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40th NAPEC Registration Form 2011.doc

40th NAPEC Registration Fillable Form 2011.doc (Save to your computer, Fill-in blanks, Mail to: CAHPERD)

40th NAPEC Registration Form 2011.pdf

Keynote Speakers

Thursday Evening Social (5:00pm -9:30pm)
Speakers: Pete Aufessesor, Robert Roice & Jan Seaman

NAPEC Reflections: “40 years of Conference Highlights and Memories”
Come join us as we begin our voyage by looking back at the past 40 years of the National Adapted Physical Education Conference. This event proves to be an exciting look at how the conference got started and developed over the years. Reservations for this event will be required. Stay tuned for more information!

Friday Breakfast
Keynote Speaker: Lisa Silliman-French, Ph.D, Texas Woman’s University

Teaching Strategies for Children with Severe Disabilities, Lisa Silliman-French is an associate professor at Texas Woman’s University. Her areas of interest inlcude: Physical and Motor performance of Individuals with Mental Retardation, Pedagogy in Adapted Physical Education in Higher Education and Physical and Motor Performance for Incarcerated Youth. Among her many publications and professional experiences, she was the Chair, Adapted Physical Activity Committee Texas Association for Health, Physical Education, Recreation and Dance (2004-2006). Lisa Silliman-French will present a session on RtI during the conference based on her recent co-authored JOPERD paper.

Saturday Awards Luncheon
Keynote Speaker: Angela Madsen, RowofLife Adapted Ocean Rowing Transatlantic Row
RowofLife began when Angela Madsen, a paraplegic, from Long Beach, CA USA, and Franck Festor, a single below the knee amputee, from Metz, France, decided to ROW across the Atlantic Ocean in the Woodvale Challenge-2007 Atlantic Rowing Race. On Feb. 7, 2008,
after 66 days at sea, they completed that challenge. With 22 boats in the race (4 persons, pairs, and singles), RowofLife came in 8th in the pairs class and 10th overall. In 2009, Angela became the first disabled person to row across the Indian Ocean and to row across two oceans (Indian 2009 & Atlantic 2007). The Pirate Row Crew is now in the Guinness Book of World Records for the fastest Indian Ocean Crossing by Oar. In 2010, Angela joined a crew of 4 women to row around Great Britain. Angela is working on organizing a TransPac Ocean Rowing Race from California to Hawaii for the Spring 2012.

40th NAPEC Flyer 2011.pdf

2011 NAPEC Program.pdf

2011 NAPEC Syllabus.pdf

Call for Presenters for the 40th NAPEC

The Annual National Adapted Physical Education Conference would like to offer cutting-edge and innovative presentation and curriculum within the adapted physical education and health disciplines. Submit your proposal today! - Proposal Deadline extended to April 15.

2011 Call for Presenters.pdf

2011 Call for Presenters - 40th NAPEC Fill-in.doc (Save to your computer, Fill-in blanks, Mail to: )


Tentative Schedule of Future NAPE Conferences