|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 8, Number 1 (2019)
Table of Contents
An Investigation of the Qualities, Knowledge, and Skills of Effective Teachers for Students with Emotional/Behavioral Disorders: The Teacher Perspective
Joseph C. Leggio Ph.D. and Katherine L. Terras Ed.D.
Using a Universal Design for Learning Framework to Provide Multiple Means of Representation in the Early Childhood Classroom
Ariane N. Gauvreau, Marla J. Lohmann, and Katrina A. Hovey
Examining the Perspectives of Elementary Education Teachers Prepared Through Traditional and Dual License Programs
Kelly A. Swindlehurst Ph.D., Colby T. Kervick Ed.D, and Katharine G. Shepherd Ed.D
Effects of Different Camera Perspectives on Preservice Teachers’ Written Reflections
Wilhelmina van Dijk Ph.D. and Holly B. Lane Ph.D.