Papoyan Varduhi R., Galstyan Alina S., Sargsyan Diana Yu., Hovsepyan Narek S.
Abstract: The prospect of universal inclusion and the fact that inclusive education is a developing process in our republic, we consider it necessary to refer to the social-psychological assessment of successful practice. The schools and universities which implemented the first inclusive education programs don't have clearly and effectively developed overall strategy yet and by sharing successful experiences and embracing effective models, it will be possible to contribute to the development of effective implementation models for universal inclusion in Armenia. Everywhere it is emphasized what obstacles exist, what are the possible solutions, but it is not taken into account the success and experience, which will become the basis for a common understanding of social perception, the adoption of ideology and effective implementation. Our research will provide a better picture of the overall inclusion process and will fill in the gaps that have hardly been discussed so far. The goal of our review is to study and to identify the main social-psychological mechanisms, approaches and factors in the process of universal inclusion that ensure the effectiveness of inclusion activities, and to make it accessible for all the structures.
Keywords: Universal inclusion, inclusive education, socio-psychological assessment, management, successful experience, effective strategy, education insurance