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Physical Education for Children: CSU-Fresno

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    Ebook

    This custom ebook includes chapters from Teaching Children and Adolescents Physical Education, Fourth Edition; Lesson Planning for Elementary Physical Education; and Universal Design for Learning in Physical Education. It has been specifically designed for students taking the course Physical Education for Children (KINES 152) at California State University–Fresno.

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    Custom ebook for students taking the course Physical Education for Children (KINES 152) at California State University–Fresno.

    Table of Contents

    Successful Teaching
    From Teaching Children and Adolescents Physical Education, Fourth Edition

    Creating a Positive Learning Environment
    From Teaching Children and Adolescents Physical Education, Fourth Edition

    Meeting the National Standards and Grade-Level Outcomes in Elementary School
    From Lesson Planning for Elementary Physical Education

    Writing the Lesson Plan
    From Teaching Children and Adolescents Physical Education, Fourth Edition

    Applying the Universal Design for Learning Guidelines to Physical Education
    From Universal Design for Learning in Physical Education

    The Time Is Now: UDL in Physical Education
    From Lesson Planning for Elementary Physical Education

    Getting the Lesson Started
    From Teaching Children and Adolescents Physical Education, Fourth Edition

    Instructing and Demonstrating
    From Teaching Children and Adolescents Physical Education, Fourth Edition

    Motivating Students to Practice
    From Teaching Children and Adolescents Physical Education, Fourth Edition

    Minimizing Off-Task Behavior and Discipline Problems
    From Teaching Children and Adolescents Physical Education, Fourth Edition

    Building Positive Feelings
    From Teaching Children and Adolescents Physical Education, Fourth Edition

    Teaching for Competency in Health-Related Fitness
    From Lesson Planning for Elementary Physical Education

    Teaching for Competency in Movement Concepts
    From Lesson Planning for Elementary Physical Education

    Teaching for Competency in Locomotor Skills
    From Lesson Planning for Elementary Physical Education

    Teaching for Competency in Nonlocomotor Skills
    From Lesson Planning for Elementary Physical Education

    Teaching for Competency in Manipulative Skills
    From Lesson Planning for Elementary Physical Education

    Universally Designed Lesson Plans for Elementary PE
    From Universal Design for Learning in Physical Education

    Universally Designed Lesson Plans for Fitness
    From Universal Design for Learning in Physical Education

    Appendix A
    From Lesson Planning for Elementary Physical Education

    Appendix B
    From Lesson Planning for Elementary Physical Education

    Author

    George Graham, PhD, is an award-winning university professor and public school physical education instructor who was named to the NASPE Hall of Fame in 2007. He is the author of Children Moving, currently in its ninth edition and used in more than 250 universities throughout the United States. Graham has spoken on the topic of positive physical education on CBS This Morning, CNN, and National Public Radio. He also has been cited in USA Today, the Harvard Review, and the Washington Post.

    Eloise Elliott, PhD, is a Ware Distinguished Professor at West Virginia University, where she leads initiatives to improve the physical activity participation of children. She has developed and taught university physical education teaching courses and conducted teacher training. She developed and oversees a web-based resource to help teachers include physical activity in the preK-8 classroom. A former public school physical education teacher, Elliott was appointed to the national President’s Council on Sports, Fitness and Nutrition science board.

    Steve Palmer, PhD, is associate dean at Northern Arizona University (NAU) in Flagstaff. His background includes 15 years in physical education teacher education and research. He also has taught elementary and middle school physical education. Palmer leads and coordinates NAU’s physical education teacher education program. He has published numerous papers related to physical education curriculum and teaching.

    Shirley Holt/Hale, PhD, is a retired physical educator from Linden Elementary School in Oak Ridge, Tennessee, where she taught physical education for 38 years. Dr. Holt/Hale is a former National Elementary Physical Education Teacher of the Year and has served as president of both the American Alliance for Health, Physical Education, Recreation and Dance (now SHAPE America) and the National Association for Sport and Physical Education. She is the coauthor of Children Moving: A Reflective Approach to Teaching Physical Education (in its ninth edition), and a contributing author for three other texts. She served as a member of the task force for the revision of the National Standards & Grade-Level Outcomes for K-12 Physical Education. Dr. Holt/Hale is a consultant in elementary physical education curriculum, assessment, and curriculum mapping throughout the United States.

    Tina J. Hall, PhD, is an associate professor in the department of health and human performance at Middle Tennessee State University. She taught elementary and middle school physical education for 18 years and has been in physical education teacher education since 2003. Dr. Hall has conducted numerous curriculum and content workshops and in-services for physical education teachers across the nation. She is the coauthor of Schoolwide Physical Activity: A Comprehensive Guide to Designing and Conducting Programs and Teaching Children Gymnastics. Dr. Hall is also an author of several articles in refereed publications.

    Lauren J. Lieberman, PhD, is a distinguished service professor at the College at Brockport, State University of New York. She has taught higher education since 1995 and previously taught at Perkins School for the Blind. She teaches undergraduate and graduate courses in adapted physical education. She is on the editorial board of the Journal of Physical Education, Recreation and Dance (JOPERD).

    Lieberman has written 20 books on adapted physical education and more than 130 peer-reviewed articles. She started Camp Abilities, an overnight educational sports camp for children with visual impairments. This camp is now replicated in 20 states and eight countries. She was awarded a Global Fulbright Scholarship to replicate Camp Abilities in Ghana, Ireland, and Brazil in fall 2019.

    Lieberman is past chair of the Adapted Physical Activity Council (APAC). She is currently on the board of the division of recreation and sport for the Association for Education and Rehabilitation of the Blind and Visually Impaired, and she has served on the board of the United States Association of Blind Athletes (USABA). In her leisure time, she enjoys playing Ultimate Frisbee, biking, running, kayaking, hiking, reading, and playing the guitar.

    Michelle Grenier, PhD, is an associate professor and coordinator of the adapted physical education program at the University of New Hampshire. She has substantial experience working in the field of physical education and utilizing inclusive strategies for students with disabilities. She is an accomplished researcher and is editor of the text Physical Education for Students With Autism Spectrum Disorders. Dr. Grenier is internationally recognized for her work on inclusion and has presented extensively on her research. She is the incoming president of the National Consortium for Physical Education for Individuals with Disabilities (NCPEID).

    Ali Brian, PhD, is an associate professor in the department of physical education and the director of the Adapted Physical Education/Activity Research lab at the University of South Carolina. Her teaching includes adapted physical education, elementary physical education methods, motor development, assessment and instrumentation, and research methods. Dr. Brian’s research, which includes over 120 presentations and 60 peer reviewed articles, focuses on creating ecologically valid intervention strategies for preschool-aged children with and without disabilities as well as youth with visual impairments. Dr. Brian also focuses on exploring underlying mechanisms that support positive developmental trajectories for health for all children. She is the research director for the Institute of Movement Studies for Individuals with Visual Impairments (IMSVI) and a member of the SHAPE America research council, the National Consortium for Physical Education for Individuals with Disabilities (NCPEID) executive committee, and the International Motor Development Research Consortium (I-MDRC) executive committee. Dr. Brian also is on the editorial board for Physical Education and Sport Pedagogy and is an associate editor of Research Quarterly for Exercise and Sport.

    Katrina Arndt, PhD, is a professor of inclusive education at St. John Fisher College. Prior to entering higher education, she was a paraprofessional and teacher in the public schools in Minneapolis, Minnesota, and the Rochester, New York, area for many years. Arndt’s research interests include support for students with disabilities in inclusive settings, inclusion of students who are deaf-blind, and critical analysis of text and film representations of disability. She is the coauthor of the books Teach Everyone and Picture Inclusion! and the 2019 recipient of Starbridge’s Inclusion Award.

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    Physical Education For Children:CSU FRESNO

    This book is easy to understand and covers the most outstanding topics. Clear and easy to follow and the price is worth it.