German Journal of Exercise and Sport Research
This paper will call for action in one space that is commonly among the first to act as a testing ground for integrated education, physical education. The purposes of this article are twofold: (1) to provide a brief review of research examining integrated physical education from the viewpoints of those with disabilities and (2) to provide several points of reference for future research in this area of inquiry. In addressing these purposes, we first present a review of scholarship salient to the subjective experiences of students with disabilities in integrated physical education. Then, to illustrate and extend this research, an exemplar is provided which highlights a quickly growing line of inquiry into the physical education experiences of students with visual impairments. Finally, we propose and discuss a call for further research transcending any one disability or geographic context and include specific foci for four primary areas of research: understanding placement decisions, examining exemplars, converging or diverging viewpoints, and intersectional perspectives.
Original Publication Citation
Haegele, J. A., Giese, M., Wilson, W. J., & Oldörp, F. (2020). Bruchlinien der Inklusion. German Journal of Exercise and Sport Research, 50(3), 417-425. https://doi.org/10.1007/s12662-020-00663-w
Haegele, Justin A.; Giese, Martin; Wilson, Wesley J.; and Oldörp, Felix, "Bruchlinien der Inklusion" (2020). Human Movement Sciences Faculty Publications. 104.