Development of Disabled Ski Teaching Method for using systematic literature review

체계적 문헌고찰을 활용한 장애인 스키 교수법 개발

  • Lee, Yong-Kuk (Dept. of Adapted Physical Activity of Korea Nazarene Univ) ;
  • Cho, Gun-Sang (Dept. of Physical Education, Pusan National Univ.)
  • 이용국 (나사렛대학교 특수체육학과) ;
  • 조건상 (부산대학교 체육교육과)
  • Received : 2018.03.31
  • Accepted : 2018.06.20
  • Published : 2018.06.28


The purpose of the research is to figure out the problem of skiing-lesson to handicapped person and to develop and verify skiing-lesson manual by exploring skiing lesson's main factors of handicapped. To achieve the object of the research, we have done a survey to 14 people who agreed on participating in the research by doing open type-questionnaire survey to explore the obstructive factors of ski-vitalization for the handicapped. We have chosen two professor of adapted physical education, two ski specialists for the handicapped, and two instructors for national ski team to the adaptive to analyze the priority of ski-lesson to handicapped. There were a few results the result of developing the skiing-lesson manual for the handicapped was classified by 4types according to the types of disability. (two-track, three-track, four-track, monoski).


Adaptive;Adaptive Ski;Ski Lesson;Lesson Manual;Systematic literature review


Supported by : National Research Foundation of Korea


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