Teacher Education
 

Advocacy for Physical Education

Advocacy for Physical Education
Historical and sociological cornerstones of physical education.
PETE
300
 Hours2.0 Credit, 2.0 Lecture, 0.0 Lab
 PrerequisitesAdmittance into PETE program.
 TaughtFall
 ProgramsContaining PETE 300
Course Outcomes: 

Past, Present and Future

Use the knowledge and experience of the past to understand the programs of today and apply it toward building programs of the future. Students will demonstrate competence as evidenced by the advocacy mid-term exam.

Written and Verbal Communication

Be able to interpret and communicate knowledge and experience in both written and verbal forms. Students will demonstrate competence as evidences by the professionalism reaction papers, advocacy exam, advocacy media campaign, physical education history presentation, and the final teaching philosophy paper

Effective Advocacy

Demonstrate an understanding of the principles of effective advocacy in the K-12 school teaching setting. Students will demonstrate competence as evidences by the professionalism reaction papers, advocacy mid-term exam, and the media campaign assignment.

History of Physical Education

Demonstrate an understanding of the history of physical education and its impact on the future. Students will demonstrate competence of this on the physical education history quiz and group presentation.

Professionalism

Be examples of Christian living by being kind and attentive during class discussions, classmates' presentations, and looking for opportunities to serve one another. Students will demonstrate competence through the professionalism assignments, group media campaign assignment, and the physical education history group presentation.