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This completely updated, new edition of Strategies for Inclusion sports two brand new chapters and a in-bound CD-ROM containing lots of practical, ready-to-use forms, checklists, assessments and more. The first of the new chapters focuses on Positive Behaviorial Support and provides proven methods for managing student behaviour -one of the biggest challenges facing teachers today. The second new chapter on Support Personnel gives great tips for getting everyone involved; learning from the same page. The plan for this new edition has been to build on the rock solid foundations of the first edition by integrating even more practical applications to help both experienced teachers and teachers-to-be implement the book's remarkable content, fast. Now teacher's can get up-to-date on the latest and most useful strategies for successfully integrating children with disabilities in physical education. Strategies for Inclusion: A Handbook for Physical Educators 2nd Edition dispels the myths about instructing children with disabilities and provides guidelines for appropriate inclusion in the least restrictive environment.
Table of Contents
|How to Use This Book and CD-ROM|
|The Move to Include|
|A Historical Perspective Legislative Mandates Roles and Responsibilities of the General Physical Education Teacher|
|Roles and Responsibilities of the Adapted Physical Education Specialist|
|Effectiveness of Inclusion Summary|
|Assessment: The Cornerstone of Effective Instruction|
|Features of Effective Assessment|
|Traditional Assessment Techniques|
|New Assessment Options|
|Exploring Individualized Education Plans|
|The Individualized Education Plan (IEP)|
|The IEP Process|
|Members of the Multidisciplinary Team and Their Roles|
|The Role of the Physical Educator in the IEP Process|
|Attending IEP Meetings|
|Incorporating Goals and Objectives Into the General Physical Education Class|
|Managing Student Behavior|
|Strategizing to Avoid Behavioral Problems|
|Determining the Cause of Inappropriate Behavior|
|Intervention Strategies to Increase the Likelihood of Appropriate Behavior|
|Decreasing the Likelihood of Inappropriate Behavior|
|Adapting Activities: A Universal Design for Learning|
|Theoretical Constructs Driving the Move to Adapt|
|Philosophy of Adapting Activities|
|Universal Design for Learning|
|Types of Adaptation|
|Support Service: Making Inclusion a Reality|
|Pre-Preparation College Students|
|Creating an Atmosphere for Achievement|
|Creating Leadership Opportunities|
|Strategies for Inclusion|
|Sports Skills and Teamwork|
|Health and Fitness|
|Aquatics and Swimming|
|Recreation and Life Skills|
|Backpacking and Hiking|
|Skating and In-Line Skating|
|Disabilities in Kid Terms|
|Disability Awareness Program|
|Aquatic Skills Checklist|
|Disability Sport Organizations|
|Directors of Special Education for U.S. States and Territories|
|Parent Web Sites|
|Inspirational Books About Role Models|
|Adapted Physical Education National Standards|
|About the Authors|
|CD-ROM User Instructions|
|Table of Contents provided by Publisher. All Rights Reserved.|