ISSN 2409-7616

Logachev N.V.


UDC 378


Logachev N.V.1 (Moscow, Russian Federation) –

1Moscow State University of Geodesy and Cartography

Abstract. The article provides a review of scientific literature on the problems of higher inclusive education and professional training of persons with disabilities. The results of a systematic review of dissertation research on the designated topic, an analysis of their content in relation to the subject of a certain area of pedagogical knowledge, a review of the latest scientific research by domestic and foreign authors on problems related to inclusive higher education, an analysis of scientific ideas about the essence of the principle of inclusion and its implementation in higher education system. Theoretical analysis showed that in domestic pedagogical science, issues of inclusive higher education are still considered within the framework of correctional pedagogy, aimed at developing special conditions for the education of persons with special educational needs. The idea is expressed that in modern domestic pedagogy, the idea of ​​the essence of educational inclusion is developing based on considering it as an evolutionary form of special education, which cannot guarantee the effectiveness of professional training of persons with disabilities as specialists capable of competing in the labor market with specialists without health restrictions. Based on the results of the review and analytical study, a conclusion is made about the feasibility and necessity of researching issues of inclusive vocational training for people with disabilities from the perspective of vocational education pedagogy, focused on the development of methodology and technologies for vocational training of different categories of people, with different individual personal characteristics and different life experiences. experience, combined into a common system of their professional development and professional formation.

Keywords: inclusive higher education, principle of inclusion, students with disabilities, professional training, professional development.


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For citation: Logachev N.V. Problems of higher inclusive education in modern scientific discourse: systematic review. CITISE, 2024, no. 1, pp. 530-540. DOI: