Inclusion in the Early Years (Paperback)Kay Mathieson (author)
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Key content includes:
Implications of the 2014 Code of Practice for early years provision
What 'good practice' looks like
Early identification and intervention, and engagement with parents
Exploring the role of the SENCO
Keeping families' and children's voices at the heart of all decision making.
This is an invaluable book for anyone involved in early years provision who strives to improve their practice to include all children and their families.
Kay Mathieson is an Early Years Consultant and Director at Linden Learning Ltd, UK.
Kay Mathieson is a passionate advocate for making inclusive values the core of high quality early years practice so that every unique child can access their entitlement to support for learning and development. She starts with a fascinating journey through historico-political attitudes to special educational needs and disability. The contemporary case studies bring to life the joys, challenges and dilemmas involved for practitioners, children and parents. Their words alongside Kay's own reflections, knowledge and expertise make this a 'must-read' for all early years leaders and practitioners.
Helen Moylett, President of British Association of Early Education
Publisher: Open University Press
Number of pages: 240
Dimensions: 230 x 153 x 12 mm