About the author: Ken Black
Founding Director - The Inclusion Club
I have worked as a practitioner in the area of inclusive physical activity and disability sport for over 35 years. This has included 10 years working in special education, 2 years for a disability sport organisation (UK Sports Association for People with Learning Disability), 6 years as a disability sports development officer for Leeds City Council sports development team, 6 years as the Inclusive Sport Officer with the Youth Sport Trust, 3 years as Sports Consultant with the Australian Sports Commission, (working in the Disability Sport Unit), and 2 years running a research and development centre on disability sport at Loughborough University.
In this episode we grab the opportunity at the ICSSPE Communities in Crisis Seminar to talk to Gudrun Doll-Tepper—a legend in the field of adapted physical activity and education. We talk to Gudrun about developments in the field and lots more in this two part video interview. Continue Reading An Interview with Gudrun Doll-Tepper
In this second part we hear from three practitioners working in coaching and physical education settings with young people with disability. Continue Reading Real Lives (Part 2)
It’s my very great pleasure to bring you this first episode for The Inclusion Club. Let’s get into it. In 2009-10 I was researching for a book chapter called ‘Coaching Children in Sport’. My chapter was entitled ‘Coaching Disabled Children’ and I looked at three specific areas: Continue Reading Real Lives (Part 1)