Show simple item record Onyewadume I. Nwaogu P. 2011-04-08T13:17:33Z 2011-04-08T13:17:33Z 2001
dc.identifier.citation Onyewadume I. and Nwaogu P. (2001) A survey of recreational facilities in southern Botswana schools for children with disabilities. Mosenodi, Vol. 9, No. 1, pp. 17-24. en_US
dc.identifier.issn 0027-1276 (print)
dc.description.abstract This study surveys the existing recreational facilities in Southern Botswana schools for children with disabilities. All the 14 schools for indviduals with disabilities in Southern Botswana were used for the study. The recreational facilities considered included archery, bowling and goal-ball facilities, swimming pools, badminton, basketball, handball, netball, tennis, and volleyball courts,soccer and softball pitches. Using the statistic for the test for significance of proportions, at 0.05 alpha level, it was observed that the proportion of archery, bowling and goal-ball facilitites, badminton, handball, netball and tennis courts and softball pitches in the schools were not significantly provided for by the schools' managements. However, the proportion of basketball and volleyball courts, soccer pitches, swimming pools and table tennis boards provided were not significantly different from the 0.5 (50%) chosen as the expected proportion. Hence these were accepted as having been adequately provided for. The researchers recommend assistance from individuals, non-governmental organisatios and the government of the Republic of Botswana for the provision of more recreational facilities for these children with special needs. en_US
dc.language.iso en en_US
dc.publisher University of Botswana; en_US
dc.subject Disabled children en_US
dc.subject Schools en_US
dc.subject Recreation areas en_US
dc.title A Survey of recreational facilities in southern Botswana schools for children with disabilities en_US
dc.type Published Article en_US

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