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Idea and grounds for subject correctional courses
Stanevskiy A.G., Ph.D. in Engineering, Head of the Core Research and Methodological Center for Professional Rehabilitation of Persons with Disabilities, Moscow State Technical University named after N.E. Bauman, Moscow, Russia, email@example.com
Stolyarova Z.F., Senior Lecturer of the department of rehabilitation for disabled people, Head scientific and educational center of professional rehabilitation for disabled people, Bauman Moscow State Technical University, Moscow, Russia, firstname.lastname@example.org
The contribution, basing on the analysis of interaction between subjects of educational process and classification of possible deviations of such subjects and condition of educational process from a certain idealized level, formulates and justifies the necessity of development of subject correctional courses aimed at elimination of such deviations. Detalization of possible deviations is given on the example of education of students with hearing difficulties. Basing on well-known works of Russian specialists on organization and management of the learning process, the contribution identifies six stages of formation of intellectual activity and shows which deviations of students may influence the decrease of effectiveness of the educational process on each of these stages, in particular in the course of studying mathematical disciplines. It analyzes the structure and content of a correctional course of practical classes for students with hearing difficulties which allows such students to compensate for significant deviations and adapt to conditions of subsequent education together with regular students, which has a great meaning from the point of view of social integration.
Keywords: correction, inclusive education, defects, minimization of deviations
Column: Educational Psychology