The article on pages 1 -6 of the Special Education Resource Journal ( Special Issue), documents research carried out in a Primary Classroom, as part of the National DfE funded Project on Children with Complex learning Difficulties and Disabilities. Professor Carpenter presents the work with the Primary Class Teacher, Debbie Wiggett, and two members of the CLDD Project Research Team, Bev Cockbill and Jo Egerton.
The article can be accessed through this link
Implications of new DfE Guidance for children born Prematurely
Professor Carpenter’s response to the Advice given by the DfE, published in Children and Young People now, can be on their website.
The original advice from the DfE can be found on the DfE Website
This conference, a joint congress of the Annual Conference of the European Association on Early Childhood Intervention (EURLYAID) and the 2nd National Interdisciplinary Early Childhood Intervention Conference of the Turkish Association on Early Childhood Intervention invites you to participate in:
INTERNATIONAL CONGRESS ON EARLY CHILDHOOD INTERVENTION
“Bridging Research & Practice in Early Childhood Intervention”
For conference information, please go to: http://www.iceci2014.com/eng/index.php
April 3 – 6, 2014
AKKA Hotel Antedon
How does the Mental Health of young people with Disabilities affect their Learning?
This Thinkpeice by Professor Carpenter and Dr Barry Coughlan examines the issues we should consider in our practice.
Think-Piece on Emotional Wellbeing September 2013