245 TEACHING INDIVIDUALDUAL SPORTS AND ACTIVITIES 3 FS Majmin only KNR 158 conc

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245 TEACHING INDIVIDUAL/DUAL SPORTS AND ACTIVITIES 3 F,S Maj/min only. KNR 158, conc reg KNR 221 req. Mate- rials charge optional. Content knowledge and teaching skills and various individ- ual sports and activities. Emphasis on teaching progressions, management, assessment, and strategies. 246 TEACHING DANCE AND TUMBLING/GYMNASTICS FORMS 2 F,S Maj/min only. KNR 158, conc reg KNR 242 req. Fundamental skills and concepts of dance and tumbling/gymnastics. Safety procedures, skill develop- ment, instructional strategies, and assessment are included. 247 PROMOTING PHYSICAL ACTIVITY AND FITNESS IN PHYSICAL EDUCATION 3 F,S Maj/min only. KNR 158, 240 and 280 req. Conc reg KNR 341 req. Not for cr if had KNR 281, 283, 285. Materials charge optional. Current activity levels/fitness of youth, promotion of life- time physical activity, evaluative procedures, and imple- menting fitness activities into the curriculum. 252 EMERGENCY ASPECTS OF ATHLETIC INJURIES 3 S KNR 298.11 or conc reg req. Materials charge optional. Emergency planning, prevention, and care for athletics. 254 SOCIO-PSYCHOLOGICAL PERSPECTIVES IN PHYSICAL ACTIVITY 3 F,S Maj/min only or cons inst req. Survey of cultural, philosophical, social and psychological factors influencing the nature, evolution and maintenance of informal and formal physical activities. 257 MOTOR LEARNING AND PERFORMANCE 3 F,S Maj/min only.or cons inst req. Study of processes involved in acquiring and perfect- ing motor skills and effects of aging on acquisition of those skills. 260 ATHLETIC INJURY CONCEPTS FOR COACHES 3 S KNR 207 or conc reg; soph standing req. An introductory course for coaches, with emphasis on the prevention and care of athletic injuries. 280 EXERCISE PHYSIOLOGY 3 F,S Maj/min only. KNR 181 and 182 req; KNR 240 conc reg req. Application of human anatomy and physiology to the understanding of physical education. Effects of exercise on body systems and performance. Kinesiology and Recreation
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146 C A S T 282 BIOMECHANICS OF HUMAN MOVEMENT 3 F,S KNR 181 or BSC 181 req; PHY 105 or 108 req. Lecture and lab. Formerly KINESIOLOGY. Materials charge optional. Study of human movement based on principles of anatomy and mechanics of motion 284 PREVENTION AND CARE OF ATHLETIC INJURIES 3 F,S KNR 181 or cons inst req. Maj/min only. An introductory course, with emphasis on the prevention and care of athletic injuries. 285 RESISTIVE EXERCISE INSTRUCTIONAL METHODS 1 F,S Maj/min only. KNR 164, 240, 280 req. Instructor preparation for creating individualized resistive exercise programs for persons across the age span. Includes personal skill development. 286 GROUP EXERCISE INSTRUCTIONAL METHODS 2 F,S Maj/min only. KNR 164, 240, 280 req. Introduction to leading several modes of group fitness classes for a variety of populations, including group leader- ship experiences. 288 THERAPEUTIC MODALITIES 3 F KNR 181, 182, 188 or cons inst req.
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  • Fall '15
  • TrevorBelcher
  • Academia, Academic degree, Bachelor's degree

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