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4.4.6 Early childhood inclusion in care giving: Exploration into policy and practice for gifted children

This research is concerned with early childhood inclusion in care giving. Inclusion is an approach to children with diverse abilities ensuring that they can live, play, and learn together. Using a mixed methods approach that combines quantitative and qualitative research techniques, we identify and analyse explicit and implicit policy and practice of inclusion regarding gifted children in Bangladesh. The research attempts to add to existing knowledge in the field of inclusion as well as inform policy and practice.

Author(s):

Mahal Hosne Tilat*

She is involved in teaching as lecturer of sociology at the People’s University of Bangladesh. Completing a fellowship program on development research, she has done several works with children. Her outstanding research experiences are with SOS Children's Village, Early Concern and ADECS. She has published a number of articles. Her interest are street children, children without parenting care, photography,visual art and visual ethnography,care giving and giftedness. Currently she is doing her M. Phil thesis in the University of Dhaka. Post address is: Department of Sociology & Social Work,The People’s University of Bangladesh, 3/2 Asad Avenue, Mohammadpur, Dhaka 1207, Bangladesh

Zahirul Islam
zislam008@gmail.com
Jahangirnagar University
Bangladesh

Zahirul Islam is a researcher about giftedness. Currently, he is Ph D Researcher at the Department of Anthropology, Jahangirnagar University, Bangladesh. He obtained his M. Phil on early childhood. He is WCGTC delegate in Bangladesh and worked with UNDP, Plan, UNICEF, GIZ, Save the Children, Sesame Workshop, SOS Children’s Village, and Early Concern. He has several international publications.

Hossain Md. Monir*

Mr. Hossain is working as a teacher (Sr. Lecturer) in department of sociology at the People’s University of Bangladesh. He has successfully completed a fellowship program on development research with children. His interest of area includes parenting, disability and poverty, care giving and giftedness. In doing several research works with children his research experiences are with development organizations - national & international. He is pursuing his M. Phil degree from Dhaka University. Post address is: Department of Sociology & Social Work,The People’s University of Bangladesh, 3/2 Asad Avenue, Mohammadpur, Dhaka 1207, Bangladesh

 

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