A teacher's guide to including students with disabilities in regular physical education
Brookes, 1994/12/01 - 276 ページ
Emphasizing the value of a collaborative team approach, this best-selling practical reference offers simple and creative strategies for meaningfully including children with disabilities in general physical education programs. Educators will find in-depth case examples, detailed assessment guidelines, specific suggestions for environmental and activity modification, and a straightforward discussion of the issues and challenges surrounding inclusion. This text is essential reading for physical education teachers, adapted physical educators, special educators, teachers in training, and parents.
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What Is Inclusion?
A Team Approach to Including Students with Disabilities
Developing an Inclusive Physical Education Program
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