Institute of Integrated (Inclusive) Education Problems was established in July 2009 by decision of the Academic Council of Moscow City University of Psychology and Education.
The aim of the Institute activities are: scientific and methodological support of inclusive education, support of educational institutions, which implement an inclusive approach, training and retraining of specialists in the field of inclusive education.
The Institute carries out applied scientific research on the main problems of inclusive educational practices, develops programmes of training and retraining for pedagogical staff working with children with disabilities in the system of integrative and inclusive education, creates the technologies of psychological and pedagogical support of inclusive education in pre-school, school, supplementary education and high school.
The head of the Institute: Svetlana Alekhina, PhD in Psychology, Honorary worker of General education of Russian Federation, UNICEF expert on inclusive education, head of the teaching union section of education in psychology and pedagogics, member of the Academic Council of Moscow City University of Psychology and Education.
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