Let All the Children Come to Me

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David C Cook, 2006 - Religion - 143 pages
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This book blends theory and research with practical ideas and strategies for teaching children with special needs and places it in a spiritual and Christ-centered context. It is said that everyone has a story to tell, a voice that deserves to be heard. There are many thousands of children with special needs who have long been ignored, rejected and excluded from our schools, our communities and sadly from our Bible classes. We believe that these children are loved deeply and completely by our Lord and that they, too, are called to come unto Him. This book speaks to the heart and to the head. Teachers and pastors will find inspiration and information, reminding them that God calls us to include all children, no matter the challenge. In addition, the book includes wonderfully practical elements with many ideas that can be easily integrated into any classroom. By combining philosophy and strategies this book will equip the typical church volunteer teacher to meet the needs of all the children in her classroom.
  

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This book is a must-read. The strategies they share for successfully teaching kids with disabilities will enrich the learning of the whole class. A very insightful book that will have you eager to incorporate their ideas into your classroom. Read full review

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Hood is a faculty member of Abilene Christian University where she teaches courses in early childhood education. She earned a Ph.D. from the University of Texas at Austin.

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