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Diversity, Special Needs, and Inclusion in Early Years Education Instead of segregating children with special needs from the rest, Diversity, Special Needs, and Inclusion in Early Years Education argues for inclusiveness in educational institutions, through changes in curriculum and teaching methods. The book presents case studies from various countries as well as theoretical frameworks, models, approaches and projects on diversity and inclusion to effective implementation of programmes and practices for young children. Each chapter of the book has a unique contribution to understanding the aspects of inclusive education taken from international experience. This edited volume is for professionals and researchers in the field of special education, policy makers, parents and teachers, and school management. It would be of interest to people working on diversity and inclusive education as well as in early childhood education organisations. NGOs working in the area of special education will find this particularly useful.
Cultural Diversity (2015) Author Jerry Diller's practical text offers students a balance of clinical and theoretical information, focusing on effective methods of providing cross-cultural services. CULTURAL DIVERSITY: A PRIMER FOR THE HUMAN SERVICES, 6th Edition, presents the general principles of cultural diversity, the process of cross-cultural service delivery and cultural information on specific client populations. Updated with new topics and case studies, it also provides students with practical clinical suggestions and cautions through interviews with professionals from different ethnic backgrounds. In addition, the book helps students to better understand their own prejudices so that they can be more effective counselors when working with clients from different cultures.
Call Number: 362.84 DIL
Respecting Diversity : Articulating Early Childhood Practice "For many families, what actually happens in a child care and why it happens in the way it does can feel like a mystery. And, understanding what learning may be occurring as children participate in the early learning program can sometimes feel like a secret. Respecting Diversity will help you identify some ways in which early childhood educators can talk about their practice with families."--publishers.
Intercultural Communications by This book will lead to a greater level of cultural competence, help eliminate misunderstandings caused by misguided assumptions, and enhance the effectiveness of intercultural communication.
Call Number: 305.8 IOP
Publication Date: 2015