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Physical activity of schoolchildren with sensory impairments in stationary learning

Health the Preserving Technologies , UDC: 796.011.1 DOI: 10.25688/2076-9091.2023.51.3.07


  • Vlasova Svetlana Viktorovna PhD of Medical Sciences, Associate Professor
  • Kokhan Sergey Tikhonovich PhD of Medical Sciences, Associate Professor


The relevance of the study of this problem is due to the increase in the number of people with disabilities every year. This requires the improvement of approaches to the organization of the educational process in specialized institutions, including physical education. In this regard, this article is aimed at identifying the peculiarities of students’ assessment of the system of organizing educational and extracurricular activities in physical education for people with hearing impairment. The leading method in the study of this problem was the method of questioning. The study sample included 91 people. A sociological study was conducted among students with hearing impairments and healthy schoolchildren, whose average age was 14,8 ± 2,1 years and 14,4 ± 2,3 years in these groups, respectively. Among the 46 students in the first group, 29 were totally deaf and 17 were hard of hearing. The second group consisted of 45 normotypical schoolchildren of a general education school. The article revealed a positive evaluation of the activities of teachers and organizers of sports competitions. The main differences were revealed in physical activity during extracurricular activities, which was statistically significantly higher (χ2 = 6,1, p = 0,047) among students with hearing impairments, and motor activity during physical education lessons, which was higher in normotypical schoolchildren (χ2 = 12,0, p = 0,003). Approaches to the improvement of the organization of the educational process in physical culture at school hours for a specialized institution are substantiated.

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Vlasova, S. V. & Kokhan, S. T. (2023). Physical activity of schoolchildren with sensory impairments in stationary learning Bulletin of the Moscow City Pedagogical University. Series "Pedagogy and Psychology", 2023, №3 (51), 90. https://doi.org/10.25688/2076-9091.2023.51.3.07
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