Interactive technologies for forming professional competences of management and pedagogical teams in an inclusive organization

Viktoriia Manuilova (Russia), Ascha Guseynova (Russia), Vera Khitryuk (Russia)

This work is devoted to one of the key problems of existing Russian education: creating conditions for access to education for children with limited health capacities (LHC) and disabilities. The authors analyze in details the issues of determination and development of special (personnel, program and methodical, material and technical, organizational) conditions in educational entities of various levels of learning. The monitoring results of readiness of managerial and pedagogical teams of schools and colleges for inclusive education are presented. The monitoring was performed in schools of Moscow and vocational educational entities (colleges) implementing the programs of training qualified workers, officers, and experts of middle level in ten subjects of the Russian Federation. The following methods were applied during the monitoring: questionaries, surveys for heads of educational entities, subject teachers, supporting specialists, teachers, foremen of vocational training and parents of trainees with LHC and disabilities. According to the monitoring results, the conclusions have been made and key problems have been determined regarding provision of the educational entities with specialists skilled in professional competences in the field of inclusive education. In addition, staff deficits have been revealed in each educational entity and trends of development have been described regarding development of managerial and pedagogical teams concerning organization and implementation of inclusive education.