Teaching, Responding, & Communicating Quality Physical Education

ridley
NCODH
2010

This 4-page brochure summarizes simple techniques and adaptations for children with physical and/or mental disabilities that may not be able to have their needs met in a regular physical education class. It offers basic information such as activity modifications and communication.    

Citation: North Carolina Office on Disability and Health. (2010). Teaching, responding, & communicating quality physical education. Chapel Hill: The University of North Carolina, Frank Porter Graham Child Development Institute, Author.