Coach McCoy A.P.E. Adapted Movement Lessons is an interactive resource created by adapted physical education teacher Nicole McCoy. The resource is a collection of lessons in Google Slides format and videos that are designed for children with low mobility. The lessons have varied options with independent and with assistance options. There are also numerous adapted dance and cardio drumming routines.
The lessons in Coach McCoy A.P.E. are designed to be inclusive and accessible to all children. The lessons are based on the principles of Universal Design for Learning (UDL), which is a framework for creating learning experiences that are accessible to all learners. UDL takes into account the different ways that people learn and provides multiple ways for learners to access the content.
The lessons are also designed to be fun and engaging. The lessons use a variety of activities and strategies to keep children interested and motivated. The lessons also promote physical activity and healthy living.
Coach McCoy A.P.E Adapted Movement Lessons are a valuable resource for adapted physical education teachers, parents, and caregivers. The resource provides a variety of lessons that can be used to help children with low mobility participate in physical education. The lessons are also a great way to promote physical activity and healthy living for all children.
In addition to being inclusive and accessible, the lessons are also cross-curricular. The lessons can be used to teach children about a variety of subjects, including health and human body, the oceans, weather, and more.
The cross-curricular nature of the lessons makes them a valuable resource for teachers. The lessons can be used to supplement existing curriculum and to provide children with a more well-rounded education.
If you are an adapted physical education teacher, parent, or caregiver, I encourage you to check out Coach McCoy A.P.E Adapted Movement Lessons. It is a valuable resource that can help children with low mobility participate in physical education and live healthier lives.
I met Nicole over Twitter as we share a passion for all things adapted P.E. We have collaborated on a number of projects over the years including this dance video! She makes amazing resources and I just wanted to share them with everyone at JustAdaptIt.com! Matt