International Association of Special Education

Fostering a Global Exchange of Ideas and Information

JIASE - Journal of the International Association of Special Education

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. Elizabeth M. Dalton or Dr. Renata Ticha, co-editors, for more information.


To receive the latest edition, become an IASE member.  See our Membership page.

JIASE

Past issues:   

  • 2014 Topical issue: Inclusion from Around the World
  • 2014        

  • Submission guidelines:

    Associate Editors

    Britt Ferguson, Ph.D. Associate Professor of Special Education, National University in California, USA

    Dr. Malgorzata (Gosia) Sekulowicz, University of Lower Silesia, Wroclaw, Poland


    Managing Editor

    Thomas J. Donaghy, Institute on Community Integration, University of Minnesota, USA


    Consulting Editors

    Brian Abery, Ph.D.Institute on Community Integration, University of Minnesota, USA

    Theo Ajobiewe, Ph.D.Federal College of Education, Nigeria
    Paul M. Ajuwon, Ph.D.Missouri State University, USA

    Dr. Anies M. Al-Hourb,American University of Beirut, Lebanon
    Panayiotis Angelides, Professor,University of Nicosia, Cyprus

    Dr. M. Lynn Aylward, School of Education, Acadia University, Canada
    Kathleen L. Brown, Ph.D.Northeastern Illinois University, USA

    María Cristina Cardona, Faculty of Education, University of Alicante, Spain

    Sue Carpenter, Ph.D. Kingsborough Community College, City University of New York, USA

    Lotus Chiang, Special Education Department of National Chiayi University, Taiwan

    Dr. George Chitiyo, Tennessee Technological University, USA

    Jonathan Chitiyo, Faculty., Southern Illinois University, USA

    Yi Ding, Associate Professor, Graduate School of Education,Fordham University, USA

    Dr. Richard Freeze, University of Manitoba, Canada

    Dr. Robert Gable, Costance F. & Colgate W. Darden Professor, Old Dominion University, USA

    Kay Hanson,Ph.D. University of South Carolina, USA

    Dr. Priti Haria, Stockton University, USA

    Martha Howard Ph.D.Tennessee Technological University, USA

    Dawn Iwamoto, Ed.D, University of the Rockies, USA



    Dr. James T. Jackson, Associate Professor/Coordinator of Special Education, Howard University, USA

    Seth King, Ph.D., BCBA-D,Tennessee Technological University, USA

    Dr. Marcel Lebrun, Plymouth State University, USA

    Eduardo José Manzini, Ph.D.Universidad Estadual Paulista,Brazil

    Dr. M. L. Mostert, Associate Professor,University of Namibia, Namibia

    Mr. Thomas Mtonga, School of Education,

    Dr. Karen P. Nonis, Curtin University, Australia

    Dr. Sekhar Pindiprolu,The University of Toledo, USA

    Dr. Karen Schulte,School District of Janesville, Wisconsin, USA

    Karen Sealander, Ph.D Northern Arizona University, USA

    Denise Skarbek, Professor, Saint Leo University, USA

    Jamie L. Timmerman, Ph.D., NCSP Mesa Public Schools, USA

    MichaelTorrence,Ph.D.Assistant Vice President of Academic Affairs,Volunteer State Community College,USA

    Nelly Malatsi, Faculty/Lecturer,University of Botswana,Botswana
    John Wheeler, Ph.D. Director /Professor,East Tennessee State University,USA
    Gulnoza Yakubova, Ph.D.,Duquesne University, USA
    Dr. Kaili Chen Zhang,Unitec Institute of Technology, New Zealand


    Annuntiatus - our quarterly newsletter

    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. 

    To receive 2014 issues, become an IASE member.  See our Membership page.


    Past issues: 

    2014:  FebruaryMayAugustNovember   

    2013:   Fall,  Summer,  Spring,  Winter

    2012:   Fall,  Summer,  Spring,  Winter

    2011:   Fall,  Summer,  Spring,  Winter

    2010:   Fall,  Summer,  Spring

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