Trends in the professional competence of the teacher for adapted physical education
Galena Todorova Terzieva
Abstract: The regulation of inclusive education in the Republic of Bulgaria places new requirements on the professional competence of teachers. Physical education is an integral part of the educational process of children with special educational needs. In this context, the report analyzes trends in the teacher’s professional competence for adapted physical education in different countries.
Keywords: children with special educational needs, adapted physical activity, preschool and primary school teachers [in Bulgarian]
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Galena Todorova Terzieva, Assist. Prof., PhD
Trakia University – Stara Zagora
Faculty of Education
Republic of Bulgaria