Health, Physical Education And Recreation | Adapted Physical Education I (3 cr)
P398 | 6073-6074 | Surburg
A basic knowledge of anatomy and physiology.
Meets one 50 minute period three time per week.
The study of prevalent mental and physical conditions which require an
Physical Education or physical activity program to meet the special needs of
individual. This also includes the study of principles and practices in the
application of activities for individuals with disabling conditions.
That students will be able to: 1) Recognize and understand normal patterns
of growth and development from infancy to childhood; 2) Recognize and
understand conditions causing deviations from the normal growth patterns; 3)
Develop and adapt activities which may assist in the growth and development
individuals in an Adapted Physical Education Program or physical activity
4) Facilitate the infusion of persons with disabilities into physical
and other types of settings; 5) Understand the ramifications of federal laws
related to persons with disabilities; 6) Assist in preparation of
programs of physical activities.
Adapted Physical Education and Sport, Joseph P. Winnick (Ed.), Human
6 readings, 2 reports, a practicum, quizzes, mid-term exam, and final exam.
The course grade will be based upon the mid-term exam (30%), the final exam
(22%), quiz grades (25%), and other activities listed in the course
requirements above (15%).