Attitudes Of Greek Physical Education Teachers Towards Inclusion Of Students With Disabilities In Physical Education Classes




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ISSN 0827 3383


International Journal

of

Special Education




VOLUME 26 2011 NUMBER 1




  • Attitudes Of Greek Physical Education Teachers Towards Inclusion Of Students With Disabilities In Physical Education Classes


  • The Invisibles’…Disability In China In The 21st Century

  • Special Education Provision In Nigeria: Analyzing Contexts, Problems, And Prospects

  • The Chain Of Actions In Special Education – The Relationship Between National Guidelines And Municipal Follow-Up:An Evaluation Based On A Case Study From One Norwegian Municipality

  • Response To Intervention: How Is It Practiced And Perceived?

  • Burnout Syndrome Levels Of Teachers In Special Education Schools In Turkey

  • Traumatic Brain Injury In K-12 Students II: Response To Instruction--When Will They Ever Learn?

  • University Teachers’ Perception Of Inclusion Of Visually Impaired In Ghanaian Universities

  • Play Therapy-Reaching The Child With Autism

  • Computer Assisted Instruction To Promote Comprehension In Students With Learning Disabilities

  • The Quality Of Mediational Teaching Practiced By Teachers In Special Education. An Observational Study In Norwegian Primary Schools

  • Employment Of People With Disabilities In Malaysia: Drivers And Inhibitors

  • Perceptions Of Vocational Training With Elementary Special Education Students: A Case Study

  • Attitudes Towards Inclusion: Gaps Between Belief And Practice

  • Teachers’ Views Of Self-Determination For Students With Emotional/Behavioral Disorders: The Limitations Of An Individualistic Perspective

  • Students With Disabilities In Teacher Education: Changes In Faculty Attitudes Toward Accommodations Over Ten Years

  • Demographic Report On Special Education Students In Postsecondary Education: Implications For School Counselors And Educators.

  • I Only Wish I’d Known: Voices Of Novice Alternatively Certified Special Education Teachers

  • Increasing The Teaching Efficacy Of A Beginning Special Education Teacher Using Differentiated Instruction: A Case Study

  • Multi-Sensory Intervention Observational Research



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OLUME 26 2011 NUMBER 1



Attitudes Of Greek Physical Education Teachers Towards Inclusion

of Students With Disabilities In Physical Education Classes …………………………………………...1

Doulkeridou A,,Evaggelinou C.,Mouratidou K,. Koidou E., Panagiotou A.& Kudlacek M.


‘The Invisibles’…Disability In China In The 21st Century……………………………………..….…..12

Anne Campbell & Marie Uren


Special Education Provision In Nigeria: Analyzing Contexts, Problems, And Prospects...................... 25

Festus E. Obiakor, Fr. MaxMary Tabugbo Offor


The Chain Of Actions In Special Education – The Relationship Between

National Guidelines And Municipal Follow-Up:An Evaluation Based On

A Case Study From One Norwegian Municipality …………………………………………………….33

Sven Nilsen


Response To Intervention: How Is It Practiced And Perceived?………………………………….……44

Rachel Martinez, Andria Young


Burnout Syndrome Levels Of Teachers In Special Education Schools In Turkey……………………..53

Rüyam Küçüksüleymanoğlu


Traumatic Brain Injury In K-12 Students II:

Response To Instruction--When Will They Ever Learn?………………..…………………………………64

Larry E. Schutz, Elizabeth A. McNamara


University Teachers’ Perception Of Inclusion Of Visually Impaired In Ghanaian Universities ………70

Vincent Mamah, Prosper Deku, Sharon M. Darling, Selete K. Avoke

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