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The Contribution of the Physical Education Course to the Education of Students with Disabilities Attending Special Schools

Journal: International Journal of Science and Research (IJSR) (Vol.10, No. 6)

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Page : 570-574

Keywords : SMEAE; students with special educational needs; Physical Education;

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It has been proven that physical activity is associated with the good quality of life for individuals, as well as with their harmonious and balanced development. It is, however, recognized that students with special educational needs are attending the Special Education and Training School Units (SMEAE) show especially low performance in physical activity in contrast with students of standard development attending general education schools. The methodology of the article is based on the in-depth review of the domestic and international bibliography, related to the particular issue and topic. The purpose of the particular article is to designate, on the one hand, the positive benefits and advantages of the enhanced physical activity on the motor development and improvement of these students and, on the other hand, to demonstrate the contribution of the Physical Education course to their acquisition of psycho-emotional and psychosocial abilities and skills.

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