2 edition of Child development, assessment, and intervention found in the catalog.
Child development, assessment, and intervention
1976 by Publications Office, ICBD, College of Education, University of Illinois in Urbana, Ill .
Written in English
|Statement||by Bette Hanson, Lynda Blankenhorn and Keith G. Scott|
|Series||Catalog - Publications Office, ICBD, College of Education, University of Illinois ; # 147|
|Contributions||Blankenhorn, Lynda, Scott, Keith G, University of Illinois (Urbana-Champaign campus). College of Education, National Institute of Education (U.S.)|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||10a, 89 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||89|
This book discusses and analyzes numerous aspects of assessment in early intervention and early childhood special education, including evaluations of early development, severe disabilities, cognitive functioning, and school readiness. This pre-post study evaluates whether the Talk It Up intervention for parents of children aged 2 to 12 months, which uses direct coaching and a smartphone app, is associated with improvements in adult word counts, parent-child conversational turns, child vocalization counts, and Author: Dimitri A. Christakis, Dimitri A. Christakis, Sarah J. Lowry, Georgia Goldberg, Heather Violette, Mi. Child Health and Development focuses on social, cognitive, and emotional development in children. The course looks at assessment tools, as well as the role of intervention programs in proper child. The child assessment process --Methods of developmental assessment --Methods of multicultural assessment --Designing developmental interventions --Early childhood: assessment and intervention --Middle childhood: assessment and intervention --Early adolescence: assessment and intervention --Mid-adolescence: assessment and intervention.
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Investing in early child development is a smart and essential strategy for building human capital, reducing inequities, and promoting sustainable development, argue Bernadette Daelmans and colleagues The millennium development goal on child health has led to great improvements in child survival worldwide.
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Parent-Child Book Reading as an Intervention Technique for Young Children with Language Delays Article (PDF Available) in Topics in Early Childhood Special Education 16(2) June. The Early Childhood Intervention (ECI) collection includes videos, books, assessment instruments, audio pdf, and journals concerning children who have disabilities or developmental delays.
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Some children may achieve skills a little earlier and some children may achieve skills a little bit later; however, certain skills tend to develop within predictable age ranges.