Modeling of psychological support of persons with disabilities at the University
Journal for Educators, Teachers and Trainers,
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AbstractThe article is devoted to the description of modern approaches to modeling of psychological and
pedagogical support of persons with disabilities and disabilities in higher education. The article
presents a model of psychological and pedagogical support of students with disabilities at the main
stages of higher education, describes in detail the structural components of complex support.
The aim of the study was to develop a model of psychological and pedagogical support for persons
with disabilities and disabilities in the University. The targets, main directions and content of students
' support in the conditions of an inclusive University are defined.
The main directions of psychological and pedagogical support of persons with disabilities and
disabilities in the University are: education, diagnosis, counseling, prevention, correctional and
developmental work, research (methodological) activities, etc. The article describes in detail the content
of these areas for students with disabilities and disabilities. These directions are realized both in work
with students, and their parents, teachers of the higher school.
The modeling of psychological and pedagogical support of inclusive higher education is based on the
following principles: the principle of expansion and formation of tolerant "barrier-free" space, the
principle of subjectivity and socialization, the principle of motivation and activity, the principle of
diabolicality, the principle of variability
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