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AAHPERD Publications Catalog 2011 : Page 13

AAPAR www.aapar.org The American Association for Physical Activity and Recreation (AAPAR) is dedicated to enhancing quality of life by promoting creative and active lifestyles through meaningful recreation, physical activity, and fi tness experiences across the lifespan, with a particular focus on community-based programs. NEW FROM AAPAR Online Adapted Aquatics Instructor Prep Course with in-Pool Credential AAPAR is offering a new online course in Adapted Aquatic Instruction in preparation for earning an Adapted Aquatics Credential. Learn the skills, knowledge, and etiquette needed to safely and effectively implement quality adapted aquatic programs. Take the online course in your own time from home, then sign up for AAPAR’s one-day, in-pool practicum to earn your credential. A credential lends credibility to and proof of your knowledge and training. In conjunction with Human Kinetics. Online course $170 In-Pool Practicum: $180 retail/$160 member price Workshops in the Adapted Physical Education Assessment Scale (APEAS II) Learn how to use the popular APEAS II software (see page 14) by hosting a workshop for your school district. During our full-day workshop you’ll get hands-on practice with test administration at the K-12 level. Perceptual motor function, object control, locomotor skills, physical fi tness, and adaptive behaviors are covered. In addition, you’ll learn how to use the software in both the electronic score sheet and paper-and-pencil formats. Participants must purchase the software. Up to 50 participants. Call AAPAR for prices: 703.476.3430 Safety Notebook in Electronic Version If you are a physical educator, athletic director, or coach, AAPAR’s Safety Notebook articles can help you manage risk and promote safety. Now available in individual e-versions, each article is a great supplement to any textbook in the fi eld of safety, risk management, sport management, and sports law. Safety Notebook articles cover a variety of topics and have proved useful for anyone who wants to prevent injury, reduce risk, or make their environment a safer place to engage in activities. Buy individual articles or bundle them for a reduced price. $2 retail $1 member price Webinars in Adapted Physical Education The Individuals with Disabilities Education Act (2004) requires that, to the maximum extent appropriate, children with disabilities be educated alongside their typically developing peers. Almost every physical education class includes students with disabilities, but how can they be best served? With AAPAR’s new Adapted PE webinar series you’ll gain knowledge on a variety of topics, such as inclusion techniques and theories, effective methods, and implications for practice. Designed for GPE and APE instructors who want to increase their inclusion skills and learn strategies. Watch live (including real-time Q and A) or access the webinars in our resource library. $55 retail/$30 member price Safety Notebook articles you get an additional free! one YH )RUHYHU\À buy, Members Pay Lowest Listed Price! Renew Or Join AAHPERD/AAPAR at www.aahperd.org 13

New Fom AAPAR

Online Adapted Aquatics Instructor Prep Course with in-Pool Credential

AAPAR is offering a new online course in Adapted Aquatic Instruction in preparation for earning an Adapted Aquatics Credential. Learn the skills, knowledge, and etiquette needed to safely and effectively implement quality adapted aquatic programs. Take the online course in your own time from home, then sign up for AAPAR’s one-day, in-pool practicum to earn your credential. A credential lends credibility to and proof of your knowledge and training. In conjunction with Human Kinetics.

Online course $170

In-Pool Practicum: $180 retail/$160 member price

Webinars in Adapted Physical Education

The Individuals with Disabilities Education Act (2004) requires that, to the maximum extent appropriate, children with disabilities be educated alongside their typically developing peers. Almost every physical education class includes students with disabilities, but how can they be best served? With AAPAR’s new Adapted PE webinar series you’ll gain knowledge on a variety of topics, such as inclusion techniques and theories, effective methods, and implications for practice. Designed for GPE and APE instructors who want to increase their inclusion skills and learn strategies. Watch live (including real-time Q and A) or access the webinars in our resource library.

$55 retail/$30 member price

Workshops in the Adapted Physical Education Assessment Scale (APEAS II)

Learn how to use the popular APEAS II software (see page 14) by hosting a workshop for your school district. During our full-day workshop you’ll get handson practice with test administration at the K-12 level. Perceptual motor function, object control, locomotor skills, physical fitness, and adaptive behaviors are covered. In addition, you’ll learn how to use the software in both the electronic score sheet and paperand- pencil formats. Participants must purchase the software.

Up to 50 participants.

Call AAPAR for prices: 703.476.3430

Safety Notebook in Electronic Version

If you are a physical educator, athletic director, or coach, AAPAR’s Safety Notebook articles can help you manage risk and promote safety. Now available in individual e-versions, each article is a great supplement to any textbook in the field of safety, risk management, sport management, and sports law. Safety Notebook articles cover a variety of topics and have proved useful for anyone who wants to prevent injury, reduce risk, or make their environment a safer place to engage in activities. Buy individual articles or bundle them for a reduced price.

$2 retail

$1 member price

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