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Cross-Pollination of Practices in Inclusive Settings Helps Young Learners Grow



Developmental disabilities & delays, Family engagement, Inclusion, Learning disabilities & delays, Literacy & reading, Special education

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Jennifer Grisham-Brown Ed.D., Mary Louise Hemmeter Ph.D., Kristie Pretti-Frontczak Ph.D.

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One third of children with disabilities in early childhood settings are receiving services right alongside children without disabilities. As the number of children in inclusive programs rises, general and special education teachers will be called upon to borrow more and more from each other. For integrated techniques that have already been shown to work, read the perspective of veteran inclusive educator Jennifer Grisham-Brown, co-author of Blended Practices for Teaching Young Children in Inclusive Settings.

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