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The ratio of students of higher educational institutions for joint training with disabled people

[Speaker] Zulfiya, Movkebayeva A:1
[Co-author] Beisenova, Aitolkyn B:1, Mazhinov, Bagdat M:1
1:KazNPU named Abai (Kazakhstan)

The article presents results of a special research to identify the attitude of pedagogical higher educational institutions students for joint training with disabled people. It describes main settings of personal relations, healthy students judgments are disclosing about possible types of relationships with disabled students and their understanding of necessary conditions for effective joint training.According to the authors, the most important success indicator of healthy students' interpersonal relationships with disabled people, is a respectful and equal relations, desire to cooperate with them and collaborate.
The results of an experimental research indicate varying tolerance degrees among students to groupmates, depending on whether they have experience of joint training with disabled people.It was revealed that for students who do not have experience of joint training with disabled people, to a lesser extent characterized by equal treatmentand desire to cooperation (37%) and to a much greater extent - compassion and desire to help(63%).
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