Organization of inclusive education for schoolchildren with special needs in modern school practice



Palabras clave:

Inclusion, inclusive education; children with special educational needs, socialization of children, educational needs, inclusive classroom.


In the article, the features of the organization of the educational process for pupils with special needs, the involvement of a wide range of educational services to improve academic achievement, and the development of the child's personality are considered. The article aims to identify the content, main criteria, and algorithms for organizing inclusive education for pupils with special needs. The attitudes of parents, educators, and social workers to the proposed system of inclusive education are revealed.  The result of the work is an algorithm for introducing inclusive education, determining its effectiveness, and a positive assessment of the system's effectiveness by parents, social workers, and educators (11%, 13%, and 15%, respectively). In this context, it is promising to research and design specific examples of the organization of inclusive education management systems.

Biografía del autor/a

Zhanna Verovkina, Kyiv Secondary school № 4, Ukraine.

Principal, Candidate of Pedagogical Sciences, Kyiv Secondary school № 4, Ukraine.

Iryna Martsinovska, Kamenets-Podolsky National Ivan Ogienko University, Ukraine.

Teaching Fellow at the Special and Inclusive Education Department, PhD in pedagogical sciences, faculty of special education, psychology and social work, Kamenets-Podolsky National Ivan Ogienko University, Ukraine.

Halyna Vasylieva , National Pedagogical Dragomanov University, Ukraine.

Associate professor of the department of management and innovative technologies of sociocultural activity, Candidate of Pedagogical Sciences, Educational and Scientific Institute of Public Management and Administration, department of management and innovative technologies of sociocultural activity, National Pedagogical Dragomanov University, Ukraine.

Natalia Savinova, Kharkiv Humanitarian Pedagogical Academy, Ukraine.

Doctor of Pedagogical Sciences, Рrofessor of the Department of Special Pedagogy and Psychology and Inclusive Education, Kharkiv Humanitarian Pedagogical Academy, Ukraine.

Lesia Chopyk , Public Higher Educational Establishment «Vinnytsia Academy of Continuing Education», Ukraine.

Senior lecturer, Philosophy Doctor in Pedagogics, Department of Psychology, Public Higher Educational Establishment «Vinnytsia Academy of Continuing Education», Ukraine.


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Cómo citar

Verovkina, Z. . ., Martsinovska, I. . ., Vasylieva , H., Savinova, N. . ., & Chopyk , L. . (2023). Organization of inclusive education for schoolchildren with special needs in modern school practice. Revista Eduweb, 17(2), 54–65.




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