IJWC remains committed to extending an understanding of the critical importance of ensuring all children with holistic and inclusive learning opportunities. Each child is regarded as unique; teachers perceive differences as natural and contributing to the overall learning environment. Using professional knowledge, educators intentionally plan experiences integrating both cognitive and affective strategies. This IJWC Fall issue provides readers with relevant and specific information with which to implement learning events which are both holistic and inclusive.
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