Adapted PE

IDEA and state law require that physical education be made available to eligible students, including adapted physical education for development of motor skills, fitness, and skills in games and sports. Physical education instruction pursuant to an IEP may be provided by PE teachers, special education personnel, OTRs, physical therapists, and OT or PT assistants working under supervision in accordance with their professional standards

89.1131(b)(5)(A)(i)
19 Texas Administrative Code § 89.1131. Qualifications of Special Education, Related Service, and Paraprofessional Personnel.

(5) The following provisions apply to physical education.
(A) Wehn the admission, review, and dismissal committe has specified arrangements for physical education in the child's indvidualized education program, physical education may be provied by:
(i) special education instructional or related service personnel who have the necessary skills and knowledge;
(ii) physical education teachers;
(iii) occupational therapists;
(iv) physical therapists; or
(v) occupational therapy assistants or physical therapy assistants working under supervision in accordance with the standards of their profession.

Last Amended: November 11, 2007, 32 TexReg 8129.
Entered: Dec. 18, 2007

http://framework.esc18.net/display/Webforms/ESC18-FW-Summary.aspx?FID=199

Adapted PE LiveBinder - http://www.livebinders.com/play/play/326188

This on-line binder was created to serve as a resource for APE providers in ESC Region 13. Here is a listing of some of the information available here.

  • TEA APE
  • FAQ on APE
  • APE Webinars
  • AISD, RRISD, etc. APE Websites
  • Region 10 APE Webpage
  • AAPHERD
  • TAPHERD
  • HB 692
  • TWU Project Inspire
  • Awesome Partner in PE Example
  • Strategies for VI
  • Using Technology in Physical Education
  • MATP/YAP Special Olympics
  • Fitnessgram - TEA