Transylvanian Review <p>The journal publishes original papers in all areas of science, engineering and technology (Sport Sciences, Accounting, Medicine and Physics, Computer and Mathematical Sciences, law scope, Agricultural Sciences, Biological Sciences, Chemical Sciences, Engineering, Environmental Sciences, Arts and Humanities, Psychological and Educational Sciences, Statistics, Management, Economics and Financial Economics).</p> <p>Online ISSN: 1221-1249</p> <p>&nbsp;</p> en-US (Vasili Salajan) (Virgil Leone) Thu, 23 Mar 2023 16:05:20 +0300 OJS 60 Challenges Faced by Teachers of Students with Intellectual Disabilities in Primary Mainstream Schools <p>Every child has a right to education. This is one of the laws in the constitution and it empowers every child to access knowledge but it does not, however, allocate special interest to the rights of education for children with disabilities. It also does not address the challenges that teachers of such children face while trying to educate them. The teaching profession is the most valuable profession and deserves to have its challenges tackled. This paper explores the challenges that teachers face as they try to teach students who have intellectual disabilities (ID). It looks at the daily challenges of a teacher who has to teach both children with disabilities and those without. 6 groups of teachers from 6 different schools were interviewed through semi-structured interviews with the aim of drawing collective perceptions rather than personal perceptions about the challenges. The study found that most teachers had similar perceptions about the challenges that teachers face as they educate students with intellectual disabilities.</p> Faris Algahtani, Sultan Alzahrani Copyright (c) 2023 Transylvanian Review Thu, 23 Mar 2023 00:00:00 +0300 Early Signs for Detecting Students with Learning Disabilities and the Best Ways To Provide Services <p>This research aims to discuss early signs for detecting students with learning disabilities and the best ways to provide services. Every student requires different needs for developing different skills. Students with disabilities range in needs of literacy and language development, social interaction development, and attention and behavior issues. Educators in early childhood education need to carefully plan and use intervention strategies to increase productivity, motivation and develop skills that they may be lacking. Choosing a strategy needs research and data to appropriately meet the goals and needs of the child’s skills and knowledge. Progress monitoring, data gathering, and annual goals will determine if intervention strategies are working effectively for the student.</p> Sultan Alzahrani Copyright (c) 2023 Transylvanian Review Sun, 26 Mar 2023 23:50:43 +0300