ATTENTION TO DIVERSITY IN STUDENTS WITH SPINA BIFIDA IN THE AREA OF PHYSICAL EDUCATION: APPROXIMATION TO THE PROBLEM AND STRATEGIES TO DEVELOP IN THE REGULAR CLASSROOM.

  • José Luis López-Bastías Rey Juan Carlos University. Tulipan Spain
  • Ricardo Moreno-Rodríguez Rey Juan Carlos University. Tulipan Spain
  • Inmaculada Garrote Camarena Rey Juan Carlos University. Tulipan Spain
Keywords: spina bifida, Physical Education, disability, healthy environment, inclusion, Special Educational Needs

Abstract

Students with a disability due to neural tube defect or spina bifida are often found in the ordinary classroom. The implications derived from its symptomology can produce a difficulty to achieve the objectives set by the teacher in the area of Physical Education. Taking into account the concept of disability advocated by the International Classification of Functioning, Disability and Health (CIF) and highlighting the difficulties encountered by teachers in their daily practice, the present article proposes a series of strategies and guidelines that facilitate daily task to the Physical Education teacher. 

Author Biographies

José Luis López-Bastías, Rey Juan Carlos University. Tulipan Spain

Area of Research Methods and Diagnosis in Education. Department of Education Sciences, Language, Culture and Arts,
Historical-Legal and Humanistic Sciences and Modern Languages

Ricardo Moreno-Rodríguez, Rey Juan Carlos University. Tulipan Spain

Area of Research Methods and Diagnosis in Education. Department of Education Sciences, Language, Culture and Arts,
Historical-Legal and Humanistic Sciences and Modern Languages

Inmaculada Garrote Camarena, Rey Juan Carlos University. Tulipan Spain

Area of Research Methods and Diagnosis in Education. Department of Education Sciences, Language, Culture and Arts,
Historical-Legal and Humanistic Sciences and Modern Languages

Published
2017-12-31