How Children Learn Book 4
Thinking on special educational needs and inclusion: Theory and contemporary practice
How Children Learn Book 4 focuses on the theorists and theory giving impetus to contemporary practice in early childhood education settings. It pays particular attention to how early childhood practitioners can best support children with special educational needs.
Book 4 is part of the How Children Learn series which provides a comprehensive yet accessible account of the educational theorising that has shaped and is continuing to shape teaching and learning in the early years. It explores educational thinking from ancient times to the present day, breaks complex ideas down into understandable ones, helps educators relate theory to their experience of children, makes clear how each theory translates into practice and offers guidance on working with and including children with additional special educational needs.