SEED 3295 Motor Development and Learning

3 hours; 3 credits

Students gain knowledge of motor development and learning and principles. Topics include the processes of skilled motor performance and motor skill acquisition, human motor development from childhood through adolescence, the influence of perceptual, cognitive, physiological, and social development on motor development. Emphasis is on the practical application of concepts to the teaching of motor skills in school settings. A minimum grade of C is required of PE majors for this course.

Prerequisite for Physical Education students: Kinesiology or SEED 3001 Anatomy and Physiology for Physical Education, with a minimum grade of C.


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