By Monica Lepore
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No matter how much contact the special education teacher has with the student, valuable information about the academic level, learning style, and overall behavior of the student can be provided. Academic level may not seem to be a concern of the aquatics instructor, but mental age, reading and comprehen- sion levels, and concepts being presented in class all largely affect what and how information is presented in the pool. As a team member within the educational setting, a CTRS may use the educational model when teaching skill acquisition.
What are some organizations that provide nationally recognized water exercise programs for people with disabilities? 6. Which law mandates that all federally funded programs are made accessible for people with disabilities? 7. What is the current name of the law that provides for education, including physical education, in the least-restrictive environment? 8. Which law has a definition of physical education that includes aquatics? 9. Which law mandates an IEP as part of special education? 10. What is an Individualized Transition Plan and how can it help with community living and lifetime recreation including aquatics?
The properties of water, including specific gravity (relative density), buoyancy, temperature, hydrostatic pressure, and viscosity, affect the way people exercise, and therefore professionals need to be aware of these effects (Houglum, 2001, p. 409; Schrepfer, 2002; Walsh, 1990). Goals and Objectives Goals are broad outcome statements that guide a program or an individual within a program. Objectives are specific statements that reflect a future observable and measurable outcome for an individual within a program.
Adapted aquatics programming : a professional guide by Monica Lepore