Adapted Physical Activity, Recreation, and Sport: Crossdisciplinary and Lifespan
WCB/McGraw-Hill, 1998 - Physical education for children with disabilities - 706 pages
Emphasizing change, inclusion and psycho-social perspectives for understanding individual differences. A lifespan, cross-disciplinary approach should make this book of interest to persons preparing for both teaching and non-teaching professions.
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Celebrating Individual Differences and Appreciating
Teamwork Communication Adaptation
Advocacy the Law and the IEP
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