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Adapted PE

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  1. Adapted PE Eddie Larkin High School Faculty Members

  2. What is Adapted PE Adapted Physical Education is PE that has been modified so that it makes the class as accessible for disabled students as it is for a person without disability

  3. American Disabilities Act (ADA)Definition of disability • has a physical or mental impairment that substantially limits one or more major life activities • has a record of such an impairment • is regarded as having such an impairment.

  4. Learning goals for Adapted PE • Physical and motor skills for everyday life • Fundamental Athletic skills (throwing, catching, etc) • Life time love for movement and exercise • Enjoyment through exercise

  5. Individuals with Disabilities Education Act (IDEA) This act makes it required that Physical Education must be taught between ages 3-21 to students who qualify for special education services for their specific disability

  6. Adapted PE National Standards (APENS) • Created to Standardize Adapted PE • Assess knowledge of teachers • Goal is for all students who need Adapted PE to have a qualified teacher For more info on APENS Click Here

  7. Adapted PE Teacher Requirements • Bachelors Degree in Physical Education • 200 hours experience with students with disabilities • A class in adapted PE • Teaching Certificate

  8. Ability types for Adapted PE • Autism • Down syndrome • Deafness • Blindness • Physical Disability

  9. Autism A developmental disorder that leads to deficits in several areas • Communication • Limited interests • Social interaction • Limited focus

  10. Downs Syndrome A developmental disorder resulting from the presence of a 21st chromosome in a person, Symptoms include • Cognitive Disability • Flat face • Short Stature

  11. Deafness The partial or total loss of hearing that could be resulting from numerous different events

  12. Blindness A state of lacking ability to see, partial or complete loss of sight

  13. Physical Disability Disability that effects muscular or skeletal system that impairs ability to move • Paralysis • Muscular Dystrophy • Multiple Sclerosis • Amputee

  14. Adapted Games • Soccer • Basketball • Softball

  15. Soccer • Smaller Field • Soft ball for safety • Adaptations to rules to allow all to play • Specialized equipment

  16. Basketball • Smaller and softer ball • Adjustable rim height • Use of two hands to dribble • Larger rim area for easier scoring

  17. Softball • Use adapted gloves and balls with Velcro • Larger bat • Smaller field • Tee-ball can be utilized

  18. Special Olympics The mission of Special Olympics is to provide year-round sports training and athletic competition in a variety of Olympic-type sports for children and adults with intellectual disabilities,

  19. Special Olympics • Basketball • Football • Track and Field • Cycling • Tennis • Winter Sports

  20. All Students have the right To be physically active Its our job to teach them how