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  Dec 17, 2017
 
 
    
Undergraduate Catalog 2017-2019

Physical Education Major, BS


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Program Description

The Physical Education Teacher Education (PETE) program will prepare skilled, effective teachers who have the ability to obtain licensure in North Carolina by completing a program that is grounded in scientific, foundational and pedagogical knowledge. The Physical Education Recreation (Non-Teaching Option) and Physical Education Youth Development Concentrations (Non-Teaching Option) will prepare knowledgeable and skilled practitioners who, upon completion of program that is well-rounded with scientific and foundational knowledge and experiential learning, are able to develop and implement safe and effective physical activity programs for all people in various settings.

Student Learning Outcomes

Upon successful completion of the program, the student will:

1. Demonstrate knowledge of scientific and theoretical basis for human movement so that they can plan, implement, and evaluate health and physical activity programs.

2. Demonstrate knowledge, skills, and dispositions to effectively teach/implement safe and developmentally appropriate health and physical activity programs.

3. Demonstrate knowledge, skills and disposition to effectively teach/implement the fitness and nutrition concepts needed to reduce and prevent obesity.

4. Demonstrate competence in a variety of motor skills and fitness activities.

5. Demonstrate professional and ethical behavior and the dispositions of an emerging professional.

Physical Education Teacher Education – Track

To complete the major in Physical Education and be eligible for Licensure in Health and Physical Education, the student must satisfy the general education course requirements as well as the major and professional education components of the program. Students must earn a minimum grade of a C in each major and professional course and maintain a minimum 2.5 grade cumulative point average to continue in the major.

Students are also required to have current CPR and First Aid certification during the semester that they begin their pre-clinical experience. This can be acquired by passing HED 3236 or taking the certification courses from the American Red Cross or the American Heart Association.

Specialized Admission Requirements for the Major

All candidates who wish to be licensed to teach must formally apply for admission to teacher education during the spring semester of the sophomore year. A formal application with references must be submitted along with a virtual interview and other requirements. Student must pass the PRAXIS I examination prior to admittance into the teacher education program. Students must earn a minimum grade of a C grade in each major and professional course and must have a cumulative grade point average of 2.5 at the time of program admission and for the duration of the program.

Students must be admitted to Teacher Education prior to the Fall Semester of their junior year.

PRAXIS I:

Students are required to obtain the following passing scores or have the equivalent SAT or ACT scores in each are of Praxis I. Students who have a combined SAT score of 1100 are exempt from taking the Praxis I exam.

Physical Education Recreation Concentration (Non-Teaching) – Track

To major in Physical Education with a concentration in Recreation (non-teaching track), the student must satisfy the general education course requirements as well as the major and recreation components of the program. Students are required to earn a minimum grade of a C grade in each major and professional course and maintain a minimum 2.5 grade point average to continue in the major.

Students are also required to have current CPR and First Aid certification during the semester that they begin their practicum. This can be acquired by passing HED 3236 or taking the certification courses from the American Red Cross or the American Heart Association.

Physical Education Youth Development (Non-Teaching) – Track

To major in Physical Education with a concentration in Youth Development (non-teaching track), the student must satisfy the general education course requirements as well as the major and recreation components of the program. Students are required to earn a minimum grade of a C grade in each major and professional course and maintain a minimum 2.5 grade point average to continue in the major.

Students are also required to have current CPR and First Aid certification during the semester that they begin their practicum. This can be acquired by passing HED 3236 or taking the certification courses from the American Red Cross or the American Heart Association.

Course Notes

PED 4210 and PED 4110 should be taken concurrently

PED 3120 and PED 4201 should be taken concurrently

PED 4612 Internship: Application and placement procedures must be completed by the end of the semester immediately preceding the actual internship. Students cannot be enrolled in more than 12 hours during the internship semester. (A maximum of 4 additional courses can be taken during the internship semester)

EDU 4981 Student Teaching – Students must complete all course requirements with the exception of PED 4333 – Responsive Pedagogy prior to student teaching.

Progression Requirements

All Physical Education majors must take and successfully complete PED 2000 Midpoint Assessment and Examination. This is a non-credit course, which addresses assessment of academic progress, fitness, and sport skills. All majors must pass the course as soon as possible after earning 48 semester hours and before earning 80 semester hours. Students who have earned 80 semester hours without completing this course will not be allowed to register for specific courses.

Licensure candidates must formally apply for admission to the Teacher Education Program. Admission into the Teacher Education Program is a prerequisite for taking all upper level professional education courses, including the physical education methods’ course.

PHYSICAL EDUCATION TEACHER EDUCATION

Major Courses

HED 3304 - Health Education Concepts and Principles

HED 3236 – CPR and First Aid

HED 3302 - Family Health & Sexuality Education

HED 3303 - Personal Health Behaviors

HED 3305 - Methods/Materials in Health Ed

PED 2000 – Midpoint Assessment & Examination

PED 2103 - Professional Preparation in Physical Education

PED 2132 - Rhythm and Educational Gymnastics

PED 2142 - Analysis of Teaching Team Sports

PED 2143 - Analysis of Teaching Individual and Dual Sports

PED 2144 – Practicum in Physical Education

PED 2302 – From Ancient Greece to ESPN: Physical Education & Sport History

PED 2321 - Physiological Basis for Human Movement

PED 2340 - Motor Development

PED 3204 - Elementary Physical Education

PED 3321 - Exercise Physiology

PED 3322 – Fitness Concepts and Assessment

PED 3411 - Kinesiological Basis of Human Movement

PED 4131 - Curriculum Development in Healthful Living

PED 4311 - Motor Learning and Control

PED 4320 - Adapted Physical Education for Exceptional Children

PED 4321 - Middle School/Secondary Physical Education

Professional Courses

EDU 4338 - Psychological Foundations of Education

EDU 4981 - Observation, Student Teaching, and Practicum

RED 4362 - Methods and Materials in Reading Instruction Middle Grades

PED 4333 – Student Teaching Seminar

PHYSICAL EDUCATION: RECREATION (NON - TEACHING)

Major Courses

HED 3236 – CPR and First Aid

PED 2000 – Midpoint Assessment and Examination

PED 2105 - Beginning Swimming

PED 2103 - Professional Preparation in Physical Education

PED 2104 - Dance

PED 2132 - Rhythm and Educational Gymnastics

PED 2321 - Physiological Basis for Human Movement

PED 2340 - Motor Development

PED 2142 - Analysis of Teaching Individual and Dual Sports

PED 2143 - Analysis of Teaching Team Sports

PED 2144 – Practicum in Physical Education

PED 3120 - Effective Coaching

PED 3204 - Elementary Physical Education

PED 3322 – Fitness Concepts and Assessment

PED 3411 - Kinesiological Basis of Human Movement

PED 4311 - Motor Learning and Control

PED 4320 - Adapted Physical Education for Exceptional Children

PED 4331 - Organization and Administration

PED 4612 - Internship

PHYSICAL EDUCATION: YOUTH DEVELOPMENT (NON - TEACHING)

Major Courses

HED 3236 – CPR and First Aid

PED 2000 – Midpoint Assessment and Examination

PED 2105 - Beginning Swimming

PED 2103 - Professional Preparation in Physical Education

PED 2104 - Dance

PED 2132 - Rhythm and Educational Gymnastics

PED 2321 - Physiological Basis for Human Movement

PED 2340 - Motor Development

PED 2142 - Analysis of Teaching Individual and Dual Sports

PED 2143 - Analysis of Teaching Team Sports

PED 2144 – Practicum in Physical Education

PED 3120 - Effective Coaching

PED 3204 - Elementary Physical Education

PED 3322 – Fitness Concepts and Assessment

PED 3411 - Kinesiological Basis of Human Movement

PED 4201 Methods and Techniques in Coaching

PED 4311 - Motor Learning and Control

PED 4320 - Adapted Physical Education for Exceptional Children

PED 4331 - Organization and Administration

PED 4612 - Internship

Youth Development Concentration Courses

PED 3122 - Service Learning Project in Youth Development                 1

                                                                                           

PED 3304- Mentoring Underserved Youth                                            3

                                                                                                                    

PED 3306 - Youth Development Through Sport And Physical Activity     3

                                                                                                                    

PED 4308 - Contemporary Issues in Youth Development                      3

                                                                                                                    

PED 4310 - Funding & Evaluation of Sport-Based Youth Development    3

 

PSY 3302 – Adolescence Psychology                                                    3

                                                                                                            

Youth Development Concentration Electives Choose 6 hours

 

REH 2304 Crisis Intervention                                                                   3

 

SPM 3308 - Facilities Management & Design                                              3

 

SPM 3301 – Sport Marketing and Promotion                                              3

 

HED 4301 Management of Health Promotions Programs                             3

 

EDU 3322 - Parent, School and Community Relationship                            3

 

HCM 3322 - Proposal Writing                                                                   3

 

TRC 2111 - Introduction to Community Recreation                                    3

 

Pre-Requisite Courses

PED 3204 pre-requisite PED 2340

PED 3321 pre-requisite PED 2321

PED 3323 pre-requisite PED 3411, PED 3321

PED 3411 pre-requisite PED 2321

PED 4111 pre-requisite CPR & First Aid Certification

PED 4311 pre-requisite PED 2340

PED 4321 pre-requisite Admission to the Teacher Education Program

PED 4612 pre-requisite PED 2340, PED 4320, TRC 2311, TRC 3302, TRC 3323, TRC 3318

HED 2306 - Understanding Health Disparities is a prerequisite for HED 3304

TRC 3310 pre-requisite TRC 2311 & TRC 3323

TRC 3318 pre-requisite TRC 2311

TRC 3323 pre-requisite TRC 2311

 

Major Course Sequence

PED 2103 - Professional Preparation in Physical Education                               (Spring Only)

PED 2304 – Foundations of Physical Education, Exercise Science and Sport       (Fall Only)

PED 2142 – Analysis of Teaching Individual and Dual Sports                            (Fall Only)

PED 2143 – Analysis of Teaching Team Sports                                                 (Spring Only)

PED 2321 – Physiology of Human Movement

PED 2340 – Motor Development

PED 3120 – Effective Coaching                                                                      (Fall Only)

HED 3302 – Family Health & Sexuality Education                                            (Fall Only)

HED 3303 – Personal Health Behaviors                                                         

PED 3411 – Kinesiology

PED 3322 – Fitness Concepts and Assessments                                               (Fall Only)

PED 3204 – Elementary Physical Education                                                  

PED 3321 – Exercise Physiology

HED 3304 - Health Education Concepts and Principles                                      (Fall Only)

HED 3305 - Methods/Materials in Health Ed                                                     (Spring Only)

PED 4320 – Adapted Physical Education                                                          (Spring Only)

PED 4131 - Curriculum Development in Healthful Living                                   (Fall Only)

PED 4311 – Motor Learning                                                                            (Fall Only)

PED 4321 – Secondary Physical Education                                                       (Fall Only)

Concentration Course Sequence

PED 3122 - Service Learning Project in Youth Development               

PED 3304- Mentoring Underserved Youth                                                        (Fall Only)       

PED 3306 - Youth Development Through Sport And Physical Activity                  (Fall Only)

PED 4308 - Contemporary Issues in Youth Development                   

PED 4310 - Funding and Evaluation of Sport-Based Youth Development              (Spring Only)

TRC 2301 - Outdoor Recreation: Foundations and Experiences                           (Fall Only)

TRC 2311 - Introduction to Community Recreation                                           (Spring Only)

TRC 2313 - Environmental Issues, Education, and Ethics                                   (Spring Only)

TRC 3302 - Recreational Activities: Analysis & Application                                 (Fall Only)

TRC 3310 – Leisure Education

TRC 3318 - Leadership and Supervision in Recreation                                   

TRC 3323 - Program Planning in Recreation                                                     (Spring Only)

Course Notes

PED 3120 and PED 4201 should be taken concurrently

PED 4612 Internship: Application and placement procedures must be completed by the end of the semester immediately preceding the actual internship. Students cannot be enrolled in more than 12 hours during the internship semester. (A maximum of 4 additional courses can be taken during the internship semester)

EDU 4981 Student Teaching – Students must complete all course requirements with the exception of PED 4333 – Responsive Pedagogy prior to student teaching.

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