Teaching Exceptional Children (TEC) - Early Childhood Education - Pedagogy

Early Childhood Education

Teaching Exceptional Children (TEC)


Teaching Exceptional Children (TEC) is a journal published by the Council for Exceptional Children (CEC) for teachers and administrators of children with disabilities and children who are gifted. A peer-reviewed journal, it primarily publishes articles about practical methods and materials that can be used in classrooms, as well as articles on current issues in special education learning and teaching. The journal also provides information on the latest technologies, techniques, and procedures developed for teaching exceptional students. TEC has a practical focus aimed at helping teachers of exception children to put new practices and technologies into immediate application. Articles applicable to infants, young children, and families frequently appear in this journal, although TEC is not specifically an early childhood journal. The journal has been in continuous publication since November 1968 and now publishes six issues a year. All members of the CEC receive the journal as part of their membership, but nonmembers can also subscribe. The full-text of the journal is also available online. For more information, see the CEC Web site at www.cec.sped.org.

Samuel Odom