The Journal of the International Association of Special Education (JIASE) is a peer-reviewed journal that publishes research and PRAXIS articles pertaining to the education of exceptional children from around the world. The PRAXIS section of the journal is intended for the dissemination of practical strategies that readers can immediately implement in their classrooms/schools. These methods/strategies may be new and unique ideas or they can be effective methods/strategies that some teachers have been using and believe that by their publication many more teachers could effectively implement them in their classrooms.
JIASE, is published annually in the spring. The ISSN # is 1555-6913. JIASE is listed with EBSCO, SWETS and Wilson indexes. If you are not an IASE member, you may purchase a journal for a fee of $25 US. If you are an IASE member, you may purchase an extra Journal for $15 US.
Contact Dr. Morgan Chitiyo, editor, for more information.
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The Journal of the International Association of Special Education (JIASE) is seeking manuscripts for publication of its debut topical issue to be published online in the last quarter of 2014. The theme of this issue is Inclusion from Around the World. We invite interested authors from around the world to submit their manuscripts, which could either be research or conceptual papers on the theme of inclusion.
Even though invited, all manuscripts will undergo a peer review process in the same fashion as any other manuscript submitted to the JIASE. Thus, the invitation is not a guarantee that a manuscript will be published. However, we guarantee you that your manuscripts will be given careful consideration based on the journal’s peer review process.
All submitted manuscripts should follow the same submission guidelines as the regular print version of the JIASE. These author guidelines can be found on this website.
The deadline for submission of articles is December 31, 2013. Manuscripts should be submitted to Dr. Morgan Chitiyo via email (firstname.lastname@example.org).
If you have additional questions about the Topical Issue please contact JIASE editor Dr. Morgan Chitiyo (email@example.com)
The Annuntiatus, the IASE newsletter, is published four times a year - spring, summer, fall, and winter. The newsletter usually includes a lead article about the upcoming biennial conference, a report from the President, notes from the field, highlights from Volunteer Service Project sites, a financial summary and more.
Renata Ticha, Ph.D.
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