The Inclusion Spectrum: Incorporating STEP
This informative document addresses the idea of ‘The Inclusion Spectrum’’ which is a model for inclusion in physical education and sport. The document discusses how to apply the inclusion spectrum and the STEP tool before providing a number of examples.
"Open activities – Everyone can play... Everyone does the same activity with minimal or no adaptations to the environment or equipment; open activities are by their nature inclusive so that the activity suits every participant. For example, warm-up or cool down, and cooperative or unstructured movement games (like collecting games)."
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