'This book is highly recommended for anyone looking to expand their working knowledge of special education needs and the policy that covers and guides practice; it will prove invaluable for any student wishing to become better acquainted with the complex issues that surround this subject' - Early Years Educator
Additional reading for SEND with up to date revisions
Insightful information which allows the learners to engage with content
A detailed yet accessible text covering guidance for practitioners working with children with special needs in early years settings. Clear summaries provided of key issues with well-written case studies to illustrate theory in practice.
This book is an excellent resource and essential reading for early years students and practitioners, and for all professionals working with children with additional needs and their families. The new edition contains excellent and diverse case studies to support application of learning to practice.
I have used this text for my Children with Specific Needs module. We struggle to find relevant books for the course but students comment that this is a useful text.
This text has been suggested to many of our students who are studying for their qualification as special educational needs coordinators.
This book provided some useful supplementary reading for our students who were looking at working with younger children. It was practice based an therefore will be useful for students after this course.
Detailed timeline of SEN development over the last few years, ideal for students studying an education degree.
This book will be useful for some learners who suport children with special needs.
Information contained within this book is clear and concise. It is good to use as supplementary reading to enhance the lessons taught in the classroom.
This book covers the basic themes that are delivered in our course modules. The layout is clear and the writing is appropriate for level 4 learners. I especially like the glossary of acronyms at the beginning.
This text served as a useful introduction to key issues surrounding special needs in the early years for Year 1 students on the Early Childhood programme.
This is a comprehensive essential guide for all those who work within the Early Years setting who are required to develop their subject knowledge in Special Educational Needs.
Highly recommended book, this book has a wide range of up to date context covering a wide range of special education needs and policy, covering practice.
Anyone covering special needs will find this book an excellent resource. I wish I had it earlier but this will really help my students. Well presented and full of relevant and up to date information.
a super text that links EY and SEN in a very concise manner
Superb specialist input for degree level students, or practitioners operating in a SEN environment. I have recommended this to my students.
An informative book offering information regarding key national legislation as well as an insight into the various organisations which support those with identified additional support needs. Ideal for supplementing lecture and workshop inputs and for providing students with a more rounded-picture.
An excellent book that covers the SEN module. It presents interesting case studies that can be easily used for seminars and activities.
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