Features of socialization of schoolchildren with Down’s Syndrome
AbstractIn the modern special psychology actively there are methodological and practical transformations, innovative theoretical approaches, new concepts, are inculcated, new conceptions and theoretical models appear. On a background these changes actual is a problem of socialization schoolchildren with the Down's syndrome (DS). In the context of authorial approach social adaptation of schoolchildren with the Down's syndrome (DS) understands as a permanent process her active adaptation to the terms of social environment and as a result of this process. In the process of socialization the special place is taken to pedagogical influences, as they are purposeful and envisage creation of complex of terms that provide success of this process.
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