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Special Educational Needs in the Early Years

Special Educational Needs in the Early Years
A Guide to Inclusive Practice

December 2020 | 232 pages | SAGE Publications Ltd

Employing a comprehensive blend of theory, policy and practice, Penny Borkett unpacks the vital elements of SEN in the Early Years through the lens of inclusion. This title incorporates:

- The development of legislation and policy relating to SEND 
- A wide-range of recommended readings 
- Reflection points to aid in independent study 
- Case studies linking theory to practice 

Written in an accessible style, Special Educational Needs in the Early Years seeks to empower students to not only understand the impact of policy on practice, but to question it.

About the Author
Chapter 1 - Introduction
Chapter 2 - The dilemma that is inclusion
Chapter 3 - Legislation and policy relating to SEND
Chapter 4 - Early intervention and its importance in the early years
Chapter 5 - Observation and assessment in the early years
Chapter 6 - The ambiguities of play
Chapter 7 - Partnerships with parents and families
Chapter 8 - Educational provision and inclusion
Chapter 9 - Conclusion

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ISBN: 9781526467355