Saturday, October 14, 2017

My articles published in JSER now in #ScienceOpen

Dear colleagues,
Before I step down from position JSER editor-in-chief I made an agreement with great publisher #ScienceOpen. All articles since 1997 are indexed on this platform now. I want to share with you all my 30 articles published for JSER in last 20 years. You can click on the link before and you can share, download and cite them.
Cheers,
Former JSER editor-in-chief

Tuesday, October 3, 2017

Last JSER issue 3-4, vol. 18, 2017

Dear readers,

I want to inform you that last issue 3-4, vol. 18, 2017 of JSER has been published electronically at September 30th and you can find it here. With this post I want to inform international audience that I am resigning from my position as editor-in-chief of Journal of Special Education and Rehabilitation. I do that due to various reasons which I can not explain here. It was my pleasure to work this job almost 14 years (first four years as deputy editor). It was my pleasure to work this job. Thank you very much for reading our journal. I want to mention some numbers with my editorship: 28 issues printed, JSER online 8 years and posted open access all volumes and issues since 1997 (41 issues). More than 4200 pages produced, 18 international board members, 15 people went through editorial office, 385 internationally recognized reviewers, around 450 published articles, etc. It has been indexed in more 90 data bases and linked in 80 world university libraries. I want to thank to all people who contributed into it.
I wish to new editor-in-chief successful work and to continued with new challenges.

Former editor-in-chief

Tuesday, September 19, 2017

Bibliography about autism published in JSER in the period 1997-2017

Dear readers,

Please find references regarding autism in last twenty years.
  1. Gilic L. Homework accuracy to increase the academic repertoire of young children with autism. J Spec Educ Rehab 2016; 17(1-2):66-84. doi: 10.19057/jser.2016.5.
  2. Nolcheva M, Trajkovski V. Exploratory study: stress, coping and support among parents of children with autism spectrum disorders. J Spec Educ Rehab 2015; 16(3-4):84-100. doi: 10.1515/JSER-2015-0013.
  3. Louis PT, Kumar N. Does father involvement influence the affect, language acquisition, social engagement and behavior in young autistic children? An early intervention study. J Spec Educ Rehab 2015; 16(1-2): 105-124. doi: 10.1515/JSER-2015-0007.
  4. Hott LB, Alsresheed MF, Henry RH. Peer Tutoring Interventions for Student with Autism Spectrum Disorders: a Meta – Synthesis. J Spec Educ Rehab 2014; 15(1-2):109-121. doi: 10.2478/JSER-2014-0007.
  5. Gulati S, Chakrabarty B. Diagnostic and Treatment Options in Autistic Spectrum Didorders – an Overview. J Spec Educ Rehab 2014; 15(1-2):43-58. doi: 10.2478/JSER-2014-0003.
  6. Williams LE, Casanova FM. Hyperlexia and dyslexia in autism: hitting a moving target. Journal of Special Education and Rehabilitation 2012; 13(3-4): 39–54.
  7. Vasileva N. Diagnosis and therapy of motor disturbances in children with autism. Journal of Special Education and Rehabilitation 2012; 13(3-4): 55–68.
  8. Head NC, Hill AD, Flores M. Case study on the implementation of a video story-based intervention with self-modeling treatment package to reduce stereotypical spitting behavior in a young girl with autism. Journal of Special Education and Rehabilitation 2012; 13(3-4): 85–98.
  9. Stankova T, Trajkovski V. Attitudes and opinions of employers, employees and parents about the employment of people with autism in the Republic of Macedonia. Journal of Special Education and Rehabilitation 2010; 11(3-4): 16–30.
  10. Memisevic H, Hodzic S. The effects of equine-assisted therapy in improving the psycho-social functioning of children with autism. Journal of Special Education and Rehabilitation 2010; 11(3-4): 57–67.
  11. Mladenovska B, Trajkovski V. Opinions and attitudes of parents and students for sexual development, sexual behavior and gender identity of persons with autism in the Republic of Macedonia. Journal of Special Education and Rehabilitation 2010; 11(1-2): 7–24.
  12. Preece D. Social care support services in England for children and adults with autism spectrum disorders and their families. Journal of Special Education and Rehabilitation 2008; 9(3-4): 63–72.
  13. Singh KV. Serum analysis of amyloid beta-protein 1-40 in healthy subjects, autistic children and Alzheimer’s patients.  Journal of Special Education and Rehabilitation 2008; 9(1-2): 93–99.
  14. Casanova FM, Mott M. The Neuropathology of Autism: A Selective Review. Journal of Special Education and Rehabilitation 2006; 7(3-4): 21–35.
  15. Casanova FM, Farag A, El-Baz A, Mott M, Hassan H, Fahmi R, Switela EA. Abnormalities of the gyral window in autism: a macroscopic correlate to a putative minicolumnopathy. Journal of Special Education and Rehabilitation 2006; 7(1-2): 85–101.
  16. Trajkovski V, Vasilevska K, Ajdinski Lj, Spiroski M. Epidemiological characteristics of autism in Republic of Macedonia. Journal of Special Education and Rehabilitation 2005; 6(3-4): 25–39.
  17. Kopachev D. Neuropsychological development dynamic approach in children with autism.  Journal of Special Education and Rehabilitation 2005; 6(1-2): 5–16.
  18. Spiroski M. Immunologycal approach to the diagnosis of autism. Journal of Special Education and Rehabilitation 2005; 6(1-2): 17–26.
  19. Ajdinski Lj. Condition, organization and directions in solving the problem of people with autism in the Republic of Macedonia.  Journal of Special Education and Rehabilitation 2005; 6(1-2): 43–52.
  20. Petrova V, Petrov R. Treatment of children with autism within the group of children with mental retardation.  Journal of Special Education and Rehabilitation 2005; 6(1-2): 61–68.
  21. Lazarovska V, Dimitrovska Z. A presentation of a case of a child suffering from autism. Journal of Special Education and Rehabilitation 2005; 6(1-2): 69–74.
  22. Trajkovski EV. Innovations in therapy of autism. Journal of Special Education and Rehabilitation 2004; 5(3-4): 43–56.
  23. Singh KV. Rehabilitation of autism with immune modulation therapy. Journal of Special Education and Rehabilitation 2004; 5(3-4): 161–178.
  24. Trajkovski V. Etiology of autism. Journal of Special Education and Rehabilitation 2004; 5(1-2): 61–74.
  25. Kopachev D, Trajkovski V. Autism and tuberous sclerosis. Journal of Special Education and Rehabilitation 2000; 4(3-4): 84–89.
  26. Selakovikj M. Yeasts as a possible etiological factor of autism. Journal of Special Education and Rehabilitation 2000; 4(3-4): 96–99.
  27. Simikj JN, Golubovikj S. Evalution of the communicative behavior as a base for diagnosis and treatment planning of communicational impairments with children with autism. Journal of Special Education and Rehabilitation 2000; 4(3-4): 118–123.
  28. Trajkovski V. Autism on the internet. Journal of Special Education and Rehabilitation 2000; 4(3-4): 124–131.
  29. Trajkovski V, Spiroski M. Imunodiagnostic and immunotherapy of autism. Journal of Special Education and Rehabilitation 2000; 4(1-2): 17–21.
  30. Ajdinski Lj. Children with autism and how to organize their treatment in Republic of Macedonia. Journal of Special Education and Rehabilitation 1999; 3(3-4): 57–66.
  31. Lukic D. Autistic children protection scheme. Journal of Special Education and Rehabilitation 1998; 2(2-3): 135–144.
  32. Lakoski A. Genetic aspects of autism. Journal of Special Education and Rehabilitation 1997; 1(2): 49–55. 
Former JSER editor-in-chief

Monday, September 11, 2017

Соопштение до стручната и научната јавност

Почитувани колешки и колеги, драги пријатели
Сакам да ве информирам дека се повлекувам од позицијата главен и одговорен уредник на списанието Дефектолошка теорија и практика или во светот уште попознато како Journal of Special Education and Rehabilitation. Причините се поливалентни и не би ги образложувал тука. Подолго време размислував да го сторам ова, но големата љубов кон издавачката дејност ме спречуваше во тоа. Мислам дека 9 години главен уредник и 4 години пред тоа како заменик уредник во ваква нестимулативна средина полна со интриги, опструкции и лицемерие се повеќе од сизифовска работа. Имаше многу убави денови, посебно моментот кога ќе излезе нов број од печат. По раѓањето на моите три ќерки, излегувањето на книга/списание од печат е неверојатно чувство посебно ќе ме разберат оние лица кои работат во изадаваштвото. Сепак, ве информирам дека најпрофесионално ќе го завршам овој број 3-4, вол.18 за 2017 година и до неговото излегување од печат ќе останам на оваа позиција. Потоа на тој/таа што ќе ме наследи му посакувам многу работа и нерви за да го унапреди квалитетот на списанието. Затоа, извинете ме ако уште некое време се потпишувам како главен и одговорен уредник.
Им благодарам на сите оние кои беа мои соработници во издавачката канцеларија и редакцискиот одбор во сите овие години. од практични причини не би ги наведувал нивните имиња.
Жалам ако некого разочарав со оваа моја постапка :)
Главен и одговорен уредник на ДТП/JSER (уште малку)

Tuesday, August 15, 2017

New citations to articles in Journal of Special Education and Rehabilitation's profile

Dear colleagues,
I want to share with you two new citations of JSER articles. Here they are:

Middle School Administrator and Teacher Attitudes towards Students with Mild to Moderate Disabilities in the Inclusive Classroom
WJ Kimble II - 2017
Abstract The purpose of this study was to determine middle school administrator and teacher
attitudes towards inclusion in one local education agency (LEA) in North Carolina.
Administrators and teachers from three middle schools were surveyed to determine factors

[PDF] EFFECTS OF CLASSWIDE PEER TUTORING ON WORD ATTACK SKILLS AMONG STUDENTS WITH LEARNING DISABILITIES
MSBA Rahman, SM Al–Zoubi - European Journal of Special Education Research, 2017
Abstract This study investigated the effects of classwide peer tutoring (CWPT) on word attack
skills among students with learning disabilities (LD). The participants included 5 students
with LD in the control group and 4 students with LD in the CWPT experimental group; all of...

JSER editor-in-chief

Sunday, July 30, 2017

New citations to articles in Journal of Special Education and Rehabilitation

Dear colleagues,

I want to share newest citation of JSER article:
Noori, Z.S., & Farvardin M. T., (2016). The effect of Using Audio visual aids versus pictures of foreign language vocabulary learning of individuals with mild intellectual disability. Journal of special education and rehabilitation, 17(1–2), 16 –35. DOI: 10.19057/jser.2016.1
into this article:
[PDF] Teachers' Perceptions Regarding the Effectiveness of Audio Visual Aids at Secondary School Level
N Kakar, S Naureen
Abstract–The study was aimed to assess the Female teachers' perceptions regarding the
effectiveness and usage of Audio Visual (AV) aids at secondary school level in district
Quetta. A sample of 75 respondents from conveniently selected five girls' schools was taken...

JSER editor-in-chief

Tuesday, July 25, 2017

Autism and Equine-Assisted Interventions: A Systematic Mapping Review

Dear readers,

There is another one citation of this JSER article:
Memishevikj, H., & Hodzhikj, S. (2010). The effects of equine-assisted therapy in improving psychological functioning in children with autism. Journal of Special Education and Rehabilitation, 11(3–4), 57–67.

into impact factor (3.321) Journal of Autism and Developmental Disorders

Autism and Equine-Assisted Interventions: A Systematic Mapping Review
BCMD Peters, W Wood - Journal of Autism and Developmental Disorders, 2017
Abstract This systematic mapping review mapped current knowledge of equine-assisted
interventions for people with autism to help guide future practice and research. Thirty-three
studies including children and adolescents with autism, 3 of which confirmed diagnoses,...

Congratulations to Bosnian authors who are cited 27 times on Google Scholar.

JSER editor-in-chief