Handbook of Early Childhood Special Education

  • Brian Reichow
  • Brian A. Boyd
  • Erin E. Barton
  • Samuel L. Odom

Table of contents

  1. Front Matter
    Pages i-xvi
  2. Historical Context and Foundations

    1. Front Matter
      Pages 1-1
    2. Mary McLean, Susan R. Sandall, Barbara J. Smith
      Pages 3-19
    3. Carl J. Dunst, Marilyn Espe-Sherwindt
      Pages 37-55
    4. Robin A. McWilliam
      Pages 75-88
    5. Scott R. McConnell, Naomi L. Rahn
      Pages 89-106
  3. EBP Evidence-Based Practice in ECSE Early Childhood Special Education

    1. Front Matter
      Pages 123-123
    2. Gretchen Butera, Eva M. Horn, Susan B. Palmer, Amber Friesen, Joan Lieber
      Pages 143-161
    3. Judith J. Carta, Tracy E. McElhattan, Gabriela Guerrero
      Pages 163-178
    4. Jaclyn D. Joseph, Phillip Strain, Arnold Olszewski, Howard Goldstein
      Pages 179-197
    5. Paddy C. Favazza, Gary N. Siperstein
      Pages 225-245
    6. Mary Louise Hemmeter, Lise Fox, Jessica K. Hardy
      Pages 247-265
  4. Maximizing Current and Future Child Outcomes with Evidence-Based Practice

    1. Front Matter
      Pages 287-287

About this book

Introduction

This handbook discusses early childhood special education (ECSE), with particular focus on evidence-based practices. Coverage spans core intervention areas in ECSE, such as literacy, motor skills, and social development as well as diverse contexts for services, including speech-language pathology, physical therapy, and pediatrics. Contributors offer strategies for planning, implementing, modifying, and adapting interventions to help young learners extend their benefits into the higher grades. Concluding chapters emphasize the importance of research in driving evidence-based practices (EBP).

Topics featured in the Handbook include:
  • Family-centered practices in early childhood intervention.
  • The application of Response to Intervention (RtI) in young children with identified disabilities.
  • Motor skills acquisition for young children with disabilities.
  • Implementing evidence-based practice
s in ECSE classrooms.
  • Cultural, ethnic, and linguistic implications for ECSE.
  • The Handbook of Early Childhood Special Education is a must-have resource for researchers, professors, upper-level undergraduate and graduate students, clinicians, and practitioners across such disciplines as child and school psychology, early childhood education, clinical social work, speech and physical therapy, developmental psychology, behavior therapy, and public health.

    Keywords

    Academic interventions for ECSE Alternative research designs for ECSE Assessing ECSE planning interventions Autism and early childhood special education Child outcomes with evidence-based ECSE Cultural and ethnicity in ECSE

    Editors and affiliations

    • Brian Reichow
      • 1
    • Brian A. Boyd
      • 2
    • Erin E. Barton
      • 3
    • Samuel L. Odom
      • 4
    1. 1.University of FloridaNewberryUSA
    2. 2.Dept Allied Health SciencesUNCChapel HillUSA
    3. 3.Department of Special EducationVanderbilt UniversityNashvilleUSA
    4. 4.Frank Porter Graham Child Development InUniv of N. Carolina at Chapel HillChapel HillUSA

    Bibliographic information

    • DOI https://doi.org/10.1007/978-3-319-28492-7
    • Copyright Information Springer International Publishing Switzerland 2016
    • Publisher Name Springer, Cham
    • eBook Packages Behavioral Science and Psychology
    • Print ISBN 978-3-319-28490-3
    • Online ISBN 978-3-319-28492-7
    • About this book