SEED 3105 Instructional Skills and Strategies in Physical Education I (P-5)
3 hours; 3 credits
Designed for students in the physical education program. Introduction to effective classroom management, teaching skills, and instructional models for physical education in grades P-5. The course will address the responsibilities of the elementary school physical education teacher including discussing characteristics and cultural differences of the elementary school student along with current issues affecting elementary school physical education. Content discussed will describe effective management procedures and discipline techniques; use of a variety of techniques to assess skill and cognitive abilities; design unit/lesson plans that are educationally sound and developmentally appropriate; demonstrate a knowledge of and ability to use available technologies; identify and use a variety of teaching methods. Students will observe, reflect on, and critique teaching behaviors; develop field based assignments. The course includes observation and teaching experiences with elementary school children across grades. Students will participate in 20 hours of field experience in varied settings. (Not open to students who have completed KINS 3105.)
Prerequisites: Declared Physical Education major, minimum 2.75 cumulative GPA
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