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DAPE: Developmental Adapted Physical Education. Ashlyn Gibeaut EFRT 308 4/22/10. What is it?. For students with any disability, from high functioning to low functioning Can not be in regular physical education class Allows for a safe and successful class

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what is it
What is it?
  • For students with any disability, from high functioning to low functioning
  • Can not be in regular physical education class
  • Allows for a safe and successful class
  • Can learn all the same sports, but with modification
benefits of dape
Benefits of DAPE
  • Allows for a safe and meaningful physical education class
  • It is fun-allowing the students to go at their own pace
  • Structured to meet all of the student’s needs
adaptations in dape
Adaptations in DAPE
  • Equipment-shapes, colors, sizes, weights, and textures of balls
  • Environment-Designate areas for equipment, “quiet” area, instructional area. Also smaller spaces
  • Instruction-Verbal and Demonstrate and KEY! Also peer teach or through play
  • Rules-Modify. If multiple levels of students in a class limit what each level can do. For example higher functioning must catch the volleyball before it hits the ground, whereas lower functioning can catch it on a bounce.
comparing traditional and dape
Comparing Traditional and DAPE

Traditional Basketball

DAPE Basketball

Unit would be three weeks

Smaller space

Focus more on the basics-dribbling, passing, and shooting

Modified court, maybe garbage bins for hoops, and shooting range

  • Unit would be two weeks
  • Full court
  • Refining skills, and possibly higher skills-screens, set plays
  • Use actual basketball, hoop, court
most common disabilities
Most common disabilities
  • Autism
  • Cerebral Palsy
  • Hearing impaired
  • Emotional Disturbances
  • Blindness
  • Deafness
  • Multiple Disabilities
problems with dape
Problems with DAPE
  • Some schools are still “Old” school teaching the same thing over and over
  • Programs vary from district to district and even school to school
  • Not involving the lowest functioning students-let them sit off to the side or day dream
  • Para-professionals are more involved than the students
  • Less time than general PE classes
dape done right
DAPE done right
  • Activity is varied-day to day, and week to week
  • Instruction is given each day and throughout the day
  • Rules become progressively harder throughout the unit
  • Having all the students involved, even if on the smallest level
  • http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=y_NbL5paS3k