The introductory part of this article will outline what pedagogical models are currently used in schools to ensure an inclusive approach to physical education for the student population. The paper will highlight the importance of a didactic intervention based on adapted physical activity (APA), focusing on how it enables students with disabilities to become more self-determined and autonomous, thus improving their quality of life. The second section of the paper will analyse, using a theoretical– narrative method, how APA is structured and will describe how teachers specializing in support are trained, using the inquiry-based learning (IBL) methodology, to design and set up a physical education lesson based on the APA model. In the final part, the future perspectives of inclusive teaching will be analysed in an educational and school context that encourages the use of information and communications technology (ICT) in physical education.

INCLUSIVE EDUCATION MODELS APPLIED TO PHYSICAL EDUCATION AND ADAPTED PHYSICAL ACTIVITY

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Lombardi;di furia
2022

Abstract

The introductory part of this article will outline what pedagogical models are currently used in schools to ensure an inclusive approach to physical education for the student population. The paper will highlight the importance of a didactic intervention based on adapted physical activity (APA), focusing on how it enables students with disabilities to become more self-determined and autonomous, thus improving their quality of life. The second section of the paper will analyse, using a theoretical– narrative method, how APA is structured and will describe how teachers specializing in support are trained, using the inquiry-based learning (IBL) methodology, to design and set up a physical education lesson based on the APA model. In the final part, the future perspectives of inclusive teaching will be analysed in an educational and school context that encourages the use of information and communications technology (ICT) in physical education.
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