|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 9, Number 1 (2020)
Table of Contents & Editorial
Parent knowledge of the definition of FAPE in light of the Endrew vs. Douglas County School Board decision
Karin M. Fisher Ph.D., Cassandra B. Willis Ph.D., and Barbara E. Ransom J.D.
A Case Study of the Development of an eCoach
Margaret P. Weiss, Kelley S. Regan, and Holly D. Glaser
Teacher Knowledge of Attention-Deficit/Hyperactivity Disorder and Classroom Management
Sarah J. Bolinger, Dr. Winnie Mucherah, and Dr. Andrew M. Markelz
An Examination of the Current Status of Paraprofessionals through their Lens: Role, Training, and Supervision
Erin Zobell M.A. and Jiwon Hwang Ph.D.
Pre-service teacher implementation of strategy instruction: Effects on the comprehension of middle school students
Brennan Chandler and Jessica Hagaman
The Impact of an Inclusive Post-Secondary Course on Pre-Service Teachers
Andrew R. Scheef Ph.D., Bishal Thapa, Ellie Lerum, and Marcus I. Poppen