By Mary Dickins
The key issues in inclusion are explored via an A - Z process overlaying key techniques, theories / theorists, and figures.
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For example if a child becomes aggressive labelling may only serve to perpetuate that behaviour as it comes to be seen as what is expected from them. A fundamental part of positive behaviour management is for practitioners and those involved with children to think honestly and deeply about the attitudes, beliefs and emotions towards children which may affect whether they view certain behaviours as challenging and/or socially unacceptable. This necessitates a process of self-scrutiny through which professionals recognise how they may be negatively categorising children who are different from themselves.
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A Practical Handbook for Early Years Workers. London: National Children’s Bureau. Early Childhood Forum (ECF, 2003) Policy Statement, Definition of Inclusion (leaflet). London: National Children’s Bureau. Garner, R. (2008) More than 4,000 Children under five excluded from school. html (accessed 17 April 2013). 2). London: HMSO. Leslie, C. and Skidmore, C. (2009) SEN: The Truth about Inclusion. London: The Bow Group. Nutbrown, C. and Clough, P. (2006) Inclusion in the Early Years. London: Sage. Ofsted (2009) The Exclusion from School of Children aged Four to Seven.
A - Z of Inclusion in Early Childhood by Mary Dickins