Three major components for natural environment practice.
Figure 1 shows what might constitute natural environment
practice by integrating definitions and concepts proposed by IDEA (
1991 , 1997 ) and by several researchers.
The three elements presented in Figure 1 are critical pieces
of natural environment practices: naturalistic specialized
instruction, natural settings, and caregiver–child interactions
within their daily routines and activities. .
The elements in Figure 1 provide points for further
discussion in rethinking natural environment practice..
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