Psychological and Pedagogical Technologies in Working with Children with Special Educational Needs: Neuropedagogical Aspect
Keywords:Inclusive education, construct of the educational environment, special education support centers, educational support of child development, modern neurotechnologies
The topic of the article is relevant, as the education of children with special needs (OOP) is one of the most pressing and debatable problems of modern education today. The issue of education of children with disabilities becomes relevant due to the significant increase in the number of this group in society, on the one hand, and emerging new opportunities for their adaptation in society, on the other hand. The purpose of the article is to study the functioning system of special education support centers in working with children with special educational needs; familiarization with requirements for psychological and educational support for the development of a child with disabilities; psychological and pedagogical neurotechnologies in working with children with special educational needs; presentation of effective psychological and pedagogical technologies in working with children with special educational needs. As a social group of society, the children must first of all receive real conditions for obtaining quality education, starting from school, and then for obtaining professional training with further employment and adaptation in society. Changes in the school education system could affect only the content of corrective and developmental education for children with disabilities.
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