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An Introduction to Young Children with Special Needs - Interactive eBook
Birth Through Age Eight

Fifth Edition


December 2018 | SAGE Publications, Inc

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Part 1: Perspectives, Policies, and Practices of Early Childhood Special Education
 
Chapter 1: Foundations of Early Childhood Special Education
The Origins of Early Childhood Special Education  
The Development of Early Childhood General Education  
The Development of Special Education: Historical Perspectives on Children with Delays or Disabilities  
Compensatory Education Programs  
 
Chapter 2: The Context of Early Childhood Special Education
Definitions and Terminology  
Litigation and Legislation Affecting Children with Delays or Disabilities  
Prevalence of Young Children with Delays or Disabilities  
The Importance of Early Intervention/Education  
An Ecological Perspective on Young Children with Delays or Disabilities and Their Families  
 
Chapter 3: Family-Centered Approach to Early Childhood Special Education
Historical and Legal Perspectives  
The Changing American Family  
Family Reactions to Young Children with Developmental Delays or Disabilities  
Family Systems Theory  
Applications of Family Systems Theory  
Family-Centered Philosophy  
Family-Professional Partnerships  
Key Components of Family-Professional Collaboration  
 
Part 2: Assessment and Planning for Young Children with Special Needs
 
Chapter 4: Delivering Services to Young Children with Delays or Disabilities
Inclusive Learning Environments  
Service Delivery Models  
Professional Teaming and Collaboration  
Cooperative Teaching  
Delivering Individualized Services  
Transition  
 
Chapter 5: Assessment of Young Children with Delays or Disabilities
Overview of Assessment in Early Childhood Special Education  
Guidelines in the Assessment of Young Children with Delays or Disabilities  
Assessment Purposes and Processes in Early Childhood Special Education  
Screening Young Children  
Determining Eligibility for Early Childhood Special Education Services  
Assessment for Individual Program Planning and Implementation  
Progress Monitoring and Program Evaluation  
 
Chapter 6: Curriculum for Young Children with Delays or Disabilities
Overview of Curriculum  
Interrelated Developmental Domains and Content Areas of Curriculum  
Theoretical Influences on Curriculum Development  
Curriculum Models  
Historical and Legislative Influences on the Curriculum  
The Influences of General Early Childhood Education (ECE) and Early Childhood Special Education (ECSE) Recommended Practices on Curriculum  
Curriculum Framework for Early Childhood Special Education  
 
Part 3: Organization and Intervention for Young Children with Special Needs
 
Chapter 7: Designing Learning Environments for Young Children with Delays or Disabilities
Organizing the Learning Environment  
Creating Activity Areas or Learning Centers  
Outdoor Learning Environments  
Designing the Learning Environment  
Selecting Learning Materials  
 
Chapter 8: Adapting Learning Environments for Young Children with Delays or Disabilities
Young Children with Cognitive Delays or Disabilities  
Young Children with Social and Emotional Delays or Disabilities  
Young Children with Autism Spectrum Disorders  
Young Children with Communication and Language Delays or Disabilities  
Young Children with Sensory Impairments: Vision  
Young Children with Sensory Impairments: Hearing  
Young Children with Physical Delays or Disabilities and Health Impairments  
 
Chapter 9: Intervention and Instructional Strategies for Supporting Young Children with Delays or Disabilities
Practices and Processes Appropriate for Young Children with Delays or Disabilities  
Teacher-Mediated Strategies  
Peer-Mediated Strategies  
Routine-Based Strategies  
Specific Naturalistic (Milieu) Strategies  
 
Part 4: Contemporary Issues and Challenges in Early Childhood Special Education
 
Chapter 9: Strategies for Teaching Young Children with Special Needs
 
Chapter 10: Emerging Issues and Contemporary Challenges in Early Childhood Special Education
Celebrating Cultural Diversity  
Emerging Populations of Young Children with Delays or Disabilities  
Contemporary Issues in Early Childhood Special Education  
Key features

NEW TO THIS EDITION: 

  • The Division for Early Childhood’s (DEC) Recommended Practices are infused throughout the text, offering guidance and strategies to promote the development and support of learning outcomes for young children with delays or disabilities in students’ future classrooms.
  • SAGE Premium Video, including real classroom footage, in the Interactive eBook brings concepts to life and appeals to diverse learners.
  • A glossary of terms in Spanish provides support for diverse learners.
  • The latest developments in and influences on the field of early intervention and early childhood special education have been added and cover philosophical trends and legislative influences.
  • Updated information and new photos, vignettes, examples, reflections, applications, and revised references and resources ensure that students are introduced to the most up-to-date coverage of the field.
  • SAGE coursepacks allows instructors to import high-quality content into their school’s learning management system (LMS) with no access codes.
  • SAGE edge provides students with helpful tools, including eFlashcards, practice quizzes, a customizable action plan, and more, in one easy-to-use online environment. 

KEY FEATURES: 

  • An Interactive eBook is available for this text, providing a more contemporary, multimedia-integrated presentation for learning. It offers integrated links to engaging video and audio, as well as access to complete academic and professional articles, all from the same pages found in the printed text.
  • Video Cases offered in SAGE coursepacks have been custom-developed for this text, and accompanying questions help connect each video to the chapter’s learning objectives.
  • Educational vignettes about three young children and their families help to illustrate how theory is translated into practice in the field.
  • The Making Connections feature highlights the three young children of different ages and their families and provides insight into the services required to meet the unique needs of each child and family.
  • Extensive listings of related websites provide additional sources and expansion of key concepts.

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