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eBook Special Educational Needs in the Early Years (Teaching and Learning in the First Three Years of School) ePub

by Ruth Wilson,Sheila Wolfendale

  • ISBN: 041516382X
  • Category: Education
  • Subcategory: Other
  • Author: Ruth Wilson,Sheila Wolfendale
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: Routledge (June 26, 1998)
  • Pages: 288
  • ePub book: 1801 kb
  • Fb2 book: 1942 kb
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book by Ruth A. Wilson. Young children with special needs can be very active learners when provided with environments that encourage alternative ways to explore and experience the world around them.

He established a school where children were taught scholastic and creative skills (Wilson, 1998)

He established a school where children were taught scholastic and creative skills (Wilson, 1998). Jean-Jacques Rousseau (1712-1788) changed the perception of children being treated like adults to them being viewed as moving through a succession of stages and learning through interaction with the world (Williams, 1999). The significance of interactions for learning and teaching in the literature had been emphasised for a long time, firstly between professionals and later extended to parents and children (Wolfendale, 1988; Alderson, 1999; Lütje-Klose and Willenbring, 1999a; Rüegg, 2001b; Wilson, 2003; Carpenter and Egerton, 2007).

Start by marking Special Educational Needs In The Early Years as. .Published June 26th 1998 by Routledge (first published June 11th 1998).

Start by marking Special Educational Needs In The Early Years as Want to Read: Want to Read savin. ant to Read. In this volume the authors adopt a holistic approach to focus on the child with special educational needs as an active learner, rather than how to cope with the disability. Special Educational Needs in the Early Years (Teaching and Learning in the First Three Years of School).

Home Browse Books Book details, Special Educational Needs in the Early Years. Each book in this series focuses on a specific curriculum area

Home Browse Books Book details, Special Educational Needs in the Early Years. Special Educational Needs in the Early Years. Each book in this series focuses on a specific curriculum area. The series relates relevant learning theory or a rationale for early years learning to the practical development and implementation of subject-based topics and classroom activities at the infant level (. Reception, Year 1, Year 2). It seems that the majority of existing books on primary education and the primary curriculum focus on pupils aged 7-11 years.

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Understanding Special Educational Needs and Disability in the Early Years. will be of interest to students studying Early Years courses, families, SENDCOs, teachers and other staff supporting young children with a range of special educational needs and disabilities. These new spaces are advocated on the basis of claims that they promote fresh, productive ways to teach and learn that address the needs of students in this century, resulting in improved academic and well-being outcomes.

Young children with special needs can be very active learners when provided with environments that encourage alternative ways to explore and experience the world around them.

In this volume the authors adopt a holistic approach to focus on the child with special educational needs as an active learner, rather than how to cope with the disability. They also emphasise the importance of developing partnerships between home, school and other professionals.

Divided into four parts, this book looks at:

* establishing the framework* child development issues* the focus on the team* meeting the needs of the individual child.

Structured around research, theory and case study examples to support different methods of intervention, this book will reach a wide readership of education professionals, special needs co-ordinators and students in the field.