Nov 19 2019

JIE, Vol 3, No 1 (2019)

JIE, Vol 3, No 1 (2019)
A Comparative Study on Levels of Aggression in boys and Girls with Hearing Impairment.

Shaista Majid, Nadia Nawaz, Muhammad Bilal
Challenges Faced by Teachers during Teaching Students with Developmental Disability at Primary School Level in Lahore.

Zikra Faiz, Amna Arif, Shamasul Zia
Comparison of Reading Development in Children with Hearing Impairment Using Hearing Aids and Cochlear Implant.

Ifra Sohail, Tanzila Nabeel
 Effectiveness of Background Music on Aggressive
Behavior of Intellectually Disabled Children

Nida Gul, Hafiz Tahir Jameel, Muhammad Naeem Mohsin
I am not against Inclusive Education but…:
Teachers’ Voices from Pakistan

Rashida Qureshi, Fatima Razzaq
Including Students with Autism Spectrum Disorder
in Regular Classrooms – Current Practices

Nabila Chauhdry
Speech Language Therapy in Special Schools of Punjab: A Study of Auditory Profiles of Children with Hearing Impairment.

Hina Noor, Nasim Akhter Raja
Strengthening Inclusive Education in a Colombian
Institution of Higher Education

Yeison Guerrero
Teaching Students with Down Syndrome: Perspectives
of Special School Teachers and Psychologists.

Humayoun Amjad. Yaar Muhammad

Nov 07 2018

JIE Vol 2, Issue 1, 2018

JIE Vol 2, Issue 1, 2018 has been published.
Table of Contents

An Exploratory Study of preferred Learning Styles of visually Impaired Children

Shaista Majid & Sumaira Chaudhary

Analysis of Syntax Errors in Written Language of 8th Grade Students with Hearing ImpairmentIrum Batool & Abdul Hameed  
Effects of In-Service Teacher Training on Students’Psychological Development at Secondary LevelFaryal Arshad,  Almas Ikram Kayani & Qaiser Suleman   
Influence of Family Economic Status on Education and Health of Special Children in Islamabad
Lubna Faraz, Hina Noor & Qaisara Parveen
Preferences of Students with Visual Impairment
between Braille and Screen Reader’s Software
Faiza Jaleel & Faisal Anis
Voices of Parents about their Out of School Children with DisabilitiesAfaf Manzoor , Abdul Hameed  & Tanzila Nabeel