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3 Semester Hours of Graduate Credit
You have up to one YEAR to complete the course!
In EveryBODY Wins: Adapted Physical Education, you will gain an understanding of disability and how it pertains to teaching individuals with disabilities in the physical education environment. In addition, you will become familiar with the related legal requirements for these individuals. You will learn about and apply curriculum differentiation techniques to adjust content, instructional strategies, environment, equipment, and assessment methods in anticipation of student need. Course activities, readings, videos and assignments in this course will highlight inclusive practices.
The video segments for this course are streamed. Links within the study guide will take you to the videos.
**Please note that the student needs to purchase:
A Teacher’s Guide to Adapted Physical Education: Including Students with Disabilities in Sports and Recreation – 4th edition (2016) by Martin E. Block
This will allow us to keep tuition at its current rate.
Laura Ries, A is a Physical Education and Recreational Health teacher at Ankeny High School. She graduated from Iowa State University with a degree in Kinesiology in 2007 and earned a Master’s degree in Education in 2012 and a Master’s degree in Health, Physical Education, and Recreation in 2016.
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