Educating Students with Disabilities Who Study at the University

Larisa V. Godovnikova, Aleksandra S. Gerasimova, Yana V. Galchun, Victoria I. Orekhova


In this article the authors aim to analyze the ways of educating students with disabilities. Research activities at the university are the main type of educational and professional activities for students. Students with disabilities have difficulties in organizing research activities. Students have difficulties in self-regulation, their goals in research activities related to internal well-being. The communicative orientation is a leading emotional focus in research activities, and the motivation for research activities reduced. We have developed and implemented a program of training, which allowed us to develop the components of self-organization of research activities for students with disabilities. The development of such personal characteristics as self-regulation of behavior and emotional orientation positively influence the motivation of research activities among students with disabilities.

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