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Ways of Optimizing Career Guidance for High School Students with Hearing Impairment in Russia and Syria

Marina V. Zhigoreva – Dr. in Education, Associate Professor, Professor of Inclusive Education and Surdopedagogics Department, Institute of Childhood, Moscow Pedagogical State University, Moscow, Russia

E-mail: marinav0104@mail.ru

Noura Alhoure Ph.D. Post-Graduate Student, Inclusive Education and Surdopedagogics Department, Institute of Childhood, Moscow Pedagogical State University, Moscow, Russia

E-mail: nouraalhoure@gmail.com

The article is devoted to the actual issues of choosing a profession by high school students with hearing impairment in Russia and Syria. The authors consider the results of foreign and domestic studies devoted to the problem of professional self-determination of students with hearing impairment. Based on the experimental study data the features of the professional inclinations of high school students are analyzed; a number of difficulties in choosing a future profession are revealed. In conclusion, the ways of optimizing career guidance work with high school students with hearing disorder are revealed.

Key words: career guidance; high school students with hearing impairment; career choice; professional inclinations; labour market in Russia and Syria.



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