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Blended Practices For Teaching Young Children In Inclusive Settings

by Dr. Jennifer Grisham-Brown Ed. D.

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Bridging the gap between special and general education is just what teachers need to ensure that all of their students are progressing toward positive outcomes. This resource integrates knowledge about effective practices for teaching young children with and without disabilities into one comprehensive approach, giving undergraduate and graduate students the explicit guidance they need.
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A dingo intent on making wombat stew receives cooking suggestions from the other animals, unaware that they are protecting their fellow creature. Presented as a book and sound cassette intended for readalong use together.

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