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INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF SPECIAL EDUCATION

Vol 28, No: 1, 2013

International Journal
of

Special Education
VOLUME 28

2013

NUMBER 1

A Statewide Survey of Special Education Directors on Teacher Preparation and Licentiate in Autism
Spectrum Disorders: A Model for University and State Collaboration
Comparison of Occupational Stress in Response to Challenging Behaviours Between General and Special
Education Primary Teachers in Northern Italy
Inclusive Education in India: Are the Teachers Prepared?
Measuring Levels of Stress and Depression in Mothers of Children Using Hearing Aids and Cochlear
Implants: A Comparative Study
Parental Needs of Transition of Children Using Cochlear Implants from Preschool to Inclusive School
Preparing Special Educators for Collaboration in the Classroom: Pre-Service Teachers Beliefs and
Perspectives
Psychosocial Adjustment in Siblings of Children with War-Related Injuries
Red Tape and Green Teachers: The Impact of Paperwork on Novice Special Education Teachers
School Psychology Crossroads in America: Discrepancies Between Actual and Preferred Discrete Practices
and Barriers to Preferred Practice
Special Education Practicum at The University of Jordan: Preliminary Indicators of Students Satisfaction
and Concerns
The Applicability of Curriculum-Based-Measurement in Math Computation in Jordan
The Comparison of Special Education Between Thailand and the United States: Inclusion and Support for
Children with Autism Spectrum Disorder
The Relationship of IEP Quality to Curricular Access and Academic Achievement for Students with
Disabilities
The Transition From Primary to Secondary School: Perspectives of Students with Autism Spectrum
Disorder and their Parents
What is the Problem? Explanations of School Difficulties by Eight Occupational Groups

INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF SPECIAL EDUCATION

Vol 28, No: 1, 2013

International Journal of Special Education


EDITORIAL POLICY
The International Journal of Special Education publishes original articles concerning special education.
Experimental as well as theoretical articles are sought. Potential contributors are encouraged to submit
reviews of research, historical, and philosophical studies, case studies and content analyses in addition to
experimental correlation studies, surveys and reports of the effectiveness of innovative programs.
Send your article to marcsapo@interchange.ubc.ca or irisdoug@cox.net as attachment by e-mail, in
MSWORD for IBM format ONLY.
Articles should be double spaced (including references). Submit one original only. Any tables must be in
MS-WORD for IBM Format and in the correct placement within the article. Please include a clear
return e-mail address for the electronic return of any material. Published articles remain the property of
the Journal.
E-mailed contributions are reviewed by the Editorial Board. Articles are then chosen for publication.
Accepted articles may be revised for clarity, organisation and length.
Style: The content, organisation and style of articles should follow the Publication Manual of the
American Psychological Association, Sixth Edition. An article written in an obviously deviating style
will be returned to the author for revision.
Abstracts: All articles will be preceded by an abstract of 100-200 words. Contributors are referred to the
Publication Manual of the American Psychological Association, Sixth Edition for assistance in preparing
the abstract.
Word Processing Guidelines: All articles (including tables and figures) must fit within size A4 paper,
1.2 in left-right margins, 1.2 top/bottom margins, and be in portrait orientation.
Responsibility of Authors: Authors are solely responsible for the factual accuracy of their contributions.
The author is responsible for obtaining permission to quote lengthy excerpts from previously published
material. All figures and tables must be included within the document.
JOURNAL LISTINGS
Annotated and Indexed by the ERIC Clearinghouse on Handicapped and Gifted Children for publication
in the monthly print index Current Index to Journals of Special Education (CIJE) and the quarterly index,
Exceptional Child Education Resources (ECER).

IJSE is also indexed at Education Index (EDI).


The journal appears at the website: www.internationaljournalofspecialeducation.com
The editor, Dr. Marg Csapo, may be reached at marcsapo@interchange.ubc.ca
The co-editor, Dr. Iris Drower, may be reached at irisdoug@cox.net

INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF SPECIAL EDUCATION

Vol 28, No: 1, 2013

INDEX
VOLUME 28

2013

NUMBER 1

A Statewide Survey of Special Education Directors on Teacher Preparation and Licentiate in Autism Spectrum
Disorders: A Model for University and State Collaboration
4
Juliet E. Hart.
Comparison of Occupational Stress in Response to Challenging Behaviours between General and Special Education
Primary Teachers in Northern Italy
14
A. Pepe & L. Addimando2
Inclusive Education in India: Are the Teachers Prepared?
Ajay K. Das, Ahmed B. Kuyini, & Ishwar P. Desai

27

Measuring Levels of Stress and Depression in Monthers of Children Using Hearing Aids and cochlear Implants: A
Comparative Study
37
Santhi S. Prakash, Prakash S.G.R., Aparna Ravichandran, K.Y. Susan, & Winnie Alex
Parental Needs of Transition of Children Using Cochlear Implants from Preschool to Inclusive School
45
Josephine Vinila V., Aparna Ravichandran, Santhi Prqakash S., Prakash S. G. R., & Narender K.
Preparing Special Educators for Collaboration in the Classroom: Pre-Service Teachers Beliefs and Perspectives
56
Bethany Hamilton-Jones & Cynthia O. Vail
Psychosocial Adjustment in Siblings of Children with War-Related Injuries
Vivian Khamis

69

Red Tape and Green Teachers: The Impact of Paperwork on Novice Special Education Teachers
Richard L. Mehrenberg

80

School Psychology Crossroads in America: Discrepancies Between Actual and Preferred Discrete Practices and
Barriers to Preferred Practice
88
Kevin J. Filter, Sara Ebsen, & Rebecca Dibos88
Special Education Practicum at The University of Jordan: Preliminary Indicators of Students Satisfaction and
Concerns
101
Mohammad A Al Jabery & Hatem A Al Kamra101
The Applicability of Curriculum-Based-Measurement in Math Computation in Jordan
Bashir Abu-Hamour & Jihan Mattar

111

The Comparison of Special Education Between Thailand and the United States: Inclusion and Support for Children
with Autism Spectrum Disorder
120
Doris Adams Hill & Sasipin Sukbunpant
The Relationship of IEP Quality to Curricular Access and Academic Achievement for Students With Disabilities
135
Tamika P. La Salle, Andrew T. Roach, & Dawn McGrath

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The Transition from Primary to Secondary School: Perspectives of Students with Autism Spectrum Disorder and
their Parents
145
Elizabeth F. Hannah & Keith J. Topping
What is the Problem? Explanations of School Difficulties by Eight Occupational Groups
Claes Nilholm, Lena Almqvist, Kerstin Goransson, & Gunilla Lindqvist

161