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|Other Titles:||Discussion on Benefits of Aquatic Activities for Students with Orthopedic Impairment: Taking the Movement Analysis Model as an Example|
National Taiwan Normal University Special Education Center
Students with orthopedic impairment have difficulties in participating in physical activities due to their congenital or accidental reasons. Aquatic activities were consideredas barrier-free whole-body exercises for the above students. In addition, the movement analysis model was physical education curriculum which included a basic framework of mobility learning. By using this model, students with orthopedic impairment may enhance their motor skills as well as increase their awareness on body movement concepts. The purpose of this article was to explore how students with orthopedic impairment can benefit from learning in movement analysis model in the aquatic activities.
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