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This custom ebook includes chapters from Adapted Physical Education and Sport, Seventh Edition, and Inclusive Physical Activity, Second Edition. It has been specifically designed for students taking the course Inclusive Physical Activity Programming for Diverse & Special Populations (TLS 373) at University of Arizona.

Audience

Custom ebook for students taking the course Inclusive Physical Activity Programming for Diverse & Special Populations (TLS 373) at University of Arizona.
Health, Physical Activity, and Individuals With Ability Differences
From Inclusive Physical Activity, Second Edition

An Inclusive Physical Activity Approach
From Inclusive Physical Activity, Second Edition

Overcoming Barriers to Inclusive Physical Activity
From Inclusive Physical Activity, Second Edition

Program Focus and Assessment
From Inclusive Physical Activity, Second Edition

A Functional Approach to Modifying Movement Experiences
From Inclusive Physical Activity, Second Edition

Introduction to Adapted Physical Education and Sport
Joseph P. Winnick and David L. Porretta
From Adapted Physical Education and Sport, Seventh Edition

Intellectual Disabilities
Lauren K. Cavanaugh and Linda C. Hilgenbrinck
From Adapted Physical Education and Sport, Seventh Edition

Behavioral Disabilities
E. Michael Loovis
From Adapted Physical Education and Sport, Seventh Edition

Autism Spectrum and Social Communication Disorders Autism Spectrum and Social Communication Disorders
Cathy Houston-Wilson
From Adapted Physical Education and Sport, Seventh Edition

Specific Learning Disabilities
Barry W. Lavay and Melissa D. Bittner
From Adapted Physical Education and Sport, Seventh Edition

Visual Impairments
Lauren J. Lieberman and Lindsay Ball
From Adapted Physical Education and Sport, Seventh Edition

Deaf, Hard of Hearing, or Deafblind
Lauren J. Lieberman
From Adapted Physical Education and Sport, Seventh Edition

Cerebral Palsy, Traumatic Brain Injury, and Stroke
David L. Porretta and Justin A. Haegele
From Adapted Physical Education and Sport, Seventh Edition

Amputations, Dwarfism, and Les Autres
Justin A. Haegele and David L. Porretta
From Adapted Physical Education and Sport, Seventh Edition

Spinal Cord Disabilities and Other Spinal Conditions
Wesley J. Wilson and Luke E. Kelly
From Adapted Physical Education and Sport, Seventh Edition

Perceptual–Motor Development
Barry W. Lavay and Melissa D. Bittner
From Adapted Physical Education and Sport, Seventh Edition

Adventure Sports and Activities
Sue Sutherland
From Adapted Physical Education and Sport, Seventh Edition

Appendix A
From Adapted Physical Education and Sport, Seventh Edition

Appendix C
From Adapted Physical Education and Sport, Seventh Edition
 
Joseph P. Winnick, EdD, passed away in 2019. He was a distinguished service professor in the department of kinesiology, sport studies, and physical education at State University of New York at Brockport. He received his bachelor’s degree from Ithaca College and his master’s and doctoral degrees from Temple University. For more than 50 years, Winnick taught undergraduate and graduate courses in adapted physical education at Brockport in addition to developing and coordinating programs for adapted physical education. He also directed nationwide research projects related to the physical fitness of people with disabilities and was involved in the publication of the Brockport Physical Fitness Test and support materials.

Winnick had been president and a board member of the National Consortium for Physical Education for Individuals With Disabilities and a consultant for the U.S. Department of Education since 1969. He also served as a reviewer for several professional journals, had more than 70 publications to his credit, and was a member of SHAPE America. His previous editions of Adapted Physical Education and Sport have been translated into five languages.

David L. Porretta, PhD, is an emeritus professor at Ohio State University and has taught undergraduate and graduate courses in adapted physical education for over 35 years. He earned his BS from Niagara University, his MS from Ithaca College, and his PhD from Temple University. Porretta has numerous major scholarly publications and a continuous record of external funding. He has served as editor of, and on the editorial board of, Adapted Physical Activity Quarterly (APAQ). He is a fellow of the National Academy of Kinesiology, the International Federation of Adapted Physical Activity, and the Research Council of SHAPE America. Porretta is the recipient of the Julian U. Stein Lifetime Achievement Award from SHAPE America as well as the recipient of the Hollis Fait Scholarly Contribution Award and G. Lawrence Rarick Research Award, both from the National Consortium for Physical Education for Individuals with Disabilities (NCPEID). He also served as NCPEID’s president. Porretta has been a contributing author to all previous editions of Adapted Physical Education and Sport. He enjoys golf, traveling, and attending Ohio State sporting events.

Susan L. Kasser, PhD, is an associate professor in the department of rehabilitation and movement science at the University of Vermont at Burlington, where she teaches courses pertaining to inclusive physical activity. She holds a doctorate in movement studies in disability from Oregon State University.

Kasser has over 20 years of teaching experience in community- and school-based physical activity programs involving individuals with diverse abilities. She has presented on both national and international levels in the area of inclusive physical activity. Kasser has also developed many community-based exercise programs for adults with chronic conditions and disabilities, including the Individualized Exercise for Active Lifestyles (IDEAL) program, which has served more than 75 adults with multiple sclerosis since 1998.

In 2012 she received the Outstanding Faculty Award from the College of Nursing and Health Sciences at the University of Vermont. Kasser also received the 2001 Outstanding Educator Award from the Vermont Association for Health, Physical Education, Recreation and Dance and the 2000 Kroepsch-Maurice Excellence in Teaching Award from the University of Vermont.

Kasser resides in Jericho, Vermont, where she enjoys hiking, kayaking, and backpacking in her free time.

Rebecca K. Lytle, PhD, is a professor in the department of kinesiology at California State University at Chico, where she teaches courses in adapted physical education and motor development. Lytle has been teaching in higher education since 1992. She also taught as an adapted physical education teacher in the public schools from 1988 to 1996 and was a school consultant from 2000 to 2002.

Lytle has published numerous articles for refereed journals and coauthored three books and six book chapters on adapted physical activity. She has presented at the state, national, and international levels and has served as consultant or coordinator for several community-based physical activity and motor skill assessment programs for both children and adults.  

She is a member of the International Council for Health, Physical Education, Recreation, Sport and Dance (ICHPER-SD); Council for Exceptional Children (CEC); International Federation of Adapted Physical Activity (IFAPA); National Consortium for Physical Education and Recreation for Individuals with Disabilities (NCPERID); Adapted Physical Activity Council (APAC); Northern California Adapted Physical Education Consortium (NCAPEC); American Alliance for Health, Physical Education, Recreation and Dance (AAHPERD); California Association for Health, Physical Education, Recreation and Dance (CAHPERD); and California Teachers Association (CTA). Lytle also serves as chair of the National Adapted Physical Activity Council of AAHPERD and chair of the California State Council on Adapted Physical Education.

Lytle and her husband, Donald, reside in Chico. In her free time she enjoys playing with children, walking and hiking, and playing baseball and softball.

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Joseph Winnick,David L. Porretta,Susan L. Kasser,Rebecca K. Lytle

Inclusive Physical Activity-UA

$65.73 USD
This custom ebook includes chapters from Adapted Physical Education and Sport, Seventh Edition, and Inclusive Physical Activity, Second Edition. It has been specifically designed for students taking the course Inclusive Physical Activity Programming for Diverse & Special Populations (TLS 373) at University of Arizona.

Audience

Custom ebook for students taking the course Inclusive Physical Activity Programming for Diverse & Special Populations (TLS 373) at University of Arizona.
Health, Physical Activity, and Individuals With Ability Differences
From Inclusive Physical Activity, Second Edition

An Inclusive Physical Activity Approach
From Inclusive Physical Activity, Second Edition

Overcoming Barriers to Inclusive Physical Activity
From Inclusive Physical Activity, Second Edition

Program Focus and Assessment
From Inclusive Physical Activity, Second Edition

A Functional Approach to Modifying Movement Experiences
From Inclusive Physical Activity, Second Edition

Introduction to Adapted Physical Education and Sport
Joseph P. Winnick and David L. Porretta
From Adapted Physical Education and Sport, Seventh Edition

Intellectual Disabilities
Lauren K. Cavanaugh and Linda C. Hilgenbrinck
From Adapted Physical Education and Sport, Seventh Edition

Behavioral Disabilities
E. Michael Loovis
From Adapted Physical Education and Sport, Seventh Edition

Autism Spectrum and Social Communication Disorders Autism Spectrum and Social Communication Disorders
Cathy Houston-Wilson
From Adapted Physical Education and Sport, Seventh Edition

Specific Learning Disabilities
Barry W. Lavay and Melissa D. Bittner
From Adapted Physical Education and Sport, Seventh Edition

Visual Impairments
Lauren J. Lieberman and Lindsay Ball
From Adapted Physical Education and Sport, Seventh Edition

Deaf, Hard of Hearing, or Deafblind
Lauren J. Lieberman
From Adapted Physical Education and Sport, Seventh Edition

Cerebral Palsy, Traumatic Brain Injury, and Stroke
David L. Porretta and Justin A. Haegele
From Adapted Physical Education and Sport, Seventh Edition

Amputations, Dwarfism, and Les Autres
Justin A. Haegele and David L. Porretta
From Adapted Physical Education and Sport, Seventh Edition

Spinal Cord Disabilities and Other Spinal Conditions
Wesley J. Wilson and Luke E. Kelly
From Adapted Physical Education and Sport, Seventh Edition

Perceptual–Motor Development
Barry W. Lavay and Melissa D. Bittner
From Adapted Physical Education and Sport, Seventh Edition

Adventure Sports and Activities
Sue Sutherland
From Adapted Physical Education and Sport, Seventh Edition

Appendix A
From Adapted Physical Education and Sport, Seventh Edition

Appendix C
From Adapted Physical Education and Sport, Seventh Edition
 
Joseph P. Winnick, EdD, passed away in 2019. He was a distinguished service professor in the department of kinesiology, sport studies, and physical education at State University of New York at Brockport. He received his bachelor’s degree from Ithaca College and his master’s and doctoral degrees from Temple University. For more than 50 years, Winnick taught undergraduate and graduate courses in adapted physical education at Brockport in addition to developing and coordinating programs for adapted physical education. He also directed nationwide research projects related to the physical fitness of people with disabilities and was involved in the publication of the Brockport Physical Fitness Test and support materials.

Winnick had been president and a board member of the National Consortium for Physical Education for Individuals With Disabilities and a consultant for the U.S. Department of Education since 1969. He also served as a reviewer for several professional journals, had more than 70 publications to his credit, and was a member of SHAPE America. His previous editions of Adapted Physical Education and Sport have been translated into five languages.

David L. Porretta, PhD, is an emeritus professor at Ohio State University and has taught undergraduate and graduate courses in adapted physical education for over 35 years. He earned his BS from Niagara University, his MS from Ithaca College, and his PhD from Temple University. Porretta has numerous major scholarly publications and a continuous record of external funding. He has served as editor of, and on the editorial board of, Adapted Physical Activity Quarterly (APAQ). He is a fellow of the National Academy of Kinesiology, the International Federation of Adapted Physical Activity, and the Research Council of SHAPE America. Porretta is the recipient of the Julian U. Stein Lifetime Achievement Award from SHAPE America as well as the recipient of the Hollis Fait Scholarly Contribution Award and G. Lawrence Rarick Research Award, both from the National Consortium for Physical Education for Individuals with Disabilities (NCPEID). He also served as NCPEID’s president. Porretta has been a contributing author to all previous editions of Adapted Physical Education and Sport. He enjoys golf, traveling, and attending Ohio State sporting events.

Susan L. Kasser, PhD, is an associate professor in the department of rehabilitation and movement science at the University of Vermont at Burlington, where she teaches courses pertaining to inclusive physical activity. She holds a doctorate in movement studies in disability from Oregon State University.

Kasser has over 20 years of teaching experience in community- and school-based physical activity programs involving individuals with diverse abilities. She has presented on both national and international levels in the area of inclusive physical activity. Kasser has also developed many community-based exercise programs for adults with chronic conditions and disabilities, including the Individualized Exercise for Active Lifestyles (IDEAL) program, which has served more than 75 adults with multiple sclerosis since 1998.

In 2012 she received the Outstanding Faculty Award from the College of Nursing and Health Sciences at the University of Vermont. Kasser also received the 2001 Outstanding Educator Award from the Vermont Association for Health, Physical Education, Recreation and Dance and the 2000 Kroepsch-Maurice Excellence in Teaching Award from the University of Vermont.

Kasser resides in Jericho, Vermont, where she enjoys hiking, kayaking, and backpacking in her free time.

Rebecca K. Lytle, PhD, is a professor in the department of kinesiology at California State University at Chico, where she teaches courses in adapted physical education and motor development. Lytle has been teaching in higher education since 1992. She also taught as an adapted physical education teacher in the public schools from 1988 to 1996 and was a school consultant from 2000 to 2002.

Lytle has published numerous articles for refereed journals and coauthored three books and six book chapters on adapted physical activity. She has presented at the state, national, and international levels and has served as consultant or coordinator for several community-based physical activity and motor skill assessment programs for both children and adults.  

She is a member of the International Council for Health, Physical Education, Recreation, Sport and Dance (ICHPER-SD); Council for Exceptional Children (CEC); International Federation of Adapted Physical Activity (IFAPA); National Consortium for Physical Education and Recreation for Individuals with Disabilities (NCPERID); Adapted Physical Activity Council (APAC); Northern California Adapted Physical Education Consortium (NCAPEC); American Alliance for Health, Physical Education, Recreation and Dance (AAHPERD); California Association for Health, Physical Education, Recreation and Dance (CAHPERD); and California Teachers Association (CTA). Lytle also serves as chair of the National Adapted Physical Activity Council of AAHPERD and chair of the California State Council on Adapted Physical Education.

Lytle and her husband, Donald, reside in Chico. In her free time she enjoys playing with children, walking and hiking, and playing baseball and softball.

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