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  • Young, Nicholas D., 1967- author.
  • Special education -- United States.
  • Early childhood education -- United States.
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    From cradle to classroom : a guide to special education for young children / Nicholas D. Young, Elizabeth Jean, and Anne E. Mead.
    by Young, Nicholas D., 1967- author.
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    Lanham, Maryland : Rowman & Littlefield, a wholly owned subsidiary of The Rowman & Littlefield Publishing Group, incorporated, [2018]
  • Special education -- United States.
  • Early childhood education -- United States.
  • ISBN: 
    9781475842524 (hardcover)
    147584252X (hardcover)
    9781475842548 (electronic book)
    1475842546 (electronic book)
    xix, 145 pages ; 24 cm
    From humble beginnings: understanding the history, laws, and importance of early childhood education -- Identifying children with educational needs and the systems to support them -- Childhood development: influences from the outside in -- Home-school partnerships: connecting where it counts -- Multicultural considerations for young children and their families -- Supporting cognitive development to benefit learning -- Physical development: milestones that matter -- Addressing the social and emotional needs of young children -- Speech and language delays that affect development and learning -- Potency of play as an intervention -- Critical transitions: moving forward after preschool.
    From Cradle to Classroom: A Guide to Special Education for Young Children is a book written for regular and special education teachers, school administrators, school psychologists, related educational personnel, day care providers, parents, graduate students, and policy makers who work on behalf of infants, toddlers, and preschoolers to ensure they are ready for formal education when they reach age 5. It reflects a keen understanding that early interventions are most effective in reducing the potential for special education or other support services later in a child's development. Research shows the benefits of investing in early intervention and high-quality preschool as a way to mitigate educational gaps in learning and to improve the development of children across all domains (Executive Office of the President of the United States, 2015; Lynch & Vaghul, 2015; Yoshikawa et al., 2013). Throughout the book, readers will find strategies to help atypical children navigate the world as they move from infancy to toddlerhood, and to preschool and beyond. The chapters dig deep and offer expansive understandings of the components necessary to ensure young children, especially those with exceptionalities, become successful students. ( Publisher)
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