Adaptive Physical Education

$262.50 on the 10th of each month for 12 months

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First payment: June 10, 2019

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Adaptive Physical Education NV Endorsement (18 Graduate Credits)


Fall registration is not available at this time. Please provide your contact information above to receive notification when the program becomes available.

Questions: Call CTE at 702-697-0006 opt. 5 or click here to email.


Program begins: Fall 2019
Program ends: TBA


This program is built around the Nevada Department of Education’s requirements for the APE endorsement. Students can choose the classes they need to complete their endorsement coursework.

CTAV 660 – Parental Involvement and Family Engagement (Fall I Session) (ONLINE)
(3 Graduate Credits/24 CUs)        Course Date: TBA

This course will emphasize the importance of school and family communication and collaboration in order to support the student learning environment in school and at home. Participants will discuss the importance of promoting an equal partnership between parents, families and schools in making decisions that affect children, parents and families and in informing, influencing and creating school policies, practices and programs.
 

CTAV 659 A – Introduction to Adapted Physical Education (Fall II Session)
(3 Graduate Credits/24 CUs)        Course Date: TBA

Introduction to adapted physical education programming for students with physical and/or cognitive challenges. Emphasis on curriculum development, programming, equipment, and teaching methods in developing the adapted physical education program in primarily inclusive settings.
 

CTAV 659 B – Methods in Teaching Special (Adapted) Physical Education (Spring I Session)
(3 Graduate Credits/24 CUs)        Course Date: TBA

Adapted Physical Education (APE) is a special education service that provides school-aged children with special needs access to the physical education curriculum. Services are provided to students identified as needing APE intervention to facilitate their access to physical education. This course will emphasize: the identification of students requiring APE support; degree of support required; delivery models (continuum of services); characteristics and educational needs of students with disabilities; and instructional techniques which can be used with these students in the general classroom.
 

CTAV 659 C – Assessment in Adapted Physical Education (Spring II Session)
(3 Graduate Credits/24 CUs)        Course Date: TBA

An overview of motor and fitness assessments available for students with disabilities being served by adapted physical education specialists in physical education. Emphasis will be placed on the application of appropriate motor and physical fitness tests to make subsequent effective placement decisions and to determine provision of services for children with disabilities in school settings.
 

CTAV 659 D – Practicum (Spring II Session)
(3 Graduate Credits/24 CUs)        Course Date: TBA

As part of the requirements for the Adapted Physical Education endorsement a practicum is required. This forty-five hour practicum experience will include pre-practicum symposium, 35 hours of hands-on experience, and conclude with a post-practicum symposium. The hands-on experience will expose practicum students to school-aged children with several different disabilities, and will allow practicum students to plan and execute a variety of sports and recreation activities. Practicum experiences will be recorded by each student in a detailed log.
 

CTAV 661 – Introduction to Special Education (Summer I Session) (ONLINE)
(3 Graduate Credits/24 CUs)        Course Date: TBA

As part of the requirements for the Adapted Physical Education endorsement a practicum is required. This forty-five hour practicum experience will include pre-practicum symposium, 35 hours of hands-on experience, and conclude with a post-practicum symposium. The hands-on experience will expose practicum students to school-aged children with several different disabilities, and will allow practicum students to plan and execute a variety of sports and recreation activities. Practicum experiences will be recorded by each student in a detailed log.