KINS 3401 Diversity and Inclusion in Physical Education
3 hours recitation, 25 hours field experience; 3 credits
Current theory and methods of teaching inclusive physical education to students from diverse backgrounds including but not limited to culture, race, religion, gender and disability. Includes issues of language development and diversity, differences between written and spoken language, teaching students of diverse linguistic and cultural backgrounds and those with special needs, A minimum grade of "B" in this course is required of Physical Education and Exercise Science majors for the degree.
Prerequisite: Secondary Education/Childhood and Special Education 2001 and 2002.
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