Assistive Devices, Adaptive Strategies, and Recreational Activities for Students with Disabilities: A Practical Guide for Including Students who Need Assistive Devices and Adaptive Strategies Into Physical Education and Recreation Activities

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Sagamore Pub., 2003 - Sports & Recreation - 102 pages
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Practical and user-friendly, this book is a recipe-style resource for teachers planning activities for students with disabilities. In keeping with the 'Whole Child' philosophy, material is included to meet the developmental needs of students with physical, as wellas cognitive and affective disabilities. Developed and field-tested, much of this material is original!

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Contents

Adapt Improvise and Overcome
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The Learner
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The Teacher
15
Copyright

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About the author (2003)

A Marine Reserve combat veteran of the first Gulf War, Buzz Williams rose to the rank of company master gunner and has six years of experience as a light-armored-vehicle crewman. A former National Teacher of the Year, Williams now serves as a school administrator for Harford County Public Schools in Maryland.

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