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  • Paperback: 304 pages
  • Publisher: Redleaf Press (Feb. 1 2010)
  • Language: English
  • ISBN-10: 1605540137
  • ISBN-13: 978-1605540139
  • Product Dimensions: 1.9 x 21.6 x 27.9 cm
  • Shipping Weight: 748 g
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #452,679 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)

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About the Author

Todd Wanerman has been a preschool teacher and administrator for over 20 years. He has led workshops on inclusion and other aspects of early childhood education around the country. He is pursuing a master's of arts degree in early childhood education at San Francisco State University. Leslie Roffman is cofounder and director of The Little School, where she became interested in relationship-based education and inclusion. She has presented at conferences and workshops across the country, produced a training film for early childhood educators, and was recognized by Support for Families of Children with Disabilities for her contributions to the field. Cassandra Britton has been the program director and full inclusion coordinator at The Little School for over 15 years. She has consulted with numerous schools and individuals about using sensory diets and relationship-based approaches for children with special needs. She holds a bachelor's of science in human development and family studies from Cornell University.

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Beautifully written and comprehensive April 13 2010
By ourcola - Published on Amazon.com
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This book is beautifully written--so encouraging and respectful to the reader, and packed with great ideas. Very logically organized: Every time a question comes into the reader's mind, it's addressed immediately. The book is also quite comprehensive--it addresses so many facets of the issues and ties everything together in a wonderful, holistic way. Unusual for this genre, it's accessible and un-gibberishy, without talking down to the reader. Plus, speaking as a former copy editor, it's very well edited! I hope it gets widely used and appreciated.
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A survey preschool teachers will need July 18 2010
By Midwest Book Review - Published on Amazon.com
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Including One, Including All: A Guide to Relationship-Based Early Childhood Inclusion is a fine pick for any early childhood library. It teaches how to create a program that supports kids with various behavioral and learning challenges, offering a review of inclusion, a description of the Engage-Reflect-Plan cycle, stories and tools to support kids, and more. It's a survey preschool teachers will need.
Every parent will pick up pearls. March 24 2010
By Inder Dhillon - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Paperback
As a parent - not a pre-school teacher - I found this book invaluable. When you say "inclusion", it often conjures images of children with "special" needs who are visible from a distance. But intelligence has so many aspects that every child (and every adult, for that matter) has "special needs" in one area or another. This book demystifies the idea of inclusion, stresses the fact that every child has strengths and challenges, and that working to maximize every child's potential reaps incalculable benefits for the entire class. As a father of a 5-year old and a 3-year old, I found their ideas extremely useful. After reading the book, we immediately created a calming corner at home, and a calming box filled with things suggested on page 91. It has become a favorite spot for our children. The other day, our son, struggling with a challenging moment, said, "I need to rest. I am going to the calming corner." Like magic, the tense moment was resolved! The book may look academic, geared toward professionals, but every parent will read it with profit. As the years roll on, the publication of this book will be considered a seminal event in childhood development. Buy it! The book reminds us that inclusion is a big tent. We are all in it.
choosing a helpful book on inclusion--how?! Feb. 21 2010
By S. Grey - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Paperback
When you even begin to type the word "inclu--" into the search, so many titles come up. What makes this one different? I would call it accessible, and full of ideas you could start using tomorrow. The authors aren't just approaching this theoretically; they do explain a bit about sensory integration (which whether you "officially" have children with special needs in your program or not, is useful information for teachers to have in meeting the needs of all children), but these are people who are working with preschoolers every day. They know what you wonder about, how you doubt yourself, how you can start. There are great photos, of teachers doing what they suggest, and some also of the materials you can use to make your classroom more inviting for those kids who struggle, the children who don't just blend in easily. There are also ideas for working with parents. If you feel at a loss sometimes in working with challenging children, try this book!
Every preschool teacher needs to read this book! Feb. 19 2010
By Jennifer Birkner - Published on Amazon.com
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If you are a preschool teacher, you need this book. "Including One, Including All: A Guide to Relationship-Based Early Childhood Inclusion" is full of insights and ideas to turn your classroom into a magical place where each child's strengths are celebrated and everyone feels good about themselves. You will learn ways to support all of the children in your class in overcoming challenges. I have learned that fair is not always equal. You can do different things for different children and what benefits the individual benefits the whole community. Thank you to the authors for this wonderful book!

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