APE Student Teacher & Mentor Teacher Relationships

 Hello APE Podcast Listeners! This episode was led by repeat guest hosts from California State University, Long Beach: Dr. Barry Lavay (APE Professor, @BarryLavay) and Dr. Melissa Bittner (APE Professor, @MBittner_APE). In this episode we join them in one of their undergraduate APE classes, where they had a panel of recent APE student teachers and their mentors they worked with in the field. They go in-depth and discuss their experiences, how they navigated the pandemic and student teaching, and the keys to becoming a successful APE teacher. A variety of other topics are touched on. For example, they discuss the use of technology in synchronous and asynchronous learning environments, and even discuss the use of the CSULB virtual APE app they created. In addition, they discuss Camp Nugget, which is a 4-week program that provides small group instruction to children with disabilities in the areas of aquatics, motor skills, health-related physical fitness, dance, and adapted sports. Please see the flyer to sign up to participate virtually! See the transcripts for this conversation. 

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