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InPhysEd July 2019

Innovative summer school: Making physical education inclusive and open to all

The InPhysEd Summer School aims to empower participants to develop and pitch solutions for the challenge of including students with intellectual disability (ID) in physical education classes. Inclusive learning is critical to promoting healthier living among all members of society throughout the course of their lives. This project will help develop inclusive learning through cooperation of teacher trainees, sports, health and science students, and people with ID – all of whom will work together to co-design solutions.

This Summer School is a joint project of the Technical University of Munich and Trinity College Dublin, supported by EIT Campus.

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About this Summer School

In this innovative Summer School, people with ID will participate as experts in their own well-being and their experiences of exclusion and inclusion, and they will be central to the design of solutions for including students with ID in physical education. Throughout the summer school, participants with ID, students of sports, health science and associated disciplines, and trainee student teachers in physical education, will develop skills in critically and creatively assessing problems that exist within the delivery of physical education at all school levels. They will also develop competencies in the areas of designing and pitching solutions using an entrepreneurial mindset.

Participants will be split up into interdisciplinary teams and learn methodological skills in ideation, business creation, and product development to create idea concepts. Furthermore participants will be able to make informed decisions about future learning arrangements.

Your key benefits

The Inclusive Physical Education Summer School takes an entrepreneurial and educational approach to tackle future challenges.


Team up with students and professionals from diverse backgrounds and identify the most demanding questions and challenges concerning health orientated physical education.


Pitch your innovative solution to experts from the field – ministry of education, other educational stakeholders and former world class athletes.


Take an entrepreneurial and educational approach to tackling current issues of Europe’s health orientated physical education arrangements to maximize the impact of your ideas.

Who we are

The summer school is jointly organized by the Trinity College of Dublin (TCD) and Technical University of Munich (TUM).

Trinity College Dublin

Based in the centre of Dublin City, Trinity College Dublin (TCD) is Ireland‘s oldest and leading university and is ranked 104th in the world. Trinity delivers world class education and employers worldwide hold Trinity graduates in high esteem. Graduates include Nobel Prize winners in literature, science and medicine; presidents and world leaders; award-winning actors and film makers; internationally renowned poets and playwrights, entrepreneurs and business leaders.

A range of programmes are offered at undergraduate and postgraduate programmes across three Faculties – Arts and Humanities, Engineering, Maths and Science, and Health. The Trinity Centre for People with Intellectual Disabilities is based within the School of Education, in the Faculty of Arts and Humanities. The core focus of the Centre’s work is the two year certificate programme for students with intellectual disability.

Technical University of Munich (TUM)

Technical University of Munich (TUM) is a research university in Bavaria, Germany. TUM is ranked 4th overall in Reuters 2017 European Most Innovative University ranking.

In our faculty we offer a broad, interdisciplinary scientific portfolio on numerous topics in sport and the health sciences. Our expertise covers a large spectrum under the guideline motive of "movement". Aside from innovative high-quality research - involving the topics of health and prevention over the course of a lifetime, competitive and popular sports as well as also the pedagogical and the educational environment - this also includes the training of future specialists and teachers, as well as the implementation of research results in society and for competitive sports.

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