Autism and Developmental Delays in Young Children Book Review


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Karaaslan Ö. , Kaya Ö.

International Journal of Early Childhood Special Education, cilt.1, sa.1, ss.95-101, 2009 (Diğer Kurumların Hakemli Dergileri)

  • Cilt numarası: 1 Konu: 1
  • Basım Tarihi: 2009
  • Dergi Adı: International Journal of Early Childhood Special Education
  • Sayfa Sayıları: ss.95-101

Özet

Autism and Developmental Delays in Young Children (Mahoney  & MacDonald,  2007)  describe s  a  child  development  curriculum  that can  be  used with  young  children  with disabilities   and   their   parents called   Responsive Teaching.      This   approach   to developmental intervention is designed to encourage parents to engage in highly responsive interactions with their children during the course of daily routine activities as the primary means of enhancing children’s development.  Since   this   curriculum addresses three domains of child development, it can be used by various professionals who work with parents  and  children  together,  including  early  intervention  specialists, special  education  teachers,  speech  pathologists,  parent  educators, nurses  and  child psychologists.

and Developmental Delays in Young Children
(Mahoney & MacDonald, 2007)
describe
s a child development curriculum that
can be
used
with young children with
disabilities and their parents
called Responsive
Teaching. This approach to
developmental
intervention
is designed to encourage
parents to engage in highly
responsive interactions
with their children during the course of daily routine activities
as
the primary means of enhancing children’s development
. Since this curriculum
addresses
three domains of
child
development
, it can be used by
various professionals
who work with parents an
d children together, including early intervention specialists,
special education teachers, speech pathologists, parent educators, nurses and child
psychologists.

Autism and Developmental Delays in Young Children (Mahoney  & MacDonald,  2007)  describe s  a  child  development  curriculum  that can  be  used with  young  children  with disabilities   and   their   parents called   Responsive Teaching.      This   approach   to developmental intervention is designed to encourage parents to engage in highly responsive interactions with their children during the course of daily routine activities as the primary means of enhancing children’s development.  Since   this   curriculum addresses three domains of child development, it can be used by various professionals who work with parents  and  children  together,  including  early  intervention  specialists, special  education  teachers,  speech  pathologists,  parent  educators, nurses  and  child psychologists.

and Developmental Delays in Young Children
(Mahoney & MacDonald, 2007)
describe
s a child development curriculum that
can be
used
with young children with
disabilities and their parents
called Responsive
Teaching. This approach to
developmental
intervention
is designed to encourage
parents to engage in highly
responsive interactions
with their children during the course of daily routine activities
as
the primary means of enhancing children’s development
. Since this curriculum
addresses
three domains of
child
development
, it can be used by
various professionals
who work with parents an
d children together, including early intervention specialists,
special education teachers, speech pathologists, parent educators, nurses and child
psychologists.