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Autism and Developmental Disorders

Publisher: Moscow State University of Psychology and Education

ISSN (printed version): 1994-1617

ISSN (online): 2413-4317


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Clinical polymorphism and variability in education of autistic children 1945


Morozov S.A.
PhD in Biology, Leading scientific worker of the Centre for Socialization and Personalization of Children Education, Federal Institute of Education Development of Presidential Russian Academy of National Economy and Public Administration, Moscow, Russia

Morozova T.I.
Special Teacher, Regional Public Charity Organization “The Society for Autistic Children Care “Dobro”, Moscow, Russia

Children with autism spectrum disorders are considered a highly heterogeneous group by clinical signs, which makes it impossible to develop a common method of correctional and educational development for them. In this article, results of an analysis of clinical, psychological and pedagogic polymorphism in autism spectrum disorders are shown, emphasized are its main components and basic consequences necessary for organizing education. Results are viewed in the context of the principle of variability in education. A dual structure of variability in education of autistic children has been discovered. Shortly reviewed are some topical problems of correctional education process for autism spectrum disorders.

Keywords: autism, autism spectrum disorders, polymorphism of autism spectrum disorders, variability in education, edu¬cation of students with autism spectrum disorders


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