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Title: The Contemporary Socio-Economic Crisis Situation and the Implementation of Inclusive Education for Nomadic Children with Disabilities in Nigeria: Implications for Guidance and Counselling
Authors: Yakwal, Sylvester Mwandar
Bodang, Juliana Rotkangmwa
Guyit, Ruth
Issue Date: Aug-2015
Publisher: Asia Pacific Journal of Multidisciplinary Research
Series/Report no.: Vol. 3;No. 3; Pp 87-92
Abstract: The present socio-economic crisis situation in Nigeria has affected so many facets of life of the people generally not least of all the life of nomadic children with disabilities. Presently, a lot of focus is being directed at the provision of educational services for children with special needs (including nomadic children) through inclusive education. This paper attempts to identify some of the ways that teaching and learning can be effectively carried out for nomadic children with disabilities in Nigeria with particular emphasis on its implications for guidance and counseling. The paper will attempt to identify the methods that can be used in the nomadic education classroom as well as establish the expected role better quality of life for nomadic children with disabilities in the Nigerian educational system. Furthermore, it will strive to identify the problems emanating from the socio-economic crisis situation and how it affects nomadic children with disabilities. In particular, it particular, it will attempt to identify the counseling strategies that can be used for the insurance of better quality of life for nomadic children with disabilities generally and make far reaching recommendations to that effect.
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/123456789/1248
ISSN: 2350-8442
Appears in Collections:Special Education and Rehabilitation Sciences

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