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Principles and Methods of Adapted Physical Education and Recreation with Activities Booklet & PowerWeb Bind-in Card

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Edition:
10th
ISBN13:

9780072985382

ISBN10:
0072985380
Format:
Hardcover
Pub. Date:
7/30/2004
Publisher(s):
McGraw-Hill Humanities/Social Sciences/Languages

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Summary

As the only book in the adapted physical education market to provide both task-specific and developmental teaching approaches, this text gives physical educators the up-to-date knowledge and skills to teach students at all levels. Aligned with the national movement to include most students with disabilities into the general curriculum, the text enables both adapted and regular physical education teachers to successfully address the needs of students with disabilities in the regular physical education class.

Table of Contents

Preface xi
PART I The Scope
1(32)
Adapted Physical Education
2(31)
Objectives
2(2)
Definition of Special Education
4(1)
Definition of Physical Education
4(1)
Benefits of Physical Education for Learners with Disabilities
4(2)
The Adapted Physical Educator
6(1)
Prevalence
7(2)
History of Adapted Physical Education
9(3)
Federal Legislation and the Rights of Individuals with Disabilities
12(2)
Educational Reform and Special Education
14(3)
Service Learning and Adapted Physical Education
17(1)
Physical Fitness, Health, and Wellness
18(2)
Healthy People 2010
20(1)
Escalation of Hate in the Schools
20(1)
Educational Standards
21(1)
The Teacher's Reality
22(1)
Leisure and Recreation Opportunities for Individuals with Disabilities
23(1)
Sport for Individuals with Disabilities
24(2)
The Transformation of Physical Education for All Children
26(3)
Summary
29(1)
Review Questions
29(1)
Student Activities
29(1)
References
29(2)
Suggested Readings
31(1)
Recommended Websites
31(1)
Recommended Videos
32(1)
PART II Key Techniques
33(222)
Determining Educational Needs through Assessment
34(33)
Objectives
34(1)
Purposes of Assessment
35(1)
Matching Type of Assessment to Purpose
36(1)
Legal Mandates for Determining Present Level of Performance
36(3)
Authentic Assessment
39(2)
Test Selection Criteria
41(8)
The Testing Process
49(16)
Using Assessment for Classification
65(1)
Summary
65(1)
Review Questions
66(1)
Student Activities
66(1)
References
66(1)
Suggested Readings
66(1)
Developing the Individual Education Program
67(50)
Objectives
67(5)
Description of Each Component of the IEP
72(9)
Parent/Guardian Rights
81(2)
Participants in the IEP/Multidisciplinary Team Meeting
83(2)
Discipline Concerns
85(1)
The IEP Meeting Agenda
86(2)
Encouraging and Maximizing Parent Participation in the IEP Process
88(2)
Encouraging and Maximizing Student Participation in the IEP Process
90(1)
Concerns Regarding the IEP Process
91(1)
The Individual Transition Plan
92(8)
Personal Futures Planning
100(3)
Professional Personnel Who May Be Involved in the Individual Education Program and/or the Individual Transition Plan
103(9)
Missed Opportunities
112(1)
Summary
112(1)
Review Questions
113(1)
Student Activities
113(1)
References
113(2)
Suggested Readings
115(1)
Recommended Websites
115(1)
Recommended Videos
116(1)
Teaching to Meet Learners' Needs
117(36)
Objectives
117(1)
Levels of Motor Function
118(2)
Incidental versus Planned Learning
120(1)
Facilitating Skill Development
120(25)
Programmed Instruction
145(3)
Functional Adaptations
148(1)
Generalization to Community Environments
148(2)
Commercial Programs
150(1)
Reporting the Results to Parents
150(1)
Summary
150(1)
Review Questions
151(1)
Student Activities
151(1)
References
151(1)
Suggested Readings
152(1)
Delivering Services in the Most Inclusive Environment
153(52)
Objectives
153(1)
Inclusion: The Controversy Continues
154(2)
Emphasis on Education within the General Education Program
156(1)
The Impact of Inclusion
156(2)
Preparing for Inclusion---A Proactive Approach
158(8)
Variables Affecting Instruction in Physical Education in the Least Restrictive Environment
166(14)
Working Document for the IEP Committee: Least Restrictive Environment in Physical Education
180(10)
The Consultant and Inclusion
190(3)
Transition
193(6)
Summary
199(1)
Review Questions
199(1)
Student Activities
200(1)
References
200(3)
Suggested Readings
203(1)
Recommended Websites
204(1)
Recommended Videos
204(1)
Enhancing Student Behavior
205(23)
Objectives
205(1)
Assertive, Effective Discipline
206(3)
Identifying Problematic Performance and Behavior
209(1)
Maximizing Student Performance
210(11)
Techniques to Ensure Persistence of Learning or Change
221(3)
Violations of School Conduct Rules
224(1)
Summary
224(1)
Review Questions
225(1)
Student Activities
225(1)
References
225(2)
Suggested Readings
227(1)
Recommended Websites
227(1)
Recommended Videos
227(1)
Adapted Physical Education in the Public Schools
228(27)
Objectives
228(1)
Adapted Physical Education
228(5)
Service Delivery in Adapted Physical Education
233(2)
Interaction with Other Special Education Personnel
235(5)
Public Education
240(2)
Recent Litigation
242(3)
The State and Local Education Agency
245(3)
Computer Technology and the Physical Educator/Adapted Physical Educator
248(1)
Equipment
249(2)
Summary
251(1)
Review Questions
251(1)
Student Activities
251(1)
References
251(1)
Suggested Reading
252(1)
Recommended Websites
253(1)
Recommended Videos
253(2)
PART III Children and Youth at Risk
255(52)
Physical Fitness and Sport Conditioning
256(26)
Objectives
256(1)
Definition of Physical Fitness
257(2)
Physical Activity in the United States
259(1)
Causes of Poor Physical Fitness
260(1)
Evaluating Physical Fitness
260(2)
Programming for Physical Fitness
262(1)
Principles of Training
263(2)
Developing Training Programs
265(5)
Selected Fitness Problems
270(4)
Family Involvement in Active Lifestyles
274(1)
Implications for Physical Education
275(1)
Sport Conditioning
275(2)
Summary
277(1)
Review Questions
277(1)
Student Activities
277(1)
References
278(2)
Suggested Readings
280(1)
Recommended Websites
280(1)
Recommended Videos
281(1)
Children in Crisis: Psychosocial Delays
282(25)
Objectives
282(1)
Infant Mortality
283(1)
Alcohol and Other Drug Abuse
284(1)
Poverty and Homelessness
285(5)
Parental Instability
290(1)
School Violence and the Gang Culture
290(2)
Child Abuse and Neglect
292(4)
Teaching Strategies for Physical Educators Working with Children Who Have Been Abused
296(2)
Model Physical Education and Recreation Programs for At-Risk Children and Youth
298(4)
Psychological Goals and Objectives on the IEP
302(1)
Summary
302(1)
Review Questions
302(1)
Student Activities
303(1)
References
303(2)
Suggested Readings
305(1)
Recommended Websites
306(1)
Recommended Videos
306(1)
PART IV Needs of Specific Populations
307(316)
Infants, Toddlers, and Preschoolers
308(59)
Objectives
308(1)
The Potential of Quality Early Intervention
309(1)
The Eight Types of Intelligence---The Philosophical Foundation of Effective and Appropriate Early Intervention
309(2)
Developmentally Appropriate Assessment of Infants, Toddlers, and Preschoolers
311(1)
Guidelines for Screening and Assessment of Infants, Toddlers, and Preschoolers
312(1)
Transdisciplinary, Play-Based Assessment
313(5)
Comprehensive Motor Assessment
318(1)
Ecological Assessment
318(1)
The Portfolio Assessment Process
318(2)
Ages and Stages---Understanding Typical and Atypical Development
320(1)
Early Childhood Intervention Programs---Birth to Three Years
320(22)
The Preschool Program for Children Ages Three to Five Years
342(6)
The Indoor Active Learning Center
348(1)
The Outdoor Active Learning Center
349(4)
Preschool Inclusion Programs
353(3)
Responsibilities of the Adapted Physical Education Specialist
356(6)
Summary
362(1)
Review Questions
362(1)
Student Activities
362(1)
References
362(3)
Suggested Readings
365(1)
Recommended Websites
365(1)
Recommended Videos
366(1)
Mental Retardation
367(32)
Objectives
367(1)
Definition of Mental Retardation
368(1)
Incidence of Mental Retardation
369(1)
Causes of Mental Retardation
370(1)
Characteristics of Mental Retardation
370(4)
Testing to Determine Functioning Levels
374(1)
Fetal Alcohol Syndrome, Down Syndrome, and Fragile X Syndrome
375(3)
Teaching Strategies
378(1)
The Physical Education Program
379(11)
Community-Based Opportunities
390(3)
Summary
393(1)
Review Questions
393(1)
Student Activities
393(1)
References
394(4)
Suggested Readings
398(1)
Recommended Websites
398(1)
Recommended Videos
398(1)
Pervasive Developmental Disorders
399(31)
Objectives
399(1)
Pervasive Developmental Disorders
400(3)
Cognitive, Motor, Physical, Behavioral, and Psychosocial Characteristics
403(5)
Testing for PDD
408(1)
Teaching Strategies
409(1)
TEACCH
410(5)
Strategies for Maximizing Instructional Opportunity within an Inclusive Environment (If Appropriate)
415(9)
The Adult with PDD
424(1)
Summary
425(1)
Review Questions
425(1)
Student Activities
425(1)
References
426(3)
Suggested Readings
429(1)
Recommended Websites
429(1)
Recommended Videos
429(1)
Specific Learning Disability
430(15)
Objectives
430(1)
Definition of Specific Learning Disability
431(1)
Incidence of Specific Learning Disability
431(1)
Causes of Specific Learning Disability
431(2)
Characteristics of Specific Learning Disability
433(5)
Testing to Determine Motor Functioning Levels
438(1)
Teaching Strategies
438(4)
Summary
442(1)
Review Questions
442(1)
Student Activities
442(1)
References
442(2)
Suggested Readings
444(1)
Recommended Websites
444(1)
Recommended Videos
444(1)
Mental Health Disorders: Conduct, Behavior, and Emotional Disorders
445(25)
Objectives
445(1)
Definition of Conduct, Behavior, and Emotional Disorders
446(2)
Continuum of Conduct, Behavior, and Emotional Disorders
448(1)
Types of Conduct, Behavior, and Emotional Disorders
449(4)
Incidence of Conduct, Behavior, and Emotional Disorders
453(1)
Causes of Mental Health Disorders
454(1)
Characteristics of Learners with Mental Health Disorders
454(2)
Testing
456(1)
Special Considerations
457(1)
A Supportive Learning Environment for Children with Mental Health Disorders
458(1)
Teaching Strategies
459(3)
The Physical Education Program
462(2)
Modifications/Adaptations/Inclusion Techniques
464(1)
Community-Based Opportunities
464(1)
Summary
465(1)
Review Questions
465(1)
Student Activities
465(1)
References
466(2)
Suggested Readings
468(1)
Recommended Websites
468(1)
Recommended Videos
469(1)
Physically Disabling Conditions
470(56)
Objectives
470(1)
Definition and Scope of Physically Disabling Conditions
471(34)
Testing
505(2)
Modifications, Adaptations, and Inclusion Techniques
507(5)
Community-Based Opportunities
512(2)
Opportunities for Participation in Competition
514(3)
Summary
517(2)
Review Questions
519(1)
Student Activities
519(1)
References
519(5)
Suggested Readings
524(1)
Recommended Websites
524(1)
Recommended Videos
524(2)
Communicative Disorders
526(31)
Objectives
526(1)
Deafness and Hearing Impairments
527(18)
Speech and Language-Learning Disorders
545(7)
Summary
552(1)
Review Questions
552(1)
Student Activities
553(1)
References
553(2)
Suggested Readings
555(1)
Recommended Websites
556(1)
Recommended Videos
556(1)
Visual Impairments
557(24)
Objectives
557(1)
Definition of Visual Impairments
558(1)
Incidence of Visual Impairments
559(1)
Causes of Visual Impairments
559(1)
Characteristics of Visual Impairments
560(2)
Testing
562(2)
Special Considerations
564(1)
Teaching Strategies
565(5)
The Physical Education Program
570(3)
Modifications, Adaptations, and Inclusion Techniques
573(2)
Community-Based Activities
575(2)
Summary
577(1)
Review Questions
578(1)
Student Activities
578(1)
References
578(1)
Suggested Readings
579(1)
Recommended Websites
580(1)
Recommended Videos
580(1)
Other Health Impairments
581(42)
Objectives
581(1)
Attention Deficit Hyperactive Disorders
582(3)
AIDS
585(3)
Anemia
588(4)
Asthma
592(3)
Childhood Cancer
595(4)
Cystic Fibrosis
599(2)
Diabetes
601(6)
Prader-Willi Syndrome
607(3)
Premenstrual Syndrome and Dysmenorrhea
610(4)
Tourette Syndrome
614(2)
Summary
616(1)
Review Questions
617(1)
Student Activities
617(1)
References
617(4)
Suggested Readings
621(1)
Recommended Websites
621(1)
Recommended Videos
622(1)
Glossary 623(20)
Index 643


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