The article discusses the problem of training Bachelors with health limitations,in particular speech disorders,for future professional activities. The article presents a theoretical analysis of various opinions andviewpoints the issue under consideration, and describes the main components of Bacheloreducational programs in universities. The authors examined the main contradictions in the professional training of Bachelors in inclusive education as educational institutions need teachers, who can actively interact with the families of students while the teacher may be lacking the important inclusive competence, which is defined as integrative personal education, determining the ability to carry out professional functions in the process of inclusive education. The analysis of modern approaches in the professional activity brought about the conclusion that there is an emerging need in improvement of vocational training of teachers and search for new models that can help fullyprepare future Bachelors for their pro-fessional activities.
About the autors:
Liliya Akhmatyanovna Ibragimova1, Doctor of Pedagogical Sciences, Professor at the Department of Pedagogy and Pedagogical and Social Education; YekaterinaAleksandrovna Novikova2, Postgraduate Student at the Department of Pedagogy and Pedagogical and Social Education
Place of employment:
Nizhnevartovsk State University1,2
1,2628605, Россия, г. Нижневартовск, ул. Ленина, д. 56, каб. 305; 1e-mail: email@example.com; 2e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org
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vocational training; professional activity; Bachelors preparedness for professional activity; professional activitycomponents; inclusion; inclusive education; children with disabilities