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LASBM is a school business management network group which provides peer support and professional development to its members. On our podcast we will share relevant content for those working (or aspiring to work) in school business management and educational leadership, including Finance, HR, Facilities Management and Procurement.
 
Become a Know-It-All about all things education with Allison R. Brown, former attorney for the U.S. Department of Justice in the Civil Rights Division's Educational Opportunities Section and currently President of Allison Brown Consulting (ABC). With Allison's extensive experience, Know-It-All will inform listeners about education issues relevant to students, educators, families, community members, and others.
 
Freud famously said that the aim of psychoanalysis was to enable us to work, love and play with minimum conflict. So what gets in the way of us doing that? Philosophy of Psychoanalysis is an educational course presented at a third-year tertiary education level by A/Prof. Doris McIlwain. The course aims to ground you in the basics: the nature of unconscious processes, repression, sexuality, dreams, morality, grief, gender identity, drives and affects and their implications for perception, mem ...
 
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For this episode, I spoke with Dr. Justin Haegele about his most recent research around children with visual impairments and their experiences with inclusion in a physical education setting. Dr. Justin Haegele (@Justin_Haegele) is an associate professor at Old Dominion University, an accomplished researcher in the field of adapted physical activity…
 
Listen in on this very interesting podcast, where we have a different format where myself and our guest co-host Dr. Garth Tymeson (Emeritus Professor @ UW-La Crosse) had several generations of APE professionals on the podcast for a short time to discuss their experiences with the Office of Special Education Programs (OSEP) personnel development gra…
 
Listen in on the May NCPEID APE Collaborative, featuring two well-experienced guest veterans in the field of APA, to discuss current issues in adapted aquatics as well as lessons and tips for adapting, innovating, and inventing in the APE field.Dr. Monica Lepore (@MonicaLepore), retired APE professor from West Chester University will be discussing …
 
Listen in on the March NCPEID collaborative featuring a panel of experts in the Adapted Physical Activity (APA) field, as they discuss what’s going on in the field of physical education from services & programs, to inclusion and support, and how these compare from a North American context to a European context. This panel of experts include Hayley …
 
This podcast features Dr. Sean Healy from the School of Nursing, Psychotherapy, and Community Health at Dublin City University in Ireland. Dr. Healy has studied around the world, receiving his Master’s Degree in Adapted Physical Activity (APA) in Belgium, and PhD at the University of Virginia. Before recently returning back to Ireland, he also work…
 
A continuation of the podcast discussion on APE hiring and mentoring processes with recurring guest speakers Dr. Barry Lavay (@BarryLavay), Professor Emeritus who recently retired and was a full professor of APE at California State University, Long Beach (CSULB) and the APE coordinator for 33 years and Dr. Melissa Bittner (@MBittner_APE), Assistant…
 
In this podcast we talk to Dr. Barry Lavay (@BarryLavay), Professor Emeritus who recently retired and was a full professor of APE at California State University, Long Beach (CSULB) and the APE coordinator for 33 years and Dr. Melissa Bittner (@MBittner_APE), Assistant professor since 2017 and current APE Coordinator at CSULB, regarding the hiring a…
 
Listen in on the February NCPEID collaborative featuring guest speakers Dr. Rebecca Lytle and Danielle Musser! Dr. Lytle, professor and APE program coordinator at California State University at Chico discusses the key factors to writing successful grant applications and specifically the OSEP grant (Office of Special Education Programs). She has had…
 
For this episode of What's New in APE, I led a discussion with Matt Ney, who is the founder of the new company called Kakana. Kakana is a online service that provides physical activity opportunities tailored to meet individuals with disabilities' unique needs. More specifically, Kakana offers a wide range of adapted classes (e.g., yoga, mediation, …
 
Hello APE podcast listeners and welcome to another episode/post on the What's New in APE platform! For this episode, I was able to bring back Paralympian Jessica Heims to talk about here recent experiences with competing in the 2020 Paralympics and navigating COVID. Jessica is a recent graduate from the University of Northern Iowa, where she compet…
 
For this episode of the What's New in APE Podcast, we are able to deliver a recording of the December NCPEID APE Collaborative where two highly regarded experts in the field of APA discussed different types of assessments, how to use them, and how they were developed. First Tonya Moore (@mooretonya2003), the Physical Education and Health Coordinato…
 
For this episode of What's New in APE, I led a discussion with APE journal editors Dr. Martin Block, Dr. Jeffrey Martin, and Pauli Rintala addressing their experiences within the field of Adapted Physical Activity and as research editors. Discussed in this podcast are a variety of topics including effective strategies for teaching and learning in A…
 
A recording of the November NCPEID APE Collaborative, with guest speaker Dr. Luis Columna of the University of Wisconsin, Madison. Dr. Columna is an associate professor and author of two books, as well as numerous peer reviewed journal articles. He has served on various different journal committees and has given over 100 presentations/workshops at …
 
Within this podcast we had a discussion with Dr. Michelle Grenier, President of the National Consortium for Physical Education for Individuals with Disabilities (NCPEID), about the importance of advocacy for quality Physical Education resources for individuals with disabilities, and the efforts of NCPEID to spread information and awareness. Dr. Mic…
 
For this episode, I am able to share the most recent APE Collaborative hosted by the National Consortium for Physical Education for Individuals with Disabilities (NCPEID). This is a brand new collaborative, where experts in the field of APE are invited to speak on a specific topic and then viewers are able to interact with one another and the exper…
 
During this episode of What’s New in APE we will be discussing the 50th National APE conference (NAPEC) that will be held virtually on November 4-6, 2021. Today we have Kathy Russell one of Conference Directors and Dr. Barry Lavay one of the Program Committees chairs to discuss the celebration that is planned to mark the 50th anniversary of this co…
 
For this episode, I am able to share the recent APE Collaborative hosted by the National Consortium for Physical Education for Individuals with Disabilities (NCPEID). This is a brand new collaborative, where experts in the field of APE are invited to speak on a specific topic and then viewers are able to interact with one another and the experts. F…
 
I recently had the opportunity to sit down with Dr. Kathleen Martin Ginis and discuss some of her work that has focused on physical activity interventions and recommendations for individuals with disabilities, how to change health-related behaviors, and the dissemination of knowledge related to health and disability. Dr. Martin Ginis is a professor…
 
In this episode, I had a conversation with Kae McCarty (@KM_McCarty) about the status of disability sports at the collegiate level. Ms. McCarty is completing her doctoral degree at Oregon State University, under her adviser Dr. Megan MacDonald, where she is conducting research around disability sport and college athletes. Ms. Within this discussion…
 
I am very happy to release a new episode of the podcast, as I have been on somewhat of a hiatus for the last month or so as I have recently moved my family to New Hampshire. In the beginning of the podcast, I recorded a short update on the changes going on in my life. For the rest of the episode, I had a conversation with Dr. Anthony Maher (@ajmahe…
 
This is the second of two lectures that explores how our history and environment shape our personality, gender differences and self concept. A/Prof. Doris McIlwains publications are now available for free from https://www.johnsutton.net/doris-mcilwains-writings/ Thanks for Prof. John Sutton. Check it out! There's a new psychoanalysis podcast in tow…
 
How does our history and environment shape our personality? And is this stable? A/Prof. Doris McIlwains publications are now available for free from https://www.johnsutton.net/doris-mcilwains-writings/ Thanks for Prof. John Sutton. Check it out! Contact Email: philosophyofpsychoanalysis@gmail.com Lecturer: Associate Professor Doris McIlwain. Theme …
 
This is the second of two lectures that address: Memory, narrative therapy, important life events, creativity, personality, mental flexibility, positive and negative affect, cognitive flexibility, cognitive arousal, emotions, coping strategies, teamwork, Neuroplasticity, resilience, curiosity and more! A/Prof. Doris McIlwains publications are now a…
 
This is the first of two lectures that address: Memory, narrative therapy, important life events, creativity, personality, mental flexibility, positive and negative affect, cognitive flexibility, cognitive arousal, emotions, coping strategies, teamwork, neuroplasticity, resilience, curiosity and more A/Prof. Doris McIlwains publications are now ava…
 
What is the connection between personality and memory? This lecture is the second of two that talks about: Cultural storytelling, personal myths, narratives and the self, schemas, family remembering, narrative therapy, empathic listening, memory, trauma, emotional remembering and more. A/Prof. Doris McIlwains publications are now available for free…
 
This episode was led by repeat guest hosts from California State University, Long Beach: Dr. Barry Lavay (APE Professor, @BarryLavay) and Dr. Melissa Bittner (APE Professor, @MBittner_APE). In this episode we join them in one of their undergraduate APE classes, where they had a panel of recent APE student teachers and their mentors they worked with…
 
This lecture is the first of two that talks about: Cultural storytelling, personal myths, narratives and the self, schemas, family remembering, narrative therapy, empathic listening, memory, trauma, emotional remembering and more. A/Prof. Doris McIlwains publications are now available for free from https://www.johnsutton.net/doris-mcilwains-writing…
 
This lecture is the second of two lectures that address: Personality disorders, parental attunement, coping mechanisms, defence mechanisms, the development of disorders, the dark triad, narcissism, psychopathy, shame and more. A/Prof. Doris McIlwains publications are now available for free from https://www.johnsutton.net/doris-mcilwains-writings/ T…
 
What creates a psychopath? What about a narcissist ? This lecture is the first of two that address: Personality disorders, coping mechanisms, defence mechanisms, the development of disorders, the dark triad and more. A/Prof. Doris McIlwain's publications are now available for free from https://www.johnsutton.net/doris-mcilwains-writings/ Thanks for…
 
In this episode, I had a conversation with Amanda Ebert (@eberta2) about ethical and moral issues that practitioners in the field of adapted physical activity (APA) deal with on a regular basis. This conversation was guided by a paper Ms. Ebert and her adviser Dr. Donna Goodwin published from her Master's thesis called "Sand in the Shorts: Experien…
 
This lecture is the second of two that address: Clinical inference, Personality assessment, transference, psychopathy, empathy, affect, dark triad, psychoanalytic diagnosis, Shedler-Westen Assessment Procedure (SWAP) and more. A/Prof. Doris McIlwain's publications are now available for free from https://www.johnsutton.net/doris-mcilwains-writings/ …
 
This lecture is the first of two that address: Clinical inference, Personality assessment, transference, gestalt, dreams, fantasies, psychoanalysis, emotions, Freud, DSM-V, Validity, Reliability, traits, empathy and more A/Prof. Doris McIlwain's publications are now available for free from https://www.johnsutton.net/doris-mcilwains-writings/ Thanks…
 
In today's very special episode we had an interview with Drs. Pauli Rintala (University of Jyväskylä) and Kwok Ng (University of Eastern Finland and University of Limerick) about the International Symposium of Adapted Physical Activity (ISAPA) and the field of adapted physical activity (APA) at an international level. Follow Dr. Kwok Ng @kwokwng. A…
 
This lecture is the second of two that address: Personality development, early life experiences, complex trauma, personality disorders, schemas, subpersonal, culture, unconscious, drives, affects, attachment, self and other distinctions, trust, empathy, attunement and more A/Prof. Doris McIlwain's publications are now available for free from https:…
 
This lecture is the first of two that address: Personality development, early life experiences, complex trauma, personality disorders, schemas, subpersonal, culture, unconscious, drives, affects, attachment, self and other distinctions, trust, empathy, attunement and more. Contact Email: philosophyofpsychoanalysis@gmail.com Lecturer: Associate Prof…
 
In this special episode, we had Dr. Lauren Liberman from SUNY Brockport college to discuss how to teach students with visual impairments (VI) in a physical education setting. Dr. Lauren Lieberman is a a Distinguished Service Professor in the area of adapted physical education. Prior to graduate school, she taught at the Perkins School for the Blind…
 
This lecture is the second of two that address: Qualitative, Quantitative, Research, Subjectivity, Objectivity, the Big Five, Psychological research, Personality, Methodology, Disconfirmation, Ideographic, Nomothetic, Statistics, Dark Triad, Traits, Empathy, Attachment, Trauma, Childhood, Neuropsychology, Bypassing shame, Adaption, Inhibition, Moti…
 
This lecture is the first of two that address: Qualitative, Quantitative, Research, Subjectivity, Objectivity, the Big Five, Psychological research, Personality, Methodology, Disconfirmation, Ideographic, Nomothetic, Statistics, Dark Triad, Traits, Empathy, Attachment, Trauma, Childhood, Neuropsychology, Bypassing shame, Adaption, Inhibition, Motiv…
 
For this episode, I am able to share a recent keynote lecture that occurred at my university (the University of Northern Iowa), where Dr. Justin Haegele spoke to our college of education about children with disabilities' experiences with inclusion in a physical education setting. Dr. Justin Haegele (@Justin_Haegele) is an associate professor at Old…
 
An introduction to personality. This lecture addresses: Cults, Charisma, Culture, Personality, the Big Five, Developmental psychology, childhood, traits, the Dark Triad, research, methodology, factor analysis and more. Contact Email: philosophyofpsychoanalysis@gmail.com Lecturer: Associate Professor Doris McIlwain. Theme song creator: Rose Mackenzi…
 
Season 2 of Philosophy of Psychoanalysis is coming soon! In this lecture series A/Prof McIlwain addresses the Psychology of Personality from a psychoanalytic perspective. Contact Email: philosophyofpsychoanalysis@gmail.com Lecturer: Associate Professor Doris McIlwain. Theme song creator: Rose Mackenzie-Peterson. Logo creator: Campbell Henderson. ht…
 
In this episode we discuss justice pedagogy and the need for diversity and representation within the field of PE/APE. This podcast features three panelists from The Ohio State University, which included Dr. Samuel Hodge who is a full professor of physical education and adapted physical education, and two of his PhD candidates: Thomas Wilson and Ros…
 
Q & A expert panel session on the pandemic from our January 2021 virtual conference for school business managers. If you’re working in school business management and not already a LASBM member, you may be interested in joining our group. Go to www.lasbm.com and click on the membership tab for more information and a link to register for your free tr…
 
In this episode we discuss service learning programs (where college students work with individuals with disabilities in a physical activity setting) within college APA programs, and how contact theory is applied to these experiences. To guide this discussion, we had three panelists who have run these programs and conducted research on the topic: Dr…
 
Hello APE Viewers! I recently had the opportunity to sit down with two scholars who recently authored a chapter in the textbook "Routledge Handbook of Adapted Physical Education" called Public Health Research. These scholars included Dr. Byron Lai, an assistant professor within the Department of Pediatrics at the University of Alabama at Birmingham…
 
In our third installment of talking to those involved in the Multi-Institution Adapted Physical Activity (APA) Mentorship Consortium, we talk to two of the developers of the original idea for the consortium: Drs. Justin Haegele (Old Dominion University) and Joonkoo Yun (East Carolina University). Within this episode we discuss how they developed th…
 
Welcome to the What's New in APE Podcast blog/podcast. In this episode, I had a discussion with two APE teachers in the state of Georgia that have created high quality videos that deliver programming specific to PE for students with disabilities, as well as Special Olympics Training and Games. More specifically, these APE teachers include Dave Mart…
 
This episode is very unique, in that it is an example of a project from my Technology in Physical Education (PE) undergraduate course at the University of Northern Iowa (UNI). This project had PE undergraduates create a podcast focused on a specific area of PE and for a specific audience. After listening to all of them, I felt one group did an outs…
 
As explained in an earlier post, "The journey of choosing to pursue, and actually pursuing doctorate are very difficult and individual". Somewhat in a continuation of the recent podcast episode focused on how PhD students choose and navigate a PhD program in the area of adapted physical activity (APA), for this episode we interviewed a panel of APA…
 
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