Presentation on theme: "Inclusion Strategies for Children who are Blind Lauren J. Lieberman Ph.D. SUNY Brockport Department of Physical Education Brockport, NY 14420 (585) 395-5361."— Presentation transcript:
Inclusion Strategies for Children who are Blind Lauren J. Lieberman Ph.D. SUNY Brockport Department of Physical Education Brockport, NY 14420 (585) 395-5361 Llieberm@brockport.edu
Peer Tutoring w What is it? w Benefits? Research results Other results? w Justification for tutoring w When to use? w Types of peer tutoring
Peer Tutor Training w Application w Permission w Disability Awareness w Communication techniques w Instructional techniques w Scenarios w Tests w Evaluation
Peer Tutor Action Plan w Who needs a tutor? Why? w Potential tutors? w Who will train? w When will they train? w Type of tutoring? w Implementation schedule. w Evaluation techniques?
Adapting Activities w Theoretical Constructs (pg. 52) Adaptation Theory Normalization Theory Self-Determination Theory Empowerment Theory w Basic Principles of Adapting Activities Pg. 57-58
Adapting Activities w Equipment modifications Examples w Rule Modifications Examples w Environmental Modifications Examples w Instructional Modifications Examples
Sport Opportunities w United States Association for Blind Athletes (USABA.ORG) Sports w United States of America Deaf Sport Federation (USADSF.ORG) w Community Involvement w After School Sports (similar to USABA) w Recreational Opportunities
Resources w National Center on Physical Activity and Disability (NCPAD.ORG) 1-800-900-8086 w Project INSPIRE www.twu.edu/INSPIRE w Human Kinetics www.humankinetics.com APE resources w SKI-HI Institute Training Manual w Adaptfirstname.lastname@example.org w Other?