An Empirical Study On Teachers’ Perceptions Towards Inclusive Education In Malaysia




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ISSN 0827 3383


International Journal

of

Special Education




VOLUME 21 2006 NUMBER 3






  • Teachers' Attitudes Toward Students With Disabilities In Haïti

  • The Technologically Dependent/Medically Fragile At Risk Student

  • Time-Out Interventions And Strategies: A Brief Review And Recommendations

  • Alchemy And Aberrant Behaviour:A Jungian Approach To Working With Boys With Behaviour Disorders
  • An Empirical Study On Teachers’ Perceptions Towards Inclusive Education In Malaysia

  • The Effects Of Constant Time Delay And Strategic Instruction On Students With Learning Disabilities’ Maintenance And Generalization


  • Aggressive Behaviour Among Swazi Upper Primary And Junior Secondary Students: Implications For Ongoing Educational Reforms Concerning Inclusive Education

  • Evaluation Of Turkish Hearing Impaired Students’ Reading Comprehension With The Miscue Analysis Inventory

  • The Effects Of Visualizing And Verbalizing Methods In Remedial Spelling Training: Individual Changes In Dyslexic Students’ Spelling Test Performance

  • Comorbid Diagnosis And Concomitant Medical Treatment For Children With Emotional And Behavioral Disabilities

  • Early Identification And Interventions For Children At Risk For Learning Disabilities

  • Individual, Family, And School Factors Associated With The Identification Of Female And Male Students For Special Education

  • Parents’ And Special Education Teachers’ Perspectives Of Implementing Individualized Instruction In P. R. China-An Empirical And Sociocultural Approach

  • Parents’ And Local Education Authority Officers’ Perceptions Of The Factors Affecting The Success Of Inclusion Of Pupils With Autistic Spectrum Disorders

  • Effective Interventions For Individuals With High-Functional Autism

  • Counting In Egyptian Children With Down Syndrome



International Journal of Special Education



REVISED EDITORIAL POLICY 2006


The International Journal of Special Education publishes original articles concerning special education. Experimental as well as theoretical articles are sought. Potential contributors are encouraged to submit reviews of research, historical, and philosophical studies, case studies and content analyses in addition to experimental correlation studies, surveys and reports of the effectiveness of innovative programs.


Send your article to marcsapo@interchange.ubc.ca as attachment by e-mail, in MSWORD for IBM format ONLY.


Articles should be single spaced (including references). Submit one original only. Any tables must be in MS-WORD for IBM Format. Please include a clear return e-mail address for the electronic return of any material. Published articles remain the property of the Journal.

E-mailed contributions are reviewed by the Editorial Board. Accepted articles may be revised for clarity, organisation and length.


Style: The content, organisation and style of articles should follow the Publication Manual of the American Psychological Association (2001). An article written in an obviously deviating style will be returned to the author for revision.

Abstracts: All articles will be preceded by an abstract of 100-200 words. Contributors are referred to the Publication Manual of the American Psychological Association for assistance in preparing the abstract.

Responsibility of Authors: Authors are solely responsible for the factual accuracy of their contributions. The author is responsible for obtaining permission to quote lengthy excerpts from previously published material. All figures submitted must be submitted within the document.


JOURNAL LISTINGS

Annotated and Indexed by the ERIC Clearinghouse on Handicapped and Gifted Children for publication in the monthly print index Current Index to Journals of Special Education (CIJE) and the quarterly index, Exceptional Child Education Resources (ECER).

IJSE is also indexed at Education Index (EDI).


The journal appears at the website: internationaljournalofspecialeducation.com


The editor can be reached at marcsapo@interchange.ubc.ca


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