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Record numbers of interactions with equipment and peers

Video tape intermittently

Use pedometers, heart rate monitors or insta-pulse wands

Does the student generalize?  Use the skill in other settings? Recess?  Home? Neighborhood?

For more information check out these websites:

Ann’s website: www.aea10.k12.ia.us, click Educators, click Adapted Physical Education under Special Education Programs and Services

Robin’s website: www.aea11.k12.ia.us, click on Diverse Learners/SPED/ELL, click on Adapted PE

Additional Resources

JOPERD Articles

“Using Visual Supports for Students with Autism in Physical Education” by Jeanine Fittipaldi-Wert and Claire M. Mowling, Volume 80 No. 2, February 2009

“Including Children with Autism in General Physical Education:  Eight Possible Solutions” by Jiabei Zhang and Ann J. Griffin, Volume 78 No. 3, March 2007

Palaestra Articles

“Motor Behavior and the Autism Spectrum Disorders – Introduction” by Greg Reid and Douglas Collier, Volume 18 No. 4, Fall 2002

“The Autism Spectrum Disorders:  Activity Selection, Assessment, and Program Organization – Part II” by Greg Reid and John O’Connor, Winter 2003

“The Autism Spectrum Disorders:  Physical Activity Instruction – Part III” by Greg Reid, John O’Connor and Meghann Lloyd, Spring 2003, Volume 19,

No 2

“The Autism Spectrum Disorders:  Preventing and Coping with Difficult Behaviors – Part IV” by Douglas Collier and Greg Reid, Summer 2003, Volume 19, No 3

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