This is a really good introduction for students new to SEND. The case studies and reflections are engaging, linking theory to practice and the real world.
Written in an accessible format for foundation and undergraduate courses. This book is rich with case study experiences surrounding the complexities of inclusion. It both challenges and informs.
I would recommend this book as an informative and engaging introduction to Inclusion in the Early Years. Key terminology is defined and the concept of inclusion is explored within a historical and political context. Case studies, strategies and reflective questions challenge thinking and support professional practice.
This provides students with a clear understanding on SEN in the early years which is accessible, with useful points to consider, prompting reflection on practice.