“Hands, touching hands, reaching out, touching me, touching you.”- Neil Diamond Most adults and students can finish the lyrics above. Not only can you sing
Join Marci Pope and Maria Corte as they share many thoughts, ideas, and techniques for creating a positive environment for students with disabilities. Marci Pope
Every child needs help to become successful in PE but there is one child in particular, in your class, that needs more attention than most children. You have a child with Autism that has trouble with social cues, motor skills and is fixated on trains at the moment. Your job is to try your hardest to give every child a successful experience in PE but what can you do for a child who has Autism and the gym is a very difficult space for them? Here are a few tips I have learned over my career that have helped give successful PE experiences to students with Autism.
Adapt! As adapted physical education teachers, we often have to be flexible and adapt to our environment. We may have to move out of our
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