Ibrahim Qaryouti Emad Alghazo Moayyad Homidi

Abstract

This study aimed at evaluating the effectiveness of special education classrooms in the United Arab Emirates from the view point of teachers. The sample of the study consisted of 132 teachers (male = 25; female= 107). An instrument was designed by the researchers to evaluate the effectiveness of special education classes, which consisted of 57 items in five areas; environment; assessment; faculty members; collaboration, and programs. The results indicated that the effectiveness of special education classes was 66%. The results also showed no significant differences between male and female teachers on their view-points of the effectiveness of special education classes. Also, there was no significant difference between teachers based on their years of experience. However, there were significant differences between the first and the third area; the second and the third area; the third and the fourth area; the second and the fifth area and the third and fifth area.

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Keywords

Education

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How to Cite
Qaryouti إبراهيم, Alghazo عماد محمد, and Homidi مؤيد. 2004. “Evaluating the Effectiveness of Special Education Classes in the United Arab Emirates”. Journal of Educational Sciences 6 (6). https://journals.qu.edu.qa/index.php/jes/article/view/942.
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