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will increase ability to assume and/or maintain appropriate posture during school activities, to ___________ (criteria), as measured by ___________ (evaluation tool.).

Maintain head in midline in the following position ________________.
Assume prone position.
Assume a supine position.
Assume an all four's position.
Assume a tail kneeling position.
Assume an appropriate sitting position.
Assume a standing position.
Maintain a prone position.
Maintain a supine position.
Maintain a kneeling position.
Maintain a sitting position
Maintain a standing position.
Maintain a prone position and reach for an object.
Maintain a supine position and reach for an object.
Maintain an all four's position.
Maintain a tall kneeling position and reach for an object.
Maintain a sitting position and reach for an object.
Maintain a standing position and reach for an object.


will increase ability to roll _____ out of ________ opportunities, as measured by _________ (evaluation tool).
Roll prone to side.
Roll supine to side.
Roll prone to supine.
Roll supine to prone.
Roll _____________consecutive rolls.


will increase ability to move about the classroom environment to get to desired location to ________ (criteria) as measured by __________ (evaluation tool).
Roll to desired location.
Crawl on stomach to desired location.
Creep on hands and knees to desired location.
Knee walk to desired location.
Cruise to desired location.
Walk to desired location.


will increase ability to use safety techniques (condition), when moving about the school environment to ________ (criteria) as measured by _______ (evaluation tool).
Use appropriate speed.
Use caution in opening and closing doors.
Attend visually to environment.
Maintain safe distance from others.
Use correct side of hallways and stairs.
Use caution around corners.
Use caution while backing-up.
Negotiate stairs with/without equipment.


will increase transfer skills used during the school day to __________ (criteria), as measured by ________ (evaluation tool).
Transfer to and from floor to classroom chair.
Transfer to and from floor to wheelchair.
Transfer to and from bench to wheelchair.
Transfer to and from bench to chair.
Transfer to and from wheelchair to toilet.
Transfer to and from standing position to toilet.
Transfer to and from standing to chair.
Transfer to and from standing to wheelchair.
Transfer to and from standing to bench.
Transfer to and from standing to stander.
Transfer lo and from wheelchair to stander.
Transfer to and from classroom chair to wheelchair.
Use safety techniques during transfers by __________ (locking brakes, turning power off/on power wc. swinging
controls out of the way, positioning footplates, etc.).
Position wheelchair optimally for transfers.


will increase ability to use manual/power wheelchair to _______ (criteria) as measured by _________ (evaluation tool).
Access switch.
Release switch/stop appropriately.
Turn controls on/off appropriately.
Move forward for feet.
Turn right.
Turn left.
Move backwards.
Go up/down a curb.
Go up/down a ramp.
Perform a "wheelie".


will increase ability to move about the school environment to get desired location to _________ (criteria), as measured by ____________ (evaluation tool).
Walk to desired location by:________.
Move to desired location using the following adaptive equipment:
Maintain pace with peers when moving between locations in the building.
Maintain pace with classmates when moving in a group.
Move up stairs by:
Move down stairs by:


will increase skills in wheelchair mobility when moving about the physical education environment ____ out of _____ opportunities as measured by __________ (evaluation tool).
Negotiate _________cone obstacle course.
Slow down and step safely.
Move safely in group activities.
Negotiate barriers.
Assume and/or maintain safe posture during physical education activities.
Perform twenty-five-yard dash.
Exhibit correct wheeling strokes for speed/endurance.
Execute a turn with precision.