Catalog Year

2021-2022

Degree

Credits

120

Locations

Mankato

Physical Education & Developmental Adapted Phy Ed (BS)

Program Requirements

Required General Education

An introductory nutrition class which emphasizes the scientific method and natural science principles from biochemistry, physiology, chemistry, and other sciences to explain the relationships between food and its use by the human body for energy, regulation, structure, and optimal health. GE-3 non-lab

Prerequisites: none

Goal Areas: GE-03

This course is designed to introduce the wellness concept, encouraging development of physical, mental, social and environmental health of the individual. The course ultimately fosters decision-making through a variety of instructional strategies.

Prerequisites: none

Goal Areas: GE-10

Provides the knowledge and skills necessary in an emergency to help sustain life, reduce pain, and minimize the consequences of injury or sudden illness. Includes First Aid certification for the non-professional and all aspects of CPR for the non-professional and professional.

Prerequisites: none

Goal Areas: GE-11

Addresses drugs and drug use from psychological, behavioral, pharmacological, historical, legal and clinical perspectives - while examining the effects of drug use on personal health and social functioning.

Prerequisites: none

Goal Areas: GE-05

Fundamentals of physical education activities focuses on skill performance and analysis in a variety of physical education activities. Majors only. This course must be taken concurrently with HP 201.

Prerequisites: none

Study of interpersonal skills, motivation, and group skills. Applied to educational settings. Requires 18 hours clinical service learning experience (out of class). Meets State of Minnesota human relations requirement for teacher licensure.

Prerequisites: none

Goal Areas: GE-07, GE-11

Diverse Cultures: Gold

This course is designed to provide a thorough introduction to the broad spectrum of theories and applications that make up the field of psychology

Prerequisites: none

Goal Areas: GE-05

Major Common Core

This course will provide majors in the health and physical education program with an overview of historical, philosophical and social perspectives of physical education. Students will develop an understanding of instructional, managerial, and organizational components impacting physical education.

Prerequisites: none

Study of lifespan motor development from prenatal through adulthood, including information on delayed development and the normal pattern of skill acquisition.

Prerequisites: none

This course is designed to develop in-depth knowledge about Minnesota State Physical Education Standards and Benchmarks across the psychomotor, cognitive, and affective learning domains.

Prerequisites: none

This course is designed to focus on three areas related to physical education, including net/wall games, aquatics, and fitness activities. Students will be expected to participate in these three focus areas while also demonstrating cognitive understanding for appropriate teaching practices in each.

Prerequisites: none

This course is designed to focus on three areas related to physical education, including invasion games, dance & rhythmic activities, and individual performance activities. Students will be expected to participate in these three focus areas while also demonstrating cognitive understanding for appropriate teaching practices in each.

Prerequisites: none

Introduction to teaching physical education for students with disabilities. Concepts include, but not limited to, history, legal mandates, due process, categorical disabilities, & universal design. Fieldwork hours required.

Prerequisites: none

This course is designed to focus on three areas related to physical education, including outdoor pursuits, fielding/striking games, and target games. Students will be expected to participate in these three focus areas while also demonstrating cognitive understanding for appropriate teaching practices in each.

Prerequisites: none

Tools and techniques for assessing learning and performance of children in physical education. Procedures for assessing motor performance of children with disabilities emphasizing available assessment tools, interpretation of data, preparation of Individualized Educational Programs (IEP), and due process.

Prerequisites: none

This course will prepare teacher candidates to recognize, understand, apply, and analyze methodologies within the PK-12 developmental adapted physical education settings. Candidates will learn practical procedures and practices for teaching essential content within PK-12 DAPE settings. Candidates will learn organizational and managerial practices for the teaching environment and will apply this knowledge in various teaching situations.

Prerequisites: none

This course provides students with an in-depth understanding of Mosston's teaching styles. Students will gain knowledge in the spectrum of teaching styles and their application in the teaching of physical education.

Prerequisites: none

Study of how children learn motor skills in physical education during the developmental stages. Basic principles of the human body as they relate to the physical, physiological, and psychological factors that affect motor skill acquisition, performance, retention, and transfer in the teaching of physical education and DAPE.

Prerequisites: none

Introduction to collaboration and consultation strategies and techniques used with personnel associated with the IEP process in a PK-12 DAPE program. Personnel includes, but may not be limited to, general physical educators, guardians, students, related services, community agencies.

Prerequisites: none

Supervised school-based practicum teaching physical education/developmental adapted physical education to students with disabilities.

Prerequisites: none

Introduction to the principles of applied behavior analysis with specific application to physical education/developmental adapted physical education. Methods to manage, motivate, and teach responsible behaviors in a variety of physical activity settings to students with and without disabilities.

Prerequisites: none

This course is designed to prepare teacher candidates to recognize, understand, apply, and analyze critical methodologies within the K-12 physical education setting. Students will develop an understanding regarding how to provide practical procedures and practices for teaching essential content within the K-12 physical education setting. Students will further develop an understanding of organizational and managerial practices in the teaching environment. Students will apply this knowledge in various teaching situations.

Prerequisites: HP 201, HP 295, HP 388

This course is designed to prepare teacher candidates for the physical education teaching environment. Students will be required to take part in a K-12 physical education practicum experience. Students will apply various physical education teaching methodologies learned during their K-12 Methods in Physical Education course.

Prerequisites: none

Considerations and issues of standards-based physical education curricula in the PK-12 schools. Focus on components, development, implementation, management, and assessment of widely used curricula in physical education.

Prerequisites: none

This course provides a rigorous overview to the education of children and youth who differ greatly from the average in physical, cognitive, emotional or social characteristics. It introduces the student to Minnesota's Graduation Standards Rule in relation to the needs of children and youth who receive special education services.

Prerequisites: none

General Electives

General Elective: 1 credit

Other Graduation Requirements

K-12 Education: Refer to the list of required professional education courses. KSP 220W Human Relations in a Multicultural Society is included in the required general education section. Therefore, total professional education credits counted in this section will be 27 instead of 30.