Physical culture in the life of students with disabilities

Keywords: student, nosology, physical education, sports

Abstract

Consider the ratio of students with disabilities to physical education for learning. Justified starting conceptual tenets of the theory and methodology of physical education students with different nosology. Are proven theoretical knowledge of motor activity with students nosology: vision, hearing, musculoskeletal and cerebral palsy, diabetes mellitus and with somatic diseases. It is noted that in the formation of the modern system of physical education of young people with disabilities to the forefront should be nominated by the humanistic ideas of respect for the individual, taking care of his health and development. Accentuated the need to generate dynamic system of physical education students, which gives a person a deep knowledge of his body, his motor capabilities, effective means of exposure to psychophysical conditions and methods of their use, maintain and improve health.

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2013-12-28
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Adyrkhaev S. Physical culture in the life of students with disabilities. Pedagogics, psychology, medical-biological problems of physical training and sports. 2013;17(12):3-. https://doi.org/10.6084/m9.figshare.879634
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