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'Physical Education and Health'. In Foundations of Education, Second Edition, Volume II (Cost) C. Farrenkopf and D. McGregor Physical Education Adapted PE, 
Instructional Aids/Materials, 
Instructional Development, 
Instructional Planning, 
Instructional Strategies
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Description: This chapter thoroughly discusses Physical Education for those with visual impairments and gives techniques and modifications to use for implementation.
Access Sports: A Model For Adapting Mainstream Sports Activities For Individuals With Visual Impairments N/A Physical Education, 
Recreation and Leisure
Adapted PE, 
Instructional Strategies
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Description: The ACCESS Sports model is a three-prong strategy for making physical education, sports, and recreation accessible to participants who are visually impaired. By adjusting the targets, boundaries, and rules of nearly any activity, it can be adapted. This webpage provides further information about this model.
Adapted PE for the Blind and Visually Impaired K. Letcher Physical Education Adapted PE, 
Games, 
Instructional Strategies
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Description: A list of modifications is given in addition to conditions to consider and actual accomodations for mainstream activities and games.
Adapted Physical Education and Recreation. A Multidisciplinary Approach (Cost) C. Sherrill Physical Education Adapted PE, 
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Instructional Development, 
Instructional Planning, 
Instructional Strategies, 
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Description: A comprehensive resource for teachers and non-teachers working with visually impaired children including those with disabilities in recreational activities.
Adapted Physical Education: Project Inspire Fact Sheets N/A Physical Education Adapted PE, 
Instructional Aids/Materials, 
Instructional Development, 
Instructional Planning, 
Instructional Strategies, 
Instructional Support
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Description: This fact sheet includes quick tips for adapting physical education activities and defines different types of visual impairments.
Adaptive PE Games for the Blind and Visually Impaired (TSBVI YouTube Video) N/A Physical Education Adapted PE, 
Games
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Description: An instructor from TSBVI shows equipment that she purchased from local stores and how she adapts them for games for blind and visually impaired students.
Everybody Plays! How Kids with Visual Impairments Play Sports (APH Quota) C. L. Aillaud & 
L. Lieberman
Physical Education, 
Recreation and Leisure
Activities for Elementary and Middle School Students, 
Adapted PE, 
Games, 
Sports/Games
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Description: This storybook, written at a 4th grade reading level, follows an elementary school aged child to to sports camp for children who are blind or visually impaired. Readers learn about sports and recreational physical activities that are enjoyed universally and about specific sports designed for persons with visual impairment and blindness.
Fitness for Individuals Who Are Visually Impaired or Deafblind L. Leibermann Deafblind, 
Physical Education
Adapted PE, 
Games, 
Play
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Description: A leader in the field of physical education for those with sensory disabilities discusses specific sports and activities and how they can be modified and adapted for students.
Games for People with Sensory Impairments L. Lieberman & 
Jim Cowart
Physical Education, 
Recreation and Leisure
Adapted PE, 
Games, 
Instructional Aids/Materials, 
Instructional Development, 
Instructional Planning, 
Instructional Strategies, 
Instructional Support, 
Recreation
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Description: This book provides facilitators with 70 games that individuals with sensory impairments can play. The activities offered can be presented to students with visual impairments in a regular physical education curriculum or to adults with sensory impairments in any recreational setting.
Individual Sports: Physical Education for SPOE Credit N/A Physical Education Adapted PE, 
Camp, 
Family Resources, 
Games, 
Recreation
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Description: TSBVI offers a unique PE learning experience for students 8-12 grade. This class is a SBOE course that a student can earn high school credit.
Major Sports and Recreation Resources P. Ponchillia Physical Education, 
Recreation and Leisure
Activities for Elementary and Middle School Students, 
Activities for High School Students, 
Adapted PE, 
Adaptive Tools/Technology, 
Recreation
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Description: The author provides an extensive list of resources for sports and recreation. Equipment suppliers, programs, and camps for a multitude of sports and activities is provided.
Me and My P.E. Teacher M. Williamson Physical Education Adapted PE, 
Games
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Description: A young blind woman reflects on a regular education PE teacher's impact on her life as he encouraged her and instructed her on how to participate in mainstream PE activities.
Movement and Fundamental Motor Skills for Sensory Deprived Children (Cost) L. E. Kratz, 
L. M. Tutt & 
D. A. Black
Physical Education Adapted PE, 
Instructional Aids/Materials, 
Instructional Development, 
Instructional Planning, 
Instructional Strategies
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Description: This book focuses on physical activity and fundamental motor skills for deafblind and visually impaired children.
Movement Without Sight: Physical Activities and Dance for the Visually Handicapped (Cost) L. E. Kratz Physical Education, 
Recreation and Leisure
Adapted PE, 
Dance, 
Instructional Development, 
Instructional Strategies
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Description: This book looks at the implications of movements for individuals without sight and gives information about teaching physical activity to children who are visually impaired.
Parent/Teacher Resource for Children with Sensory Impairments Promoting Physical Education and Recreation N/A Physical Education Games, 
Instructional Strategies, 
Motor Involvement, 
Play, 
Recreation
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Description: This website, housed by APH, is the result of a three year study that provides resources for the promotion of PE and recreational skills for students with visual impairments.
PE Central: The Premier Web Site for Health and Physical Educators N/A Physical Education Adapted PE, 
Games, 
Instructional Aids/Materials, 
Instructional Development, 
Instructional Planning, 
Instructional Strategies, 
Instructional Support
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Description: Website which includes entire section on adapted physical education with topics such as adaptations, common disabilities defined and IEP development.
Physical Activities for VI Youth M. Artido & 
J. Roberts
Family Resources, 
Physical Education, 
Recreation and Leisure
Activities for Elementary and Middle School Students, 
Activities for High School Students, 
Adapted PE, 
Instructional Planning, 
Instructional Strategies
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Description: A great resource that presents many issues regarding getting visually impaired students involved with physical education and recreation and leisures. Ideas are given on how to modify different activities and suggestions are also given on indoor and outdoor activities. From Denmark. E-mail: julprause@hotmail.com
Physical Education and Recreation for Blind and Visually Impaired Students A. Montagnino Physical Education, 
Recreation and Leisure
Games, 
Instructional Strategies, 
Sports/Games
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Description: Written by an experienced educator of visually impaired students, the author gives countless tips for adapting all kinds of physical activities plus individual sports situations and games.
Physical Education for Students and Youth with Visual Impairments L. Tutt & 
B. Brasher
Physical Education, 
Professional Resources
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Description: Position Paper from the Division on Visual Impairments, Council for Exceptional Children supporting (sometimes adaptive) physical education for students with visual impairments
Popular Activities & Games for Blind,Visually Impaired & Disabled People (Cost) P. Rickards Physical Education, 
Recreation and Leisure
Adapted PE, 
Family Resources, 
Games, 
Instructional Aids/Materials, 
Instructional Development, 
Instructional Planning, 
Instructional Strategies, 
Instructional Support
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Description: This book for the professional and consumer, provides instruction for activities and games involving the visually impaired person.
Portable Sound Source, Sport Edition (APH Quota) N/A Physical Education Instructional Aids/Materials kit Report a problem!
Description: The Portable Sound Source allows one to 'create audio tones that provide directional cues for orientation and mobility, sound localization training, or playground games and sports.' Also included is a remote control.
Products for Physical Education from the American Printing House for the Blind (APH Quota) N/A Physical Education Instructional Aids/Materials, 
Sports/Games
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Description: Catalog of products specifically designed for those with visual impairments and for instructional purposes of the population.
Some Thoughts About Physical Education and Blind Kids J. Ross Physical Education Adapted PE, 
Games
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Description: The editor of 'Future Refections' writes about the simple adaptations that his family and some of his teachers did in order to include him in many mainstream activities.
Sports Extravaganza N/A Physical Education, 
Recreation and Leisure
Play, 
Recreation
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Description: Annual sporting event held every fall in Irving, Texas for blind and visually impaired children and youth ages 0-22. (Texas students only)
Suggested Modifications for Sports Activities C. Bridges Physical Education Adapted PE, 
Instructional Aids/Materials
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Description: Each activity is mentioned with different types of modifications for inclusion of visually impaired students.
Teaching Jump Rope to Children with Visual Impairments (Cost) L. Leiberman, 
H. Schedlin & 
T. Pierce
Physical Education Motor Involvement article/periodical Report a problem!
Description: This article discusses the motor skills that many children with visual impairments are lacking and how teaching them to jump rope can improve overall physical performance.
Walk/Run for Fitness Kit (APH Quota) N/A Physical Education, 
Recreation and Leisure
Instructional Aids/Materials kit Report a problem!
Description: This kit allows students to work on 'the five major components of fitness: cardiovascular endurance, muscular endurance, muscular strength and body mass index. It includes a personal guidewire system, two talking pedometers and a should sling carrying back.'