Non-Categorical Education for the Preschool Child / Diane D. Bricker and William A. Bricker.

Described is an innovative program of noncategorical education for both normal and developmentally delayed infants and preschool children. Focused upon are such aspects of program design and operation as early intervention, integration of delayed and nondelayed toddlers and preschoolers matched on t...

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Main Authors: Bricker, Diane D.
Bricker, William A. (Author)
Language:English
Published: [Place of publication not identified] : Distributed by ERIC Clearinghouse, 1975.
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Physical Description:30 pages
Format: Microfilm Book

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