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Development Mechanism for Higher Inclusive Education for Persons with Hearing Impaired 140
Stanevskiy A.G., PhD 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
Khrapylina L.P., Doctor of Economics, Professor, Chair of Work and Social Politics, Institute of Public Administration and Civil Service, Russian Presidential Academy of National Economy and Public Administration, Moscow, Russia, email@example.com
Vinokurov A.S., Director, High School of Sports Management, Financial University under the government of Russian Federation, Moscow, Russia, firstname.lastname@example.org
The article presents the theoretical aspects of modern inclusive education, which is considered as the most important component of the comprehensive rehabilitation of a disabled person, including professional rehabilitation, and as a tool for developing a disabled person's sustainable skills of socialization, communication, spiritual, moral and social attitudes, a sense of confidence in life. In this context, the current problems of the development of higher inclusive education for people with hearing impairment are analyzed and promising ways to solve them, taking into account the specifics of the formation of an inclusive environment and inclusive communities for this category of students in universities, are identified. The experience of BMSTU the training of engineering personnel from among these persons in the conditions of inclusive education and the accompanying development of an inclusive environment in various spheres of life related to the process of studying at a university. The results of scientific research and analysis of the above experience are presented, which convincingly prove the effectiveness of using flexible approaches to the development of inclusive education, taking into account educational needs and their best satisfaction for specific students. The mechanism of the development of higher inclusive education for people with hearing impairments is described, innovative technologies for the organizational and methodological support of inclusive education at the university, used at BMSTU.
Keywords: higher inclusive education, a disabled person, inclusive education, an inclusive environment, comprehensive rehabilitation of a disabled person, a person with disabilities, educational needs, a student with hearing disabilities, a student with disabilities.