Computer model of the system for inclusive education of children with hearing impairments

Keywords: inclusive education, model, speech recognition, speech synthesis


Every day, a hearing impaired child faces with many problems. The learning process for him carries a number of problems that have not been resolved yet. Inclusive learning requires changes and additional tools to improve the educational process. The field of information technology in the XXI century is also actively growing, hundreds of programs and games are being developed every day, but some significant problems remain unheard and forgotten. There are currently a small number of applications that are partly aimed at helping people with hearing impairments, but in most cases they cause many difficulties. This can be a malfunction, too complex an interface, or a high price to use that most families cannot afford. Such applications can be used in part for individual use, but for children who are educated in the classroom, they are quite inconvenient and cause many questions. Quite often, instead of helping to obtain information from the outside world, such software solutions, on the contrary, help ordinary people, not those who have hearing problems. With the development of the latest technologies, modern ways of overcoming problem points appear for human with hearing impairments. Such as solution can be the use of a speech recognition and synthesis system. The introduction of these technologies in the process of inclusive education for children with hearing impairments will help to speed up and significantly facilitate the perception of information. To implement a solution available to all can be chosen the option of developing a program in the form of a web application, which will ensure cross-platform and availability of its use for any user.


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Budko, V., Popova, A., Tolstoluzka, O., & Tolstoluzkyi, Y. (2021). Computer model of the system for inclusive education of children with hearing impairments. Bulletin of V.N. Karazin Kharkiv National University, Series «Mathematical Modeling. Information Technology. Automated Control Systems», 51, 36-41.