Are you in Canada? Click here to proceed to the HK Canada website.

For all other locations, click here to continue to the HK US website.

Human Kinetics Logo

Purchase Courses or Access Digital Products

If you are looking to purchase online videos, online courses or to access previously purchased digital products please press continue.

Mare Nostrum Logo

Purchase Print Products or eBooks

Human Kinetics print books and eBooks are now distributed by Mare Nostrum, throughout the UK, Europe, Africa and Middle East, delivered to you from their warehouse. Please visit our new UK website to purchase Human Kinetics printed or eBooks.

Feedback Icon Feedback Get $15 Off

Human Kinetics is moving to summer hours. Starting May 31 – August 2, our hours will be Mon – Thurs, 7am – 5pm CDT. Orders placed on Friday with digital products/online courses will be processed immediately. Orders with physical products will be processed on the next business day.

Teaching Disability Sport-TWU

Author: Ronald W. Davis

$44.25 USD

Ebook
$44.25 USD

ISBN: 9781718224919

©2024

Page Count: 281

Access Duration: 10 Years

vitalsource bookshelf
    Accessing our ebooks is as easy as 1-2-3
  1. We email you an access code after you place your order.
  2. You redeem the code on the VitalSource Bookshelf.
  3. Enjoy!

This custom ebook includes chapters from Teaching Disability Sport, Second Edition. It has been specifically designed for students taking the course Disability Sport and Modified Games (KINS 3143) at Texas Woman’s University.

Audience

Custom ebook for students taking the course Disability Sport and Modified Games (KINS 3143) at Texas Woman’s University.
Part I. Program Planning
Chapter 1. ABC Curriculum Model Overview
Program Planning
Assessing
Implementation Planning
Teaching
Evaluating
Summary

Chapter 2. Assessment
Educational Placement Decisions
Categories of Assessments
Creating Your Own Assessment Using This Text
Writing the IEP (Prescription) and Beginning Implementation Planning
Summary

Chapter 3. Implementation Planning, Teaching, and Evaluating
Implementation Planning
Teaching: Writing Lesson Plans
Program and Student Evaluating
Modifications and Environmental Interactions
Summary

Chapter 4. Implementing Disability Sport
ABC Model: Program Planning Using the Inclusion Index
Summary

Part II. Disability Sports, Skills, and Activities

Chapter 5. Wheelchair Basics
Forward Propulsion
Stopping the Wheelchair
Backward Propulsion
Stationary Pivot (Spin)
Moving Pivot (Spin)
Social Acceptance
Summary

Chapter 6. Wheelchair Basketball
Description of the Sport
Skills to Be Taught
Functional Profiles and General Modifications
Game Progressions
Games-by-Skill-Level Index: Low-Functioning Students
Game Descriptions
Games-by-Skill-Level Index: Moderate- to High-Functioning Students
Game Descriptions

Chapter 7. Indoor Wheelchair Soccer
Description of the Sport
Skills to Be Taught
Functional Profiles and General Modifications
Game Progressions
Games-by-Skill-Level Index: Low-Functioning Students
Game Descriptions
Games-by-Skill-Level Index: Moderate- to High-Functioning Students
Game Descriptions

Chapter 8. Sitting Volleyball
Description of the Sport
Skills to Be Taught
Functional Profiles and General Modifications
Game Progressions
Games-by-Skill-Level Index: Low-Functioning Students
Game Descriptions
Games-by-Skill-Level Index: Moderate- to High-Functioning Students
Game Descriptions

Chapter 9. Wheelchair Tennis
Description of the Sport
Skills to Be Taught
Functional Profiles and General Modifications
Game Progressions
Games-by-Skill-Level Index: Low-Functioning Students
Game Descriptions
Games-by-Skill-Level Index: Moderate- to High-Functioning Students
Game Descriptions

Chapter 10. Goalball
Description of the Sport
Skills to Be Taught
Functional Profiles and General Modifications
Game Progressions
Games-by-Skill-Level Index: Low-Functioning Students
Game Descriptions
Games-by-Skill-Level Index: Moderate- to High-Functioning Students
Game Descriptions

Chapter 11. Slalom
Description of the Sport
Skills to Be Taught
Functional Profiles and General Modifications
Game Progressions
Games-by-Skill-Level Index
Game Descriptions

Chapter 12. Boccia
Description of the Sport
Skills to Be Taught
Functional Profiles and General Modifications
Game Progressions
Games-by-Skill-Level Index: Low-Functioning Students
Game Descriptions
Games-by-Skill-Level Index: Moderate- to High-Functioning Students
Game Descriptions

Appendix A. Wheelchair Selection and Fitting
Appendix B. Adapted Sports and Activities Web Addresses
Ronald W. Davis, PhD, is a professor of adapted physical education in the department of kinesiology at Texas Women’s University. He has almost 30 years of experience in higher education promoting professional development and advocating for people with disabilities. A former disability sport coach and referee, Davis was director of athlete classification for the 1996 Atlanta Paralympics. He has also served as project director for professional preparation training grants from the U.S. Department of Education, Division of Special Education (for students studying adapted physical education).

Davis has published extensively both nationally and internationally on injuries to elite athletes with disabilities, legal mandates for those with disabilities, training for people with disabilities, and related topics. He has been president of the National Consortium for Physical Education and Recreation for Individuals with Disabilities (NCPERID) and a member of the editorial board for the Journal for Physical Education, Recreation and Dance. He enjoys biking and spending time with his family.

Customer Reviews

Be the first to write a review
0%
(0)
0%
(0)
0%
(0)
0%
(0)
0%
(0)
Ronald W. Davis

Teaching Disability Sport-TWU

$44.25 USD
This custom ebook includes chapters from Teaching Disability Sport, Second Edition. It has been specifically designed for students taking the course Disability Sport and Modified Games (KINS 3143) at Texas Woman’s University.

Audience

Custom ebook for students taking the course Disability Sport and Modified Games (KINS 3143) at Texas Woman’s University.
Part I. Program Planning
Chapter 1. ABC Curriculum Model Overview
Program Planning
Assessing
Implementation Planning
Teaching
Evaluating
Summary

Chapter 2. Assessment
Educational Placement Decisions
Categories of Assessments
Creating Your Own Assessment Using This Text
Writing the IEP (Prescription) and Beginning Implementation Planning
Summary

Chapter 3. Implementation Planning, Teaching, and Evaluating
Implementation Planning
Teaching: Writing Lesson Plans
Program and Student Evaluating
Modifications and Environmental Interactions
Summary

Chapter 4. Implementing Disability Sport
ABC Model: Program Planning Using the Inclusion Index
Summary

Part II. Disability Sports, Skills, and Activities

Chapter 5. Wheelchair Basics
Forward Propulsion
Stopping the Wheelchair
Backward Propulsion
Stationary Pivot (Spin)
Moving Pivot (Spin)
Social Acceptance
Summary

Chapter 6. Wheelchair Basketball
Description of the Sport
Skills to Be Taught
Functional Profiles and General Modifications
Game Progressions
Games-by-Skill-Level Index: Low-Functioning Students
Game Descriptions
Games-by-Skill-Level Index: Moderate- to High-Functioning Students
Game Descriptions

Chapter 7. Indoor Wheelchair Soccer
Description of the Sport
Skills to Be Taught
Functional Profiles and General Modifications
Game Progressions
Games-by-Skill-Level Index: Low-Functioning Students
Game Descriptions
Games-by-Skill-Level Index: Moderate- to High-Functioning Students
Game Descriptions

Chapter 8. Sitting Volleyball
Description of the Sport
Skills to Be Taught
Functional Profiles and General Modifications
Game Progressions
Games-by-Skill-Level Index: Low-Functioning Students
Game Descriptions
Games-by-Skill-Level Index: Moderate- to High-Functioning Students
Game Descriptions

Chapter 9. Wheelchair Tennis
Description of the Sport
Skills to Be Taught
Functional Profiles and General Modifications
Game Progressions
Games-by-Skill-Level Index: Low-Functioning Students
Game Descriptions
Games-by-Skill-Level Index: Moderate- to High-Functioning Students
Game Descriptions

Chapter 10. Goalball
Description of the Sport
Skills to Be Taught
Functional Profiles and General Modifications
Game Progressions
Games-by-Skill-Level Index: Low-Functioning Students
Game Descriptions
Games-by-Skill-Level Index: Moderate- to High-Functioning Students
Game Descriptions

Chapter 11. Slalom
Description of the Sport
Skills to Be Taught
Functional Profiles and General Modifications
Game Progressions
Games-by-Skill-Level Index
Game Descriptions

Chapter 12. Boccia
Description of the Sport
Skills to Be Taught
Functional Profiles and General Modifications
Game Progressions
Games-by-Skill-Level Index: Low-Functioning Students
Game Descriptions
Games-by-Skill-Level Index: Moderate- to High-Functioning Students
Game Descriptions

Appendix A. Wheelchair Selection and Fitting
Appendix B. Adapted Sports and Activities Web Addresses
Ronald W. Davis, PhD, is a professor of adapted physical education in the department of kinesiology at Texas Women’s University. He has almost 30 years of experience in higher education promoting professional development and advocating for people with disabilities. A former disability sport coach and referee, Davis was director of athlete classification for the 1996 Atlanta Paralympics. He has also served as project director for professional preparation training grants from the U.S. Department of Education, Division of Special Education (for students studying adapted physical education).

Davis has published extensively both nationally and internationally on injuries to elite athletes with disabilities, legal mandates for those with disabilities, training for people with disabilities, and related topics. He has been president of the National Consortium for Physical Education and Recreation for Individuals with Disabilities (NCPERID) and a member of the editorial board for the Journal for Physical Education, Recreation and Dance. He enjoys biking and spending time with his family.

Title

  • Ebook
View product