Maryna Bevzyuk


In the article, based on the scientific sources and empirical material analysis, the pedagogical conditions of future primary school teachers’ preparation for interaction with parents in terms of inclusive education have been described. They are: stimulation of future primary school teachers’ motivational-value and responsible attitude to the knowledge acquisition, skills and habits of interaction with parents in terms of inclusive education; the use of training facilities for higher educational institutions to acquire future primary school teachers’ appropriate competence through: improvement and integration of the professional and professionally oriented academic disciplines content, application of innovative and traditional learning technologies in the context of preparation for interaction with parents in the context of inclusive education; direction of educational and pedagogical practice on experience improvement of future primary school teachers’ interaction with parents in terms of inclusive education. It has been specified that only the harmonized observance of all conditions will be a guarantee of qualitative future primary school teachers’ preparation to interacting with parents under inclusive education conditions. With the purpose of special teachers training to form future primary school teachers’ ability to interact with parents in terms of inclusive education it has been recommended to conduct not only traditional educational and methodological or scientific-practical seminars, but also trainings, coaching, webinars, first of all, in online mode. It has been indicated that such forms of work nowadays become very popular because of their availability, dedication to production and innovation: extra-mural/distance participation; easy access to social networks and websites; the practical nature of the information: empirical material with confirmatory video stories; providing specific advice on decision making in pedagogical situations; the possibility of revising in case of indirect participation and in the situation of certain aspects additional clarification; constant information updating taking into account the most recent trends and so on.


pedagogical conditions; professional training; future primary school teachers; interaction with parents; terms of inclusive education

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