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International Education Studies, v9 n10 p216-230 2016

This study aims to highlight the importance of early intervention as to intellectual disabled children, level of its availability through the point of view generated from workers in Intellectual disability centers at Ma'an-Jordan. Moreover, we shall discuss herein the differences that carry statistical significance in early intervention services offered for intellectual disabled children that may be attributed to variables of gender, experience, qualification, specialty and center location. The study sample has been formed from all workers at centers derived from the Ministry of Social development that offers its services to the intellectual disabled children, totaled at 44 (13 males and 31 females). In order to achieve the study aim, the researcher developed the study tool represented by a questionnaire consisting of two scopes; Importance of early intervention and its availability level, of 37 items. After confirming the tool stability and accuracy it has been applied on the study sample, then data was collected. We employed statistical methods; Pearson correlation coefficients, SMAs, Standard deviations and analyzing the multiple contrast. The outcomes refer that the early intervention services importance is extremely high, and its availability is also at good level in the intellectual disability centers at Ma'an city. There were not differences of statistical significance at 0.5 level as to early intervention services importance offered for intellectual disabled children which are attributed to variables; gender, experience, qualification, specialty and center location. On the other hand, it was noticed the absence of differences of statistical significance at the level of early intervention services offered for intellectual disabled children that may be attributed to variables; gender, experience, qualification and specialty. While we noticed that there are differences of statistical significance as to the location variable. On the light of the generated outcomes we presented herein guiding and educational instructions in that regard.

Descriptors: Foreign Countries, Early Intervention, Intellectual Disability, Gender Differences, Experience, Teacher Qualifications, Specialists, Special Schools, Children, Questionnaires, Statistical Analysis, Multivariate Analysis

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Author: Almsbhieen, Moneera Meheel

Source: https://eric.ed.gov/?q=a&ft=on&ff1=dtySince_1992&pg=4537&id=EJ1116023



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