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- Learning skills
Student population structure
Students with disabilities
Higher education institutions of the cultural sector
The article presents the results of a study on the influence that student population structure has on the development of learning skills in students with disabilities in higher education institutions of the cultural sector. The participants of the study were 226 students with disabilities in their 2nd to 6th years of university, from 43 higher education institutions in the field of culture and different training programs. As an indicator of the level of learning skills development in students with disabilities, we took the parameter of student academic performance, presented as an average grade (on a five-point assessment scale) following the results of midterm assessments. The population structure of students with disabilities in higher education institutions of the cultural sector included 15 parameters, the information on which was collected through an online survey. It is shown that the level of learning skills development in students with disabilities correlates with the indicators of the student population structure. The obtained results allow us to conclude that the structure of student population in higher educational institutions of the cultural sector influences the development of learning skills in students with disabilities.
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Cite This Article
TY - CONF AU - Alexander Volodin AU - Elena Blagireva AU - Ruslan Chudinsky PY - 2022 DA - 2022/11/21 TI - Analyzing the Impact of Student Population Structure on Development of Learning Skills in Students with Disabilities in Higher Education Institutions of the Cultural Sector BT - Proceedings of the 8th International Conference on Arts, Design and Contemporary Education (ICADCE 2022) PB - Athena Publishing SP - 327 EP - 333 SN - 2949-8937 UR - https://doi.org/10.55060/s.atssh.221107.050 DO - https://doi.org/10.55060/s.atssh.221107.050 ID - Volodin2022 ER -