • Chapter 5: An Overview of Developmental Differences
    • Chapter 6: Children with Cognitive Delays
    • Chapter 7: Advanced Cognitive and Developmental Abilities: Children Who Are Gifted
    • Chapter 8: Sensory Impairments: Hearing and Vision
    • Chapter 9: Orthopedic and Other Health Conditions
    • Chapter 10: Mental Health Disorders
    • Chapter 11: Learning Disabilities
    • Section 3: Planning for Inclusion
    • Chapter 12: Identification and the Individual Education Plan (IEP)
    • Chapter 13: Planning Transitions to Support Inclusion
    • Section 4: Implementing Inclusive Early Childhood Programs
    • Chapter 14: Intervention with Specific Age Groups: Infants, Toddlers, and School-Aged Children
    • Chapter 15: Arranging the Inclusive Learning Environment
    • Chapter 16: Facilitating Social Development
    • Chapter 17: Facilitating Positive Behaviour (Managing Challenging Behaviors)
    • Chapter 18: Facilitating Cognitive Learning
    • Chapter 19: Facilitating Language, Speech, and the Development of Communication
    • Glossary
    • References
    • Index
  • About the Author
  • Inclusion in Early Childhood Programs examines the education and care of children with special needs from birth through school age. The fundamental belief of the authors is that regardless what special needs a child has, they are a child and, wherever possible, should be included in programs and schools. There is brief coverage of child development theory, along with information about the barriers that exist for true inclusion at all levels?program, community, and government. The textbook comes with access to NelsonStudy, a new online platform that allows students to review key concepts through self-study practice quizzes, videos, interactive exercises, and more. This is a comprehensive resource designed to provide updated research and current trends, reflecting the challenges educators face today and provides valuable information inspiring those who read it to work towards a world of inclusivity for all.
    • The language has shifted from “teacher” to “educator” to better reflect terminology in the field of early childhood education.
    • The language has shifted from “teacher” to “educator” to better reflect terminology in the field of early childhood education.
    • Research has been updated throughout, providing Canadian sources wherever possible.
    • Research has been updated throughout, providing Canadian sources wherever possible.
    • Chapter 3 includes updated and greater information on the role fathers play in children’s development
    • Chapter 3 includes updated and greater information on the role fathers play in children’s development
    • Chapter 4 has new information for students about accessing blogs.
    • Chapter 4 has new information for students about accessing blogs.
    • Chapter 5 includes a new section on Canadian Indigenous understandings of disability.
    • Chapter 5 includes a new section on Canadian Indigenous understandings of disability.
    • Chapter 10 has a new title “Mental Health Disorders” that better reflects the focus on mental health as conditions rather than problem behavior.
    • Chapter 10 has a new title “Mental Health Disorders” that better reflects the focus on mental health as conditions rather than problem behavior.
    • The content in Chapter 15 reflects a shift from emergent to inquiry-based curriculum
    • The content in Chapter 15 reflects a shift from emergent to inquiry-based curriculum
    • Chapter 17 has a sharper focus on behavioural disorders and preventative strategies
    • Chapter 17 has a sharper focus on behavioural disorders and preventative strategies
    • Chapter 18 reflects a shift from the focus on traditional cognitive activities to one where cognitive learning is holistic and an integral aspect of all children’s learning.
    • Chapter 18 reflects a shift from the focus on traditional cognitive activities to one where cognitive learning is holistic and an integral aspect of all children’s learning.
    • NelsonStudy brings course concepts to life with engaging and interactive learning tools, including self-study practice quizzes, videos, interactive exercises, and more. Students easily access NelsonStudy online from any device – no set up, just success! Activate your NelsonStudy access card at www.nelsonbrain.com
    • NelsonStudy brings course concepts to life with engaging and interactive learning tools, including self-study practice quizzes, videos, interactive exercises, and more. Students easily access NelsonStudy online from any device – no set up, just success! Activate your NelsonStudy access card at www.nelsonbrain.com
    • Section 1: Early Intervention
    • Chapter 1: An Inclusive Approach to Early Childhood Education and Care
    • Chapter 2: Canadian Legislation: Support for Children through Early Intervention
    • Chapter 3: Partnership with Families
    • Chapter 4: Preparing Educators for Inclusive Programs
    • Section 2: Developmental Differences
    • Chapter 5: An Overview of Developmental Differences
    • Chapter 6: Children with Cognitive Delays
    • Chapter 7: Advanced Cognitive and Developmental Abilities: Children Who Are Gifted
    • Chapter 8: Sensory Impairments: Hearing and Vision
    • Chapter 9: Orthopedic and Other Health Conditions
    • Chapter 10: Mental Health Disorders
    • Chapter 11: Learning Disabilities
    • Section 3: Planning for Inclusion
    • Chapter 12: Identification and the Individual Education Plan (IEP)
    • Chapter 13: Planning Transitions to Support Inclusion
    • Section 4: Implementing Inclusive Early Childhood Programs
    • Chapter 14: Intervention with Specific Age Groups: Infants, Toddlers, and School-Aged Children
    • Chapter 15: Arranging the Inclusive Learning Environment
    • Chapter 16: Facilitating Social Development
    • Chapter 17: Facilitating Positive Behaviour (Managing Challenging Behaviors)
    • Chapter 18: Facilitating Cognitive Learning
    • Chapter 19: Facilitating Language, Speech, and the Development of Communication
    • Glossary
    • References
    • Index
  • Table of Contents
  • Inclusion in Early Childhood Programs examines the education and care of children with special needs from birth through school age. The fundamental belief of the authors is that regardless what special needs a child has, they are a child and, wherever possible, should be included in programs and schools. There is brief coverage of child development theory, along with information about the barriers that exist for true inclusion at all levels?program, community, and government. The textbook comes with access to NelsonStudy, a new online platform that allows students to review key concepts through self-study practice quizzes, videos, interactive exercises, and more. This is a comprehensive resource designed to provide updated research and current trends, reflecting the challenges educators face today and provides valuable information inspiring those who read it to work towards a world of inclusivity for all.
    • The language has shifted from “teacher” to “educator” to better reflect terminology in the field of early childhood education.
    • The language has shifted from “teacher” to “educator” to better reflect terminology in the field of early childhood education.
    • Research has been updated throughout, providing Canadian sources wherever possible.
    • Research has been updated throughout, providing Canadian sources wherever possible.
    • Chapter 3 includes updated and greater information on the role fathers play in children’s development
    • Chapter 3 includes updated and greater information on the role fathers play in children’s development
    • Chapter 4 has new information for students about accessing blogs.
    • Chapter 4 has new information for students about accessing blogs.
    • Chapter 5 includes a new section on Canadian Indigenous understandings of disability.
    • Chapter 5 includes a new section on Canadian Indigenous understandings of disability.
    • Chapter 10 has a new title “Mental Health Disorders” that better reflects the focus on mental health as conditions rather than problem behavior.
    • Chapter 10 has a new title “Mental Health Disorders” that better reflects the focus on mental health as conditions rather than problem behavior.
    • The content in Chapter 15 reflects a shift from emergent to inquiry-based curriculum
    • The content in Chapter 15 reflects a shift from emergent to inquiry-based curriculum
    • Chapter 17 has a sharper focus on behavioural disorders and preventative strategies
    • Chapter 17 has a sharper focus on behavioural disorders and preventative strategies
    • Chapter 18 reflects a shift from the focus on traditional cognitive activities to one where cognitive learning is holistic and an integral aspect of all children’s learning.
    • Chapter 18 reflects a shift from the focus on traditional cognitive activities to one where cognitive learning is holistic and an integral aspect of all children’s learning.
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    • Section 1: Early Intervention
    • Chapter 1: An Inclusive Approach to Early Childhood Education and Care
    • Chapter 2: Canadian Legislation: Support for Children through Early Intervention
    • Chapter 3: Partnership with Families
    • Chapter 4: Preparing Educators for Inclusive Programs
    • Section 2: Developmental Differences
    • Chapter 5: An Overview of Developmental Differences
    • Chapter 6: Children with Cognitive Delays
    • Chapter 7: Advanced Cognitive and Developmental Abilities: Children Who Are Gifted
    • Chapter 8: Sensory Impairments: Hearing and Vision
    • Chapter 9: Orthopedic and Other Health Conditions
    • Chapter 10: Mental Health Disorders
    • Chapter 11: Learning Disabilities
    • Section 3: Planning for Inclusion
    • Chapter 12: Identification and the Individual Education Plan (IEP)
    • Chapter 13: Planning Transitions to Support Inclusion
    • Section 4: Implementing Inclusive Early Childhood Programs
    • Chapter 14: Intervention with Specific Age Groups: Infants, Toddlers, and School-Aged Children
    • Chapter 15: Arranging the Inclusive Learning Environment
    • Chapter 16: Facilitating Social Development
    • Chapter 17: Facilitating Positive Behaviour (Managing Challenging Behaviors)
    • Chapter 18: Facilitating Cognitive Learning
    • Chapter 19: Facilitating Language, Speech, and the Development of Communication
    • Glossary
    • References
    • Index
 
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