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COMMUNICATION IMPROVEMENT THROUGH MUSIC: THE CASE OF CHILDREN WITH DEVELOPMENTAL DISABILITIES

COMMUNICATION IMPROVEMENT THROUGH MUSIC: THE CASE OF CHILDREN WITH DEVELOPMENTAL DISABILITIES

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ISSN 0827 3383
International Journal
of 
Special Education
VOLUME 25 2010 NUMBER 1
Communication Improvement Through Music: The Case Of Children WithDevelopmental Disabilities
Efficacy Of Enrichment Triad And Self-Direct Models On AcademicAchievement Of Gifted Students In Selected Secondary Schools In Nigeria
The Effectiveness Of Project-Based Learning On Pupils With LearningDifficulties Regarding Academic Performance, Group Work And Motivation
Developmental Hierarchy Of Arabic Phonological Awareness Skills
Special Education Paraprofessionals: Perceptions Of Preservice Preparation,Supervision, And Ongoing Developmental TrainingA Special Education Teacher’s Networks: A Finnish CaseChanges In Exclusionary Discipline Rates And Disciplinary Disproportionality OverTimeA Model For The Education Of Gifted Learners In LebanonA Study Of The Experiences Of Parents With Home-Schooled Pre-AdolescentChildren With Severe Multiple Health ProblemsInclusive Education In Developing Countries In The Sub Saharan Africa: FromTheory to Practice
Child-Rearing Practices And Delinquency In Children And Adolescents
Demographic Profile And Athletic Identity Of Traumatic Spinal Cord InjuredWheelchair Basketball Athletes In Greece
Elementary Physical Education Teachers’ Attitudes Towards The Inclusion Of Children With Special Needs: A Qualitative Investigation
Inclusive Education In Guyana: A Call For Change
The Portrayals Of Individuals With Physical And Sensory Impairments InPicture Books
What Do I Know? Parental Positioning In Special Education
Understanding ADhD In Girls: Identification And Social Characteristics
Peer Relationship Problems Of Children With AD/HD: Contributing FactorsAnd Implications For Practice
 
INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL of SPECIAL EDUCATION Vol 25 No1 2010
Effectiveness Of The Touch Math Technique In Teaching Addition Skills ToStudents With Intellectual Disabilities
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INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL of SPECIAL EDUCATION Vol 25 No1 2010
The editor can be reached at
marcsapo@interchange.ubc.ca
Communication Improvement Through Music:The Case Of Children With Developmental Disabilities………………………………………...............1
Vasiliki Krikeli, Anastasios Michailidis, Niovi-Dionysia Klavdianou
Efficacy Of Enrichment Triad And Self-Direct Models On Academic AchievementOf Gifted Students In Selected Secondary Schools In Nigeria………………………………………...10
Olufemi Aremu Fakolade, Samuel Olufemi Adeniyi
The Effectiveness Of Project-Based Learning On Pupils With LearningDifficulties Regarding Academic Performance, Group Work And Motivation………………………..17
 Diamanto Filippatou, Stavroula Kaldi
Developmental Hierarchy Of Arabic Phonological Awareness Skills…………………………………27
Sana Tibi
Special Education Paraprofessionals: Perceptions Of Preservice Preparation,Supervision, And Ongoing Developmental Training…………………………………………………...34
William Breton
A Special Education Teacher’s Networks: A Finnish Case…………………………………………….46
 Jenna Tuomainen, Tuire Palonen, Kai Hakkarainen
Changes In Exclusionary Discipline Rates And Disciplinary Disproportionality Over Time………….59
 Amity L. Noltemeyer, Caven S. Mcloughlin
A Model For The Education Of Gifted Learners In Lebanon…………………………………………..71
 Ketty M. Sarouphim
A Study Of The Experiences Of Parents With Home-SchooledPre-Adolescent Children With Severe Multiple Health Problems……………………………………...80
Cecilia Obeng,.
Inclusive Education In Developing Countries In The Sub SaharanAfrica: From Theory To Practice……………………………………………………………………….87
 John Charema
Child-Rearing Practices And Delinquency In Children And Adolescents…………………………..…94
Stavros P. Kiriakidis
Demographic Profile And Athletic Identity Of Traumatic SpinalCord Injured Wheelchair Basketball Athletes In Greece……………………………………………..106
 Angelo Vasiliadis, Christina Evaggelinou, Sevastia Avourdiadou, Petros Grekinis
Elementary Physical Education Teachers’ Attitudes Towards The InclusionOf Children With Special Needs: A Qualitative Investigation……………………………….……….114
Sue Combs, Steven Elliott, Kerry Whipple
Inclusive Education In Guyana: A Call For Change………………………………………………….126
 Amanda Ajodhia-Andrews, Elaine Frankel 
The Portrayals Of Individuals With Physical And Sensory Impairments In Picture Books…………..145
 Kevser Koc, Yusuf Koc, Selda Ozdemir 
What Do I Know? Parental Positioning In Special Education………………………………………...162
 Erin Mccloskey
Understanding Adhd In Girls: Identification And Social Characteristics……………………………..171
 Janice A. Grskovic, Sydney S. Zentall 
Peer Relationship Problems Of Children With AD/HD:Contributing Factors And Implications For Practice………………………………………………….185
Selda Ozdemir 
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