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Terminological Abuse versus Inclusion: An Analysis of Selected Terms Used to Describe Persons with Disabilities in Luvale.
(Journal of Lexicography and Terminology, 2019-06-10)
This was a qualitative study on how some selected ‘Luvale’ words were used to negatively stereotype persons with disabilities. Eight (8) participants were purposively selected based on their experience with the ‘Luvale’ ...
Inclusive Education for Learners with Learning Disabilities in Two Selected Primary Schools of Kabwe-Zambia: A Myth or Reality
(International Journal of Humanities Social Sciences and Education (IJHSSE), 2020-01-01)
The study examined the reality of inclusive education for learners with learning disabilities in two selected primary schools of Kabwe District in Central province- Zambia. The objectives of the study were: to find out ...
Parenting and Educating Children with Autism: Lived Experiences of Lusaka Parents – Zambia.
(International Journal of Sciences: Basic and Applied Research (IJSBAR), 2019-11-22)
This study sought to establish lived experiences and roles of Lusaka parents in the education of their children with autism. The study employed the qualitative paradigm and the research design used was Phenomenology. The ...
Disablers to Academic Success of Learners with Special Education in Selected Higher Education Institutions in Zambia
(Zambian Journal of Educational Management, Administration and Leadership (ZJEMAL), 2020-08-31)
The international community is agreed that the attainment of the Sustainable Development Goal particularly number four on education is dependent on how effective inclusive education is implemented by various countries. ...
Gender differences in the knowledge of genetic disabilities and attitudes towards genetic counselling and testing in Zambia
(Journal of Educational Research on Children, Parents and Teachers, 2020-08)
In Zambia, there appears to be scarcity of information on genetic testing and counselling, and the services involved, to inform prospective parents of the need to make good decisions about having children. Literature shows ...
''Towards the Endogenous Development of Mathematics Education – Children’s Final Report on Zambia” in Iwasaki, H. Empirical Study on the Evaluation Method for International Co-operation in Maths Education in Developing Countries – Focussing on Pupils’ Learning Achievement
(The University of Zambia Press, 2019)