These students will have a difficult time holding hands in a game, so it may be helpful to provide an object such as a rubber ring or a rope held by another student for the student with autism to grasp, or to avoid holding hands altogether. Learning strategies to decrease negative behaviors and increase positive behaviors is critical when you are teaching students with autism. This strategy keeps the student in a positive state and motivates the student to perform given tasks.
MOB is a program specifically designed to reduce fear of falling, stop the fear-of-falling cycle, and increase activity levels among community-dwelling older adults (physical inactivity is cited as a significant risk for falls and fall-related injuries in older adults). The program focuses on practical coping strategies to reduce both the fear of falling and the risk of falling. These state agencies worked with PFHA to disseminate the program to older adults in the service areas of three ...
This book is a collection of essays written by teacher educators with a passion for sharing knowledge, research, and insights about the Teaching Games for Understanding (TGfU) approach. All our authors presented at the Fourth International TGfU Conference, which provided an arena for a restatement of the importance of games as a learning process. The authors explore language for describing games learning as a complex adaptive process that reconceptualizes the purpose of teaching games.
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