Students enter the classroom with a broad range of skills, and teachers are expected to assist each of those students toward mastery. What we mean by inclusive education Inclusion Integration Segregation Exclusion All students benefit, academically and socially, when provided with a high quality inclusive education. Contemporary educational institutions have been criticized for presenting too much teacher-centered instruction and for striving to demonstrate norm-referenced “outcomes” rather than educational processes [38]. © 2019 The Author(s). Inclusion is a worthy goal that should not be abandoned. or a Bachelor of Science (B.Sc. School assessment typically includes both quantitative and norm-referenced data, which are not helpful in the case of inclusive education, where individualized motor patterns of the students with disabilities are not expected to conform to the quality criteria expected in the normative population. “The concept of inclusion is based on the idea that students with disabilities should not be segregated, but should be included in a classroom with their typically-developing peers. Benefits of Inclusion for Students With Disabilities. Introduction: The use of appropriate teaching styles makes an important contribution to children’s learning in physical education. In addition to the seven pillars postulated by Loreman [30], an additional context of teachers’ practice appears to be of significant importance—students’ assessment [51]. Inclusive education is the most effective way to give all children a fair chance to go to school, learn and develop the skills they need to thrive. Sensory stimulation 6. Inclusive Physical Education: Students with disabilities in PE/SportThis video gives a brief introduction into what is inclusive physical education. Since there is more than one relevant answer to each of these questions, it was important for us to discuss them with key figures from the Ministry of Education. Inclusive education is based on the fundamental right of all learners to quality education that meets their basic learning needs, encourages their personal development to the fullest extent, and considers the diversity of backgrounds and abilities to be a learning opportunity rather than a barrier [1]. In these meetings, the lecturer focused on specific issues taught in the class upon the request of the student. We discussed a number of procedures necessary for the successful implementation of such a TPP. Among these approaches are: A survey design (a procedure in which researchers administer a survey to a sample or to an entire population of people in order to assess the attitudes, opinions, behaviors, and/or characteristics of the sample/population), A grounded theory design (a systematic, qualitative procedure used to generate a theory that explains, on a broad conceptual level, a process, an action, or an interaction concerning a substantive issue), An ethnographic design (a qualitative procedure for describing, analyzing, and interpreting culture-sharing groups’ shared patterns of behavior, beliefs, and language that develop over time), A narrative research design (describing the lives of individuals, collecting and telling stories about the individuals’ lives, and writing narratives of individual experiences). As PhD students, we found it difficult to access the research we needed, so we decided to create a new Open Access publisher that levels the playing field for scientists across the world. 0000003244 00000 n Our aim in these discussions was also to develop an understanding of how to enable the inclusion of physical educators with disabilities into the schools. Lecturers in the two types of studies—disciplinary and pedagogical—can together plan some of their classes and provide the students with examples of how information from one class (e.g., a disciplinary class) can be related to elements of information discussed in another class (e.g., a pedagogy class). That is to say, a dual system of TPPs exists in the country. From these discussions there emerged a new concept of integration called inclusive education or inclusive schools. 1.5 Aims and principles of special education 17 1.6 Inclusion of students with special educational needs in mainstream schools 17 1.6.1 Resources for post-primary schools to support the inclusion of ... 2.4.10 Accommodations in the physical environment 49 endstream endobj 107 0 obj<>/Size 76/Type/XRef>>stream To date our community has made over 100 million downloads. When studying in the disciplinary classes, they can also further develop some of the ideas they learn in the pedagogical classes. How? Open Access is an initiative that aims to make scientific research freely available to all. PE teachers have been documented as being particularly vulnerable to safety and control issues associated with including students with disability in their classes (see [20]) and have been reported to exhibit less favorable attitudes toward the inclusion of students with physical, sensory, or intellectual disabilities (see [21, 22, 23, 24, 25]). The Paralympic School Day activity or Special Olympics School demonstrations are good examples of such community involvement and were found to have a positive impact on attitudes (see [44, 45]). In these meetings, the students provided a verbal report of their experiences helping the students with disabilities. The inclusion challenge has attracted a great deal of attention at The Academic College at Wingate during the last few years. The success of this case led to changes in interscholastic sports regulations in many regions in the United States [32]. Inclusive Physical Education requires educators to believe in the concept that success for each student can be different. The authors present information on the role of assessment, placement and specific activity modifications to accommodate all learners in a variety of settings (inclusive, self-contained and modified). The concept of inclusive education has come to mean many things: from the very specific – for example, the inclusion of children with disabilities in mainstream schools – to a very broad notion of social inclusion as used by governments and the international community as a way of responding to diversity among learners (Ainscow, 2007). In addition, in a number of classes a co-teaching model can be used. For example, Downs [28] utilized a Delphi approach, and semi-structured conversations with a range of practitioners and policymakers, in looking for common words that were used across participants responding to questions such as “What does inclusion mean to you?” Downs generated seven pillars of inclusion, access, attitudes, choice, partnerships, communication, policy, and opportunity, and provided an online webinar-type resource and associated checklist for the use of organizational stakeholders specified for each pillar. Every inclusion process should be carefully evaluated to determine whether its educational objectives are being achieved. Brief introduction to this section that descibes Open Access especially from an IntechOpen perspective, Want to get in touch? 0000023639 00000 n The term inclusion captures, in one word, an all-embracing societal ideology. Due to the high variability and specificity of different students with disability, many teachers feel inadequately trained and not competent enough to meet the demands of inclusive education [19, 49]. INCLUSION IS A RIGHT, NOT A PRIVILEGE FOR A SELECTED FEW 3. All the volunteer students reported that helping students with disabilities was a constructive experience. 0000023437 00000 n Health: physical education is the entry-point for lifelong participation in physical activity. Two experts in the area of adapted physical activity who work at the college planned a number of meetings where major issues associated with inclusion were discussed. Unfortunately, only very limited evidence exists thus far for examining aspects of inclusion processes of students with disabilities in TPPs aimed at preparing these students to be PE teachers. It’s an often misunderstood and misused concept; many schools claim to be inclusive, but with the best will in the world, few are. For example, when the volunteers accompanied the students with disabilities to their teaching assignments in the schools, they did not know how much “freedom” they should provide them—to enable the students with disabilities to teach alone or to occasionally intervene in the teaching process in order to help them bring across their message to the children. Downs’ framework was adopted by Woods [29] for introducing an inclusive swimming framework. Inclusive education is carried out in a common learning environment; that is, an educational setting where students from different backgrounds and with different abilities learn together in an inclusive environment. There is no link between the disciplinary studies and the TPP. Conversely, teachers who support and believe in the concept of inclusion can provide special education students with confidence and a comfortable learning environment. �����}�>�s�����%�ff`�md ��vju�zˏ�SF�y ��6� ��Z Rationale for Inclusive Physical Activity. KEYWORDS: Self-concept, self-esteem, disability, inclusion, physical education Received for Publication: 13/09/12 Accepted for Publication: 21/01/13 Corresponding Author: my1971323@hotmail.com INTRODUCTION The study of self-concept is one of the most significant issues in the human sciences generally and educational studies in particular. Changing the negative attitudes of PE teachers toward inclusion is challenging due to a number of reasons, including but not limited to a lack of knowledge on disability, an apparent conflict between the wish to increase performance of the whole class and to support the individual with disabilities, the environmental constraints on attention when teaching in an open space, and the need to provide additional safety precautions to reduce injury risk [31]. By gathering and analyzing quantitative and particularly qualitative data, we will be able to increase our understanding of how we have addressed the inclusion challenge and, more importantly, how we will be able to enhance some aspects of the TPP so that students with disabilities will be able to gain the greatest benefit from the preparation program. These meetings were composed of the student with the disability, a number of the members of the committee that was responsible for the recruitment process of the student, and the volunteer students who helped the student with disabilities. By utilizing the ABC model, physical educators can assess and modify the curriculum to meet the needs of all stu- ���_?����G We needed to consider what modifications we needed to make in each of these categories. Neighbourhood schools are the heart of our communities, and Inclusion BC believes they are essential for a quality inclusive education system. With the increased implementation of inclusive education, teacher educators have also been challenged to make changes in their programs in order to prepare students to educate diverse learners. In ... physical and mental, and socially generated disadvantages (UNICEF, 1989). Inclusive pedagogy is understood in this regard as enabling all children to participate in school and to follow normative goals [18]. Given the development and establishment of the inclusive pedagogy in recent decades, it is unfortunate that until now very few studies, and only those of a qualitative case study design, have been conducted to examine the multifaceted aspects associated with the inclusion processes of students with disabilities studying in PE TPPs. 0000003932 00000 n These students volunteered to assist the students with disabilities; however the college covered their transportation expenses since we did not want their availability to be limited. By Jon-Chao Hong, Ming-Yueh Hwang and Kai-Hsin Tai. Inclusion is a social process and must be conceptualized as such. The decision of the board of the college to apply the Inclusion Law, was made after examining all the pros (e.g., providing the opportunity for students with disabilities to study PE) and cons (e.g., the potential difficulties that would have to be faced, particularly those associated with the performance of the students in the physical skill-oriented classes) in applying the Inclusion Law. 0000007137 00000 n Publishing on IntechOpen allows authors to earn citations and find new collaborators, meaning more people see your work not only from your own field of study, but from other related fields too. Physical Education & Sports For CWSN: Questions Carrying 05 Marks. Modifications made in the activity classes: the instructors who taught the activity classes (e.g., basketball, soccer, track and field) were also aware of the special needs of the students. In order to achieve the goal of producing good teachers, it appears that the main objective of the great majority of classes taught in TPPs offered by the academic colleges of education is to increase the pedagogical knowledge of the student rather than the knowledge of the specific discipline/s. 0000008052 00000 n Inclusive education is about how we develop and design our schools, classrooms, programs and activities so that all students learn and participate together. endstream endobj 77 0 obj<> endobj 78 0 obj<>/Font<>/ProcSet[/PDF/Text]/ExtGState<>>>/Type/Page>> endobj 79 0 obj<> endobj 80 0 obj<> endobj 81 0 obj[/Separation/Black 82 0 R 104 0 R] endobj 82 0 obj[/ICCBased 103 0 R] endobj 83 0 obj<> endobj 84 0 obj<> endobj 85 0 obj<> endobj 86 0 obj<> endobj 87 0 obj<> endobj 88 0 obj<>stream While teacher education for inclusion is a “hot topic,” instigating various projects, reports, and discussions (e.g., [26]), very little has been documented thus far about inclusion of teachers with disability within TPPs and particularly in PE TPPs [59, 60]. A possible contributor to the positive experience of the volunteer students might be the knowledge and skills they acquired during their adapted physical activity training as part of the PE TPP. The idea behind inclusive education is that students with special needs will be placed in the same classroom environment as other students their age who do not have special needs. Such processes have been labeled with acronyms, for example, TREE, teaching style, rules, equipment, and environments modification [33]; SEMA, Systematic Ecological Modification Approach [34]; ETAT, Ecological Task Analytic Teaching in the United States [35]; and STEP, space, task, equipment, and people [36], and are used to support knowledge-based rather than intuitive decision-making when planning and performing inclusive activities. In this chapter, we address the inclusion challenge, namely how we have taken up the challenge to modify one existing teacher preparation program (TPP) in physical education (PE) to enable students with disabilities to study at the same level as the other students who are enrolled in the program. This informative webinar helps participants understand the concept of Universal Design for Learning and how using this system will allow all children to be included in physical education lessons. Working with Teaching Assistants and other Support Staff for Inclusive Education, volume 4 A defining characteristic of an excellent physical education program is that it includes students with a diverse range of abilities, needs, interests and learning styles in meaningful learning experiences. The development of inclusive education was highlighted by the Salamanca Declaration on Education for Children with Special Needs [5], which asserted that inclusion in regular schools is the most effective means of combating discrimination, supporting education for all, and building an inclusive society. Therefore, the more inclusive is educational progress, the more inclusive is societal progress. The second layer tests the interpretation of and inferences from the concept, fact or topic, concept, structure, etc to real life situation.In the third layer, you may be required to construct, consolidate, design, or produce your own structure, concept, fact, scenario or issue.iii. For example, in one study [61], 125 pre-service elementary, secondary, and special education teachers were interviewed in order to identify aspects of university coursework and assigned field experiences that contribute to their ability to implement inclusion. TPPs are offered by Israel in two types of higher-education institutions—universities and academic colleges of education. 76 33 Inclusive education differs from other approaches and practices in significant ways: Inclusive education policy statement In a number of disciplines (e.g., the arts, dance, PE), the teaching certification authorizes the students to teach in high schools as well. They reported about their challenges and difficulties and how they approached them. Schools are a societal instrument; they provide knowledge, competencies, and skills required for later community involvement and for engaging in a productive lifestyle. According to social learning theory, attitudes are strongly related to self-efficacy—that is, the perception of control and competence with regard to pursuing an activity toward a phenomenon—and therefore inclusion training should develop a sense of either physically or virtually experiencing inclusion contexts and controlling their outcome. These applications were sent by individuals with various disabilities, among them one blind student, one student with a speech disorder, one student with a physical disability (losing one leg in a terror attack), two students who had suffered a mild stroke, and one student with stunted growth. In another optional design—a mixed-methods research design—researchers collect, analyze, and “mix” both quantitative and qualitative methods in a single study or a series of studies in order to understand the research problem. Making modifications in the PE TPP: in order to address the special needs of the students with disabilities, two main modifications were made: (1) modifications in the classrooms/lecture halls and (2) modifications in the activity classes. Diversity refers to the range of identities that exist in a group of people. Was the curriculum-pedagogical effort worth it? In order to assess how we have addressed the inclusion challenge in our college, we plan to adopt a number of research approaches combining both quantitative and qualitative designs (see [71]). %%EOF However, in the United States it is up to every state—and sometimes even the educational region—to specify the regulations supporting the development of inclusive frameworks and enabling increased participation of youth and adults with a disability in physical activity. These meetings were held twice during each semester (the academic year is composed of two semesters). They also provided their own personal report on how they felt about teaching in schools and what help they needed in order to improve their teaching skills. Furthermore, we highlighted some of the challenges encountered while maintaining an inclusion program. Inclusion: quality physical education is a platform for inclusion in wider society, particularly in terms of challenging stigma and overcoming stereotypes. Should we allow them to teach only with the assistance of a fellow student? The benefits of inclusive education are numerous for both students with and without disabilities. In the beginning it was not an easy task to discuss the inclusion issue with the faculty members, due to the fact that the college offers TPPs only in PE, a subject that requires not only “listening to a lecture” activities but also active participation in a variety of skill-oriented physical activity classes. We share our knowledge and peer-reveiwed research papers with libraries, scientific and engineering societies, and also work with corporate R&D departments and government entities. The close connection between the disciplinary studies and the pedagogical studies at the colleges of education has a number of advantages but also one major limitation. Explain the concept of inclusion. The use of the abovementioned designs can assist researchers in collecting data on various aspects of PE TPPs in which students with disabilities study with regular students. The analogy of “pillars” has been selected to reflect different contributing factors, which are interdependent and essential, for securing effective inclusive education. Conclusions and future perspectives. Therefore, the teacher’s reflections should consider such individualized activity and participation modification options. Disability and education: the historical perspective. I - Adapted Physical Activity And Inclusive Physical Education - Maria Dinold Encyclopedia of Life Support Systems (EOLSS) Support of inclusive physical activity often varies across contexts and participant groups. However, some of Downs’ pillar descriptors are also presented within one of the most cited models—Loreman’s seven pillars of support for inclusive education [30]. The goal of inclusion is to educate students who may struggle with a variety of disabilities. Benefits of Inclusive Education. The following are two advantages for the imposed link between disciplinary and pedagogical studies: By taking classes in their selected discipline/s and classes in pedagogy across the 4-year program, the students are provided with a unique opportunity to integrate the different types of knowledge emerging from the various classes. In the third section, we describe a number of actions taken in one college that enabled students with disabilities to enroll in a PE TPP. trailer Inclusive education is when all students, regardless of any challenges they may have, are placed in age-appropriate general education classes that are in their own neighborhood schools to receive high-quality instruction, interventions, and supports that enable them to meet success in the core curriculum (Bui, Quirk, Almazan, & Valenti, 2010; Alquraini & Gut, 2012). In addition, these designs can help researchers collect data from those individuals who work with students with disabilities in the field (i.e., school settings), namely, the teachers who supervise them in their teaching practices, the regional PE supervisors, and the principals of the schools. Inclusion in the Classroom Review Inclusion, in the world of education, is an approach or teaching strategy that focuses on including students with disabilities in the general education setting. 0000010480 00000 n One of the main findings of this study revealed a lack of consistency across TPPs within one university and a disconnectedness between the knowledge of inclusion as presented through the university coursework and the students’ real-world field-experience observations of inclusion. The benefits of inclusive education are numerous for both students with and without disabilities. The volunteer students met regularly with a number of the members of the committee that was responsible for the recruitment process. 0000001545 00000 n Physical activity is fundamental to health and individual well-being (Kohl et al., 2012; World Health Organization [WHO], 201… Physical Education Class 12 Notes Chapter 4 Physical Education and Sports for CWSN – Children with Special Needs : Divyangs 4.1 Concept of Disability and Disorder Disability and disorder are two separate terms that stand for different types of physical and mental conditions. *Address all correspondence to: lidor@wincol.ac.il. 0000003858 00000 n For example, school principals who highly value the inclusion process and who are responsible for recruiting teachers to their schools should also be invited to these discussions. In TPPs offered by the universities, students are required to study at least one major discipline (but no more than two) and only then complete their teaching certification studies. This is a principle of inclusive … MEANING Inclusive education is de ned as a learning environment that promotes full personal , academic and professional development of all learners irrespective of race ,class, colour, gender, disability, sexual preference ,learning style and language. Inclusion as conceptualized today has its roots in the “Normalization” movement of the late 1960s and early 1970s, which advocated community inclusion primarily for individuals with intellectual disability [2, 3]) and their subsequent “mainstreaming” or “integration” into the general education systems. Data that can be collected from faculty members, board and committees members, and students at large can assist in evaluating the strengths of the inclusion process (e.g., political, educational, pedagogical), how the program helped students with disabilities develop their disciplinary/pedagogical knowledge, and what aspects of the program need to be improved upon. In contrast to TPPs studied at the universities, in TPPs offered at the academic colleges of education an emphasis is placed on a strong connection between the disciplinary studies and the pedagogical studies. Loreman’s seven pillars [30] are an example of how successful inclusion should be implemented. Furthermore, research from Turkey, where an inclusion reform has occurred in education services during the last two decades, reported a negative correlation between attitudes toward inclusion and age or time teaching [57]. In essence, a strong link between the disciplinary studies and the pedagogical studies can be observed in TPPs offered by the academic colleges of education. For this purpose, schools are expected to connect with the community and embrace cross-lateral links [43]. This is common also in the case of PE [50], and therefore pre-service or in-service training is necessary. In this respect, if students with disabilities indeed study in TPPs, then TPPs should also be modified according to the special needs of these students [69]. The assumption of the members of the board was that after a number of students with disabilities were accepted to the PE TPP, the word would spread that The Academic College at Wingate accepts students with disabilities to its TPP program. Foundations of Inclusive Education Research, volume 6. In addition, examples of physical activities (e.g., ball games, basic gymnastics, and folk dancing) for both “regular” students and students with disabilities were demonstrated. <<3C899EE6F204D041B4429958B92E8B51>]>> Our team is growing all the time, so we’re always on the lookout for smart people who want to help us reshape the world of scientific publishing. In this chapter, we address the inclusion challenge, namely how we have taken up the challenge to modify one existing teacher preparation program (TPP) in physical education (PE) to enable students with disabilities to study at the same level as the other students who are enrolled in the program. According to the Integration Law, a special committee for inclusion should be created in each academic/educational institution, in order to (a) profile the special needs of these students and (b) assist the faculty members who work at the institution in making the required modifications in the program, based on the profiles of the students with disabilities. 0 In fact, additional discussions should be held in order to generate ideas on how to ensure that students with disabilities will be hired as PE teachers. In cases where the students with disabilities could not practice the drills with the entire class due to their limitations, the instructors prepared a special set of drills for them in advance, allowing these students to practice these drills with the volunteer students separately from the class. The Systematic Ecological Modification Approach (SEMA; [34]) is a task-analytical teacher’s reflection tool, providing guidance throughout the journey of inclusive practice. 0000000956 00000 n However, there is also one potential limitation in the concept of linking the disciplinary studies to the pedagogical studies. Upon completing the 4-year programs offered by the academic colleges of education, the students earn a Bachelor of Education (B.Ed.) The Academic College at Wingate, Wingate Institute, Netanya, Israel. Many of those classrooms are what’s known as inclusive (or inclusion) classrooms. More recently, the UNESCO published a statement acknowledging that inclusive, adapted, and safe opportunities to participate in PE must be provided to children with disabilities [8]. Reflective practices are among the most important tools for teachers’ self-development and include writing journals and portfolios and using systematic observations and field notes [46]. Read the story. �o>||��>�f�O��TZ��l����ף�=����qw�mp>� �a�g�AJ�f�H����Y��$��]5[���o������]J)M��&�8 ��v�.���OF��=�Z���-�l�롑���Ŵ�����d��:���f�����wroa�Q��P�g�[����A�+a���F�h�1!�. Inclusion has set a philosophical argument that any children with mental, physical, or emotional handicaps are entitled to access to education within the mainstream of public education. 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