Health, Physical Education And Recreation | Motor Learning (3 cr)
P452 | 6264 | Koceja
ANAT A215 and PHYSL P215
One 50 minute lecture period two times per week, plus one -one hour and 55
minute Lab per week.
1. To understand the historical development of motor learning and control
2. To understand the neuromuscular factors controlling movement.
3. To be able to apply motor learning theories to the teaching and coaching
4. To understand theories of motor skill acquisition.
ACTIVITIES TO MEET OBJECTIVES:
This course consists of lectures, discussions, readings and laboratory
All of the laboratory experiences will require a laboratory write-up.
Magill, R.A. (1993). Motor Learning - Concepts and Applications. (4th
Dubuque, IA: Wm. C. Brown Publishers. Available at I.U. Bookstore.
Motor Learning Laboratory Manual. Available at Collegiate Copies.
TOTAL POINT SCALE (800 TOTAL POINTS) THREE EXAMS (200 POINTS
EACH) PLUS 200 LABORATORY POINTS.
680 = A
630 = B
580 = C
530 = D
510 = F