Received: 2016-11-22  |  Accepted: 2017-05-15

Title

Assessment of inclusive educational space in higher education institution


Abstract

This article is devoted to development, adaptation and approbation of the methodology for analysis and assessment of an inclusive educational space in a higher education institution which implements education for students with limited health abilities. Relevance of the topic is determined by the importance of implementation of effective inclusive education to ensure sustainable development of society. The validity of data presented in the research is provided by the representativeness of sample and the use of such methods of data processing and analysis as factor analysis, cluster analysis, and classification tree analysis. The five factor structure of the researched phenomenon presented in the research allows analysing the inclusive educational space at a higher education institution from different points of view. The formation of homogeneous clusters in the space of identified clusters will make it possible developing targeted programs for working with teachers and other participants of the educational process in the higher education institution, which will help to create a high-quality inclusive educational environment in the higher education institution and increase the effectiveness of inclusive education.


Keywords

sustainable development, inclusive education, inclusive educational space, factor analysis, cluster analysis


JEL classifications

I23 , Q35


URI

http://jssidoi.org/jssi/papers/papers/view/256


DOI

10.9770/jssi.2017.7.1(10)

Authors

Ignatjeva, Svetlana
Daugavpils University
Tyumen State University
Articles by this author in: CrossRef |  Google Scholar

Volosnikova, Lyudmila
Tyumen State University
Articles by this author in: CrossRef |  Google Scholar

Efimova, Galina
Tyumen State University
Articles by this author in: CrossRef |  Google Scholar

Title

Journal of Security and Sustainability Issues


Issue date

2017


ISSN

ISSN 2029-7017 (print)
ISSN 2029-7025 (online)

Cited

Google Scholar

Paper views & downloads

HTML views: 374  |  PDF downloads: 447