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The ISAPA Conference: Part 2 An Interview with a Research Presenter Dr. Justin Haegele

Welcome back to the What's New in Adapted Physical Education (APE) podcast/blog page! In this episode we will continue our conversation about the International Symposium of Adapted Physical […]

The ISAPA Conference: Part 1 An Interview with the ISAPA President Dr. Martin Block

Welcome back to the What's New in Adapted Physical Education (APE) podcast/blog page! In today's very special episode we had an interview with Dr. Martin Block about […]

Inclusion vs. integrated physical education: A discussion with Dr. Justin Haegele

Hello podcasters and welcome back for a brand new episode of What's New in Adapted Physical Education (APE)! For this episode we had a very […]

Lakeshore Foundation: A leader in advocacy, programming, and research in adapted physical activity

The Lakeshore Foundation is an organization aimed instilling lifelong wellness in people with disabilities and those with chronic health conditions through a variety of means. […]

Introduction APE Course: From the Undergraduates' Perception

Hello and happy holidays! For this episode of What’s New in APE, I was able to interview two of my undergraduate students (John Nagel & […]

National Adapted Physical Education Conference (NAPEC): Where Did We Come From & Where Are We Going

Hello! This episode of What’s New in APE is a second recording from the 47th Annual National Adapted Physical Education Conference (NAPEC). The conference was […]

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 […]

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