Enhancement of Creativity in Math Skills of People with ID in Education Process

Ibragimova Tursunai, Kokazhaeva Amangul, Kuanbaeva Bayan, Batyrbayeva Gulniet, Zhanat Bissenbayeva, Kadyrova Saltanat

Abstract


This paper describes the enhancement of the math skills of people with ID in the education process and development of the mathematics methodology. As well this research gives details of its piloting and evaluation with a cohort of learners with ID who were enrolled in an education course.

The objective of the correctional school is to provide learners with the necessary math training, to introduce them into the big world of math, to make it an effective means of learning about the surrounding reality, development of thinking and moral perfection.

All of the above determines the relevance of the problem of math education of children with mental retardation in the circle of calculations.

The aim of the study is theoretically substantiated and experimentally test the system of correctional and pedagogical work on the math education of younger school children with intellectual disabilities in circle math classes.

Learners with intellectual disability (ID) have to overcome many barriers and difficulties in order to access all levels of education and partake in college life. Thankfully, educational institutes around the globe are slowly beginning to examine how they can support the equal rights of individuals with ID. In Kazakhstan, one university has recently accredited an innovative education program for college learners with intellectual disabilities.

The results of the study are presented by the emergent methodology’s which focuses on mathematics and realizes the important role that numeracy, which plays a great role in today’s society. Despite the increased emphasis on general mathematics education, the authors found there to be a dearth of research regarding the development of such a methodology for learners with ID.


Keywords


Learners with intellectual disability, Mathematics education, education, Course development, methodology.

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