Join authors Lauren Lieberman and Cathy Houston-Wilson for a free webinar detailing strategies for inclusion in physical education (PE).
Adapted Physical Education and Sport, 6th Edition provides you with the most up-to-date information on the subject. Several chapters have been revised to detail relevant inclusion practices and applications in both physical education and sport. The guide includes a web resource which features 26 video clips to explain health-related tests that may apply to students with disabilities. Find out more
An excellent resource for physical activity practitioners or students preparing to work with diverse populations in schools, fitness facilities, community recreation sites and sport programmes.
For people with disabilities, be it mental or physical, winter sports mayprovide major enrichment to their daily lives, be it as a leisure activity or in competition.
The programme aims to make the fitness industry more inclusive by catering for the needs of disabled and non-disabled people
Those involved in the care and development of individuals with disabilities, have both the opportunity and challenge to provide movement experiences that fit within the scope of each person’s abilities. Physical Activities In the Wheelchair and Out helps create physical activity options that encourage success by honouring the capabilities of each person under care. By suggesting ways that many familiar skills, games and activities might be performed, Physical Activities In the Wheelchair and Out offers opportunities for those with mobility challenges and disabilities to participate on their own terms. Price: £15.99 I €19.20 Find out more
Through this latest edition of Adapted Physical Education and Sport, you can provide top-quality physical education for young people up to the age of 21 who have disabilities and help them get the most out of their sport participation.
Primary school teachers of Physical Education are facing growing demands for accountability while being asked to address the needs of increasingly diverse classes of students. Unfortunately, the one-size-fits-all approach does not allow teachers to adequately address those needs, leaving many frustrated and overworked as they try to make do with a curriculum that doesn’t really work. Enter Everyone Can!: Skill Development and Assessment in Elementary Physical Education. This book and Web site package offers a wealth of information that addresses the needs of all students.