Develop a foundation of essential knowledge about the cultural, social, and natural worlds, and individual well-being.
Develop intellectual and practical skills, including:
- explaining how lifetime activities contribute to wellness
- describing patterns of good nutrition and how they contribute to wellness
- describing the stress mechanism and stress reduction techniques
- identifying and analyzing muscles used in single and multiple joint movements
- demonstrating the importance of oral and written communication in successful individual and team play
Demonstrate personal and social responsibility, including:
- describing the influence of cultural diversity in physical education and its influence in areas of dance, sports and participation
- practicing habits to ensure personal safety
- applying the components of sportsmanship and fair play to both the discipline and to life skills
- developing an awareness of effective practices to create a safe environment for physical education
Integrative Learning, including:
- designing a personal e-folio, which includes one’s philosophy of physical education
- through service learning, creating a learning environment which respects and incorporates learners’ experiences (personal, cultural, and community)
Be prepared to transfer to, and succeed, at an upper-level academic institution.