Ernie Williams

  • Manteca, California

Adapted Physical Education Teacher

Work History

Work History
2013 - Present

Co-Founder

Adapted Physical Education Channel

A YouTube Channel designed to help parents, teachers, and students with sports and physical activity.

2006 - Present

Adapted Physical Education Teacher

Manteca Unified School District
Work with Student with special needs, to help build skills up to become successful in a general physical education class. Practicing: Locomotor skills, object control skills, non-traditional games, dance and outdoor sports.

Education

Education
2014 - 2015

In Progress - Masters in Kinesiology

Fresno Pacific University
2001 - 2005

Bachelor of Science (BS) in Kinesiology

California State University-Sacramento
1998 - 2004

Associate of Arts (AA)

San Joaquin Delta College

Skills

Skills

Special Education

Assess students to determine if they qualify for adapted physical education (APE); generate reports regarding student assessments; develop goals for students in physical activity; and collaborate with speech teachers, language pathologists, special education teachers, resource teachers, general education teachers, occupational therapists, physical therapists, vision teachers, mobility teachers, program specialists, administrators, and parents to develop individual education plans (IEPs).

Program Development

Develop individual education plans (IEPs) for students that qualify for adapted physical education according to California standards

Lesson Planning

Develop lesson plans that address each adapted physical education (APE) student's area of motor delay.

Teaching

Teach 35 to 40 hours a week at 13 different school sites students between the ages of 5 and 21 that qualify for adapted physical education (APE).

Certifications

Certifications
2006 - Present

Single Subject Physical Education Credential

State of California
2006 - Present

Adapted Physical Education Credential

State of California