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1994
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Teaching and Learning, 14(2),118-123
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In an attempt to discuss the somewhat emotive issue of the integration into pre-schools of children with learning difficulties, this paper will focus firstly on the historical antecedents for pre-school
education, especially in terms of its provision for minority groups. Thereafter the discussion turns to pre-schoolers with learning difficulties, in particular those difficulties manifest in terms of behaviour difficulties. The major thrust in the paper is the necessity for minor programme modifications and major attitude modifications to pre-schoolers with behavioural difficulties.
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0129-7112
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