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Title: The Place of Psychology in Special Needs Education
Authors: lroegbu, Victor Umunna
Issue Date: Sep-2008
Publisher: Jos Journal of Education
Series/Report no.: Vol. 1;No. 1; Pp 219-224
Abstract: This paper discussed the place of psychology in special needs education. In doing this, salient issues such as the concept of special needs education psychology, major themes characterizing psychology of special needs education, importance of psychology to special educators, the learning process situation and the characteristics of effective teaching were highlighted. The paper concludes that psychology is an indispensable aspect of special educational programmes and services; as it is imperative in the identification of the psychological problems of children with special needs and effective teachers’ behaviours, characters, or qualities that could promote good teaching and learning processes.
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/123456789/1181
Appears in Collections:Special Education and Rehabilitation Sciences

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