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This course introduces the physical education major to the profession of education while focusing on the discipline of health and physical education in American education.
Additionally, this course examines both the nature and history of the teaching profession, PK school orientation, educational theories, and legal issues pertaining to the American educational institution.
It also explores the nature of physical movement, as well as the breadth, scope, and significance of physical education and its role and relationship to the overall curriculum of the American public schools.
Emphasis will be placed on professional competencies required for certification and professional development. This course also requires a twenty 20 hour observational experience, utilizing the Systematic Supervision Model, designed to explore professional teaching qualifications, cultural diversity, student needs, and school orientation with emphasis on training educators as reflective-decision makers.
This observational experience will include both on-campus and approved PK off-campus placement sites. As a portion of the course grade students will be required to satisfy the first checkpoint of the artifact development as required for the Professional Preparation Portfolio.
A grade of "C" or better is required in this course for graduation. The Missouri State Board of Education entry examination must be taken during enrollment in this course.Susie Vickery English Reflection Paper It’s hard to believe that my amazing journey in English is coming to an end.
The journey has been so much more enjoyable than I initially expected. I have tried to avoid taking English numerous times because reading and writing have not been my strong points.
Susie Vickery English Reflection Paper It’s hard to believe that my amazing journey in English is coming to an end.
The journey has been so much more enjoyable than I initially expected. I have tried to avoid taking English numerous times because reading and writing have not been my strong points. Industrial and organizational psychology (I/O psychology), which is also known as occupational psychology, organizational psychology, and work and organizational psychology, is an applied discipline within psychology.I/O psychology is the science of human behaviour relating to work and applies psychological theories and principles to organizations and individuals in their places of work as.
This course focuses on the differences and similarities among cultures with respect to human care, health, and illness and how these considerations apply to real-world nursing practices.
Fukuoka | Japan Fukuoka | Japan. Current Semester (Fall ) Students not enrolled in a program at EMCC can register for Spring classes by calling () or by visiting the Enrollment Center in Katahdin Hall.
Payment is due at time of registration, but payment plans are available through the Business Office in Maine Hall (). Spring registration is [ ].