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Volume 75, 2020The International Conference on History, Theory and Methodology of Learning (ICHTML 2020)
|Number of page(s)||7|
|Section||Discourses of Learning, Education and Training|
|Published online||26 March 2020|
Supervision as a model of inclusive education retraining and professional advancement of the school community
Kryvyi Rih State Pedagogical University, Department of Practical Psychology, 79a Heroiv ATO Str. Kryvyi Rih 50086, Ukraine
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In this article, we describe the model of supervision in support of the Education Reform in Ukraine and the retraining of the school’s key stakeholders in an inclusion: the case of Kryvyi Rih. Empirical study has introduced a model of retraining through a socio-political and educational description of the current situation in Kryvyi Rih. That is why 124 key stakeholders from 20 schools with inclusive education were tested to plan the implementation model of supervision (teachers, tutors, staff, psychologists and parents from 7 districts of Kryvyi Rih were invited to participate). In this article, we present a different approach to supervisory interagency groups and understanding, with the focus on the model supervision retraining of inclusive education professionals. The supervision consists of four stages: case report, exchange, conceptualization, summary. For successful work, we propose in the article an adaptation of an unstructured interview by a specialist who describes the situation of training supervision. The analysis of the organizational, methodological and information retraining system, the implementation of the pilot project of supervisory groups for the psycho-educational support team in inclusive education allowed to offer the supervision program: I. Training of the team members to work with the goals of the individual child development plan: working with tools for preparation of the case; II. The main features of observing the lesson; III. Analysis of environmental factors; IV. Oversee team support.
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