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Adapted Physical Education National Standards, Third Edition, thoroughly covers the latest Adapted Physical Education National Standards (APENS), offering current knowledge and best practices for teaching adapted physical education.

This new edition solidifies the book’s reputation as an essential resource for adapted physical educators. Representing the first major revision to the standards since 2006, Adapted Physical Education National Standards, Third Edition, fully explains the 15 national standards as established by the National Consortium for Physical Education for Individuals with Disabilities (NCPEID).

In addition to updating the national standards, this resource offers educators and professionals two other important updates: a new web study guide and a fresh design of the text.

The study guide includes important information and more than 1,100 sample test questions for educators who are studying to take the Certified Adapted Physical Educator (CAPE) exam. This new tool allows candidates to prepare for the exam by taking practice quizzes based on the content within each standard. For each practice quiz, the reader is presented with questions randomly drawn from a pool of questions for that standard, ensuring a wide variety of sample exam possibilities. The candidate then receives a score and can review the correct and incorrect answers to determine areas for further study. Candidates can also view and download a comprehensive list of all questions for all standards.

The new text design makes the content within each standard easier to read, providing a greater understanding of each level at a glance. Each of the 15 standards is presented in five levels. The level for a typical standard is organized this way:
  • Level 1: the standard number and name
  • Level 2: the major components of the standard
  • Level 3: the standard’s subcomponents—dependent pieces of knowledge of fact or principle related to the major component
  • Level 4: adapted physical education content—additional knowledge regarding the subcomponents that teachers working with individuals with disabilities need to know
  • Level 5: application of adapted physical education content from level 4 to teaching individuals with disabilities
Levels 1 through 3 outline the basic instructional competencies that physical educators who teach students in integrated or segregated environments must be able to demonstrate. Those levels provide the foundation for levels 4 and 5. The standards are logical extensions of SHAPE America’s 2017 National Standards for Initial Physical Education Teacher Education, SHAPE America’s 2008 Advanced Standards for Physical Education, and the National Board for Professional Teaching Standards’ 2014 Physical Education Standards.

Adapted Physical Education National Standards, Third Edition, is useful for a variety of stakeholders:
  • Physical education majors and in-service teachers who are preparing for the APENS exam
  • Higher education faculty members who want to evaluate their adapted physical education preparation programs
  • K-12 administrators who want to use APENS exam results for reviewing and hiring new teachers
  • Parents of children who require adapted physical education instruction, to inquire at their child’s IEP meeting about the qualifications of the physical educator for their child
The book features an appendix of Frequently Asked Questions, a glossary of terms that includes abbreviations and acronyms in the field, and a summative list of references that were used by NCPEID committees in developing the APENS standards. It also includes an overview of NCPEID and a detailed description of how the standards and the certification exam were developed.

Adapted Physical Education National Standards, Third Edition, will keep readers up to date on the standards, help them prepare for the CAPE exam, and help ensure that high-quality adapted physical education is available for all students who can benefit from it.

Audience

Reference for adapted physical activity professionals. Preparation for physical educators studying for the Certified Adapted Physical Educator (CAPE) exam.
Introduction
Standards
Organization of the Text
APENS and Professional Standards for Physical Education
How to Use This Manual
Using the Web Study Guide
Frequently Asked Questions
Glossary
Bibliography

Standard 1. Human Development
Understand cognitive development
Demonstrate knowledge of language and cognitive development through the lifespan
Understand essential concepts related to social or affective development
Understand theories of moral development in children and youth
Understand different personality theories as they relate to human behavior
Demonstrate knowledge of factors influencing development

Standard 2. Motor Behavior
Understand motor development
Understand motor learning
Understand motor control

Standard 3. Exercise Science
Exercise Physiology Principles
Neural Control
Muscular Concepts
Cardiorespiratory Factors
Respiratory Factors
Nutrition
Body Composition
Environmental Effects
Exercise Prescription and Training
Biomechanics/Kinesiology
Bone Growth and Development
Neuromuscular Function
Human Skeletal Articulations
Neck and Upper Extremity Movement
Spine and Pelvis Movement
Lower Extremity Movement

Standard 4. Measurement and Evaluation
Standardized Procedures
Types of Scores
Standard Scores
Indicators of Relationship Between Performances
Normal Curve
Descriptive Values
Measures of Position
Test Characteristics
Pretest Planning
Performance Standards
Data Gathering
Performance Sampling

Standard 5. History and Philosophy
Educational Reform
Law
History
Philosophy

Standard 6. Unique Attributes of Learners
Autism Spectrum Disorder
Deaf/Blind
Deafness and Hearing Impairments
Emotional Disturbances
Hearing Impairments
Intellectual Disability
Multiple Disabilities
Orthopedic Impairment
Other Health Impairment
Specific Learning Disabilities
Speech and Language Disorders
Traumatic Brain Injury
Visual Impairments Including Blindness

Standard 7. Curriculum Theory and Development
Curriculum Design
Evaluate Curriculum Appropriateness
Needs Assessment
Curriculum Objectives and Content
Learning Experiences

Standard 8. Assessment
Legislative Issues
Terminology
Administration
Administration
Interpretation
Decision Making
Skills Required of the Assessment Team

Standard 9. Instructional Design and Planning
Curriculum Plan
Units and Lesson Plans
IEP and IFSP
Technology Applications
Assistive Devices
Mobility Devices

Standard 10. Teaching
Teaching Styles
Teaching Behaviors
Applied Behavior Analysis Principles
Preventative Strategies
Increasing Behaviors
Decreasing Behaviors
Other Management Methods

Standard 11. Consultation and Staff Development
Motivation
Administrative Skills
Group Dynamics
Interpersonal Communication Skills
Psychological Dimensions
Consulting Models

Standard 12. Student and Program Evaluation
Student Outcomes
Program Operations
Consumer Satisfaction

Standard 13. Continuing Education
Professional Growth
Current Literature
Professional Organizations
Technology
Teaching Certification

Standard 14. Ethics
Understand the need for professional standards
Understand and value appropriate professional conduct
Understand the need to advance the professional knowledge base
Advance the profession

Standard 15. Communication
Parents and Families
Public Relations
Roles of Other Professionals
Team Approach

Appendix A. National Consortium for Physical Education for Individuals with Disabilities
Appendix B. How the Adapted Physical Education Standards and National Certification Examination Were Developed
Appendix C. Frequently Asked Questions
Appendix D. APENS 2018 Evaluation and Review Committee Members
Luke E. Kelly, PhD, is a certified adapted physical educator and is a professor of kinesiology, holder of the Virgil S. Ward endowed professorship, and director of the graduate programs in adapted physical education at the University of Virginia. He has 38 years of experience working with public schools in evaluating and revising their physical education curricula to meet the needs of students with disabilities. Dr. Kelly has written extensively about the achievement-based curriculum model, assessment, and the use of technology in physical education. Dr. Kelly has served as the president of the National Consortium for Physical Education for Individuals with Disabilities (NCPEID) and directed the NCPEID adapted physical education national standards project from 1992 to 1999. Dr. Kelly is a fellow in the National Academy of Kinesiology (formerly the American Academy of Kinesiology and Physical Education). He has also received the G. Lawrence Rarick Research Award and the William A. Hillman Distinguished Service Award from the NCPEID. His hobbies and interests include fly-fishing, reforestation, and building projects.
All ancillaries are free to course adopters and available online.

Web study guide. Features 1,168 sample test questions so candidates can take practice quizzes based on the content within each standard.
National Consortium for PE for Individuals With Disabilities,Luke E. Kelly

Adapted Physical Education National Standards 3rd Edition epub

$56.95 CAD
Adapted Physical Education National Standards, Third Edition, thoroughly covers the latest Adapted Physical Education National Standards (APENS), offering current knowledge and best practices for teaching adapted physical education.

This new edition solidifies the book’s reputation as an essential resource for adapted physical educators. Representing the first major revision to the standards since 2006, Adapted Physical Education National Standards, Third Edition, fully explains the 15 national standards as established by the National Consortium for Physical Education for Individuals with Disabilities (NCPEID).

In addition to updating the national standards, this resource offers educators and professionals two other important updates: a new web study guide and a fresh design of the text.

The study guide includes important information and more than 1,100 sample test questions for educators who are studying to take the Certified Adapted Physical Educator (CAPE) exam. This new tool allows candidates to prepare for the exam by taking practice quizzes based on the content within each standard. For each practice quiz, the reader is presented with questions randomly drawn from a pool of questions for that standard, ensuring a wide variety of sample exam possibilities. The candidate then receives a score and can review the correct and incorrect answers to determine areas for further study. Candidates can also view and download a comprehensive list of all questions for all standards.

The new text design makes the content within each standard easier to read, providing a greater understanding of each level at a glance. Each of the 15 standards is presented in five levels. The level for a typical standard is organized this way:
  • Level 1: the standard number and name
  • Level 2: the major components of the standard
  • Level 3: the standard’s subcomponents—dependent pieces of knowledge of fact or principle related to the major component
  • Level 4: adapted physical education content—additional knowledge regarding the subcomponents that teachers working with individuals with disabilities need to know
  • Level 5: application of adapted physical education content from level 4 to teaching individuals with disabilities
Levels 1 through 3 outline the basic instructional competencies that physical educators who teach students in integrated or segregated environments must be able to demonstrate. Those levels provide the foundation for levels 4 and 5. The standards are logical extensions of SHAPE America’s 2017 National Standards for Initial Physical Education Teacher Education, SHAPE America’s 2008 Advanced Standards for Physical Education, and the National Board for Professional Teaching Standards’ 2014 Physical Education Standards.

Adapted Physical Education National Standards, Third Edition, is useful for a variety of stakeholders:
  • Physical education majors and in-service teachers who are preparing for the APENS exam
  • Higher education faculty members who want to evaluate their adapted physical education preparation programs
  • K-12 administrators who want to use APENS exam results for reviewing and hiring new teachers
  • Parents of children who require adapted physical education instruction, to inquire at their child’s IEP meeting about the qualifications of the physical educator for their child
The book features an appendix of Frequently Asked Questions, a glossary of terms that includes abbreviations and acronyms in the field, and a summative list of references that were used by NCPEID committees in developing the APENS standards. It also includes an overview of NCPEID and a detailed description of how the standards and the certification exam were developed.

Adapted Physical Education National Standards, Third Edition, will keep readers up to date on the standards, help them prepare for the CAPE exam, and help ensure that high-quality adapted physical education is available for all students who can benefit from it.

Audience

Reference for adapted physical activity professionals. Preparation for physical educators studying for the Certified Adapted Physical Educator (CAPE) exam.
Introduction
Standards
Organization of the Text
APENS and Professional Standards for Physical Education
How to Use This Manual
Using the Web Study Guide
Frequently Asked Questions
Glossary
Bibliography

Standard 1. Human Development
Understand cognitive development
Demonstrate knowledge of language and cognitive development through the lifespan
Understand essential concepts related to social or affective development
Understand theories of moral development in children and youth
Understand different personality theories as they relate to human behavior
Demonstrate knowledge of factors influencing development

Standard 2. Motor Behavior
Understand motor development
Understand motor learning
Understand motor control

Standard 3. Exercise Science
Exercise Physiology Principles
Neural Control
Muscular Concepts
Cardiorespiratory Factors
Respiratory Factors
Nutrition
Body Composition
Environmental Effects
Exercise Prescription and Training
Biomechanics/Kinesiology
Bone Growth and Development
Neuromuscular Function
Human Skeletal Articulations
Neck and Upper Extremity Movement
Spine and Pelvis Movement
Lower Extremity Movement

Standard 4. Measurement and Evaluation
Standardized Procedures
Types of Scores
Standard Scores
Indicators of Relationship Between Performances
Normal Curve
Descriptive Values
Measures of Position
Test Characteristics
Pretest Planning
Performance Standards
Data Gathering
Performance Sampling

Standard 5. History and Philosophy
Educational Reform
Law
History
Philosophy

Standard 6. Unique Attributes of Learners
Autism Spectrum Disorder
Deaf/Blind
Deafness and Hearing Impairments
Emotional Disturbances
Hearing Impairments
Intellectual Disability
Multiple Disabilities
Orthopedic Impairment
Other Health Impairment
Specific Learning Disabilities
Speech and Language Disorders
Traumatic Brain Injury
Visual Impairments Including Blindness

Standard 7. Curriculum Theory and Development
Curriculum Design
Evaluate Curriculum Appropriateness
Needs Assessment
Curriculum Objectives and Content
Learning Experiences

Standard 8. Assessment
Legislative Issues
Terminology
Administration
Administration
Interpretation
Decision Making
Skills Required of the Assessment Team

Standard 9. Instructional Design and Planning
Curriculum Plan
Units and Lesson Plans
IEP and IFSP
Technology Applications
Assistive Devices
Mobility Devices

Standard 10. Teaching
Teaching Styles
Teaching Behaviors
Applied Behavior Analysis Principles
Preventative Strategies
Increasing Behaviors
Decreasing Behaviors
Other Management Methods

Standard 11. Consultation and Staff Development
Motivation
Administrative Skills
Group Dynamics
Interpersonal Communication Skills
Psychological Dimensions
Consulting Models

Standard 12. Student and Program Evaluation
Student Outcomes
Program Operations
Consumer Satisfaction

Standard 13. Continuing Education
Professional Growth
Current Literature
Professional Organizations
Technology
Teaching Certification

Standard 14. Ethics
Understand the need for professional standards
Understand and value appropriate professional conduct
Understand the need to advance the professional knowledge base
Advance the profession

Standard 15. Communication
Parents and Families
Public Relations
Roles of Other Professionals
Team Approach

Appendix A. National Consortium for Physical Education for Individuals with Disabilities
Appendix B. How the Adapted Physical Education Standards and National Certification Examination Were Developed
Appendix C. Frequently Asked Questions
Appendix D. APENS 2018 Evaluation and Review Committee Members
Luke E. Kelly, PhD, is a certified adapted physical educator and is a professor of kinesiology, holder of the Virgil S. Ward endowed professorship, and director of the graduate programs in adapted physical education at the University of Virginia. He has 38 years of experience working with public schools in evaluating and revising their physical education curricula to meet the needs of students with disabilities. Dr. Kelly has written extensively about the achievement-based curriculum model, assessment, and the use of technology in physical education. Dr. Kelly has served as the president of the National Consortium for Physical Education for Individuals with Disabilities (NCPEID) and directed the NCPEID adapted physical education national standards project from 1992 to 1999. Dr. Kelly is a fellow in the National Academy of Kinesiology (formerly the American Academy of Kinesiology and Physical Education). He has also received the G. Lawrence Rarick Research Award and the William A. Hillman Distinguished Service Award from the NCPEID. His hobbies and interests include fly-fishing, reforestation, and building projects.
All ancillaries are free to course adopters and available online.

Web study guide. Features 1,168 sample test questions so candidates can take practice quizzes based on the content within each standard.

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