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Read this excerpt from Speech to Print, Language Essentials for Teachers, Third Edition to get a preview of the first chapter: Why Study Language?
Read this excerpt from Speech to Print Workbook Language Essentials for Teachers, Third Edition to get a preview of chapter two: Phonetics.
In this engaging classroom video, you’ll see how one school delivered just-in-time visual supports through the clever use of smart watches. The video features Brookes author Howard Shane, co-author of Enhancing Communication for Individuals with Autism: A Guide to the Visual Immersion System.
Did you know there’s a reliable assessment tool for determining whether a young bilingual child’s language difficulties are due to a delay or limited exposure to English? We’ll introduce you to BESA™ (Bilingual English-Spanish Assessment™) and four other essential screening and assessment tools in this month’s feature article.
Read this excerpt from Augmentative & Alternative Communication to get a preview of the first chapter: Augmentative and Alternative Communication Processes for Children and Adults with Complex Communication Needs.
Supporting executive function skills in early childhood is an important part of a child's overall development. These tips and ideas, adapted from Building Blocks for Teaching Preschoolers with Special Needs, Third Edition, can help you to support the executive function skills of all young children.
Reading with young children can help to support their language and literacy development in early childhood. Use these tips, adapted from Connecting Through Talk, to help you make the most of your shared reading time with your young ones.
Consult this crosswalk to learn how the Measure of Engagement, Independence, and Social Relationships (MEISR™) can be used in alignment with OSEP Child Outcomes.