Presentation on theme: "1 3rd lesson – towards common and open for all culture of physical education Isnt separate applied physical activity enough? Questions of integration and."— Presentation transcript:
1 3rd lesson – towards common and open for all culture of physical education Isnt separate applied physical activity enough? Questions of integration and inclusion Factors inhibiting and supporting integration
2 REMEMBER THE GOAL OF COURSE? To meet different people with different needs, hopes and challenges in physical activity To find out about the diverse world of applied physical activities To get rid of fears and prejudices
3 From integration to open physical activity Integration (Moberg 2001) Physical and functional psychological social societal Inclusion (=drawing into group, absorption) Physical culture of participation Common for all/open physical activity
4 Integration is a process… where… teaching all students together (physical i.) creates cooperation (functional and social i.), that helps development of all participants, approval of others and creation of positive social relationships (psychological and social i.) and creates basis for after-school equality of people in society (societal i.). Moberg (2001)
5 Isnt applied physical education enough? Dyson (1999): 4 dimensions of inclusion discussion Equality and participation are emphasized Efficiency Politics Practice http://lkl.sporttisaitti.com/lkl-hanke/ http://www.kaikilleavoin.fi/ohjelman_esittely/
6 Inclusion Instead of individual adaptation environment, procedures and conditions are changed Diversity and handicaps are seen as normal and natural parts of the whole Sufficient resources are guaranteed. Participating physical activity=absorptive physical activity
7 Different means of common actions (=inclusion spectrum) SEPARATED ACTIONS For instance separated groups in same sports club REVERSED INTEGRATION For instance sports for handicapped are taught to every participant PARALLEL ACTIVITY For instance same task in same space,different alternatives APPLIED ACTIONS Common goals, individual adaptations for different needs OPEN ACTIONS Activity planned not to exclude anyone
8 Requirements for sport for all Accessibility and functionality of activity areas and facilities Resources of instructors and professional staff (attitude) More education material for applied physical education Support services required by service law for handicapped: Assistants,transportation,equipment for activity and assistance Functional networks and practices
9 Obstacles of sport for all Obstacles in attitudes (being handicapped strange, alien) Administrative obstacles (cooperation, responsibilities between administrative organisations) Legal obstacles (law not up to date) Pedagogical obstacles (inadequte skills of teachers or instructors) What is the biggest obstacle?
10 Inkluderad idrott The site of Swedish sport for handicapped gives examples of how to act inclusively in practices and teaching. See. http://www.handikappidrott.se/t2.aspx?p=341669 http://www.handikappidrott.se/t2.aspx?p=341669
11 I am not disabled- video direction Ives Jossa production KU Leuven/Faculty of Physical Education, Belgium year 1994 duration 22 minutes version Dutch, English and French Young people talk about their disability and the role sports play in their lives. I AM NOT DIS ABL ED
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