Winnick, Joseph P. (Ed.) : State University of New York College at Brockport
Joseph P. Winnick, EdD, is distinguished service professor of physical education and sport at State University of New York, College at Brockport, where he has taught adapted physical education for more than 30 years. Renowned for his research in adapted physical education, he is the author of The Brockport Physical Fitness Test Manual and related resources, which present the best physical fitness test available for youths with disabilities.
Dr. Winnick developed and implemented America's first master's degree professional preparation program in adapted physical education at Brockport in 1968 and since that time has secured funds from the U.S. Department of Education to support the program. He has received the Professional Recognition Award from the Adapted Physical Activity Council of AAHPERD, the G. Lawrence Rarick Research Award, and the Hollis Fait Scholarly Contribution Award. He earned master's and doctoral degrees from Temple University.
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PART 1. FOUNDATIONAL TOPICS IN ADAPTED PHYSICAL EDUCATION AND SPORT
Chapter 1. An Introduction to Adapted Physical Education and Sport, Joseph P. Winnick
The Meaning of Adapted Physical Education Adapted Sport Purpose, Aims, Goals, and Objectives Service Providers Brief History of Adapted Physical Education The Inclusion Movement Litigation Laws Important to Adapted Physical Education and Sport History of Adapted Sport Periodicals Organizations Summary
Chapter 2. Program Organization and Management, Joseph P. Winnick
Curricular and Programmatic Direction Administrative Considerations and Program Implementation Human Resources Program Evaluation Summary
Chapter 3. Adapted Sport, Michael J. Paciorek
Integration Continuum Sport Organizations The Olympic and Amateur Sports Act and the Role of the United States Olympic Committee Relationship of Disabled Sport Organizations to National Governing Bodies Paralympic Games Classification School and Local Community-Based Adapted Sport Programs Transition Services Role of the Physical Educator in Adapted Sport And What About Max? Summary
Chapter 4. Individualized Educational Programs, Francis X. Short
Overview of Individualized Programs The Student With a Disability Components of the IEP Development of the IEP The Role of the Physical Educator Section 504 and the Accommodation Plan The Nondisabled Student With Unique Needs Committee on Adapted Physical Education Summary
Chapter 5. Measurement and Assessment, Francis X. Short
Measurement and Assessment Strategies Measurement and Assessment in Adapted Physical Education Tests and Measures for Use in Adapted Physical Education Summary
Chapter 6. Instructional Strategies for Adapted Physical Education, Sarah M. Rich
General Philosophical Approaches to Adapted Physical Education and Sport Teaching Styles Motor Learning Facilitating Skill Development Organizational and Methodological Techniques Prescriptive Planning and Instructional Models Summary
Chapter 7. Behavior Management, E. Michael Loovis
Behavior Modification Types of Reinforcers Schedules of Reinforcement Procedures for Increasing Behavior Procedures to Decrease Behavior Implementing a Behavior Modification Program Uses of Behavior Modification in Physical Education and Sport Example of Behavior Analysis Other Approaches Summary
PART 2. INDIVIDUALS WITH UNIQUE NEEDS
Chapter 8. Mental Retardation, Patricia Krebs
Definition of Mental Retardation Classifications of Mental Retardation Incidence of Mental Retardation in the Population Causes of Mental Retardation Cognitive Development Learning Characteristics Social and Emotional Characteristics Physical and Motor Characteristics Down Syndrome Tests Organizational and Instructional Methods Education of Students in Inclusive Settings Activities Special Olympics Paralympic Games for Those With an Intellectual Disability Safe Participation Summary
Chapter 9. Learning Disabilities and Attentional Deficits, Diane H. Craft
Overlap of LD and ADHD What Is LD? What Is ADHD? What Are the Suspected Causes of Disabilities That Are So Prevalent? Challenges Faced by Students With LD and/or ADHD Behavioral Characteristics Among Children With LD and ADHD General Approaches to LD and/or ADHD Teaching Children With LD and/or ADHD Summary
Chapter 10. Behavioral Disorders, E. Michael Loovis
Behavioral Disorders Autism Physical Education and Sport Activities Modifications for Teaching and Programming in Physical Education and Sport Inclusion Summary
Chapter 11. Visual Impairments and Deafness, Diane H. Craft and Lauren Lieberman
Definition of Visual Impairment Causes of Vision Loss Characteristics of Persons With Visual Impairments Inclusion: Teaching Students With Visual Impairments in Regular Physical Education Sports for Athletes With Visual Impairments Definitions of Hearing Losses Types and Causes of Hearing Loss Characteristics of Students With Deafness General Considerations for Teaching Physical Education to Deaf or Hard-of-Hearing Students Suggestions for Teaching Deaf and Hard-of-Hearing Students Deaf Sport Deafblindness Summary
Chapter 12. Cerebral Palsy, Stroke, and Traumatic Brain Injury, David L. Porretta
Chapter 13. Amputations, Dwarfism, and Les Autres, David L. Porretta
Amputations Dwarfism Les Autres Program Implications Inclusion Adapted Sports Summary
Chapter 14. Spinal Cord Disabilities, Luke Kelly
Classifications Conditions Implications for Physical Education Orthotic Devices Adapted Sport Activities National Wheelchair Basketball Association Classification System Summary
Chapter 15. Other Health-Impaired Students, Paul R. Surburg
The OHI Classification Diabetes Mellitus Seizure Disorders Asthma Cancer Cardiovascular Disorders Anemia Hemophilia Acquired Immunodeficiency Syndrome Students Affected by Substance Abuse Conditions Summary
Chapter 16. Nondisabled Students and Adapted Physical Education, Paul R. Surburg
Activity Injuries Long-Term Disorders Summary
PART 3. DEVELOPMENTAL CONSIDERATIONS
Chapter 17. Motor Development, David L. Gallahue
Motor Development Defined Categories of Movement Motor Development As a Dynamic System The Phases of Motor Development Principles of Motor Development Summary
Chapter 18. Perceptual-Motor Development, Joseph P. Winnick
Overview of the Perceptual-Motor Process Visual Perceptual-Motor Development Auditory Perceptual-Motor Development Proprioception Tactual Perception Summary
Chapter 19. Infants and Toddlers, Cathy Houston-Wilson
Legislation The Role of Teachers of Early Childhood Adapted Physical Education Assessment Goals and Objectives in Motor Programs for Infants and Toddlers Goals and Objectives in Motor Programs for Infants and Toddlers With Unique Needs Developmentally Appropriate Interactions With Infants and Toddlers Interacting With Families Summary
Chapter 20. Early Childhood Adapted Physical Education, Lauriece L. Zittel and Cathy Houston-Wilson
Identifying Young Children With Developmental Delays Assessment of Performance Objectives of Early Childhood Programs Planning for Instruction Developmentally Appropriate Teaching Approaches Activities Summary
PART 4. ACTIVITIES FOR INDIVIDUALS WITH UNIQUE NEEDS
Chapter 21. Physical Fitness, Francis X. Short
Definition and Components of Physical Fitness Personalizing Physical Fitness Patterns of Physical Activity Physical Activity Recommendations for Health-Related Physical Fitness Summary
Chapter 22. Body Mechanics and Posture, Luke Kelly
Benefits of Teaching Rhythm and Dance Using Rhythm and Dance in the Physical Education Program Developmentally and Age-Appropriate Rhythm and Dance Activities Modifying Rhythm and Dance Activities for Persons With Disabilities Theatrical Dance and Performance Programs Summary
Chapter 24. Aquatics, Monica Lepore
Benefits of Adapted Aquatics General Teaching Suggestions Aquatic Assessment Adapting Swimming Skills Orientation to Water Facility and Equipment Considerations Meeting Unique Needs of Participants Swimming As a Competitive Sport Other Aquatic Activities Inclusion in Aquatic Activities Summary
Chapter 25. Team Sports, David L. Porretta
Getting Involved Basketball Floor Hockey Football Soccer Softball Volleyball Goal Ball Quad Rugby Inclusion Summary
Chapter 26. Individual, Dual, and Adventure Sports and Activities, E. Michael Loovis
Tennis Table Tennis Angling Archery Badminton Bowling Fencing Horseback Riding Gymnastics Wrestling Track and Field Golf Powerlifting Cycling Boccie Adventure Activities Inclusion Summary
Chapter 27. Winter Sport Activities, Luke Kelly
Value of Winter Sports Alpine Skiing Cross-Country Skiing Ice Skating Sledding and Tobogganing Hockey Curling Summary
Chapter 28. Enhancing Wheelchair Sport Performance, Abu Yilla
The Athlete and the Wheelchair: A Systems Approach The Systems Approach?Combining the Athlete and the Wheelchair The Future Summary
Appendix A. Definitions Associated With the Individuals With Disabilities Education Act Appendix B. Disabled Sport Organizations Appendix C. A Brief Summary of The Brockport Physical Education Fitness Test
References Index About the Authors
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