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Wesley J. Wilson and K. Andrew R. Richards

discipline ( Laureano et al., 2014 ; Richards, Gaudreault, Starck, & Woods, 2018 ). The socialization of adapted PE (APE) teachers, however, has only recently garnered attention ( Wilson, Richards, & Kelly, 2017 ). While some of the experiences of PE and APE teachers are similar, there are also notable

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Danielle Peers

ethically be fixed ( Hobbs & Rice, 2013 ). In short, “The Heterosexual Questionnaire” was an axiological intervention. In this article, I am attempting to make a similar axiological intervention within the context of adapted physical activity (APA): one that renders noticeable the tacit values, and ethical

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Rebecca T. Marsh Naturkach and Donna L. Goodwin

reflection enable the identification of positive actions for improvement in future encounters. Undergraduate university instructors have historically used disability-related CSL to prepare adapted physical activity students for professional practice ( Connolly, 1994 ; DePauw, 2000 ; Hodge & Jansma, 1999

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Gashaw Abeza, Norm O’Reilly, Kyle Kashuck, Joshua Law and Alexandra Speck

Commissioner has asked the advisory board to develop an exhaustive list of possible reasons for fans’ declining football attendance, to identify the short- and long-term implications of this decline, and to specify adaptive (corrective) strategies (and tactics) that can be designed based on ASU’s ticket

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Patricia Santos de Oliveira, Mey de Abreu van Munster, Joslei Viana de Souza and Lauren J. Lieberman

students with disabilities in different contexts ( Caetano & Mendes, 2008 ; Machado & Almeida, 2014 ). The concept of education consulting involves a triad of interaction in which three parties generally act collaboratively: the consultant (adapted physical education [APE] teacher) assists the

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Andrea R. Taliaferro and Sean M. Bulger

The significance of adapted physical education (APE) practicum experiences in undergraduate physical education teacher education (PETE) programs is well documented. Researchers have described these hands-on service-learning opportunities as an essential and integral component of introductory APE

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Rachael E. Flatt and Craig Barr Taylor

be tailored for specific populations such as athletes. To our knowledge, no technology-based models for screening, preventing, and treating EDs for athletes have been developed to date. Thus, the remainder of this paper will discuss how to adapt, and the clinical implications of, providing digital

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Martin E. Block and Philip Conatser

The purpose of this paper is to broaden the knowledge base regarding consulting in adapted physical education (APE). First, a definition and key characteristics of consulting are discussed. Second, a review of theoretical foundations and major characteristics of the two most common types of consulting models used in APE—behavior and organizational consulting—is presented. Third, the four most common roles of APE consultants—advocacy, trainer, fact finder, and process specialist—are examined. Fourth, the most common four-step consulting process (entry, diagnosis, implementation, and disengagement) is outlined and discussed. Finally, three major barriers to APE consulting—time to consult, administrative support, and attitudes and expectations of the consultee—are analyzed.

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Joshua Twaites, Richard Everson, Joss Langford and Melvyn Hillsdon

domain. Domain adaption (DA) methods seek to adapt data from the target domain to the source domain so that good performance is achieved ( Csurka, 2017 ). Clearly, the source and target domains must be related for DA to be successful. In this paper we investigate whether DA can be used to adapt data

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Chan Woong Park and Matthew D. Curtner-Smith

schools may strategically comply, adjust to the prevailing culture, or attempt to strategically redefine their physical education departments’ practices and perspectives for the worse ( Lawson, 1983a , 1983b ). Little is known about the occupational socialization of adapted physical educators (APEs), the