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The tasks of a correctional course of mathematics
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, firstname.lastname@example.org
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, email@example.com
The contribution, basing on an example of the process of studying higher mathematics by students with hearing diffculties, defines and examines the tasks of development and implementation of corresponding correctional course, the neccessity of which is extensively and convincingly justified in the previous contribution of the authors “The idea and justification of subject correctional courses”. In total 20 problem tasks are identified. Solution of each of them during development and implementation of a correctional course supplementing the basic course of higher mathematics studied by students with hearing difficulties and deaf students, will allow such students to reach the level of knowledge of the material which is adequate to the level of regular students.
Keywords: management, educational process, correction, defects, fluctuations, Leongard’s method, adaptation, phonematic peculiarities of perception, self-correction, motivation, concentration, basic level, prediction, informativeness, illustrativeness, self-control, stress reduction, automatism, mutual help
Column: Educational Psychology