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Adapted Physical Education Curriculum Implementation in College
The number of students with disabilities enrolled in higher education institutions (HEI) has been rising. The purpose of the present study was to examine the status of adapted physical education (APE) in college. Data were collected from the university course website established by Ministry of Education and the annual statistics report on physical education. It was found that 59.21% of HEI in Taiwan offered APE course currently, which means more than half of colleges provided students with disabilities options to attend the general PE course or the APE course. However, the development of APE course in HEI still has rooms for improvement, such as recruiting professional instructors and supportive assistants to reach appropriate teacher-student ratio, better the least restrictive environment on campus and encouraging the cooperation and communication among different units. In-depth study on status of APE instruction and curriculum is recommended. Furthermore, more efforts should be channeled into developing APE teacher education system and professional license, to promote the professionalization of APE teachers and instructors. The accessibility of sport buildings and facilities should also be emphasized.
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