Sport and Person with Disabilities (PWDs) University of Tsukuba
In this course, students will be demonstrate knowledge, theory, and practices related to study on the disabled sport and physical education, referring to some examples, in particular Paralympic sport, other sports for non Paralympic Sport and the kinds/ nature of disability (physical disability, intellectual disability and mental health problems).
Students will acquire and demonstrate the critical thinking skill in disability issues and sport, by examining some examples.
1. General-propose competence: Knowledge application, Management and Communication 2. Degree program competence: Basic knowledge and practical skills in sports, physical education, and health
Students will be expected to have successfully completed discussion and presentation tasks prior to enrolment in this course.
Journal Reflection 50 % Research Projects 30 % Presentation 20%
Introduction - what is sport and physical education for all?Understanding the adapted physical education and disability sport including Paralympic Games - History and the future perspectivesUnderstanding the adapted physical education and disability sport including Paralympic Games - History and the future perspectivesSport for people with physical disability, intellectual disability and mental health problemsSport for people with physical disability, intellectual disability and mental health problemsSport for people with physical disability, intellectual disability and mental health problemsComparative views between the UK, USA, and Japan - Historical review of value changesPromotion of athletes and people first as the core of Paralympic and Special Olympic MovementStudents presentation on your national movement of sport of the disabledConclusion
Online Course Requirement
Excuses for being absence must be presented upon returning to class. Students will not be excused from class after 2nd class meeting upon returning to class. Students will only be allowed to make up class work when excuses are presented. [Only acceptable excuses are (1) university-related, (2) medical, and (3) emergencies approved by school chair or program coordinator. Online lesson tools : Microsoft Teams Lecture materials will be distributed through Microsoft Teams file share Submission of homework : bi-weekly basis Confirm attendance : Teams attendance
Site for Inquiry
Link to the syllabus provided by the university