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|Other Titles:||Effects of in-line skating training on balance abilities for children with intellectual disabilities|
National Taiwan Normal University Special Education Center
The purpose of this study was to focused on examine the effects of in-line skating training in improving static balance and dynamic balance abilities of elementary school age children with intellectual disabilities. A multiple baseline across subjects design was conducted in this research. The results showed: (1)The intervention of in-line skating has a positive influence in improving balance ability of three participants. However, the improvement level varies; (2) The findings indicated that there were effects of static balance ability for Student C and dynamic balance ability for Student A and B. Implications for pedagogy and future research directions are provided.
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