In the past few years, many resources outside my curriculum have helped me gain a wider perspective about: Adapted Physical Activity (APA) , Physical Education for Children with Disabilities, The Paralympic Movement . These resources help me as an international woman to think beyond the confines of textbooks. This will be an ever growing list of resources. And I hope to organize these links in a better manner as I learn more.
- The International Paralympic Committee’s Handbook: https://www.paralympic.org/the-ipc/handbook
- Country members of Asian Paralympic Committee: https://www.paralympic.org/asia
- PE Central’s Master List for Lessons: http://www.pecentral.org/LessonIdeas/ListAll.asp
- Strategies for reducing off task behavior: http://www.pecentral.org/climate/off_task_behavior.html
- Qualitative quality: Eight “big-tent” criteria for excellent qualitative research
- Blauwet (2012): Paralympic Movement…Social Integration of Athletes with Disabilities.
- SAGE Encyclopedia of Qualitative Research Methods