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Hybrid Program Based on Virtual and Real Games Increases Fundamental Movement Skills in Children With Intellectual Disability: A Quasi-Experimental Study

Ghada Regaieg, Sonia Sahli, and Gilles Kermarrec

delays ( Salem et al., 2012 ). Kinect Xbox 360, as a Game System for Rehabilitation with VR device, was used in APE programs, to improve self-care, mobility, social function ( Fu et al., 2015 ), motor coordination, and balance ( Reis et al., 2017 ) in children with ID or Down syndrome. A recent

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Online and Blended Instruction in K–12 Physical Education: A Scoping Review

Chad M. Killian, Christopher J. Kinder, and Amelia Mays Woods

regarding implementation at the middle and high school levels based on perceived student maturity and readiness. No differences between participants based on academic rank or institutional classification. Kooiman & Sheehan ( 2015 ), USA Simulated OLPE using Microsoft Kinect Xbox 360 gaming system to