Special Needs and Early Years 3edby Kate Wall SAGE Publications Ltd
- Pub Date:
- Hbk 264 pages
- AU$239.00 NZ$246.09
New to this edition are:
- up-to-date information on all the relevant policies and legislation, including the Early Years Foundation Stage (EYFS), Every Child Matters (ECM) and the training guidelines for new SENCOs;
- a timeline showing the development of policies and legislation in the field;
- learning objectives at the beginning of chapters;
- points for reflection within chapters, to aid independent study and facilitate critical thinking;
- new case studies, which cover the Birth to 8 age range;
- new content on the role of fathers, pupil voice and listening to children, taking an holistic view of the child, and current issues around diversity and inclusion.
This book is essential reading for early years students and practitioners, and for all those working with young children with special educational needs and their families.
Relevant legislation and policy Families of Children with Special Needs Partnerships with Parents Considering the Child Holistically Observation and Assessment Programmes of Intervention Interagency Working Issues of Diversity and Inclusion Issues for Consideration
'This wide-ranging and theoretically grounded update of a key text is extremely user-friendly for both academics and students wishing to gain an insight into the impact of Special Needs within the widening early years workforce' - Julia Druce, Senior Lecturer and Pathway Leader for Early Years, Playwork and Education,
Anglia Ruskin University