DEC Launches New Resource for Providers, Instructors and Leaders

January 17, 2017

Are you interested in free, high-quality, evidence-based resources to use in your work? Would you like a source for fresh ideas to use as part of your practice, courses, professional development, presentations, or briefings? The Division for Early Childhood (DEC), an international membership organization for those who work with or on behalf of young children (0-8) with disabilities and other special needs and their families, may have just what you’re looking for.

 

Resources within Reason is a new bi-monthly, one-way listserv. Each issue focuses on a topic of interest to individuals who support young children and their families, with emphasis on children with or at risk for disabilities. All featured resources are free.

 

The content of Resources within Reason is coordinated by Camille Catlett. The listserv is supported by DEC. All or part of Resources within Reason may be freely shared or copied.

 

To have a free issue of Resources within Reason sent to you directly every other month, please sign up for the listserv here.

 

We hope you will find this resource useful and encourage others to sign up and use it.

 

View the January 2017 - The Evidence for Inclusion Issue

Compiled by Camille Catlett and Erin E. Barton

View the Email - Download the PDF - Download the Word Document

 

Issues of Resources within Reason are archived on the DEC website on the Resources within Reason page, dec-sped.org/resources-within-reason

 

To suggest resources or request focus topics for the listserv, please contact Camille Catlett at (919) 966-6635 or camille.catlett@unc.edu.

 

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