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Challenges and requirements to the efficient implementation of inclusive education in the higher school
Gavrishina Ol'ga Nikolaevna

PhD in Pedagogy

Docent, the department of UNESCO on New Information Technologies, Kemerovo State University

650000, Russia, Kemerovo, Krasnaya Street 6

Olga_gav52@mail.ru
Pevneva Inna Vladimirovna

PhD in Philology

Docent, the department of Foreign Languages, Kemerovo branch of Plekhanov Russian University of Economics

650000, Russia, Kemerovo, Kuznetsky Prospekt 39

Inna_nag@mail.ru
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Abstract.

The subject of this research is the modern status of inclusive education for students with physical disabilities in the higher school. The authors examine the key problems associated with the integrative approach to education, among which are prejudices, physical limitations to access to the educational facility, structure of the curriculum, psychological unpreparedness of pedagogues, socioeconomic factors, and lack of sponsorship. The article reviews the currently existing opportunities of application of the techniques used in educational process for the special needs students, as well as recommendations for the efficient realization of the approach to students with physical disabilities. The conclusion is made based on the example of Kemerovo State University that the development of technological and multimedia means of education alongside the remote education contribute into the advancement of inclusive system. The major problems lies in the insufficient development of specialized literature, physical and psychological peculiarities of the students, lack of preparation of the pedagogues to work within the framework of inclusive education.

Keywords: problems of inclusive education, challenges, higher education, disabled students, inclusive education, education, technology, distance education, programs, adaptation of disabled students

DOI:

10.7256/2409-8736.2017.1.21928

Article was received:

06-02-2017


Review date:

07-02-2017


Publish date:

23-04-2017


This article written in Russian. You can find full text of article in Russian here .

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