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Title:Special needs education
Editor:Mutswanga, Phillipa
Year:2016
Periodical:Zimbabwe Journal of Educational Research (ISSN 1013-3445)
Volume:28
Issue:2
Pages:123-307
Language:English
City:Harare
Publisher:University of Zimbabwe
Geographic terms:Zimbabwe
Southern Africa
Subjects:disabled
students
higher education
primary education
technical education
teacher education
Abstract:This special issue of ZJER aims to support teachers and lecturers in meeting the educational needs of students with disabilities. Chapters: Personal experiences of hearing-impaired people in higher education in Zimbabwe (Tsitsi Chataika); Philosophy, disability and marginality in university education: the plight of the hearing-impaired and speech-impaired students at the University of Zimbabwe (Fainos Mangena); Towards a user friendly library for students with disabilities: opportunities and challenges at teachers' colleges in Zimbabwe (Adam L. Luthuli, Oglady Ncube, Mlungisi Moyo & Vuyiswa Sandra Nyathi); Accessibility to sporting activities by mainstreamed students with visual impairment in schools in Bulawayo Metropolitan Province (June Stobekile Zirobwa & Raphael Dube); Inclusivity of technical education in the context of teacher education in Zimbabwe (Florence Sebele, Mlungisi Moyo & Nodumo Ncube); Curriculum provisions for children with special educational needs in mainstream schools in Bulawayo (Sylvia Tonhoma, Tasara Makombe & Rebecca Ncube); Strategies used by primary school teachers to manage dyslexia in mainstream classes (Chengeto Chipunza & Joice Tafirenyika); Teaching logic at the University of Zimbabwe: challenges for lecturers and the visually impaired students (Fainos Mangena & Clive T. Zimunya). [ASC Leiden abstract]
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