Editorial Office

Editor-in-Chief: Vladimir Trajkovski
   
Deputy Editor:                       Olivera Rashikj-Canevska
   
Technical Secretary: Filip Jurtoski
Manuscript Editor: Srgjan Savikj
Electronic Publishing: Gjorgji Madjarov
Gjorgji Pop-Gjorgjiev
Lector for Macedonian: Makedonka Bubevska
Translator to and from English language               Filip Jurtoski
Lector for English:  Ron Fortuna

                  

 Editorial Office:

Institute of Special Education and Rehabilitation,
Faculty of Philosophy, University "Ss Kiril and Metodij",
Blvd. Goce Delchev 9A,
1000 Skopje, Republic of Macedonia.
Telephone: +389-2-3116-520 (Ext. 234)
Telefax: +389-2-3118-143
e-mail: jser@fzf.ukim.edu.mk
URL: http://jser.fzf.ukim.edu.mk

 

altVladimir Trajkovski, MD, PhD - EDITOR IN CHIEF
Institute of Special Education and Rehabilitation, Faculty of Philosophy, University "Ss Kiril and Metodij", Skopje, Republic of Macedonia.
Email: vladotra@fzf.ukim.edu.mk

Dr. Vladimir Trajkovski was born in Skopje in 1968. He is the Editor-in-Chief of the Journal of Special Education and Rehabilitation. He is a graduate of the Skopje Faculty of Medicine in 1994, where he later obtained his M.Sc. (1999). He obtained PhD degree in 2002 on the Faculty of Philosophy. He is the president of Macedonian Scientific Society for Autism and organizer of first international student’s special educational seminar in Balkan countries in 1999. He introduced subject Autism in the postgraduate curricula at the Faculty of Philosophy. His research interest is genetic and physiological aspects of autism spectrum disorders, but he has also published in the fields of human genetics and medical basis of disability.  He was head of educational-scientific board of postgraduate studies at Institute of Special Education and Rehabilitation from October 2009 until September 2013. He is an active member of the Autism Europe, member of the European Association of Service Providers for People with disabilities, member of the International Association for the Scientific Study of Intellectual Disabilities. He is a consulting editor for Journal of Policy and Practice in Intellectual Disabilities, associate editor for Bulgarian Journal of Communication Disorders, associate editor for Croatian Review of Rehabilitation Research, consulting editor for Insights on Learning Disabilities, senior editor of Journal of Evolution of Medical and Dental Sciences, member of editorial board of Belgrade Special Education School. He takes a part in international projects such as: “Tolerance and Acceptance” by EASPD, “Europe is a place to live” by EASPD, “In FOCUS” by TEMPUS programme, “Common voice network project” by Hand in Hand. He has about 70 articles published in domestic and international journals and 6 handbooks as well. 

 

altOlivera Rashikj-Canevska, PhD – Secretary
Institute of Special Education and Rehabilitation, Faculty of Philosophy, University "Ss Kiril and Metodij", Skopje, Republic of Macedonia.

Email: oliverarasic@yahoo.com

Dr. Olivera Rashikj was born in Skopje in 1984. She is the Technical secretary of the Journal of Special Education and Rehabilitation. She is a graduate of the Skopje Faculty of Philosophy, Institute for Special Education and Rehabilitation in 2006, where she later obtained her M.Sc. (2009). She is member of the Commission for professional accomplishment and organization of the scientific meetings of Macedonian Association of Special Educators and Rehabilitates. She works as proctor-demonstrator providing exercises of physiology and functional anatomy and of methodic of working with persons with physical impairments. In 2005 year she participated in an European TEMPUS InFOCUS-project of student exchange in Germany and Netherlands, also participated in 3-days Workshop for Human Interaction in Arnhem, Netherlands. In 2007 she participated at The Second International Congress of Students of Rehabilitation of the Faculty of Education and Rehabilitation Sciences, also participated at the seminar for educating the volunteers for Special Olympics trainers. In 2008 she was member of the organization board (contact person) at the time of organization of the international conference because of “15 years of existence of the Institute for Special Education and Rehabilitation at the Faculty of Philosophy-Skopje”.                           

 

Ana PetkovskaFilip Jurtoski – translator and interpreter to and from English language

Institute of Special Education and Rehabilitation, Faculty of Philosophy, University "Ss Kiril and Metodij", Skopje, Republic of Macedonia.

Email: filip_jurtoski@hotmail.com

Filip Jurtoski was born in Prilep in 1992. From Ocober 2015 he is the new technical secretary of the Journal of Special Education and Rehabilitation. He has graduated in Skopje at the Faculty of Philosophy, Institute for Special Education and Rehabilitation in 2014 on the title „Disturbances of the motor abilities with children with autism“ with an average of 9.49 under the mentorship of Prof. Dr. Vladimir Trajkovski.  He has studied English language since 1998 and has excellent writing, understanding and speaking skills in English. After his graduation he continues his Master studies at the Faculty of Philosophy, Institute for Special Education and Rehabilitation at the cathedra for Intellectual Disability and Autism. From December 2014 he is chosen as the new secretary of the Macedonian Scientific Society for Autism. From 2014 he works with children with special needs in regular schools by providing a better inclusive practice for the children.

 

 

Makedonka Bubevska – higher advisor for language editing and lectoring, Vocational education and training centre, Skopje, Republic of Macedonia

Email: macedonkadicoska@yahoo.com

Makedonka Bubevska was born in Skopje in 1977. She finished primary and secondary school in Skopje and graduated from the Faculty of Philology „Blazhe Koneski“, Department for Macedonian language in Skopje in 2006. Since then, she works as a certified proofreader in different magazines and specialized papers, master thesis from many different areas. From 2009 she works as a higher advisor for language editing and lecturing - Vocational education and training centre, Skopje and proofreading any type documents, materials, monography, curricula, standards and many documents in education area.

 

 

 

Ron Fortuna, MA - English Language Copy Editor

Autism Consultant and Company Director of Target Autism Training and Consultancy Ltd

Email: targetautism@gmail.com

Ron Fortuna was born in Detroit, USA in 1964. He is a graduate of the University of South Florida in Tampa, USA. He participated in the Japan Exchange and Teaching Programme (an initiative of the Japanese Ministry of Education) for two years, teaching in Kyoto, Japan. Ron has over 25 years of experience teaching, training and supporting staff and young people in both mainstream and specialist settings in Japan, the USA and the UK. In 2014, he obtained his MA in Special Educational Needs and Inclusion from the University of Northampton in the UK. He formerly worked as an advisory teacher for Northamptonshire County Council’s Autistic Spectrum Team. He was the recipient of the 2008 Walter Hines Page Scholarship from the English Speaking Union, allowing him the opportunity to study social skills training methods for children with autism in the USA. He has been an Associate Lecturer for the University of Northampton and was a contributing author to Supporting Pupils on the Autism Spectrum: Whole-school training materials and resources for Sencos by Optimus Publishing (2013). He has been published in the journal Support for Learning, and The Teacher magazine. Ron has been based in the UK since 1991. Since 2012, he has worked as an Autism Consultant and Company Director of Target Autism Training and Consultancy Ltd. Ron is involved in developing and conducting training for parents, schools, adult care homes and social workers. Additionally, he provides a consultation service to schools and assists professionals in assessing children for autism. He has been involved in parent autism training in Macedonia and Croatia through the ESIPP Programme (www.esipp.eu).

 

Yan Liu, PhD – STATISTICAL EDITOR

Department of Educational Leadership, Policy, and Instructional Technology, Central Connecticut State University, US.

Email: yanliu@ccsu.edu

Dr. Yan Liu is an assistant professor in Department of Educational Leadership, Policy, and Instructional Technology at Central Connecticut State University in the US. She earned her dual Ph.D. degree in K-12 Educational Administration and Educational Policy from Michigan State University in the US. Her research curiosities center on effective K-12 educational leadership and the impact on teaching and learning through an international comparative lens. She has had a particular interest in delving into the functional aspects of educational leadership as a shared asset by the principal, teachers as well as the community, and the use of data in promoting school improvement. In general, she is very interested in investigating how the social context of the school, implementation of educational policies and the expertise possessed by the personnel within the school interactively outline the manifestation of educational leadership, and ultimately impact educational outcomes. She is particularly proficient in applying advanced quantitative methods including multi-level linear model, multi-level structural equation model, and growth model, etc. to analyze the large-scale international data like TIMSS and TALIS to compare the school management, leadership, operation and the association between these manifests and the school outcomes.

 

gjorgji.madjarov.jpgGjorgji Madjarov, PhD - Web support specialist

Department of Software Engineering, Faculty of Computer Science and Engineering, University "Ss Kiril and Metodij", Skopje, Republic of Macedonia.

Email: gjorgji.madjarov@gmail.com

Dr. Gjorgji Madjarov was born in Veles in 1984. He is the web support specialist of the Journal of Special Education and Rehabilitation. He received his Ph.D. degree in Computer Science from the Faculty of Computer Science and Engineering, University "Ss. Cyril and Methodius" - Skopje in 2012. At present he is an assistant professor at the Faculty of Computer Science and Engineering. His fields of interest include software engineering, artificial intelligence and pattern recognition. 

 

 

Gjorgji Pop-GjorgjievGjorgji Pop-Gjorgjiev - Web support specialist

Email: popgjorgjiev@gmail.com

Gjorgji Pop-Gjorgjiev was born in Berovo in 1984. He is the web support specialist of the Journal of Special Education and Rehabilitation. His working experience consist of system administrator at BrandName (Skopje, MK), Printex LTD (Skopje, mk) and as web developer at Virtuvio (Skopje, MK). 

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