Rank #1: Americans with Disabilities Act: A Perspective
The conversation we had was short and casual. I want to open this conversation up to our viewers and ask people to shed more light on the law of ADA and how it has affected your life and/or people in your lives.
Apr 23 2016
Rank #2: Inclusion vs. integrated physical education: A discussion with Dr. Justin Haegele
Feb 11 2019
SHAPE America's Podcast - Professional Development for Health & Physical Education Teachers
ConnectedPE - Professional Development for Physical Educators
HPE Quick Tips Podcast
The #PhysEd Show
The OPENForum Podcast
The PE Umbrella | Podcasting ALL things Primary Physical Education
The PE Geek Podcast
Playing with Research in Health and Physical Education
Global PhysEd Voxcast
The Fundamental Movement
Adapted Physical Activity
The Supersized PhysEd Podcast
Run Your Life Show With Andy Vasily
The PhysEd Q & A Show
Rank #3: Special Education Law and APE
Within this podcast episode we discuss how IDEA came to incorporate specific language related to physical education, how one can help advocate for APE within the IEP process, and specific court cases that have dealt with special education law and physical education.
Jan 04 2020
Rank #4: Adapted Physical Education Endorsements: Why Do We Need Them?
Jul 22 2018
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Rank #5: A Pioneer of Adapted Physical Education: Part 2 of an Interview with Jeff McCubbin
Dr. Jeff McCubbin is a pioneer in the field of APE and has many noteworthy achievements. More specifically, Dr. McCubbin served as the Dean of the College of Health and Human Sciences at Colorado State University from 2011-2019. Prior to that he was a University Distinguished Professor of Exercise Science and Executive Associate Dean in the College of Health and Human Sciences at Oregon State University. Dr. McCubbin is also a past president of the National Consortium for Physical Education for Individuals with Disabilities.
Within the second episode, Dr. Lavay and Dr. McCubbin give some advice to young faculty members within the field of APE and how to seek and manage grants. In addition, Dr. McCubbin reflects on the importance of mentoring young professionals within the field of APE. Finally, in this episode they discuss the identity crisis within our field of APE. Asking those powerful questions of who are we and where are we going as a field.
Nov 15 2019
Rank #6: Houston we have a movement issue: An interview with Dr. Ali Brian
Please follow Dr. Brian on Twitter @DrAB4PE
Oct 28 2019
Rank #7: Podcast 14.5 Collaboration and Social Media
May 28 2016
Rank #8: Social Justice in Adapted Physical Education
This podcast features a panel of 3 guests, including Dr. Josephine Blagrave (@blagraveaj)Chico State University; Dr. Kerri Vanderbom from The National Center on Health, Physical Activity, and Disability and Chico State University; and Dr. Andrew Colombo-Dougovito (@amcdphd) from the University of North Texas.
You can find out more about Dr. Colombo-Dougovito's research and interests through visiting his website (colombodougovito.com/).
Jul 17 2019
Rank #9: The power of connectedness as educators and the state of Adapted Physical Education: A NAPEC Keynote
Nov 09 2018
Rank #10: Speech and Language Pathologists Collaborating with APE
Joining us for this episode are four distinguished guests from California State University, Long Beach: Barry Lavay (APE Professor, @BarryLavay), Melissa Bittner (APE Professor, @MBittner_APE), Alaine Ocampo (SLP Professor), and Belinda Daughrity (SLP Professor). Each of the experts listed above were recently involved in a research project that examined how pre-service APE teachers can encourage peer engagement and social communication in tasks related to children with disabilities' participation in physical activity. Along with discussing their recent research and the importance of their findings, the guests also discuss the guiding principles of SLPs, the importance of training APE teachers with regards to SLP, and how SLPs and APE can effectively collaborate.
Feb 19 2020
Rank #11: Physical Education v. Adapted Physical Education: A collaboration Part 2
The main focus of this episode is the divide between physical education and adapted physical education, and how we as researchers can potentially help to bridge this gap. Dr. McNamara and a panel of 3 experts in physical education discuss what they perceive the divide to be in both research and practice, as well as potential solutions to overcome the divide.
This episode features
Risto Marttinen, Ed.D., Kevin Andrew Richards, Ph.D., & Terry L. Rizzo
May 14 2019
Rank #12: Lakeshore Foundation: A leader in advocacy, programming, and research in adapted physical activity
Jan 23 2019
Rank #13: Introduction APE Course: From the Undergraduates' Perception
undergraduate physical education students were able to teach physical education to students with disabilities at the university. During this episode we were all able to reflect on the introduction to APE course, discuss how this class helped to prepare them to teach physical education to students with disabilities, and how working with students with disabilities helps to change our perceptions on life and ourselves.
Dec 21 2018
Rank #14: Reflections from the ISAPA Conference
Jun 24 2019
Rank #15: Adapted Dance
Sep 18 2019
Rank #16: Interview with David Porretta: Part 1 Discussion about Joe Winnick an APE Giant
Dr. David Porretta is a pioneer in the field of APE and has many noteworthy achievements. Dr. Porretta is a Faculty Emeritus from the Department of Human Sciences at The Ohio State University. In addition, he has has numerous major publications and has regularly presented scholarly papers at international, national, and state meetings.
For this very first episode, Dr. Lavay talks to Dr. Porretta about his friendship with Dr. Joe Winnick. More specifically, Dr. Porretta explains how Dr. Winnick helped to share the field of APE since the late 1960's and influenced his own personal and professional growth. Areas touched on include Dr. Winnick's: (1) ability to secure large external grants to fund APE related areas, (2) development and maintenance of one of the most well-known APE textbooks in the field "APE and Sport" which is published by Human Kinetics, (3) contributions to the National Consortium for Physical Education for Individuals with Disabilities (NCPEID), and his (4) journey to create the BrockPort Physical Fitness Test.
Please stay tuned for the next episode where Dr. Poretta continues to discuss his own research, the field of APE, and his professional growth through the years.
Mar 18 2020
Rank #17: AdaptFit: Fitness Opportunities for All
Check out their website for more information: https://www.adaptfitlife.com/
Feb 05 2020
Rank #18: The ISAPA Conference: Part 3 An Interview with Practitioner Presenter Ann Griffin
Once again, ISAPA returns to the United States this year (2019) for the first time since 1992. It will be held June 14th through 18th in Charlottesville, Virginia. This year’s theme is Liberty and the Pursuit of Happiness. The goal for ISAPA is to bring international researchers together to share their research in hopes of learning about what is going on in other countries. If you are interested in the 2019 ISAPA, check out their website at: http://isapa2019.org/index.shtml
Apr 11 2019
Rank #19: The ISAPA Conference: Part 1 An Interview with the ISAPA President Dr. Martin Block
For more information on IFAPA, you can visit their website at: http://ifapa.net
If you are interested in the 2019 ISAPA, check out their website at: http://isapa2019.org/index.shtml
Feb 22 2019
Rank #20: An Interview with Paralympian Jessica Heims
Jessica is currently an undergraduate student at the University of Northern Iowa (the university I teach at!). She also currently competes on the University's track and field team as a discus thrower and sprinter. Furthermore, Jessica recently broke two world records in discus throwing.
You can follow Jessica on Twitter @Jessie_Heims
Jul 05 2019