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PE Inclusion

PE Inclusion

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Integrating Students
With a Disability
In Our Physical Education Classes
Mark Hooper - 2010
INTRODUCTION
Students with a disability have the same basic
needs, drive and dreams as other students
Physical activity is a crucial factor in a disabled
student's quality of life.

The reasons for teaching these participants is fundamentally no different than teaching any other students.

Teaching students with a disability can enhance
your teaching abilities and help you see things
differently and creatively.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=R5hTa3X4u1A
PART I - PREPARATION
Stage 1 ± First Reactions
-Worries about what to say

-Doubts about your ability as a teacher
- Focus too much on the disability
- Question the level of understanding

Stage 2 ± MakingAssumptions
-Rather than speculating, engage in frank
dialogue (resource teacher, administration, Parents)
-Communication is the key
- Students with a disability involved in sports have,
for the most part, accepted their disability.

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