This section is designed to help you better understand the CSULB APE program. Each section provides a title, followed by a brief explaination of the information, followed by a download hyperlink of the information in PDF format.
These documents provide answers to the most frequently asked questions regarding the Adapted Physical Education Added Authorization (APEAA) Program. Candidates are advised to read these two document first as both will provide an overview of the program and will answer the majority of your questions regarding the program and includes such links such as CSULB tuition costs.
The following link is a memo that is helpful in understaning how to apply and to the APEAA program better understand the application links on this website that follow General information APE inquirieslink
Dr. Blavay, CSU, Long Beach, Kinesiology Department APE Coordinator, 1250 Bellflower Blvd., Long Beach, CA 90840 email@example.com, 562/985-4077
California Commission on Teacher Crendentialing (CTC) Title 5 Regulations pertaining to the Added Authorization in Adapted Physical Education Added Authorization (APEAA)
to apply to teach in CA see APEAA and reguirements
See the following CTC website
The new 2013 CTC revised Added Authorization Program Standards PDF Document outlines APE AA specific guidance and state reguirements for sponsors of APE Programs.
Program Candidates Signature form is a contract between the candidate and APE Coordinator regarding the course work needed to successfully meet all course work requirements to receive the California APE AA . This is the signature form that candidates will provide to the CSULB Credential office upon successfully completing the APEAA program.
The CSU APE Coordinators have developed guidelines or aroadmap for credential advising toward the successful completion of the APEAA. Reguirements for APEAA candidates who hold either a Single Subject Physical Education (SSPE), Multiple Subject (MS) or Education Specialist (SE) credential.
UNIVERSITY APEAA ONLINE APPLICATION DIRECTIONS
This form provides detailed directions for students making online application to the APEAA Credential Program only. This application needs to be completed in order to be accepted into the University & the APE program.
Admission deadlines for Fall 2014 semester is June 1st IMPORTANT Please Read Questions regarding specific application process contact: enrollment services at firstname.lastname@example.org
Include: unofficial transcripts that apply to application. COMPLETE ALL SECTIONS UNLESS OTHERWISE INDICATED. Include with your application a ONE PAGE SUMMARY of why you want to be admitted to the CSULB APEAA program and teach APE to children with disabilities and USmail to APE Coordinator, Barry Lavay, CSU, Long Beach, Dept KIN, 1250 Bellflower Blvd., LB CA 90840.
See Undergraduate KIN Option in PETE concentration in APE BS work sheet to help you with advising and course work reguirements. Check with advisor for latest update.
This document provides the undergraduate student enrolled in the APE concentration with both general and specific APE advising information.
The coursework requirements to obtain the APE AA credential and the Single Subject PE coursework APE together
The purpose of the student teaching experience is to provide the prospective teacher with an opportunity to observe, develop, and practice teaching skills in adapted physical education (APE). This is usually the culminating and most important experience in your professional preparation program toward receiving the APE AA .APE students teacher download this document.
The following provides directions and information needed to complete the APEAA program. Included are: (a) Memo directions for completing the process (b) APE AA Portfolio Notebook directions and grade rubric, and (c) APE AA Student Exit Survey and Self report of Perceived Learning Outcomes -see website link in memo. Click on the links that follow and bring this material with you to the exit interview
Read first carefully Memo APEAA exit directions
Each candidate must submit an APEAA Teaching Portfolio notebook to the Department APE Coordinator as part of successfully completing the APEAA program. Included are the directions to complete the notebook and the grade rubric the instructor will use to evaluate the materials .
The following is a STUDENT example of an APE Portfolio notebook that follows with the directions and rubric requirements and that passed with distinction.
This is a survey developed by the APE AA Program to identify the major learning outcomes students need while preparing to teach APE in the public schools. Please respond to the survey by going to the link listed below and answering the questions on the survey. Please print the page that states you have complete the survey and bring to the exit interview meeting. You can go to the link below or cut and pasted the website URL below into your browser and complete the survey.
This link provides APE assesment information & the various documents -go to Advanced Teacher Preparation and Adapted PE
We are very proud of our Alumni and the good work they do! Provided is information on the CSULB APE program. This includes a brief year by year list (since 1996) of the students and teachers who have received their APEAA from CSULB and a brief description of yearly events that have occurred in the APE program. Also a link to the namesof all APEAA graduates by year
"Inside CSULB" discusses the CSULB APE program
Summer Camp Nugget summer programs for children with special needs
ASAPP after school program for children with special needs fall and Spring
The CAHPERD State Council on Adapted Physical Education (SCAPE) is the working body of the APE Section of the General Division of the California Association for Health, Physical Education, Recreation, and Dance (CAHPERD).
Educational Psych Clinic academic program for children with special needs in the College of Education- http://www.ced.csulb.edu/asec/clinic