The problem of successful socialization of students with disabilities is relevant when setting priorities for the development of the educational system of Russia. In recent years, the number of students with disabilities has been steadily increasing. The aim of the study was to develop a model and a program of psychological and pedagogical support of students in the system of secondary vocational education, ensuring their personal and professional development, successful socialization in modern society. The methods of the scientific search were used. The problem field in the organization of psychological and pedagogical support of the studied category of students has been established, due to persistent health disorders that contribute to the formation of specific personality characteristics. The article presents a program of vector psychological and pedagogical support for students with disabilities and disabilities in the system of secondary vocational education, which allows to purposefully influence the development of the student's personality, and contributes to his successful socialization. The content of the program was implemented in several directions, including socio-psychological diagnostics, information and educational work and correctional and formative activities. The result of the work carried out was the formation of adequate self-esteem among students, an increase in the level of socialization. Vector psychological and pedagogical support of students with disabilities provides a comprehensive solution to problems, provided that all participants in the educational process are involved in this process. The presence of a clear program and the possibility of its implementation allows you to achieve your goals (diagnostic, adaptive, rehabilitation-forming).
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03 June 2022
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Yurechko, O. V. (2022). Vector Psychological And Pedagogical Support Of Students With Health Disorders. In & N. G. Bogachenko (Ed.), AmurCon 2021: International Scientific Conference, vol 126. European Proceedings of Social and Behavioural Sciences (pp. 1097-1106). European Publisher. https://doi.org/10.15405/epsbs.2022.06.121