Preschool Children with Special Needs explores ways of providing preschool children with special needs and their families with a learning environment that will help them develop and learn. The new edition has up-to-date and expanded coverage of issues in early childhood general and special education. The text continues to emphasize the needs of preschoolers age three to six and provides essential information to teachers and others who work with young children in all settings. Current models of curricula, which incorporate new features from research and practical experiences with children who have special needs, are described and discussed.
I. OVERVIEW. 1. Preschool Children with Special Needs. 2. Changing Policies and Laws. 3. Family Systems. II. ASSESSMENT, LEARNING ENVIRONMENTS, AND CURRICULA. 4. Assessment and Evaluation of Young Children. 5. Environments for Learning. 6. Curriculum Development. III. INTERVENTION. 7. Motor Development and Medically Related Problems. 8. Adaptive Behavior. 9. Social-Emotional Development. 10. Communication/Language Development. 11. Cognitive Development. IV. SPECIAL ISSUES. 12. Transition. Appendix A: Tests and Assessment Instruments. Appendix B: Selected List of Test Publishers. Appendix C: Developmental Milestones: Infancy to Age Six. Appendix D: Individualized Family Service Plan. Appendix E: Glossary. References. Index.
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