All good education is special education

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APE Teachers Experiences with School Administrators: An Interview with Dr. Kevin Richards

 Listen in on Dr. Kevin Richards (@KARRichards14) and Dr. Scott McNamara as they discuss their shared research around the Physical Education and Adapted Physical Education […]

NCPEID Collaborative: Selecting APE Doctoral Programs

  Hello What's New in APE Podcast listeners. For this episode, we were able to recover a "lost episode" of the NCPEID collaborative from this […]

Biomechanics and Motor Learning in APA: A Conversation with Dr. Ron Croce

 Welcome to another episode of What's New in APE! For this episode we had a discussion with Dr. Ron Croce, a full professor at the […]

Revisiting the Inclusion Illusion: Evolving Thoughts and Issues of Unintentional Harm

Hello all and welcome to another episode of What's New in APE! For this episode, I spoke with Dr. Justin Haegele about his most recent […]

Impact of OSEP Personnel Development Grants on the APE Profession

Listen in on this very interesting podcast, where we have a different format where myself and our guest co-host Dr. Garth Tymeson (Emeritus Professor @ […]

Adapted Aquatics and APE Teaching Tips

 Listen in on the May NCPEID APE Collaborative, featuring two well-experienced guest veterans in the field of APA, to discuss current issues in adapted aquatics […]

Physical Education for Students with Disabilities in North American and European Contexts

 Listen in on the March NCPEID collaborative featuring a panel of experts in the Adapted Physical Activity (APA) field, as they discuss what’s going on […]

The Gatekeepers to Fitness: A conversation with Dr. Healy about Fitness Industry Barriers to People with Disabilities

 This podcast features Dr. Sean Healy from the School of Nursing, Psychotherapy, and Community Health at Dublin City University in Ireland. Dr. Healy has studied […]

Mentoring New APE Faculty

 A continuation of the podcast discussion on APE hiring and mentoring processes with recurring guest speakers Dr. Barry Lavay (@BarryLavay), Professor Emeritus who recently retired […]

Hiring New APE Faculty to Continue a Strong APE Program and Help Preserve the Profession

 In this podcast we talk to Dr. Barry Lavay (@BarryLavay), Professor Emeritus who recently retired and was a full professor of APE at California State […]

February NCPEID Collaborative: APE Fundraising & Grant Funding

 Listen in on the February NCPEID collaborative featuring guest speakers Dr. Rebecca Lytle and Danielle Musser! Dr. Lytle, professor and APE program coordinator at California […]

Kakana: An online fitness program for individuals with disabilities

 For this episode of What's New in APE, I led a discussion with Matt Ney, who is the founder of the new company called Kakana. […]

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