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Principles and Methods of Adapted Physical Education & Recreation , Twelfth Edition Includes Navigate 2 Advantage Access

Author(s): Kristi Roth, PhD, CAPE, University of Wisconsin - Stevens Point
Laurie Zittel, PhD, CAPE, Northern Illinois University
Jean Pyfer, PNP, CAPE, Texas Woman's University
David Auxter, EdD, CAPE, Senior Scientist, Research Institute for Independent Living
  • ISBN-13: 9781284077810
  • ISBN-10:1284077810
  • Navigate 2 Advantage Access     708 pages      © 2017
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Principles and Methods of Adapted Physical Education & Recreation, Twelfth Edition provides students with the up-to-date knowledge and skills necessary to develop, implement, and monitor physical education programs for students at various levels of ability. Written in an accessible style, the Twelfth Edition begins with a general overview of the field of adapted physical education and then delves into key techniques and the needs of specific populations. Carefully reviewed to ensure readability, applicability, and overall quality, this text is designed to equip adapted and traditional physical educators with the tools necessary to successfully address student needs in the physical education setting.

Features & Benefits

  • NEW – Includes two new chapters: “Teaching with Technology” and “Transition Programming/Community Recreation and Sport”
  • NEW – Incorporates a modern, full-color design and art program 
  • UPDATED –Reflects current DSM-V definitions and terminology
  • UPDATED – Incorporate recent changes in legislation impacting adapted physical education, such as the Every Student Succeeds Act
  • UPDATED – Includes the most current terminology, research, and evidence-based practices for individuals with Autism Spectrum Disorder 
  • REVISED – Utilizes consistent heading structure in chapters focused on needs of specific populations, enhancing ease of navigation
Part  I  The Scope
  Chapter  1  Adapted Physical Activity for Individuals with Disabilities
Part  II  Key Techniques
  Chapter  2  Adapted Physical Education in the Public Schools
  Chapter  3  Determining Educational Needs Through Assessment
  Chapter  4  Developing the Individual Education Program
  Chapter  5  Individualized Instruction
  Chapter  6  Delivering Services in the Least Restrictive Environment
  Chapter  7  Enhancing Student Behavior
  Chapter  8  Teaching with Technology
  Chapter  9  Transition Programming/Community Recreation and Sport
Part  III  Needs of Specific Populations
  Chapter  10  Infants, Toddlers, and Preschoolers
  Chapter  11  Intellectual and Developmental Disabilities
  Chapter  12  Autism Spectrum Disorders
  Chapter  13  Specific Learning Disabilities
  Chapter  14  Emotional and Behavioral Disorders
  Chapter  15  Physical Disabilities
  Chapter  16  Communicative Disorders
  Chapter  17  Visual Impairments
  Chapter  18  Other Health Impairments

Kristi Roth, PhD, CAPE-University of Wisconsin - Stevens Point

Laurie Zittel, PhD, CAPE-Northern Illinois University

Jean Pyfer, PNP, CAPE-Texas Woman's University

David Auxter, EdD, CAPE-Senior Scientist, Research Institute for Independent Living

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ISBN-13: 9781284077810

Instructor Manual
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