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Magee 2015

Aoife Magee

Aoife Rose Magee, PhD, earned a doctoral degree in Special Education from the University of Oregon Early Intervention Program. Her research and professional interests have been largely focused on the social-emotional development of young children and how positive parenting and teaching practices may contribute to healthy development, promote resiliency and mediate risk factors. Aoife is an instructor, supervisor, consultant, and professional development specialist for students and practitioners in the areas of Early Childhood Education, Early Intervention/Early Childhood Special Education and Parenting Education. Aoife is a Master Trainer for the Oregon Registry and frequently provides community based and private workshops for early childhood educators.

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About this course

Positive Strategies to Support Young Children with Special Needs in Inclusive Settings

(3 hours - SN/Set 2)

Participants in this training will examine positive strategies to support young children with special needs in inclusive early childhood settings. Characteristics and strategies for supporting children with orthopedic impairments, cognitive delays, learning disabilities, communication disorders, sensory impairments (visual, hearing, and sensory integration), attention-deficit/hyperactivity disorder, emotional disorders and autism spectrum disorders will be included.

 Infant/Toddler & Preschool