Resources Within Reason: Resources for Supporting Recommended Practices for Interaction

Catlett, C.
2016

From the introduction: "As described in the 2014 DEC Recommended Practices, sensitive and responsive interactional practices are foundational for promoting learning for all children. For children who have or are at risk for developmental delays or disabilities, 'they represent a critical set of strategies  for  fostering  social-emotional  competence,  communication,  cognitive  development,  problem-solving,  autonomy,  and  persistence.' Here are some resources for promoting recommended interactional practices."

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 supporting recommended practices for interaction. Young Exceptional Children, 19(4), 48.
DOI: 10.1177/1096250616674531