The Role of Modern Pedagogical Technology in the Development of Cognition in Children with Hearing Impairment

Z.N. Urunova

Abstract


Modern pedagogical technologies are now becoming a necessary and essential component of the educational process for a special school. Because pedagogical technology is a unique new approach to teaching, it shows the importance of applying new, advanced, yet effective methods of play to the education system in the classroom. The article discusses the reforms in the education system, modern pedagogical technologies that are actively used in the educational process, their types and practical results.

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Children With Hearing Impairments, Modern Pedagogical Technologies, Innovation, Educational Technologies.

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