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Publication Venue For

  • Become a Champion for Healthy, Active Schools.  32:24-31. 2019
  • Using Technology and the Ecological Model of Constraints to Develop Story-Based Interventions for Children with Autism Spectrum Disorder.  31:5-12. 2018
  • Soundball: Teaching Tennis to Students with Visual Impairments.  30:3-10. 2017
  • Effective Collaboration among the Gross Motor Assessment Team Members.  28:18-21. 2015
  • Appropriate and Inappropriate Practices for Coaching Female Athletes.  27:13-17. 2014
  • Every Shot Counts: Rallying Around Traditional Practice Strategies.  26:30-36. 2013
  • Strategies for Maintaining Appropriate Behavior in Inclusive Physical Education Settings.  26:20-25. 2013
  • Advocacy in Action: Wellness Policies: Be involved in the reevaluation process.  25:36-37. 2012
  • Advocacy in Action: Fighting Waivers/Exemptions and Substitutions.  25:36-37. 2011
  • Advocacy in Action: K-12 and University Partnerships: Bridging the Advocacy Gap.  25:36-37. 2011
  • Teaching Physical Education to Students with Autism Spectrum Disorders.  24:21-24. 2011
  • Advocacy in Action: TIPS & TECHNIQUES: Using a Report Card as an Advocacy Tool.  23:36-37. 2010
  • Exemplary Practices: Going Beyond Appropriate Practices.  23:31-32. 2010
  • Advocacy in Action: TIPS & TECHNIQUES: Advocating for Quality Physical Education at the Local Level.  23:36. 2010
  • Advocacy in Action: TIPS & TECHNIQUES: Putting the Advocacy Puzzle Together.  23:36-37. 2009
  • Advocacy in Action: TIPS & TECHNIQUES: Make it a priority as you head back to school.  23:36-37. 2009
  • Advocacy in Action: TIPS & TECHNIQUES: Introducing the Appropriate Practices Documents to State Legislators.  22:36. 2009
  • Fitness Testing of Students with Disabilities: Comparing and Modifying Fitness Tests to Provide Quality Assessments for All Students.  20:12-21. 2007