中学校における障害のある生徒の体育授業に関する研究--近畿地区の実態調査から [in Japanese] Physical education classes for junior high school students with disabilities: a survey in the Kinki Region [in Japanese]
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The purpose of this study was to investigate the status of physical education classes for junior high school students with disabilities in the Kinki Region of Japan. Valid responses were received from 80 of 200 schools targeted for the survey (collection ratio:40%). It was found that in nearly all schools physical education classes for students with disabilities were conducted while maintaining interraction with regular classes. Physical education teachers felt the significance of having students with disabilities participate in regular physical education classes, but did not actively obtain qualifications or information on adapted sports. The difficulty of practicing team sports, machine exercise, swimming, and martial arts in classes for students with disabilities was confirmed.
- Journal of living and welfare, Kyoto Women's University
Journal of living and welfare, Kyoto Women's University (4), 19-25, 2008-02
Kyoto Women's University/Kyoto Women's Junior College