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Truly inclusive activity thus includes all of the

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age, gender, cultural or ability level. Truly inclusive activity thus includes all of the following: Infant and toddler movement experiences School-based physical education programs Community-based recreation and leisure activities Exercise and fitness programs Multi-level sport opportunities. Copyright @ 2015 Republic Polytechnic
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What are common barriers (& corresponding strategies required to overcome) of IPA? (Kasser & Lytle, 2013, chap 3, pp. 31, figure 3.1) Copyright @ 2015 Republic Polytechnic Context-related factors Attitudes Labelling and language Perceived professional competency Accessibility Administrative support Person-related factors Knowledge Self-efficacy and motivation Perceived value Perceived risks Entrenched patterns of inactivity Barriers
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Copyright © 2015 Republic Polytechnic Common problems encountered in the 5 cases: Lack of customized teaching strategies and resources for those with learning difficulties and intellectual challenges Lack of infrastructure support to promote accessibility for independent movement for those with physical disabilities Lack of effective communication platforms and techniques for those with sensory disabilities Back to today’s problem Do all these support inclusion? Or exclusion?
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Back to Today’s Problem To response to the questions of inclusivity, you need to: 1) Define inclusive efforts and its relationship with IPA 2)
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