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Course Name: Introduction to Physical Education
Course Number: KIN 17
  • Describe the historical, ethical, and philosophical foundations of kinesiology.
  • Investigate the scope and breadth of the field and the variety of career opportunities in kinesiology.
  • Identify the relationship between performance in the movement forms of sport, dance, and exercise and the conceptual foundations of the sub-disciplines.
  • Identify the pathways and requirements for career opportunities.
  • Students will be able to list and define ten of the fifteen successful coaching characteristics from John Wooden’s Pyramid
  • Identify the basic concepts of kinesiology.
  • Students will be able to teach their given skill in a three step teaching progression at a minimum score of 70%
  • Students will be able to teach a chosen skill.
  • Students will be able to list 15 of the successful teaching characteristics from John Wooden's pyramid of success.
  • Students will describe three regular job responsibilities from at least 5 different careers in the kinesiology field: Examples include; Exercise physiologist, Philosopher, Historian, Sociologist, Psychologist, Biomechanist, Motor behaviorist.\n