Inclusive physical education empowers children/adolescents with and without impairments and/or chronic illness to participate in sports activities, and creates joint movement experiences without neglecting individual’s special needs. Inclusive physical education thrives on diverse and creative methods of lesson designs that enable the participation of all children/adolescents with different (cognitive/physical) prerequisites.
Many sporting activities, exercises, and games can often be made inclusive with just a few adaptations, so that all pupils – with and without impairments – can actively participate and gain valuable movement experiences, expand and improve their motor skills and abilities. In the following paragraphs, we will present basic considerations and practical tips for individual promotion and multi-perspectivity of sport and movement.
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