A - Z of Inclusion in Early Childhood by Mary Dickins

By Mary Dickins

The key topics in inclusion are explored via an A - Z process protecting key thoughts, theories / theorists, and figures.

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Vaughan and G. Thomas (eds). Inclusive Education – Readings and Reflections. Maidenhead: Open University Press. , Siraj-Blatchford, I. and Taggart, B. (2004) Effective Provision of Pre-school Education (EPPE) Project: Final Report. London: DfES. , Florian, L. and Rose, R. (1998) Promoting Inclusive Practice. London: Routledge. UNICEF (1989) United Nations Convention on the Rights of the Child. org/crc/ (accessed 16 March 2013). Warnock, M. (2005) Special Educational Needs: A New Look. London: Philosophy of Education Society of Great Britain.

2005) Special Educational Needs: A New Look. London: Philosophy of Education Society of Great Britain. A Anti-discriminatory practice Assessment Attitude Autistic spectrum disorder Anti-discriminatory practice Anti-discriminatory practice, sometimes known as anti-bias practice, is a proactive approach to working with young children that promotes the valuing of diversity and difference (Brown 1998; Derman-Sparks 1989). Whilst it is primarily concerned with fostering self-esteem, positive individual and group identity and the fulfilment of individual potential, the ultimate goal is to increase the full participation of all groups in wider society.

Uk/content/publications/content_562 (accessed 17 April 2013). , Ainscow, M. and Kingston, D. (2006) Index for Inclusion: Developing Play, Learning and Participation in Early Years and Childcare. Bristol: Centre for Studies on Inclusive Education. Contact a Family (2013) Falling Through the Net. pdf (accessed 17 April 2013). Department for Education (DfE, 2012a) The Early Years Foundation Stage. uk/schools/teachingandlearning/curriculum/a0068102/early-years-foundation-stage-eyfs (accessed 8 May 2013).

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