Model of Distant Learning Educational Methods for the Students with Disabilities
Tatyana A. Naumova, Nadezhda I. Vytovtova, Nicholas W. Mitiukov, Teymur E. Zulfugarzade
European Journal of Contemporary Education Volume 6, Number 3, ISSN 2304-9650
The present paper represents the results of the studies done at the Udmurt State University with assistance of the Russian Humanitarian Scientific Fund (project 14-16-18004). In the course of studies e-learning educational methods for the students with special educational needs were developed, approved and implemented in educational process. Features of training and educational activity motivation, as well as attention span, time history of working efficiency and interpersonal relations, peculiar properties of logical thinking and coping behavior of the group of the students of "Law" department were revealed in the process of stating experiment. On the basis of psychology and educational features of the group under study, we developed the integrated educational methods of training matching the features of disabled students. The technology includes both traditional and innovative methods of training. During the pedagogical experiment it was proved that application of active methods of training in educational process increases educational motivation makes active informative activity and improves the interpersonal relations that positively influences the process of professional adaptation in modern society. The results received during the experiment can be used by the teachers realizing e-learning of disabled students, managers of educational sphere organizing e-learning of students.
Naumova, T.A., Vytovtova, N.I., Mitiukov, N.W. & Zulfugarzade, T.E. (2017). Model of Distant Learning Educational Methods for the Students with Disabilities. European Journal of Contemporary Education, 6(3), 565-573. Retrieved April 2, 2023 from https://www.learntechlib.org/p/189476/.
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