When you have the name of the journal, volume, pages, date, and title of the article, you don't need to go to the article databases to find your article. Select the Journals link.
If you were looking for the journal titled Exceptional Children, you will see that the Library has access to that journal through Academic Search Complete and several other databases for different time spans. Click on the title of the database and you will be able to get to the article.
For examples of journals for education research, refer to the lists in the Curriculum & Instruction guide and the Special Education guide. The subject list of journals that are indexed in the ERIC database is also helpful for identifying journals. Search the journal title in OneSearch to determine if the library has access.