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Title: Training of future teachers of Ukraine to work in the conditions of inclusive education
Authors: Udych, Z. I.
Bibliographic description (Ukraine): Udych Z. I. Training of future teachers of Ukraine to work in the conditions of inclusive education // Pedagogical and psychological sciences: development prospects in countries of Europe at the beginning of the third millennium: collective monograph. Riga : Baltija Publishing, 2018. Vol. 1. P. 366-385
Issue Date: 2018
Publisher: Baltija Publishing
Abstract: The reform of education in Ukraine involves the introduction of an inclusive form of education. The regulatory-legal documentation regulating the inclusive process in preschool and secondary education has already been approved, and a draft law on vocational education is being drafted. On the other hand, higher education feels the lack not only of legal regulation, but also of guidelines for the implementation of vocational training, including pedagogical one, and the creation of an appropriate inclusive educational environment. Thus, there is a contradiction in the fact that institutions of higher education are not ready to ensure the society's need to provide high-quality educational services to persons with disabilities and other needs, as well as to train pedagogical staff to work in conditions of inclusion. We present an analysis of the problem of modernization of the content of higher pedagogical education in Ukraine in order to implement its inclusive aspect. We propose to consider the peculiarities of compiling an effective in the educative process manual «Fundamentals of Inclusive Education», tested during 2016-2018. As well as the peculiarity of the inclusive-resource center functioning in the system of higher education by the example of the structural unit of Ternopil Volodymyr Hnatiuk National Pedagogical University (Ukraine).
ISBN: 978-9934-571-62-6
Appears in Collections:Монографії, розділи з монографій

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