Proiectarea curriculară în educaţie fizică adaptată şi incluzivă

Stănescu, Monica
December 2009
Palestrica of the Third Millennium Civilization & Sport;Dec2009, Vol. 10 Issue 4, p398
Academic Journal
Adapted and inclusive physical education issues have come to the attention of specialists as a result of the reform of the Romanian education system. The need for quality and efficiency of education is the consequence of new approaches and theoretical-practical ways able to raise the standards necessary for the training and education of children with special educational needs. This paper aims to highlight the main approaches, concerning the national and international issues of curricular design. Our analysis provides comparative models underlying teaching adapted physical education in different education systems. At the same time, it highlights the specific inclusive physical education in our country and the difficulties faced by teachers in their efforts to ensure an educational environment appropriate to the level of aspiration of those who participate in physical education activities. Conclusions of the paper emphasize the main directions of curriculum modernization in adapted and inclusive physical education, and the need for continuous training of professionals in this field.


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