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Exceptional child : teaching and upbringing / Особлива дитина : навчання і виховання (ISSN: 2312-2781)

Publisher: Institute of Special Pedagogy The National Academy of Pedagogical Sciences of Ukraine

ISSN-L: 2312-2781

ISSN: 2312-2781

IF(Impact Factor) : 2017 Evaluation Pending

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«Exceptional child: teaching and upbringing» (Osoblyva dytyna: navchannia i vykhovannia ) - methodological journal.
Published 4 times a year. Founded in 1995, published since 1996 under the title "Defektolohiia". Since January 2014 appeared under the new title "Exceptional child: teaching and upbringing". Certificate of State registration of a print medium КВ #20491-10291 PR of 31.12.2013.
Editor-in-chief - Vyacheslav ZASENKO (Ukraine) - Doctor of Education, professor, associate member of the NAPS of Ukraine, Director of the Institute of Special Pedagogy NAPS of Ukraine
The journal is abstracted in the Vernadsky National Library of Ukraine
Indexed in the international database EBSCO as well as Ukrainian scientific databases.
Journal Exceptional child: teaching and upbringing» (Osoblyva dytyna: navchannia i vykhovannia ) is addressed to special education teachers, methodologists, instructors, clinical psychologists and counselors at special education settings and extra-curricular centres, to regular school teachers who have with special needs students in regular classrooms, instructors, degree and post-graduate students, academics and parents of children with special psychological and/or physical needs.
The journal accepts for publication research papers by individual and group authors about innovative strategies and their implementation into the practice of teaching and learning as a means to provide psychological and pedagogical support and assistance to students with special needs:
• speech and language problems;
• hearing impairments;
• visual impairments;
• mental and intellectual disabilities;
• delayed psychological development;
• autism.
A significant emphasis is placed on early identification, intervention and support for children with special needs, as well as the development of research-based principles and curriculum materials for inclusive education.

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