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Review Papers | Special Education | Greece | Volume 11 Issue 11, November 2022
The Conduct of the Physical Education Lesson in Schools of Special Education and Training as a Factor of Forming Positive Psychosocial Skills for Students with Disabilities
Abstract: With this specific work, an attempt is made to investigate and study the degree of effect of conducting the Physical Education course in SMEAE (Schools of Special Education and Training) on the formation of positive and/or not psychosocial skills in the students who attend these structures. Obviously, it is considered that inattention/hyperactivity, behavior, smooth relationships of these students with peers, emotional reaction and social behavior, are skills that determine their balanced development and harmonious adaptation and functioning on a daily basis in this context. As far as the research methodology is concerned, the critical - interpretative view and review approach of the various international, mainly studies and elaborated researches, is used as the most suitable for writing the subject under investigation. The results of this research highlight the essentially important and weighty contribution of conducting the Physical Education course in these structures, as a defining parameter for the development and formation of positive psychosocial skills and correct behavior for students with disabilities.
Keywords: SMEAE, students with disabilities, conducting a Physical Education course, development and formation of positive psychosocial skills
Edition: Volume 11 Issue 11, November 2022,
Pages: 747 - 752