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Murinchik E.S., Voskoboinikov A.N., Gritskevich R.A. Features of training mini-football individuals with mild mental retardation in inclusive education

DOI: 10.34835/issn.2308-1961.2021.1.p253-256
 
Features of training mini-football individuals with mild mental retardation in inclusive education
Evgeniy Sergeevich Murinchik, the assistant, Aleksey Nikolaevich Voskoboinikov, the assistant, Roman Alekseevich Gritskevich, the assistant, Vladivostok State University of Economics and Service

Abstract
This article presents the identification of the attitude of young children and their parents to inclusive education. An experiment was carried out, its results of the pedagogical experiment showed that the experiment was carried out by the group conducted the course, surpassing the control group in all indicators of control tests.
Keywords: inclusive education, mini-football, intellectual deviations.
 
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Contact information: evgeniy.murinchik@vvsu.ru
Article arrived in edition 24.11.2020
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