Interdisciplinary perspectives in early intervention: Professional development in multiple disabilities through distance education

Resource Type: Reports & Papers
Author(s): Chen, Deborah; Klein, M. Diane; Minor, Lavada;
Date Issued: April 2009
Description: A description of the development, implementation, and evaluation of an online professional development course designed to acquaint early intervention workers with the work of specialists from several health- and development-related disciplines
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Funder(s): Special Education Programs (U.S.)
Journal Title: Infants and Young Children
Volume Number: 22
Issue Number: 2
Page Range: 146-158
Topics: Child Care & Early Education Provider Workforce > Education, Certification, & Credentialing

Programs, Interventions & Curricula > Interventions/Curricula > Children with Special Needs
Country: United States
States: CALIFORNIA
ISSN: 0896-3746 Paper
1550-5081 Online
Peer Reviewed: yes
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