Group Form Of Organization Of Independent Work Of Disabled Students

Abstract

Social and economic changes taking place in society focus on the problem of the formation of an active, creative personality. In the development of a person capable of self-development and self-realization the following qualities are of great importance as the ability to independently learn, find the necessary information, apply the gained knowledge into practice, and make decisions independently. The article considers the methodological features of group training as one of the forms of organizing the independent work of students with disabilities in the process of studying mathematics on the example of studying the course “Probability theory and mathematical statistics”.In the course of the research, didactic materials for classes and lectures and methodological recommendations for their use were developed. The theoretical basis of the study was the theory of individualization and differentiation of education of students with disabilities. On the basis of questionnaires of students and teachers, on the comparison of the volumes of studied educational material in classes, on the number of certified students, it was established that the use of a group form of work for students with health limitations allows increasing their communication, independence, contributes to the development of memory, thinking, speech, and as a result, improves the grades of students with disabilities.

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Publisher

European Publisher

First Online

25.09.2021

Doi

10.15405/epsbs.2021.09.02.77

Online ISSN

2357-1330