Resources Within Reason: Resources for Learning About and Using Recommended Environmental Practices

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Catlett, C.
2016

From the introduction: "Environmental practices, as described in the 2014 DEC Recommended Practices, “refer to aspects of the space, materials (toys, books, etc.), equipment, routines, and activities that practitioners and families can intentionally alter to support each child’s learning across developmental domains.” Environmental practices “encompass the physical environment (e.g., space, equipment, and materials), the social environment (e.g., interactions with peers, siblings, family members), and the temporal environment (e.g., sequence and length of routines and activities).”

Available here: Young Exceptional Children
For more information, please contact:
Camille Catlett at 919.966.6635 or camille.catlett@unc.edu
Citation: Catlett, C. (2016). Resources within reason: Resources for learning about and using recommended environmental practices. Young Exceptional Children, 19(1), 52-53.
DOI: 10.1177/1096250616629752