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Can integrative physical education improve physical development of schoolchildren? With a kind of emptiness?

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Elaboration of the concept of inclusive education demands the continu ation of the research in order to clarify its effectiveness under various conditions and with different contingent. The research objective was to compare the effect of segregative and integrative physical education classes (PE) upon physical development indicators in the apparently healthy middle secondary school age students and the students with minor health problems. Two separate groups of schoolchildren (N=1417, aged 10 -15) underwent a medical examination. One group of students attended segregative phys ical education classes, for the other group physical education classes were conducted integratively according to the students’ health status. The ratio of the total number of physical development significant growth rates in the sets of segregative and int egrative mode of PE classes indicates a slightly higher efficiency of integrated PE classes as compared to segregative ones, which was confirmed statistically.
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  • Department of Theory and Methodological of Physical Education, Lviv State Unive rsity of Physical Culture, Ukraine
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  • Department of Theory and Methodological of Physical Education, Lviv State Unive rsity of Physical Culture, Ukraine
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  • Department of Physical Education and Sport, Ivan Franko Na tional University of Lviv, Ukraine
  • Department of Theory and Methodological of Physical Education, Lviv State Unive rsity of Physical Culture, Ukraine
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