|Editor:||Sang Seok Nam , California State University, San Bernardino|
The mission of the Journal of Special Education Apprenticeship (JOSEA) is to publish quality graduate student and early career faculty research and foster research-based practices for children and youth with exceptionalities. The practitioner column aims to present a diverse and practical range of interventions, strategies, and practices in a format that is accessible for practitioners working with children with exceptionalities.
Current Issue: Volume 7, Number 1 (2018)
Table of Contents
A Synthesis of the Daily Behavior Report Card Literature from 2007 to 2017
Benjamin S. Riden, Jonte' C. Taylor, David L. Lee, and Mary Catherine Scheeler
The Importance of Developing Cultural Competence in Working with Families of Students with Disabilities from the Middle East, North Africa, and Southwest Asia
Soraya Fallah, Wendy Murawski, and Zaniar Moradian
University Students’ Perceptions of Social Justice: The Impact of Implementing a Summer Camp for Children with Disabilities
Ruth E. Jefferson Ed.D., Christina E. Grant Ph.D., Lindsay Rye, Laura A. Bassette Ph.D., Matt Stuve Ph.D., and Ryan Heneisen
Rural Vocational and Transition Assessment Practices for Students with Intellectual Disabilities: What Do Educators Really Know?
Jenna Brendle Ph.D., Kathryn J. Tucker Ed.D., and Robin H. Lock Ph.D.