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The 50th National APE Conference (NAPEC) an “Academy of APE Stars”

 During this episode of What’s New in APE we will be discussing the 50th National APE conference (NAPEC) that will be held virtually on November 4-6, 2021. Today […]

1st NCPEID APE Collaborative: Research Advice and the Most Recent Dear Colleague Letter

Hello all and welcome to another episode of What's New in APE! For this episode, I am able to share the recent APE Collaborative hosted […]

Knowledge Translation, community Engagement, and the Need for Evidence Driven Work: An Interview with Dr. Kathleen Martin Ginis

Hello What's New in APE Viewers! I recently had the opportunity to sit down with Dr. Kathleen Martin Ginis and discuss some of her work that […]

Disability Sport at the Collegiate Level: An Interview with Kae McCarty

Welcome to the What's New in APE Podcast blog/podcast. In this episode, I had a conversation with Kae McCarty (@KM_McCarty) about the status of disability […]

Autistic Individuals Experience in Physical Education & Inclusion: An interview with Anthony Maher

Hello dedicated What's New in APE podcast listeners! I am very happy to release a new episode of the podcast, as I have been on […]

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 […]

Moral Discomfort in the Field of Adapted Physical Activity

Welcome to the What's New in APE Podcast blog/podcast. In this episode, I had a conversation with Amanda Ebert (@eberta2) about ethical and moral issues that […]

ISAPA 2021: An international perspective

 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 Drs. Pauli Rintala (University […]

101 on teaching children with visual impairments in PE

Hello listeners and viewers! In this special episode, we had Dr. Lauren Liberman from SUNY Brockport college to discuss how to teach students with visual […]

Questioning Inclusion: Dr. Justin Haegele's Keynote Lecture

Hello all and welcome to another episode of What's New in APE! For this episode, I am able to share a recent keynote lecture that […]

Justice Pedagogy & Revisiting Race In Adapted Physical Education

Welcome to the blog portion of the What's New in APE podcast platform! In this episode we discuss justice pedagogy and the need for diversity […]

Contact Theory Applied to APA Service Learning Programs

Welcome to the blog portion of the What's New in APE podcast platform! In this episode we discuss service learning programs (where college students work […]

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