Universal Design for Learning in Physical Education
The practice of universal design-of making a product or environment accessible to all individuals-has been around for a long time. But, until now, that practice has never been explored in depth in the field of physical education. This groundbreaking text provides a much-needed link between universal design and physical education, extending boundaries as it offers physical educators a systematic guide to create, administer, manage, assess, and apply universal design for learning (UDL). Universal Design for Learning in Physical Education is for all physical educators-those who are or are preparing to become general PE teachers as well as those who are in the field of adapted physical education. This resource offers the following: " Ready-to-use curricular units for grades K-12, with 31 universally designed lessons that demonstrate how teachers can apply UDL in specific content areas (teachers can also use those examples to build their own units and lessons) " Rubrics for the 28 items on the Lieberman-Brian Inclusion Rating Scale for Physical Education (LIRSPE) to help teachers follow best practices in inclusion " Tables, timelines, and paraeducator training checklists to ensure that UDL is effectively delivered from the beginning of the school year AUTHORS: Lauren Lieberman, Michelle Grenier, Ali Brian and Katrina Arndt. 2020, 216 pages ISBN 978-1-49257-499-6
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