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The Innovation in Special Education is the key to increase access and engagement for persons with disabilities to function in all aspects of life and most importantly in the education aspects of children with disabilities. Innovation in pedagogical and education methods and techniques would significantly impact the lives and increase the success rate for children with disabilities to experience education contexts that are meaningful. Within this contention, the 3rd ICSE Conference would provide the opportunity, space and a spectrum of perspectives for educators and those involved in education especially in the field of Special Education to share, discuss and further developing actions that would enhance the lives of children with disabilities through innovations that transform the landscape of Special Education. New methods in teaching and learning, development of assistive devices, ICT applied teaching gadget and use of cyber learning give students with disabilities transformative perspectives of their own learning capacity and heightened awareness of their capabilities to be successful in their lives. Current development and research-based practices and models of innovation in teaching and learning as well as best practices will be disseminated in this conference.
The 3rd ICSE 2019 theme is “Elevating Innovation for Sustainable Development of Special Needs Education” and is presented together with 17 subthemes
Addressing access must be given priority and emphasis by addressing opportunities and barriers such as diverse learners needs, designing and implementing accommodative curriculum suited to the needs of children and responsive curriculum strategies in teaching and learning. The SEAMEO 7 Priority Areas; 1) Early Childhood Care and Education, 2) Addressing Barriers to Inclusion, 3) Resiliency in the Face of Emergencies, 4) Promoting Technical and Vocational Education and Training (TVET), 5) Revitalizing Teacher Education, 6) Promoting Harmonization and Higher Education and Research and 7) Adopting the 21st Century Curriculum form the basis for this conference. The conference reflects the initiative of SEAMEO SEN to support the EDUCATION 2030 agenda that is committed to provide education for all.
Teachers, educators, stakeholders, NGOs, Persons with Disabilities, parents, students, researchers, special education providers, policy makers, officials of Ministries of Education, Ministries of Health, Ministries of Social and Welfare and interested individuals.
Dear presenters and participants of ICSE 2019
Greetings from SEAMEO SEN
Praise to the Al-Mighty through His blessing and grace, we are able to organize the 3rd International Conference on Special Education (ICSE) 2019. The ICSE 2019 proceeding is the third proceeding to be published and act as a continuation of the 2nd International Conference on Special Education Proceedings. The papers in this proceeding are evidence of research-based practices that will contribute to the building of knowledge and expertise of Special Education teachers in this region and beyond. SEAMEO SEN is committed to its vision and mission as a leading centre of excellence in Special Education in this region. This conference is a definitive effort and hard work by SEAMEO SEN to present opportunities and platforms for convergence of discussion and current ideas in Special Education to all its attendees. The papers published in this proceeding are papers that are written and documented based on the sub themes of the conference which are mainly focused on inclusive education, innovations in Special Education and also on best practices in all areas of Special Education. On behalf of the reviewing committee team ICSE 2019, I would like to extend my appreciative note to the presenters who have contributed to the papers in this proceeding. The papers explicated and documented are very valuable to all Special Education educators in this region and for all educators worldwide. With the publication of this proceeding the papers published will be used as reference and source of information for educators. I am also extending my utmost appreciation to the experts of the reviewing team, the technical writers and the whole team from SEAMEO SEN for the publication of this proceeding. Much effort, time and technical work have been invested to ensure the proceeding, will be published with standard and quality. I am sure our effort will be appreciated by the end users of this proceeding. I wish all the presenters and writers the best of luck in their future undertakings. Working within the Special Education field in the 21st century is indeed very challenging. The papers documented in this proceeding is the evidence of passion and love that we have for the betterment of our children with Special Education Needs. May all of us continue to work harder and become more resilient in our endeavour to champion the cause for our Special Children in this region. Together, we strive for excellence. Mdm. Hjh. Salmah binti Jopri Director SEAMEO Regional Centre For Special Education (SEAMEO SEN)
Putri Nindya Agustin, Marshel Muhamad Farhan, Yuli Insyirah, Dea Marlis Apriliani & Sisriadini Alamsyah Sidiq
Desty Ariesandy, Siti Hidayati Nur, Nurbaeti & Dedi Mulia M. Pd
M Jefri Maulana, Andi Suntoda & Suherman Slamet
Lee Tze Kie, Norashikin Jasmon & Mohd. Rosman Salubin
Murniati Romadhoni Sukmady, Siti Asiah Rohmah, Tri Fitria Ningsih, Muhammad Harkat Hardi Miharja & Ratih Listyaningtyas, M.Pd
Zandra Zarate-Paruginog, Ed.D, Paquito A. Figuero, JR
Nur Rawaidah Rahmat
Ummu Hani Binti Yusof & Fazlilawati Binti Fadzil
Dr Arlene I. Niro & Dr. Jupiter L. Petilla
Khalisha Aulia Ningrum & Dr Musjafak Assjari M.Pd
Eris Risnawati & Dr. Sunardi, M.Pd
Meilia Ariviantty & Yuyus Suherman
Siti Luthfah & Dr Sunardi
Serista Silnya Joste & Diana Permata Sari, S.Psi, M.Sc
Mohd Farizan bin Mohd Saad@Zakaria
Renny Fitriana Agustien & Sunardi
Nancy William Awet & Andrew Jeremy Kabay
Mohamed Ayob Bin Sukani & Arfah Binti Hj Abd Karim
Siti Rohani Abdul Samat, Norasmahani Md Basri & Dr. Johari Talib
Chia Jong Huey
Hoerunnisa Azzaqiah & Dr. Musjafak Assjari M.Pd
Hoe Sin Ling
Farahdiba Binti Mohd Said, Mohamad Hamdan Bin Abdul Ghani, Siti Suhaila Binti Samian
SR Hadiati, SD Kirana, T Maknun, NI Rosyadah, HW Puspitasari, A Meilinawati & RNRP Gofur
Yosefina Nurmalita Darajati & Diana Permata Sari, S.Psi., M.Sc.