Shazia Malik

Shazia Malik
Institute of Education and Research University of the Punjab · Department of Early Childhood Education

Doctor of Philosophy in Education

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Introduction
Shazia Malik currently works at the Department of Secondary Education, University of Punjab. Shazia does research in Curriculum & Instruction.

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Publications (14)
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Parental involvement, as one of the most widely researched and discussed issues. It has been characterized by a variety of meanings, definitions and frameworks. Such notions and definitions provide a foundation for solving parental involvement challenges in the education of the visually impaired learners. This study provides a literature review on...
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The purpose of this study was to explore the views and opinions of professionals (doctors, teachers, transporters) and students on the causes and consequences of terrorist attacks on the performance of. The assumption of the study was that the professionals and students have different views on this issue. A semi-structured interview schedule was us...
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The aim of this study was to observe Orientation and Mobility (O&M) with effective parental involvement within the Expanded Core Curriculum (ECC) for visually impaired learners (VILs) to make them independent in their environment in Pakistan. O&M practices have become significant as these are essential in independence and one of the main components...
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The primary purpose of the present study is to describe a detailed review of the capabilities of visually impaired learners at tertiary level from an emic view point. The information was collected from visually impaired learners, who were studying in three universities in Islamabad, Pakistan; Quaid-e-Azam University, International Islamic Universit...
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This paper examined on the role of parental involvement in orientation and mobility of visually impaired children (VIC) in Pakistan. It deals with how parents are involved in Orientation and Mobility (O&M) and how they justify their involvement in O&M for their VIC. Literature has seen that Pakistani VIC are lacking parental involvement in their O&...
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Abstract Parental involvement, as one of the most widely researched and discussed issues. It has been characterized by a variety of meanings, definitions and frameworks. Such notions and definitions provide a foundation for solving parental involvement challenges in the education of the visually impaired learners. This research discusses the parent...
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The present study endeavors to assess the impact of orientation and mobility curriculum associated with special education for visually impaired students in Pakistan. This study aims to scrutinize whether the present special education curriculum for visually impaired children would be considered effective without the involvement of orientation and m...
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The study is aimed at investigating the impact of orientation and mobility (O&M) training as a part of the special education curriculum on the social adjustment of visually impaired children. The population consisted of visually impaired children between the ages of (5-15), studying at different special education institutes in Pakistan was the asse...
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The purpose of this study was to identify the role of the special education curriculum in adjustment of physically handicapped children in society. The researcher used self developed questionnaires to collect the data about the problem under investigation. All physically handicapped children of District Lahore were constituted as target population...

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