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VOLUME 11 ISSUE 12 2019-SP-1


1. Digital Skills of the Teacher Educators of North-East India
    R.KarpagaKumaravel, Rajesh Babu Pammi; Central University of Tamilnadu, Thiruvarur-610005
    B.Padma; Madurai Kamaraj University, Madurai-620021

    Page No: 1-6



2. Towards Enhancing the Reading achievement of the Learners
    B.Padma; Madurai Kamaraj University, Madurai-620021

    Page No: 7-12



3. Non-Verbal Learning Disability: Causes, Signs & Symptoms, Effects, Diagnosis, Intervention and Support from Professionals, Parents, Schools &

    Dr. A. Srinivasacharlu; New Horizon College of Education (Aided) 100 Feet Road, Indiranagar, Bangalore–560 008, Karnataka State, India

    Page No: 13-21



4. Effect of Neuropsychological Rehabilitation on Child with Specific Learning Disability - A Case Study
    M. Manikandan, Dr. K. NithyaManoj MD., DPMR.; Neuro Foundation, Salem.

    Page No: 22-38



5. Language Problems of Learning Disabled Children
    Dr. P. Subramanian; Tamil Nadu Teachers Education University, Karapakkam, Chennai – 600 097.
    Dr.P.Muthukumar; Padhmavani College of Education, Salem – 636011

    Page No: 39-42



6. Mental Health and Performance of Secondary School Students in Tamil Nadu
    Dr.K.Vellaichamy; Madurai Kamaraj University,Madurai-625 021

    Page No: 43-50



7. Parental Involvement and Academic Achievement among Coastal Area Higher Secondary Students in Tamil Nadu
    Dr.C.Subbulakshmi; Madurai Kamaraj University,Madurai-625 021.

    Page No: 51-58



8. Promoting Intellectual Quality in Teaching Science among D.EL.ED. Students
    V.Suganya; District Institute of Education and Training, Uthamacholapuram, Salem District

    Page No: 59-66



9. Effect of Advanced Organiser Model on Slow Learners in Concepts of Physical Science
    Dr. Manjula H.S; New Horizon College of Education, Indiranagar Bangalore.

    Page No: 67-73



10. Brain Based Learning- A New Exemplar of Teaching
      Dr. A. Balamallika Devi; Shakthi Kailash College of Education for Women, Salem-03

      Page No: 74-79



11. Awareness on Vocational Opportunities for Special Children among Parents in Madurai City
      Dr.M.Maruthavanan; Thiagarjar College of Preceptos, Madurai

      Page No: 80-84



12. Social Media on Adolescentsin the Digital World
      Dr. S. Kalaivani, G. Jayavel; Annamalai University, Annamalai Nagar-608 002

      Page No: 85-91



13. Effectiveness of ICT with Special Reference to Tab in Learning Among Primary Intellectual Disability School Students
      Dr.K.Prema; Bharathiar University, Coimbatore.
      Dr.V.Nareshkumar; Block Resource Centre (SSA), Nambiyur block, Erode.

      Page No: 92-97



14. Work Motivation among High School Teachers in Palakkad District
      Dr. A. Sivakumar; KSR College of Education, Tiruchengode.
      Prof. G. Singaravelu; Bharathiar University

      Page No: 98-106



15. Effect of Videos from Social Media on Educational Psychology Achievement between Biological Science and Mathematics B.Ed. Teacher Trainees
      Dr.A.Pushpavalli; Swaminathan Saraswathi College of education for women,Salem.

      Page No: 107-114



16. A Clinical Study on Identification, Assessment and Management of School Children with Dyslexia
      Siju.V., Sugathan N.V., Murugan M; Sarada Krishna Homoeopathic Medical College, Kulasekharam, Kanniyakumari.

      Page No: 115-124



17. Role of Information & Communication Technology (ICT) in Language Development
      Dr. Sudhir Sudam Kaware; Guru Ghasidas Vishwavidyalaya (A Central University), Bilaspur, Chhattisgarh

      Page No: 125-130



18. Social Media and Cognitive Skills
      Dr.K.Saileela, K.Jayaprakash; Annamalai University

      Page No: 131-134



19. A New Pedagogy of Learning Disabled Children
      A. Vasudevan; Sri Chandrasekharendra Saraswathi Viswa Mahavidyalaya, Enathur, Kanchipuram.

      Page No: 135-142



20. Social Media on Business Education
      Dr. C. Muralikumaran; Raja DuraisingamGovernment Arts College
      G. Jayavel; Annamalai University, Annamalai Nagar-608 002

      Page No: 143-147



21. Brain Dominance among High School Teachers in Madurai District
      Dr. Shirley Moral. C; Madurai Kamaraj University, Madurai-21.

      Page No: 148-153



22. Brain Hemisphericity and Mathematical Problem Solving Ability of Eleventh Standard Students in Chennai, TamilNadu
      Dr. J. Johnsi Priya; Meston College of Education,Chennai – 14.

      Page No: 154-161



23. Developing Mathematical Problem Solving Performance Using different Metacognitive Ways : A Review
      R. Rajkuamr, Dr. G. Hema; Periyar University, Salem-636011, Tamil Nadu.

      Page No: 162-171



24. Phonological Assessment – Effective Practices in Assessment and Intervention for Dyslexia
      K.Mathivadanan; Periyar University, Salem – 11

      Page No: 172-178



25. Primary School Teacher’s View on Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorders: Regarding to Special reference in Salem District
      P. Nagasharmila, Dr. G. Hema; Periyar University, Salem -11

      Page No: 179-186



26. Mnemonics: Assisting Students with Developmental Disabilities
      S.Gandhi, Dr. G. Hema; Periyar University, Salem,TamilNadu.

      Page No: 187-194



27. Dyscalculic Brian
      R. Raj Kumar, Dr. G. Hema; Periyar University, Salem – 636 011

      Page No: 195-201



28. Cognition and Emotional Aspects of Prospective Science Teachers
      K.Sathya; MahendraCollege ofEducation, Salem - 106 

      Page No: 202-210



29. Importance of Dyscalculia Screener for Diagnosing Students with Dyscalculia at Primary School Level
      A.AdaikalaJeya, Dr. A. Pio Albina; Alagappa University College of Education, Alagappa University,Karaikudi-630 003,Tamil Nadu.

      Page No: 211-219



30. Awareness on Online Learning among Undergraduate Chemistry Students
      D. Rajeswari, Dr. R. Ramesh; Periyar University, Salem

      Page No: 220-228



31. Memory in Normal and Students with Learning Disability: A Study
      Jyoti D. Meshram, Dr. Rajshree Vaishnav; R.T.M.N. University, Nagpur.

      Page No: 229-234



32. Important Method to Develop Learning Style and Memory
      ThahirunnishaBegam. N, Dr. G.Hema; Periyar University.

      Page No: 235-243



33. A Comparative Study of Frustration among Adolescent Boys and Girls in Relation to Certain Cognitive and Non-Cognitive Attribute
      P.J. ESWARI; Annamalai University

      Page No: 244-250



34. Social Cognition and Environmental Cognition
      P. Rajeshwari, Dr. A. Michael J Leo; St. Xavier’s College of Education (Autonomous)Palayamkottai

      Page No: 251-255



35. Impact of Information and Communication Technology in Cognition
      S. Durgadevi, R. Gomathi; Annamalai University, Annamlai Nagar – 608002.

      Page No: 256-267



36. Stakeholders’ Motivation of Success Students in Scholarship Examination among Secondary Level at Salem District
      P.Selvi, Dr.M.Vakkil; Periyar University, Salem-11, Tamil Nadu, India.

      Page No: 268-274



37. Attitude of Research Scholars towards Plagiarism
      Kannan, M.; Gnanamani College of Education, A.K.Samuthiram, Pachal, Namakkal
      Dr. Hema, G.; Periyar University, Salem-11

      Page No: 275-281



      M. Raghavendran, Dr.A. Jahitha Begum; The Gandhigram Rural Institute- Deemed to be University, Gandhigram, Dindigul- 624 302. Tamil Nadu.

      Page No: 282-288



39. Teaching Aptitude of Secondary Student Teachers in Salem District
      S.Murugan, Dr.G.Hema; Periyar University,Salem – 11

      Page No: 289-294



40. Relationship between Teaching Competency and Personality Traits of B.Ed., Trainees
      G. Jayavel, Dr.S.Kalaivani; Annamalai University, Annamalainagar, Tamilnadu in India.

      Page No: 295-303



41. Content Based Instruction and Learning Development of Dyslexia Students
      Kokila. N; Sri Sarada College of Education (Autonomous), Salem-16

      Page No: 304-309



42. A Study on Scientific Attitude of High School Students in Relation to Classroom Cognitive Behavior and School Scientific Activities
      M. JEEVA, Dr. T. MANICKAVASAGAN; Aannamalai University.

      Page No: 310-315



43. Does Cognitive Strategies Instruction Enhance Student’s Academic Performance? A Systematic Review
      Devendiran G, Dr. G. Hema; Periyar University, Salem-11, TN, India.

      Page No: 316-321



44. Role of Yogic Techniques on Self-Regulated Learning
      Srilakshmidevi. B; Centre for Yoga Studies, Annamalai University

      Page No: 322-328



45. Influence of Super Brain Yoga among Learning DisabilityAdolescents
      B.Yamuna, Dr. R.VidhyaSree; Centre for yoga studies, Annamalai University, Chidambaram

      Page No: 329-333



46. Analysing the Role of Optional Subject towards Vocational Development of Children with Learning Disability in Goa
      Saish S. NayakDalal; Dr. Dada Vaidya college of Education, Ponda, Goa, Affiliated to Goa University, Goa, India

      Page No: 334-339



47. Impact of Yoga Intervention Programme on Emotional Stability among Undergraduate Students
      Amutha. K, Dr. G. Hema; PeriyarUniversity, Salem.

      Page No: 340-347



48. The Use of ICT for Secondary Level Students with Special Needs
      M. Malathy, Dr. P. N. Nataraj; Annamalai University

      Page No: 348-353



49. A Study on Learning Disability in English Language Diagnosis of IX Standard Students in Kalvarayan Hills
      R. Rajeshkannan, Dr. V. Ambedkar; Annamalai University.

      Page No: 354-359



50. Behavioural Problems of Children with Dyslexia
      D.Vanitha, Dr. V. Sasikala; Manonmaniam Sundaranar University, Tirunelveli.

      Page No: 360-366



51. Technology for Cognitive Development
      J. VinothaJeyakumari, B. William Dharma Raja; ManonmaniamSundaranar University, Tirunelveli-627012, Tamilnadu.

      Page No: 367-372



52. Implementation of Stem Education Through Universal Design for Learning: Beneficiary for Learning Disabled Learners
      Noufal P1, Paily M U; Regional Institute of Education, Mysore, 570006

      Page No: 373-379



53. The Impact of Inclusive Education on Children with Special Needs in Warangal Dist. Telangana - A Case Study
      K. Veeraswamy; Tamil Nadu Teachers Education University, Chennai

      Page No: 380-389



54. The Basic Science Behind the Practice for Mindfulness
      J. Vinitha, Dr. A. Veliappan; Manonmaniam Sundaranar University, Tirunelveli, Tamilnadu.

      Page No: 390-394