The Old Dominion University Health and Physical Education (HPE) and Park, Recreation, and Tourism Studies (PRTS) Programs
DATE: December 8, 2018 (Saturday)
TIME: 8:00am to 12:00pm
LOCATION: Room 1000 in the Student Recreation Building (4700 Powhatan Ave.) on the Old Dominion University Campus
COST: $10.00 for college students and $30.00 for non-college students
(Pre-registration is preferred; cash payment will be accepted at the door)
OR Email Justin Haegele (email@example.com) or Shelly Beaver (firstname.lastname@example.org)
ABOUT: This workshop features two dynamic sessions to provide education and recreation professionals with effective strategies for engaging children with disabilities in physical activity.
- Robert Mages, 2018 Virginia Adapted Physical Education Teacher of the Year, will present strategies to prepare children with disabilities to engage in physical activity and progress their psychomotor skills. Adapting skills to promote active participation will also be discussed.
- James Gunther, 2016 Virginia Adapted Physical Education Teacher of the Year, will discuss the implementation of assistive technology to engage children with disabilities in physical activity. Learners will review various levels of assistive technology and explore useful iPad apps for increasing the participation of children with disabilities in physical activity.
PARKING: Parking is free, located in the 44/49 lot across the street from the building
A CERTIFICATE OF COMPLETION TO BE PROVIDED AT THE END OF THE WORKSHOP
QUESTIONS: Contact Justin Haegele (email@example.com) or Shelly Beaver (firstname.lastname@example.org)