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Inclusion in the Early Years: Critical Analyses and Enabling Narratives [Paperback]

Cathy Nutbrown
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Table of Contents

Cultures of Inclusion in the Early Years
An Overview
An Operational Definition of Inclusion
Children's Rights and Human Rights
Curriculum, Play and Developmentally Appropriate Practice
Key Studies on Inclusion in the Early Years: Setting the Scene
Inclusion in the Early Years
Definitions of SEN
Inclusive Education and Children with Learning Difficulties
Inclusion and Emotional and Behavioural Difficulties
Inclusive Policies and Exclusive Practices
Defining Inclusion
Policy Contexts in the UK
The Study: Origins, Aims and Methodology
Practitioners' Personal Definitions of Inclusion
Responses to Inclusive Policies
Thinking Inclusion
Scenario 1: George
Scenario 2: Mary
Scenario 3: Ahmed
Talking Inclusion
Educators' Personal Experiences
Professional Development
Views of Childhood
Inclusion and Exclusion
The Roles of Parents
Including Children
Including Babies and Toddlers
Including Young Children
Including Parents
Parental Involvement in the Early Years
Practitioners' Views on Including Parents
Including Parents - Examples from Practice
Including Staff
How Do We Know Inclusion When We See It?
Inclusion - A Personal Perspective
Including: The Future
Professional Development for Practitioners
A Shared Dialogue
Citizenship for Young Children
Resources and Policy Commitment

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