Adaptive Physical Education

NEW! Adapted Physical Education Webinar Series
Do you struggle with ways to include students with disabilities 
in your physical education classes? Or perhaps you're an adapted 
physical educator who would like to expand your repertoire? The 
American Association for Physical Activity and Recreation 
(AAPAR) offers educational and interactive webinars in adapted 
physical education to enhance your knowledge so that all your 
students can participate, whether their disability is physical 
or behavioral.

Taught by adapted physical education specialists, the webinar 
series launches on November 11, 2010, with "What Research Tells 
Us About Including Students with Disabilities into General 
Physical Education." Webinar presenter Marty Block is professor 
of adapted PE at the University of Virginia, Charlottesville. 
Three more webinars follow, each hosted by a different APE 
specialist, through February 2011.
For more information and a complete schedule of topics, visit 
AAPAR's webinars  Or email or call 703-476-3430.Adapted Physical Education Video Contest



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