All good education is special education

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The power of connectedness as educators and the state of Adapted Physical Education: NAPEC Keynote

This is a recording of the first live podcast at the 47thAnnual National Adapted Physical Education Conference (NAPEC) in San Diego, California. The conference’s parent […]

Adapted Physical Education National Standards and Exam

Oftentimes, adapted physical educators are thought to be synonymous with physical and occupational therapists. However, they are very different in both their knowledge and the […]

The dissertation process and special education administrator's understanding of adapted physical education

Hello APE podcast listeners/readers! This post/podcast is different than most, as I made a post/podcast that focused on my experience of going through the dissertation […]

APE Teaching Endorsements: Why they are important and why we should advocate for them

In this episode, I had an in-depth conversation about the need for APE teaching endorsements at the state and national level with Dr. Suzanna Dillon, […]

NCPHAD: Building Healthy Communities Part 2

I am excited to be bringing you a new episode of What's New in Adapted Physical Education (APE). This episode is the second part of […]

Service Learning in APE: Part 2

In this part 2 episode, I continued my in-depth conversation with Dr. Monica Lepore, an APE professor at the West Chester University of Pennsylvania. Dr. Lepore […]

NCPHAD: Building Healthy Communities Part 1

I am excited to be bringing you a new episode of What's New in Adapted Physical Education (APE). This episode focused on NCPHAD: Building Healthy […]

Service Learning in APE: Part 1

In this episode, I had an in-depth conversation with Dr. Monica Lepore, an APE professor at the West Chester University of Pennsylvania. Dr. Lepore recently was […]

SHAPE America Reflection and Book Review on Assessment in Adapted Physical Activity

Hello APE podcast listeners/readers! This post is different than most, as it is focused on my experience at the SHAPE America conference this year and […]

Region 10 Part 2: A Regional APE Center in Texas

I am excited to be bringing you a new episode on adapted physical education (APE). This episode picks up from where we left off in […]

Region 10: A Regional APE Center in Texas

I am excited to be bringing you a new episode on adapted physical education (APE). This episode specifically focused on a regional center (Region 10) […]

Transition in APE: Part 2

In this episode, part two of a two part episode, I had an in-depth conversation with two experts on the transition process and how to […]

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