|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 2 (2018)
Pre-Service Teacher Perceptions and Knowledge Regarding Professional Development: Implications for Teacher Preparation Programs
Maria B. Peterson-Ahmad Ph.D., Katrina A. Hovey Ph.D., and Pamela K. Peak Ph.D.
Effects of a Graphic Organizer Intervention Package on the Mathematics Word Problem Solving Abilities of Students with Autism Spectrum Disorders
Lauren A. Delisio, Caitlyn A. Bukaty, and Matthew Taylor
A Qualitative Examination of the Serviceability of Teaching Practice Modifications Aimed for Special Education Teacher Candidates
Veysel AKSOY Ph.D., Tezcan ÇAVUŞOĞLU Res. Asst., and Gülefşan Özge KALAYCI Res. Asst.
An Overview of Review Studies on Effectiveness of Major AAC systems for Individuals with Developmental Disabilities Including Autism
Sang Nam Ph.D., BCBA; Jemma Kim Ph.D.; and Shannon Sparks Ph.D.
Using a Universal Design for Learning Framework to Enhance Engagement in the Early Childhood Classroom
Marla J. Lohnmann, Katrina A. Hovey, and Ariane N. Gauvreau
Strategies for Supporting Students Who Are Twice-Exceptional
Janet Josephson, Charlton Wolfgang, and Rich Mehrenberg