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EDU 101 FOUNDATIONS OF EDUCATION 3 credits, 3 hours,
1 fieldwork
Pre/Corequisite: ESL 91 or ENG 91 for sections in English. ESL 35 and SPA 222 for sections in Spanish.
This course introduces students to a variety of critical contemporary and foundational issues and themes that influence modern urban education models. It focuses on the historical, philosophical, social, and political foundations of education, especially in urban and diverse settings. Students will conduct fifteen (15) hours of observations in a classroom setting.
EDU 104 LANGUAGE ARTS FOR YOUNG CHILDREN 3 credits, 3 hours
Prerequisite: EDU 101
Co-requisites: ESL 91 or ENG 91 or higher
The student will plan and organize language arts activities in early childhood education. The student will demonstrate familiarity with children's literature and reading readiness skills. The student will be able to effectively read, tell, and dramatize children's stories, and participate in language games and reading readiness activities.
EDU 105 SOCIAL STUDIES FOR YOUNG CHILDREN 3 credits, 3 hours
Prerequisite: EDU 101
Co-requisites: ESL 91 or ENG 91 or higher
The student will plan and organize social studies activities in early childhood programs. The student will demonstrate familiarity with the resources and methods used in developing social studies concepts through the preparation of materials and activities.
EDU 107 CREATIVE ART ACTIVITIES FOR YOUNG CHILDREN 3 credits, 3 hours
Prerequisite: EDU 101
Co-requisites: ESL 91 or ENG 91 or higher
The student will demonstrate ability to organize creative art activities for young children. The student will display dexterity with such media as paint, clay, paper, and wood, and an understanding of the methods of introducing young children to the values of these materials.
EDU 109 MUSIC AND MOVEMENT 3 credits, 3 hours
Prerequisite: EDU 101
Co-requisites: ESL 91 or ENG 91 or higher
Students will be introduced to the foundation of music education. The course will focus on the principles and methods of planning, implementing and evaluating music and movement experiences. Students will demonstrate an understanding of terms related to the fundamentals of music theory and the techniques needed in introducing singing, listening, playing, creating and moving.
EDU 111 SCIENCE AND MATHEMATICS FOR YOUNG CHILDREN 3 credits, 3 hours
Prerequisite: EDU 101 and minimum of 3 additional credits in Early Childhood Education
Co-requisites: ESL 91 or ENG 91 or higher
The student will plan and organize science and mathematics activities for young children. The student will also prepare materials used to present introductory science and mathematics concepts to young children.
EDU 113 FIELD EXPERIENCE IN EARLY CHILDHOOD EDUCATION I 3 credits, 1 hour seminar and 8 hours of fieldwork per week
Prerequisite: EDU 101 and minimum of 3 additional credits in Early Childhood Education
Co-requisites: ESL 91 or ENG 91 or higher
The student will observe and participate in early childhood programs such as day care centers, kindergarten, and infant care programs. The student will also participate in weekly seminars.
EDU 116 CHILD DEVELOPMENT 3 credits, 3 hours
Prerequisite: EDU 101
Co-requisites: ESL 91 or ENG 91 or higher
The student will demonstrate knowledge of the physical, cognitive, social, and emotional development of infants, toddlers, and preschool children and its implications for group programs for young children.
EDU 117 ADOLESCENT DEVELOPMENT 3 credits, 3 hours
Prerequisite: EDU 101
This course focuses on students' development (cognitive, affective, and physical), on the factors and processes that influence development and how teachers can help their students to grow and develop. Role of culture, ethnicity, race, gender, and social class will be examined and its influence on biological and psychological possesses. Students in this class will learn to analyze classroom situations using various theoretical perspectives, to synthesize their analyses, and to create classroom strategies which facilitate growth and achievement.
EDU 121 HOME SCHOOL AND COMMUNITY 3 credits, 3 hours
Pre/Corequisite: ENG 1300 or 1301 when offered in English; ESL 35 and SPA 222 when offered in Spanish
The student will study various aspects of parent-teacher-child relationships, including an understanding of parents as people with values, goals, individual background and needs to be met. Communication processes, group dynamics and leadership styles will also be studied. Attention is given to strategies and tactics used by school districts, community groups, and private sector organizations to support academic, health, and social goals for children and their families.
EDU 130 TEACHING IN THE MULTICULTURAL/MULTILINGUAL CLASSROOM 3 credits, 1.5-hrs. Lecture/5-hrs. Fieldwork per week
Prerequisite: EDU 101
Co-requisites: ESL 91 or ENG 91 or higher and SPA 222
Study of curricular and instructional guidelines for implementing multicultural education in K-12 programs. Instructional and learning strategies cover planning, implementing, and evaluating classroom processes and materials in meeting specific and unique needs of students coming from diverse educational, cultural and linguistic backgrounds. The cultural, social, political, and economical realities of teaching in an urban setting will be explored
EDU 131 LANGUAGE ARTS IN A BILINGUAL CLASSROOM 3 credits, 1.5-hr. lecture/5-hr. fieldwork per week
Prerequisite: EDU 101 and EDU 130
Co-requisites: ESL 91 or ENG 91 or higher and SPA 222
Students will plan, organize and implement language arts activities in a bilingual school environment. They will also demonstrate their familiarity with children's literature and reading readiness skills. Students are expected to demonstrate their ability to effectively read, tell and dramatize children's stories and participate in language games and reading/writing readiness activities. The course is required for all students in the Bilingual Education Option. Students not in the bilingual program must have the instructor's permission to register for this course.
EDU 132 SOCIAL STUDIES IN A BILINGUAL CLASSROOM 3 credits, 3 hours
Prerequisite: EDU 101 and EDU 130
Co-requisites: ENG 91 or ESL 91 or higher and SPA 222
The student will become familiar with the concept of the social studies curriculum in a bilingual class, as well as the basic concepts and skills to be taught. Students will demonstrate his/her familiarity with the resources and methods used in developing social studies concepts through the preparation of materials and activities. This course is required for all students in the Bilingual Education Option.
EDU 140 INSTRUCTIONAL STRATEGIES FOR MIDDLE AND HIGH SCHOOL 3 credits, 3 hours
Prerequisite: EDU 101
Student will develop strategies for classroom management, lesson planning skills, and the use of relevant technology and software. Students also will become familiar with and practice principles and techniques to teaching, including individualized teaching methods for particular students' populations, including limited English proficiency students, low-achieving students, minority and inner-city students, and students in special education.
EDU 141 THE TEACHING PROFESSION: BIRTH-GRADE 6 3 credits, 3 hours
Prerequisite: EDU 101
Study of the professional lives of teachers and the diverse roIes they assume in urban schools. Work with teachers developing children's multiple literacies including linguistic, mathematical, technologies, artistic, and musical, with an emphasis on how children use oral and written language to communicate and construct meaning; emphasis on how communities of learners are created. Requires visits to early childhood and childhood settings with diverse populations and contrasting social and economic environments and the development of an academic portfolio. Thirty hours of field work is required.
EDU 150 INTRODUCTION TO SPECIAL EDUCATION 3 credits, 3 hours
Prerequisite: EDU 101
Co-requisites: ESL 91 or ENG 91 or higher
The student will become acquainted with current theories and techniques of identification and treatment, and with methods and materials found to be effective in educating the disabled or exceptionally able child. The student will gain basic understanding in preparation for teaching the mainstreamed child and the bilingual special child.
EDU 222 FIELD EXPERIENCE IN PARENT EDUCATION 3 credits, 3 hours
Prerequisite: EDU 101 and EDU 121
Co-requisites: ESL 91 or ENG 91 or higher
The student will observe and become an active participant in an early childhood education program which emphasizes parental involvement. The student will acquire the skills to coordinate activities for a group of parents in the program.
EDU 224 WRITING SKILLS IN THE SCHOOL WORKPLACE 3 credits, 3 hours
Prerequisite: EDU 101
Co-requisites: ESL 91 or ENG 91 or higher
This course is geared toward developing writing skills in the school workplace for educators. Students will receive instruction in writing job-related materials in the school setting, including letters to parents and colleagues, resumes for school employment, and reports for administrators. Students reflect on their practice through writing and learn to prepare appropriate assignments for students.
EDU 226 INTRODUCTION TO INSTRUCTIONAL TECHNOLOGY 3 credits, 3 hours
Prerequisite: EDU 101
Co-requisites: ESL 91 or ENG 91 or higher
The students will learn basic information about appropriate educational technology, both theoretical concepts, as well as, hands on applications. They will also examine various ways in which they can effectively apply their knowledge in classroom settings (K -12) in order to assist children to enhance their educational and developmental experiences. When appropriate, students will also prepare educational materials for different audiences and attain a basic level of instructional technology literacy for the preparation of their professional tasks.
EDU 229 INDEPENDENT STUDY 3 credits, 3 hours
Prerequisite: EDU 101
Co-requisites: ESL 91 or ENG 91 or higher
The course offers the students the opportunity for an intensive individually guided advanced research in a topic in education. Only one course in Education maybe taken on an independent study basis.
HLT 101 HEALTH AND HUMAN VALUES 3 credits, 3 hours
Prerequisite: ESL 35
The course will introduce the student to critical health issues within a humanistic, historical, and cultural framework. The student will understand the role of the individual and society in developing ethical values and their relationship to the study of health. The role of the health professional as a health care provider within our society will be emphasized. The student will explore and discuss the interrelationships among personal, communal, and social values, and will review universal issues such as: health and disease, nutrition and malnutrition, population and over-population, and their interdependence in the modern world.
HLT 103 INTERPERSONAL RELATIONS AND TEAMWORK 3 credits, 3 hours
Pre/Corequisite: ESL 91 or ENG 91 when offered in English; SPA 121 when offered in Spanish
The student will demonstrate knowledge and use of various interpersonal skills in the area of human relationships by participating in small T-groups, role playing, and lecture-demonstrations. The student will also identify and analyze certain psychological concepts necessary to understand the dynamics of human behavior. Offered in English and Spanish.
HLT 106 INTRODUCTION TO HEALTH CARE
(ETHICS & LAW / LABORATORY SKILLS)
3 credits, 3 hours
Pre/Corequisite: ENG 110
The student will prepare for the clinical arena by demonstrating a knowledge of basic principles underlying patient care and develop the basic skills needed in the delivery of health care. The student will review, analyze, and discuss in depth the issues involved in malpractice, ethics, and the legal system as they pertain to the health profession, the health care provider, the patient, and his family.
HLT 109 MENTAL HEALTH 3 credits, 3 hours
Pre/Corequisite: ESL 91 or ENG 91 when offered in English; SPA 121 when offered in Spanish
The student will recognize and define terms related to the field of mental health. S/he will review the history of the mental health movement along with the determinants of positive mental health. The student will study and analyze in depth various life adjustment problems from birth to old age. Offered in English and Spanish.
HLT 110 INTRODUCTION TO COMMUNITY HEALTH EDUCATION 3 credits, 3 hours
Pre/Co-requisite: ESL 91 or ENG 91 when offered in English; SPA 121 when offered in Spanish.
The student will examine and analyze various health organizations and their role in community health; the emerging role of community health workers in promoting health of neglected populations; the spread and control of communicable diseases; the community health structure and the principles underlying health behavior, learning, and change; theories of health behavior and practical models for community health worker interventions.
HLT 111 HEALTH AND THE YOUNG CHILD 3 credits, 3 hours
Pre/Corequisite: ESL 91 or ENG 91 when offered in English; SPA 121 when offered in Spanish
The student will identify the health needs and problems of young children. S/he will analyze the role played by the home and school in the physical development of the child. S/he will examine common disorders and diseases of childhood and the principles of nutrition related to meal planning for young children. Offered in English and Spanish.
HLT 117 FIRST AID 2 credits
Pre/Corequisite: ESL 91 or ENG 91 when offered in English; SPA 121 when offered in Spanish
This course offers first aid techniques leading to American Red Cross Certification. The students will be tested on their knowledge of and ability to administer proper care for injuries. Students will also be required to demonstrate their knowledge of preventative measures that can be taken to prevent injuries.
HLT 118 CPR 1 credit
Pre/Corequisite: ESL 91 or ENG 91 when offered in English; SPA 121 when offered in Spanish
This course provides instruction in the principles and skills of emergency first aid for respiratory failure and cardiac arrest in victims of all ages: Mouth-to-mouth breathing, CPR, and care for an obstructed airway. Upon satisfactory completion of this course, students will receive American Red Cross certification in basic life support.
HLT 120 HUMAN SEXUALITY 3 credits, 3 hours
Pre/Corequisite: ESL 91 or ENG 91 when offered in English; SPA 121 when offered in Spanish
The student will study and analyze the dynamics of human sexuality by exploring basic knowledge and attitudes related to human sexual behavior Prevention of sexually transmitted diseases will be discussed. Students will improve their ability to educate and promote sexual health. Students will increase their comfort level with topics of human sexuality. Offered in English and Spanish.
HLT 124 MEDICAL TERMINOLOGY 3 credits
Prerequisite: none
This course will introduce the student to the basic principles of medical word building and in developing an extensive medical vocabulary. The language of medicine will be enriched by using the body systems approach in an experiential context of the contemporary health care setting, as well as the art of critical thinking.
GERO 101 INTRODUCTION TO GERONTOLOGY 3 credits, 3 hours
Prerequisite: ENG 91 or ESL 91
This course is an introduction to the major issues and concepts that deal with the study of the aging process. It will explore the demographic, social, and economic factors in aging as well as the effects of physical change and psychological behavior upon later life.
GERO 102 THERAPEUTIC RECREATION IN LONG TERM CARE 3 credits, 3 hours
Prerequisite: none
The student will discuss the organization, administration, and conduct of physical education and recreational programs for the aging. The course will emphasize the topics of leisure, physical fitness, transportation, barrier-free facilities and other ancillary features that pertain to the older population. Students will review the various types of recreational services and be able to demonstrate activity programs. This course is only open to gerontology majors. Other students may take this course for elective credit on a space-available basis.
GERO 103 HEALTH PERSPECTIVES FOR THE AGING 3 credits, 3 hours
Prerequisite: ENG 91 or ESL 91
The course will focus on the physical changes that occur with age and discuss the health care alternatives that the aging may require. It will also explore other health topics such as nutrition, medication, exercise, sexuality, and death and dying as they affect the older adult.
GERO 199 FIELDWORK WITH AN OLDER POPULATION 3 credits, 1-hrs. lecture plus fieldwork
Prerequisite: ENG 110, HLT 130, GERO 102
This fieldwork course will give students an opportunity for firsthand experience in working with the elderly in such places as senior citizen centers, nutrition sites, recreation centers, and nursing homes. It will include a weekly seminar so that students may increase their knowledge, exchange ideas, and discuss any problems that may occur. This course is only open to gerontology majors who have completed the required pre-requisites.
HLT 133 AIDS PERSPECTIVES AND IMPLICATIONS FOR HEALTH PROFESSIONALS 3 credits
Pre/Corequisite: ESL 91 or ENG 91 when offered in English; SPA 121 when offered in Spanish
This course is an introduction to the study of the HIV/AIDS epidemic, its impact on the world and how health service providers have historically and are presently responding to the needs of the community. The course includes the history, epidemiology, etiology, transmission, risks, and signs and symptoms of HIV, as well as treatments, interventions and strategies to reduce the spread of HIV.
HLT 210 DYNAMICS OF PATIENT CARE 2 credits, 2 hours
Pre/Corequisite: ENG 110
The student will explore the dynamics of interpersonal relations necessary for effective health care delivery. The student will examine attitudes and behavior as well as various personality and mental disturbances. Effective communication, positive intervention, and listening will be stressed.
HLT 214 SUBSTANCE USE AND ABUSE 3 credits, 3 hours
Pre/Corequisite: HLT 110
This course provides students with an overview of the problem of chemical abuse and dependence and an introduction to models of intervention in these problems, The course content will cover the core theory and research related to etiology of chemical abuse and dependence, basic pharmacology of alcohol and other abused substances, as well as drug use and abuse in special populations. The students will also explore the impact of drug and alcohol abuse on family systems, and domestic violence, and provide an introduction to treatment process and service systems.
HLT 212 BILINGUAL ISSUES IN COMMUNITY HEALTH 3 credits, 3 hours
Pre/Corequisite: HLT 110
This course presents an overview of the impact of linguistic diversity on the provision and delivery of health education and services, particularly with Hispanics. First, the consequences of language discordance between patient and providers in health and mental health settings are analyzed. Second, the challenges and opportunities to ensure linguist access are examined. Third, information and health literacy strategies to overcome linguistic barriers are reviewed. Fourth, models and strategies for providing linguistically and culturally relevant services are considered. Finally, the impact of laws and polices on the provision of linguistically relevant services are explored.
HLT 215 NUTRITION 3 credits, 3 hours
Pre/Corequisite: ENG 110
The student will demonstrate knowledge of the meaning of nutrition and its relation to health. The student will analyze and identify the different kinds of nutrients, their chemical nature and main sources. S/he will also demonstrate his/her knowledge of the specific diets for different age groups and various pathological conditions.
HLT 220 CONTEMPORARY HEALTH ISSUES 3 credits, 3 hours
Pre / Co-requisite: ESL 91 or ENG 91 when offered in English; SPA 121 when offered in Spanish
The student will analyze current health problems such as emotional/mental health and psychological disorders, sexuality (STD's and sexual dysfunctions), Cardiovascular disease, chronic and infectious disease, substance abuse and stress. Students will study theories of etiology and the impact they have on individuals, families and communities.
HLT 299 FIELD EXPERIENCE IN COMMUNITY HEALTH 3 credits, 3 hours
Pre-requisite: HLT 110 and 6 credits in HLT
Students will have the experience of working in the health field as community health workers in such places as hospitals, nursing homes, and other health care facilities. Students will volunteer at least 6 hours per week for the semester. Students will also be required to attend a seminar class meeting once a week for one hour.
PED 100 PERSONAL PHYSICAL FITNESS 1 credit, 2 hours
Prerequisite: none
The module is required of all freshman students in programs requiring physical education. The student will analyze modern concepts of fitness; obtain an evaluation of his or her own level of fitness and health and participate in a variety of exercise programs designed to improve the muscular and cardiovascular systems. Students will be counseled to answer their fitness-health needs.
PED 101 ADVANCED ATHLETICS - MENS BASKETBALL 1 credit, 2 hours
Prerequisite: none
The student will receive credit after he has met pre-established criteria in the activity of intercollegiate basketball.
PED 104 ADVANCED ATHLETICS - WOMENS CHEERLEADING 1 credit, 2 hours
Prerequisite: none
The student will perform the basic jumps and tumbling skills in cheerleading and be able to demonstrate knowledge of basic welcome, sideline, and floor cheers. Learning methods include films, demonstrations, and lab sessions.
PED 105 BEGINNER’S VOLLEYBALL 1 credit, 2 hours
Prerequisite: none
This is a beginner level course covering the rules and skills of the sport of volleyball. It will be taught using the Sport Education model of Physical Education, encompassing inclusion, socialization, and festivity. The history and rules of volleyball will be taught, along with the beginner level volleyball skills. The focus will be on gaining the form necessary to play appropriately in a social setting., however, competition will be integrated as the course takes on a “season” type of structure, in line with the philosophy of Sport Education.
PED 106 ADVANCED ATHLETICS - WOMENS BASKETBALL 1 credit, 2 hours
Prerequisite: none
The student will receive credit after she has met pre-established criteria in the activity of intercollegiate womens basketball.
PED 107 ADVANCED ATHLETICS - MENS SOCCER 1 credit, 2 hours
Prerequisite: none
The student will receive credit after he has met pre-established criteria in the activity of intercollegiate soccer.
PED 115 BEGINNING KARATE 1 credit, 2 hours
Prerequisite: none
At the conclusion of this module, the student will be able to perform the fundamental skills related to karate. This course will meet for two hours per week for one semester.
PED 117 JUDO 1 credit, 2 hours
Prerequisite: none
The student will perform the skills in the attainment of a Yellow Belt. This course will meet for two hours per week for one semester.
PED 119 SELF-DEFENSE FOR MEN AND WOMEN 1 credit, 2 hours
Prerequisite: none
The student will defend himself or herself against attacks from the side and back, and will identify the various safety programs for the home and streets. This course will meet for two hours per week for one semester.
PED 121 NON-SWIMMER 1 credit, 2 hours
Prerequisite: none
The student will observe rules of water safety and perform the fundamental strokes and survival skills in deep water. This course will meet for two hours per week for one semester.
PED 122 BEGINNING SWIMMING 1 credit, 2 hours
Prerequisite: none
The student will observe the rules of water safety and perform the basic swimming strokes associated with the American Red Cross Program for beginning swimmers. This course will meet for two hours per week for one semester.
PED 123 INTERMEDIATE SWIMMING 1 credit, 2 hours
Prerequisite: PED 122
The student will perform advanced swimming strokes and diving skills and develop stamina in the water. This course will meet for two hours per week for one semester.
PED 124 SENIOR LIFE SAVING 1 credit, 2 hours
Prerequisite: none
The student will observe advanced rules of water safety and perform advanced swimming strokes and life-saving techniques as required by the American Red Cross Senior Life Saving. This course will meet for two hours per week for one semester.
PED 130 BOWLING 1 credit, 2 hours
Prerequisite: none
The student will state the basic rules, methods of scoring, and etiquette of bowling and demonstrate the fundamental bowling skills. Learning methods include discussions, videotapes, demonstrations, and lab sessions. This course will meet for two hours per week for one semester.
PED 131 BEGINNING FENCING 1 credit, 2 hours
Prerequisite: none
The student will perform competitively with the foil, executing various attacks and parries. The course will meet for two hours per week for one semester.
PED 132 OUTDOOR WINTER SPORTS 1 credit, 2 hours
Prerequisite: none
The student will perform the basic skills related to the outdoor winter sports of ice skating, downhill and cross country skiing. The student will demonstrate knowledge of the safety measures and use of equipment in each sport.
PED 133 HANDBALL, PADDLEBALL 1 credit, 2 hours
Prerequisite: none
The student will develop and demonstrate the skills of handball and paddleball and develop a higher level of physical fitness through participation. This course will meet two hours per week for one semester.
PED 134 INTRODUCTION TO JOGGING AND RUNNING 1 credit, 2 hours
Prerequisite: none
The student will learn the basic concepts (the hows and whys) of jogging and running. The student will participate in a vigorous jogging exercise session during each class. The student, in conjunction with the instructor, will design his or her own jogging exercise plan and will implement that plan during class.
PED 135 SLIMNASTICS AND FIGURE CONTROL 1 credit, 2 hours
Prerequisite: none
The student will learn the basic concepts of body development and weight control by means of calisthenics and isometric exercises. A figure and nutrition analysis will be taken of each student. Learning methods include lecture-discussions, films, demonstrations, and lab sessions. This course will meet for two hours per week for one semester.
PED 136 BEGINNING TENNIS 1 credit, 2 hours
Prerequisite: none
The student will perform basic tennis ground strokes, analyze court strategy, define court rules and observe the etiquette of both single and double tennis matches.
PED 137 INTERMEDIATE TENNIS 1 credit, 2 hours
Prerequisite: none
The student will improve and strengthen basic ground strokes, develop advanced strokes, and implement court strategy in both single and double tennis matches.
PED 138 WEIGHT TRAINING AND BODY DEVELOPMENT 1 credit, 2 hours
Prerequisite: none
The student will learn the basic terms and concepts and perform the proper basic skills associated with weight training and body building; analyze modern concepts of weight training, muscular development, and physical fitness; and participate in an individual weight-training program. The student will learn the basic terms and concepts and perform basic skills associated with weight training and body building. This course will meet for two hours per week for one semester.
PED 139 BEGINNING YOGA 1 credit, 2 hours
Prerequisite: none
The student will perform the fundamental exercises and breathing techniques of Yoga as a basis for physical and mental self-improvement. Learning methods include lecture-discussions, demonstrations, and lab sessions. This course will meet for two hours per week for one semester.
PED 144 INDEPENDENT STUDY 1 credit, 2 hours
Prerequisite: Permission of the coordinator
The student will be given an opportunity, in consultation with the coordinator of the Unit, to formulate an active, individualized, independent program of learning within physical education.
PED 145 BLACK AND PUERTO RICAN DANCE 1 credit, 2 hours
Prerequisite: none
The student will perform the basic movements of Black and Puerto Rican dance. The student will have the opportunity to explore creative movement. This course will meet for two hours per week for one semester. Offered in English and Spanish.
PED 146 FITNESS THROUGH DANCE 1 credit, 2 hours
Prerequisite: none
The student will improve his or her physical fitness through specific dance steps and exercises performed to music. Teaching methods include lecture-discussions and demonstration. This course will meet for two hours per week for one semester.
PED 150 THEORY AND PRACTICE OF BASKETBALL AND BASEBALL 1 credit, 2 hours
Prerequisite: For physical education concentration students only, or by special permission of instructor.
The student will analyze and appraise player ability. S/he will identify and define organizational and administrative elements of both sports. In addition, the student will formulate coaching philosophies based on modern concepts of sports and human relationships.
PED 157 INTRODUCTION TO MOVEMENT 1 credit, 2 hours
Prerequisite: For physical education concentration students only, or by special permission of instructor.
The student will perform movement patterns as found in dance, sports, and daily activities. The student will recognize, identify, and define basic concepts of movement.
PED 175 GAMES OF LOW ORGANIZATION 1 credit, 2 hours
Prerequisite: For physical education concentration students only, or by special permission of instructor.
The student will state, recognize, and perform the elements involved in teaching games of low organization. Emphasis will be placed on motor exploration, class orientation, and fundamental game skills. Physical education concentration students will be expected to do fieldwork.
PED 177 FIRST AID AND SAFETY 2 credits, 2 hours
Prerequisite: ESL 35
The student will analyze and perform immediate and temporary care for an accident victim. The student will also demonstrate knowledge of accident prevention principles and practices of safety education in the home, in school, on the job, and in the community with special attention given to sport-derived injuries. (This course does not fulfill the two-credit PED requirement for students in any degree program.)