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What is Adapted Physical Education ?. HPS 468 Dr. Joe G. Schmalfeldt. APE Definition- 1975

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What is adapted physical education

What is AdaptedPhysical Education ?

HPS 468

Dr. Joe G. Schmalfeldt


APE Definition- 1975

Adaptive physical education is a diversified program of developmental activities, games, sports, and rhythms suited to the interests, capacities, and limitations of students with disabilities who may not safely or successfully engage in unrestricted participation in various activities of the general physical education program


APE Definition- 2000

Adapted physical education is alternative physical education for students with disabilities who may not safely or successfully engage in unrestricted participation in the vigorous activities of the regular physical education program on a full-time basis.


Inclusive APE is a direct service which offers instruction to eligible students in a variety of settings with non disabled peers. This service is provided by an APE specialist and is based on the student’s IEP.


Federal state laws acts and regulations
Federal & State to eligible students in a variety of settings with non disabled peers. This service is provided by an APE specialist and is based on the student’s IEP.Laws, Acts, and Regulations


Section 504 of the rehabilitation act p l 93 112 1973
Section 504 of the to eligible students in a variety of settings with non disabled peers. This service is provided by an APE specialist and is based on the student’s IEP.Rehabilitation ActP.L. 93-112 (1973)


Education for all handicapped children act p l 94 142 1975
Education for all to eligible students in a variety of settings with non disabled peers. This service is provided by an APE specialist and is based on the student’s IEP.Handicapped Children ActP.L. 94-142 (1975)


Individuals with Disabilities Education Act (IDEA) to eligible students in a variety of settings with non disabled peers. This service is provided by an APE specialist and is based on the student’s IEP.Public Law 105-17 (1997)http://www.ed.gov/offices/OSERS/IDEA/the_law.html


Nm laws dealing with special education and or adapted pe
NM Laws dealing with Special Education and/or Adapted PE? to eligible students in a variety of settings with non disabled peers. This service is provided by an APE specialist and is based on the student’s IEP.?


Similarities among the Laws/Acts: to eligible students in a variety of settings with non disabled peers. This service is provided by an APE specialist and is based on the student’s IEP.1. Equity of services2. Accessibility to environments3. Accommodation for the disabling condition 4. Encouragement of integration


APE specialists and others who instruct handicapped/disabled to eligible students in a variety of settings with non disabled peers. This service is provided by an APE specialist and is based on the student’s IEP.students should have the following 6 competencies:1- Understand and can apply proper 1st aid & safety procedures during PE classes for handicapped/disabled students.


APE specialists and others who instruct handicapped/disabled to eligible students in a variety of settings with non disabled peers. This service is provided by an APE specialist and is based on the student’s IEP.students should have the following 6 competencies:2- Understand the effect of physical activities on the physical, social,emotional, and intellectual development of handicapped/disabled students.


APE specialists and others who instruct handicapped/disabled to eligible students in a variety of settings with non disabled peers. This service is provided by an APE specialist and is based on the student’s IEP.students should have the following 6 competencies:3- Understand basic principles of normal & abnormal growth and development.


APE specialists and others who instruct handicapped/disabled to eligible students in a variety of settings with non disabled peers. This service is provided by an APE specialist and is based on the student’s IEP.students should have the following 6 competencies:4- Can modify traditional PE activities, learning environment and equipment tomeet the needs of handicapped/disabled students in all PE settings.


APE specialists and others who instruct handicapped/disabled to eligible students in a variety of settings with non disabled peers. This service is provided by an APE specialist and is based on the student’s IEP.students should have the following 6 competencies:5- Can use a variety of motivational and reinforcement techniquesto enhance the handicapped/disabled student on-task behaviors.


APE specialists and others who instruct handicapped/disabled to eligible students in a variety of settings with non disabled peers. This service is provided by an APE specialist and is based on the student’s IEP.students should have the following 6 competencies:6- Understands specific handicapping/disabling conditions whichmay affect motor performance of handicapped/disabled students.


Most prevalent handicapping/disabling conditions in public schools1. Learning Disabled (LD)2. Speech Impaired (SI)3. Mentally Retarded (MR)4. Emotional/Behavioral Disability (EBD)


Least restrictive environment (LRE) schoolsA. The least restrictive environment means that the education of children withdisabilities should take place in the presence of non-disabled children whenever possible.


Least restrictive environment (LRE) schoolsB. Teaching disabled children skills that allow participation with nondisabledchildren in normal settings and reevaluating their progress toward this goal periodically will contribute to placement in less restrictive environments.


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