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Basilova, Tatiana

Basilova, Tatiana
History of Deafblind Education in Russia

2017. 158 S. 23 Abb. – 170 × 240 mm. Kartoniert
ISBN 978-3-95650-274-3

 

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Written by the prominent Russian expert in the field of deafblind education, Tatiana Basilova, this book overviews the history of teaching deafblind students in Russia in one of the country’s most dramatic eras, the 20th century. The material presents the biographies of three famous Russian scholars and investigates their experience of working with deafblind people since the beginning of the 20th century. In addition to this, the current state of deafblind education and the history of changes in deafblind organizations are examined. Further, Basilova discusses teaching methods that may be useful for specialists in the future. In her work, she uses unique data from personal archives of Russian specialists which are published in English for the first time.