Developing Inclusive Higher Education in Crimea: Stages and Perspectives

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Abstract

The article reveals five stages of development of higher inclusive education in the Crimean region: monitoring, organizational, activity, coordination and renovation. At each stage of the system of training and support of students with disabilities, key areas of work, technology and content are identified. The authors singled out promising vectors for the further development of inclusive education in universities: the creation of a holistic system for the continuous education of children and youth with disabilities in educational institutions; carrying out activities to develop the social activity of students with disabilities; the development of academic mobility of students with visual, hearing and musculoskeletal disorders from different regions of the Russian Federation, taking into account the recreational potential of the Crimea. The presented long-term experience of leading scientists and experts allows to broadcast available scientific and methodical developments to other regions of the Russian Federation and foreign countries.

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Keywords: inclusive education, students with disabilities, training, support, university, higher education

Publication rubric: Psychological and Pedagogical Ideasand Practice in Inclusive Higher Education: Issues of Development

Article type: scientific article

For citation: Gluzman I.V., Yaraya T.A., Rokotyanskaya L.O. Developing Inclusive Higher Education in Crimea: Stages and Perspectives. Developing inclusive higher education: the network approach,, pp. 55–63.

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Information About the Authors

Iuliia V. Gluzman, Doctor of Education, Assistant Professor, Head of the Department of Social and Pedagogical Technologies and Pedagogy of Deviant Behavior, V.I. Vernadsky Crimean Federal University, Simferopol, Russia, e-mail: yuliya7bog@gmail.com

Tatyana A. Yaraya, PhD in Psychology, Associate Professor of the Department of Social and Pedagogical Technologies and Pedagogy of Deviant Behavior, V.I. Vernadsky Crimean Federal University, Simferopol, Russia, e-mail: tanua_yar@mail.ru

Lesya O. Rokotyanskaya, Lecturer of the Department of Social and Pedagogical Technologies and Pedagogy of Deviant Behavior, V.I. Vernadsky Crimean Federal University, Simferopol, Russia, e-mail: Lesya-19.05@inbox.ru

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