Application of the Integration Model in the System of Inclusive Education

Marina Järvis, Liudmyla Ivanenko, Iryna Antonenko, Tetiana Semenenko, Anu Virovere, Tetyana Barantsova


The introduction of inclusive education is an important factor in the development of society. The teacher plays special role in this context, the motivational readiness of teachers to work in an inclusive environment is important. The analysis of educational programmes showed that graduates of pedagogical majors are subject to equally high requirements for their psychological readiness to work with children with special educational needs. However, the educational components aimed at the formation of psychological readiness for the studied quality are not fully represented. Therefore, the aim of the study was to experimentally compare the motivational and value aspects of the psychological readiness of future teachers majoring in Special Education and Educational, Pedagogical Sciences to work in an inclusive educational environment. The research involved the method of T.I. Ilyina “Study of Educational Motivation in High School”, the Inclusive Education Questionnaire, V.V. Boyko’s Communicative Tolerance Test were used. Statistical analysis of the data was performed using the Mann-Whitney U-test, Fisher’s φ-test. As a result it was determined that students majoring in Special Education have a higher level of psychological readiness to work in an inclusive educational environment than students majoring in Educational, Pedagogical Sciences. To sum up, it is necessary to strengthen educational programmes for teacher training with the components of inclusive education, as well as to include inclusive-oriented topics in the general professional subjects. We consider the study of cognitive and activity aspects of psychological readiness of future teachers to work in the inclusive education as a prospect for further research.

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