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What’s New in Adapted Physical Education (APE) podcast

Professor Martin Block, is a professor of APE and co-director of the Masters program in APE at the University of Virginia, where he has been since 1992. In addition to these roles, Dr. Block also serves as the President of the International Federation of Adapted Physical Activity (IFAPA).

Discussed in this podcast is the ISAPA, which acts under IFAPA, will return to the United States this year (2019) for the first time since 1992. It will be held June 14th through 18th in Charlottesville, Virginia. This year’s theme is Liberty and the Pursuit of Happiness. The goal for ISAPA is to bring international researchers together to share their research in hopes of learning about what is going on in other countries. This podcast covers IFAPA and ISAPA, and differences in APE between the United States and other countries.


Dr. Justin Haegele, an APE assistant professor from Old Dominion University shares why he believes that ISAPA is a great conference for teachers, pre-service teachers, and higher education professionals to attend. In addition, Dr. Haegele discusses some aspects of the research he will be sharing at ISAPA, which focuses on how he used the social justice theory of intersectionality to examine how male adults with visual impairments perceive their physical education experiences.


Visit the ISAPA2019 website to register for the early registration rates.