Adaptive Physical Recreation as a Method of Increase of Social Adaptation of Schoolchildren with Disabilities

Adaptive Physical Recreation as a Method of Increase of Social Adaptation of Schoolchildren with Disabilities


T.M. Pankratovich
associate professor, Ph.D.
E.M. Golikova
associate professor, Ph.D.
Orenburg state pedagogical university, Orenburg

Key words: adaptive physical recreation, social adaptation, schoolchildren with disabilities, social game.
The process of social adaptation of schoolchildren with disabilities is implemented via the network of social institutions, with a special correctional educational institution, where personality's social qualities are being corrected and formed in accordance with socially significant values, being one of them​​.
Social adaptation is especially important in conditions of drastic change of activity and social environment of a schoolchild with disabilities.
A special place in a variety of social games is belongs to poly-activity games. Poly-activity games is a game, in which children are given an opportunity during a school year to participate in many events united by a common idea.
The study was aimed at developing and justifying the methodology of motor response, improve social adaptation of schoolchildren with disabilities.
The educational effects of the poly-activity game "Sportlandia" are predicted to increase the general cultural background in an educational correctional institution, gaining experience of interaction (interpersonal and team) with coevals from other schools, adults (parents, teachers, volunteers), development of individual abilities, social self-determination and self-actualization in the individual or team physical education and sports, creative activities, formation of the need for regular physical exercises.


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