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Adapted Physical Education: EveryBODY Wins (EDMA 174)

Course Overview

Technology Requirements:
For this course you will need access to:

  • Adobe Acrobat or similiar pdf reader
  • Microsoft Word

Students will receive a link to download course documents in a confirmation email sent via our registration system after paying for the course.  Please look for this email.

3 Semester Hours of Credit

Enroll in one of the nation's first distance learning courses in Adapted Physical Education. A team of educational field consultants have given their writings and designs to engineers who created simple, affordable blueprints for adaptive devices. The course includes:

  • Video presentations and demonstrations of teachers using adaptive devices with special needs students.
  • A CD-ROM with useable blueprints developed by volunteer engineers at Rockwell International.
  • Special modules called Toys from Trash and High Tech Toys developed by the Iowa instructors.
  • A special segment on strategies to use with autistic students.
  • A study guide with practical application assignments.
  • A current textbook with related readings.

This course is available on DVD.



Ann Griffin, Adapted Physical Education Consultant, Grant Wood Area Education Agency Nation Adapted Physical Education Teacher of the Year

Mike Sinram, Adapted Physical Educator, Waterloo Community Schools

Sally Leme, Special Education Consultant, Grant Wood Area Education Agency


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