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2009 NCPEID Conference Archive

Below are links to all of the available presentations and supplementary materials from the 2009 NCPERID annual conference.

  • Conference Program
  • Oral Presentations
      • Personnel Development Program to Improve Services and Results for Children with Disabilities Update, Louise Tripoli, Office of Special Education Programs, U.S. Department of Education, Washington, DC
    • Leadership through Strategic Connections, Bill East, Executive Director, National Association of State Directors of Special Education
    • Progress Report on Implementation of the Fitness and Athletic Equity Act in Maryland, Linda Webbert, Adapted Physical Education Consultant Team Leader, Baltimore County Public Schools & Michael Mason, Physical Education Specialist, Maryland State Department of Education
    • Autism Speaks: Update on Research, Advocacy, and Program Initiatives., Peter Bell, Executive Vice President of Professional Services, Autism Speaks
    • Planning an Advocacy Campaign or the Reauthorization of IDEA Specific to Physical Education, Pam Skogstad – Anchorage, AK, Adapted Physical Education Specialist (representing Adapted Physical Activity Council), Garth Tymeson, University of Wisconsin–La Crosse and Bob Arnhold, Slippery Rock University (representing NCPERID)
  • Free Communication Sessions
  • Poster Presentations
    • Promoting Self-Confidence in Children with Asperger’s Syndrome, Iva Obrusnikova & Kevin Kemmerle, University of Delaware
    • Applying The PRECEDE-PROCEDE Model Towards Improving Health Outcomes in Populations with an Intellectual Disability and in The Health Promoters Serving Their Needs, Tony DeLisle, Monica Solomon, & Christine Stopka, University of Florida
    • How Does Response-to-Intervention Affect Eligibility for Special Education: A Study of General Educator Perceptions, Chastity McKnight & Tammy L. Stephens, Texas Woman’s University, & Edward K. Schultz, Midwestern State University, TX
    • Use of SmartBoard Technology in Adapted Physical Education, Garth Tymeson & Manny Felix, University of Wisconsin-La Crosse
    • Adapted Aquatics Equipment Ideas to Facilitate the Learning of Aquatics Skills, Christine Stopka, University of Florida & Kathleen Horseman, Wright State University, OH
    • Resources for Teaching Students with Disabilities in General Physical Education, Luke E. Kelly, University of Virginia
    • Physical Education and Response to Intervention (RTI), Timothy D. Davis, SUNY-Cortland & David Martinez, Cherokee County School District, Canton, GA
    • Use of Technology in the Preparation of Adapted Physical Educators, Sharon Tiffany Bowers, Louisiana Tech University & Ron French, Texas Woman’s University
    • A Hybrid Online Program for Master’s Degrees and State Approvals in Special (Adapted) Physical Education at Western Michigan University, Jiabei Zhang, Western Michigan University
    • Physical Activity Barriers, Readiness, and Participation Among Adults with Traumatic Brain Injuries, Simon Driver, Alison Ede, & Zane Dodd, University of North Texas, Ann-Marie Warren & Laurel Stevens, Baylor Institute for Rehabilitation, Dallas, TX
    • District Administrators’ Perceptions toward Physical Education for Students with Disabilities, Mihye Jeong, Gene White,& Karen Stylianides, East Stroudsburg University of Pennsylvania, and So-Yeun Kim, Northern Illinois University
    • Obesity as a Disability within the IDEA: Opinions of Adapted Physical Educators, Kelly Allums-Featherston & Ron French, Texas Woman’s University
  • Pictures From the Conference (Click on a thumbnail image below to see the full-sized version)