Thursday, October 23, 2008
The SUNY Cortland Adapted Physical Education (APE) Program received the Program Recognition Award at the 2008 AAHPERD Convention. The Award was presented to our faculty (Diane Craft, John Foley, Tim Davis, Luis Columna) in April 2008 from the Adapted Physical Activity Council (APAC) of the American Association for Physical Activity and Recreation (AAPAR). Given in recognition of significant contributions to the promotion of physical activity to individuals with disabilities, our APE program was one of only two nationally recognized programs this year. Congratulations to all our faculty, staff, students, and community members that make our outstanding outreach programs possible.
Thursday, October 9, 2008
The most up-to-date PE Mini-Conference is located here. Remember that the keynote by Dr. John R. Passarini begins at 9am in the main gym. Breakout sessions run from 10am - 1pm. The cost is free to students and for others a $20 donation is payable at the door via check, PO, voucher, or cash. If you're a Cortland student, please sign-in to each session you attend and please wear khakis and a collared polo shirt (preferably with a Cortland logo).
Wednesday, October 8, 2008
Dr. John R. Passarini, Ed.D., CAPE will deliver the keynote address to kick off the 2008 SUNY Cortland PE Mini-Conference on October 10, 2008. His speech “Nobody is Disabled; We are All Differently Abled” will no doubt echo his illustrious career as a tireless proponent of high-quality education for children of all abilities. John is an Assistant Professor at Salem State College, in Lexington, MA and received the Disney National Teacher of the Year Award in 2003 and the Adapted Physical Education National Teacher of the Year in 2000. The faculty and students are eager to hear him speak, participate in his workshops, and learn about his Inclusion Cube.
Here is the schedule for this year's SUNY Cortland PE Mini-Conference. Click here to view the schedule.