Play and relationships-programming for inclusion
Simple case studies are used to how children with high support needs are included in early childhood programs. Canada
Helping children deal with difference
Provides guidelines for talking to children about difference. United States.
Preparing children for a multicultural world
Sets out a series of strategies for weaving the value of difference into early childhood programs including the identification of teachers and carers own biases, exploration of diversity issues with children and the building of a partnership with parents. United States
Promoting racial and cultural awareness
Outlines the stages of growing racial awareness and suggest activities that will help children accept themselves and others and so promote racial and cultural awareness. United States
Playing and communicating with others is central to the building of relationships with other children.
This article supports staff to facilitate inclusion by creating environments and taking up opportunities to support communication and positive social interaction between all children. Communication and social interaction are tools for inclusion. United States
Understanding prejudice: Creating an inclusive environment
Outlines strategies to support teaching about prejudice and the management of children who display discriminatory behaviour. United States
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