Research-to-Practice in Inclusive Early Childhood Education
Jones, Hazel A., Rapport, Mary Jane K., Teaching Exceptional Children
Early childhood education is changing. Inclusion is expanding the roles of both general and special educators in meeting the needs of all young children (Wolery et al., 1993).
Fortunately, over the past several years, researchers have provided helpful information for practitioners on including children with disabilities in inclusive early childhood programs. But are educators making use of this research? As Fullan & Stiegelbaur (1991) noted, translating research knowledge into classroom practice is rare in any area of education (Fullan, 1991).
This article provides links from research to practice in several key areas of inclusive early childhood education: teachers' …
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Publication information: Article title: Research-to-Practice in Inclusive Early Childhood Education. Contributors: Jones, Hazel A. - Author, Rapport, Mary Jane K. - Author. Magazine title: Teaching Exceptional Children. Volume: 30. Issue: 2 Publication date: November/December 1997. Page number: 57+. © Council for Exceptional Children Jan/Feb 2009. Provided by ProQuest LLC. All Rights Reserved.
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