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Pufa Savagpun


Generation Alpha are people born in 2010 who have grown up with the development of technology and are accustomed to change and are more open to differences in terms of language, culture, fashion, identity, and way of life. While the current classrooms appear to be inclusive learning with students of diverse nationalities. social class, sexual orientation, ability, religious and cultural affiliation. Whereas they deserve the right to quality education for self-improvement in knowledge, skills and values are geared. Towards membership in a society with sound physical and mental health. It is therefore essential for health and physical education teachers to recognize those diversity which will bring success to students according to the way of each person based on gender, family, community, society, socio-economic status, language and culture or any other that indicates the identity of the learner. One of the challenges for teachers is having an inherent belief and commitment to the focus of all learners by having knowledge in co-learning in health and physical education, including showing plans for learning that are suitable for diverse learners. It will contribute to the birth of a new era of peaceful social structures in Generation Alpha where people respect each other's ways.

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Savagpun, P. (2024). INCLUSION IN PHYSICAL EDUCATION FOR GENERATION ALPHA. Journal of Education and Innovation, 26(1), 423–434. Retrieved from
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