Competences given to disabled students within the scope of inclusive education

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Atshybayeva Nurshat
Yegenissova Almazhai
Butabayeva Laura
Abusseitov Begakhmet
Ainur Zhorabekova
Baimukhanbetov Bagdat
Uaidullakyzy Elmira


Inclusion education is one of the subjects of great concern recently. The opinions of school administrators, counselors, teachers, enabled students, as well as disabled students, regarding the current situation of inclusive educational activities and the process for students with disabilities are needed to make inclusion study successful. This study aims to examine students' acceptance in their environment (inclusiveness) that differ from their peers for various reasons, the positive and negative experiences of classroom teachers on inclusiveness, and student-teacher interaction situations. The research, using the purposeful sampling methods, conducted the study in a primary school in Kazakhstan. In the research, the interaction, teaching practices and methods of classroom teachers for students with disabilities were examined. Observation and interview methods were used as a data collection tool, and content analysis method was used to analyze the data. With the results of the research, classroom teachers aiming to provide an atmosphere of mutual respect and love in classrooms with disabled students, are strict about classroom rules. A constructive and benevolent feeling is often given in friendship relations, and the general courses are taught using straight-through method and question-answer technique. Technology-supported trainings which are game-based and visual, as well as remarkable teacher entries have been found to affect the participation of these students. The research suggests the preparation of a curriculum enriched with content that will support an understanding of education that includes the disabled and increase awareness about inclusion.

Keywords: disability; inclusive education; special education; technology.


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Nurshat, A. ., Almazhai, Y. ., Laura, B., Begakhmet, A. ., Zhorabekova, A. ., Bagdat, B. ., & Elmira, U. . (2021). Competences given to disabled students within the scope of inclusive education. World Journal on Educational Technology: Current Issues, 13(4), 696–706.
Author Biographies

Atshybayeva Nurshat, Faculty of Pedagogy, Department of Pedagogical Technologies Caspian State University of Technologies and Engineering named after Sh. Yessenov, Kazakhstan


Butabayeva Laura, Department of special education Abai Kazakh National Pedagogical University, Kazakhstan 


Abusseitov Begakhmet, Department  of  physical  culture,  Khoja Akhmet Yassawi International Kazakh-Turkish University,  Kazakhstan