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A Proactive versus Reactive Approach to Dealing with the Self-Control Needs of Students with a Disability. Sponsored by:. AAPAR is an Association of the American Alliance for Health, Physical Education, Recreation and Dance. Sponsored by:. Gene White

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A Proactive versus Reactive Approach to Dealing with the Self-Control Needs of Students with a Disability

Sponsored by:

AAPAR is an Association of the American Alliance for Health,

Physical Education, Recreation and Dance

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Sponsored by:

Gene White

Professor East Stroudsburg University of Pennsylvania

gwhite@esu.edu

AAPAR is an Association of the American Alliance for Health,

Physical Education, Recreation and Dance

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My background:

    • 25 years as a Physical Education Teacher at Wordsworth Academy, Ft. Washington, PA
    • State Approved Private School for Students with Serious Emotional Disturbance, Traumatic Brain Injury, PDD-NOS
    • 10 years at ESU

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AAPAR is an Association of the American Alliance for Health,

Physical Education, Recreation and Dance

insert clip of game

insert clip of game

Everybody’s It Tag

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AAPAR is an Association of the American Alliance for Health,

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Changing the World One Game at a Time

I tried to teach my child with words

They passed him/her by oft unheard

I tried to teach my child with books

S/he gave me only puzzled looks

Despairingly I turned aside

“How shall I teach this child?” I cried

Into my hands s/he put the key

“Come,” s/he said, “Play with me.”

Author unknown

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Physical Education, Recreation and Dance

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Positional AsphyxiaExperiential Exercise Cathy Maher, Devereaux Foundation (2001)insert clip of exercise

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AAPAR is an Association of the American Alliance for Health,

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Guiding Belief:

“Physical education is the education of the potentials of the whole person through physical activities, rather than an exclusive education of the physical.”

Jesse Feiring Williams, 1964

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AAPAR is an Association of the American Alliance for Health,

Physical Education, Recreation and Dance

objectives

OBJECTIVES

PE is education of the Whole Child through the physical, impacting the social, emotional and cognitive domains, as well.

Play is a powerful tool to address the Social, Emotional, Cognitive and Physical needs of self-control.

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AAPAR is an Association of the American Alliance for Health,

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You can enhance a person’s Self Esteem!

Choose activities prescriptively.

Stay Positive. When kids are struggling, that is when they are learning.

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Seven Factors of Self Concept Security(rules, procedures, TPSR)Affiliation/Belongingness (Hello, I’m not…)Self-determination (choices, make a decision, help set rules) Mohnson, B. ( ) Concepts and Principles Every Physical Educator Should Know

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Seven Factors of Self Concept, con’t:Competence: Mosston’sSlanty Rope, Flow, inclusion at my levelSelfhood: treat me as an individual, FitnessGramPurpose: give me a reason to live, to come to class and participate, teach the “WHY”Mohnson, B. ( ) Concepts and Principles Every Physical Educator Should Know

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AAPAR is an Association of the American Alliance for Health,

Physical Education, Recreation and Dance

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Seven Factors of Self Concept, con’t:Virtue (let me know what “it looks like sounds like feels like”, if my needs are met, I may behave better for you!) Mohnson, B. ( ) Concepts and Principles Every Physical Educator Should Know

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AAPAR is an Association of the American Alliance for Health,

Physical Education, Recreation and Dance

an enhanced self esteem is often a main need for self control

An enhanced Self Esteem is often a main need for self control!

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AAPAR is an Association of the American Alliance for Health,

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Play is a powerful tool in developing self-control because it provides:-Abundant opportunities to experiment, “as long as you don’t ELIMINATE me” -Clear and consistent goals-Immediate feedback

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-Errors can be forgiven-Almost instant opportunity to try again (to adjust, repeat, recover)-Self-control frequently contributes to achieving the goal-Many opportunities to see and feel success through self-control

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AAPAR is an Association of the American Alliance for Health,

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identify the need determine the secp factors choose activities prescriptively stay positive

Identify the NeedDetermine the SECP factorsChoose activities prescriptivelySTAY POSITIVE!!!

Teaching Strategy

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Play can support Self Control through opportunities to learn/practice:

  • listening skills
    • Tiger, tiger, where’s the tiger?
  • stress management
  • release of excess energy
    • Alarm clock
  • time to practice (no elimination)
    • Quick Change

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AAPAR is an Association of the American Alliance for Health,

Physical Education, Recreation and Dance

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Play can support Self Control through opportunities to learn/practice:

  • Physical, cognitive, perceptual motor skills
  • focus, attention span and concentration
    • Follow Me, One Behind, Anything But, Helium Stick
  • need to follow directions for success
  • changing emotional levels in game

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encourage perseverance (yours & theirs)

  • support participants’ sense of growth
  • Physical fitness (at my level)
    • Turnstile Rope, alphabet juggle
  • LOTS OF TURNS!!!

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It’s not just a game,it’s a developmental tool!

Marianne Torbert “Follow Me”, Leonard Gordon Institute for Human Development through Play (2010)

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any questions

Any Questions?

Thank you for joining us today!

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AAPAR is an Association of the American Alliance for Health,

Physical Education, Recreation and Dance