Psychological and pedagogical support of students of inclusive groups
The purpose of the seminar is to reveal the organizational and methodological foundations of psychological and pedagogical support of children with special educational needs in educational institutions of the Republic of Kazakhstan.
In the entire civilized world, society came to understand that, in accordance with the universal morality and the requirement of social justice, the discrimination of children in education is unacceptable.
The concept of “inclusive education” was formed from the belief that education is the main human right and that it creates the basis for a more equitable society. All students have the right to education, regardless of their individual qualities or problems.
The world community, guided by the principle of equality of the rights of all people, regardless of their racial, ethnic, sexual, physical, mental, and other differences, was consolidated in the UN international legal acts of the basic principles of inclusive education.
“Inclusive education is a continuous process for the development of general education, aimed at ensuring high-quality education for all, taking into account diversity, different needs and abilities, characteristics and expectations in learning students and communities, eliminating all forms of discrimination” (UNESCO 2008).