Volume 13 No 2 (2021): International Journal of Early Childhood Special Education
Inclusive Higher Education in Russia (by the Example of the Volga Federal District)
Tatyana F. Krasnopevtseva, Irina V. Vinokurova, Galina A. Paputkova, Irina F. Filchenkova, Zhanna V. Smirnova
Keywords: Inclusive Higher Education, Social and Cultural Space, Resource Centers.
The article covers the possibility of establishing resource centers in higher education institutions for teaching people with disabilities and health limitations. The implementation of the project «Monitoring, research and information support of activities provided by the regional resource centers of higher education for people with disabilities" is considered. The university has developed a model of information-analytical guidance to educate people with disabilities with the help of regional resource centers of higher education for people with health limitations. A number of measures for establishing educational activities at the university are presented. The main effect of the organized events by the resource training and methodological center is considered. It is the involvement of all participants of the process at all its levels in the problem of inclusive higher education. Priority activity areas of the resource training and methodological center of Minin University are highlighted. The results of the inclusive higher education on the base of Minin University were summed up.
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