A teacher's guide to including students with disabilities in general physical education

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Paul H. Brookes Pub. Co., 2000 - Education - 397 pages
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This resource is highly recommended for personal libraries of individual teachers, for ready availability in physical education offices in chools, and for use in professional preparation programs in both regular and adapted physical education". - Palaestra, on the first edition

This newly revised version is packed with state-of-the-art strategies and ideas on how to include students of all ages with disabilities in general physical education classes. With updated information based on IDEA 1997, this resource helps you make the mandated changes necessary for successful inclusion emphasizing collaborative teaming, including families and their goals in the physical education curriculum, and raising the expectations for children with disabilities. Throughout the book, reproducible forms will help you easily organize objectives, planactivities, and rack student progress. In addition to extensive revisions, new to this edition are chapters on:
-- behavior management
-- classroom safety
-- adapted aquatics
-- social aspects of inclusion

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Contents

What Is Physical Education? 1
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Assessment to Facilitate Successful Inclusion
111
Instructional Modifications
135
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