Every Body Can!
Adapted Physical Activity Video Contest Winners
Celebrate Adapted and Inclusive Physical Activity
AAPAR's Every Body Can! 2010 and 2011 video contest winners promote, celebrate, and/or teach adapted and inclusive physical activity while raising awareness about the opportunities for and accomplishments of people with disablities.
This special group is made up of general and adapted physical educators and physical activity leaders of all kinds—teachers, university faculty, recreation leaders—ideas, inspiration, specific lessons, and support for increasing disability awareness and creating effective inclusive lessons and programs. We thank them for promoting AAPAR's mission to encourage lifelong and inclusive physical activity.
Adapted Physical Activity Video Contest Winners 2011
|Disability Awareness||TAHS Archery||Cindy Ferek|
|Effective Instruction||Homework||Mira Shved|
|Good Games||Jungle Quest||Scott Adolf|
|Lifelong Activity||Community APE||Ryan Patrie|
|Public Service Announcement||Language Matters||Carlos Cervantes|
|Wild Card||Upside Down||Texas State Students|
Adapted Physical Activity Video Contest Runners-Up 2011
|Disability Awareness||Free Throw Madness||Lauren Rector|
|Effective Instruction||Hula Hoops||Nick Skarda|
|Good Games||It's About the Game||Texas State Students|
|Lifelong Activity||Adaptive Cross Country||Candace Cable, Rory O'Farrell|
|Public Service Announcement||Lost and Found||Lindsey Taylor, Taylor Hubbard|
|Wild Card||Adaptive Video||Kevin Caputi|
Disability Awareness Category: "Inspiration" by Jennie Lee
Effective Instruction Category: "Just Another Day at School" by Mira Shved
Good Games Category: "Inspirational Message" by Marc Griffin
Public Service Announcement Category: "3 Turkey Trot" by Linda Cornman
Wild Card Category: "Adapted Hunting" by Amanda Perl
Disability Awareness Category: "Tennis Across the Lifespan" by Delynn Orton
Effective Instruction Category: "Sharing Our Similarities, Celebrating Our Differences" by Texas State U. Students
Good Games Category: "Physical Activity for People with Disabilities" by Texas State U. Students
2011 winners received prizes donated by FlagHouse and were recognized and celebrated at AAPAR's Awards Evening at the AAHPERD National Convention & Exposition in San Diego in March.
Special thanks to our 2010-2011 judges: AAPAR members Dr. Luis Columna, associate professor at Syracuse University; Dr. Kristi Roth, assistant professor at the University of Wisconsin, Stevens Point; Dr. Dallas Jackson, assistant professor at Slippery Rock University in Pennsylvania; Steve Yang, assistant professor at the State University of New York, Cortland; Sheryl Flynn, clinical director of research at Precision Rehabilitation in California.