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THIS COURSE PREPARES THE PHYSICAL OR HEALTH TEACHER CANDIDATE TO DEVELOP AND PRESENT PHYSICAL EDUCATION AND HEALTH PROGRAMS THAT MEET THE NEEDS OF ALL STUDENTS IN THE SECONDARY SETTING INCLUDING THOSE WITH DISABILITIES OR HEALTH-RELATED LIMITATIONS. ATTENTION IS GIVEN TO DEVELOP KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS, AND DISPOSITIONS REQUIRED TO IMPLEMENT AND ASSESS DEVELOPMENTALLY APPROPRIATE SECONDARY PROGRAMS. PREREQUISITES FOR ENROLLMENT ARE COMPLETION OF ED-201, ED-300 ALL WITH A GRADE OF "C" OR BETTER. STUDENT MUST HAVE BEEN ADMITTED TO THE CONCENTRATION IN TEACHING PHYSICAL EDUCATION. CONCURRENT REGISTRATION WITH PE-392B IS REQUIRED. STUDENTS ARE NOT PERMITTED TO ENROLL IN 300- OR 400-LEVEL COURSES UNTIL THEY HAVE COMPLETED MA085 LEVEL II OR MA 084B OR ANY HIGHER LEVEL MATH COURSE
THIS FIELD EXPERIENCE FOCUSES ON PROVIDING OPPORTUNITY FOR TEACHER CANDIDATES TO IMPLEMENT CONTENT, METHODS, AND STRATEGIES FOR TEACHING DEVELOPMENTALLY APPROPRIATE PHYSICAL EDUCATION AND HEALTH THROUGH OBSERVING, ASSISTING, AND TEACHING IN THE SECONDARY SETTING UNDER THE GUIDANCE OF A MENTOR TEACHER. TEACHER CANDIDATES ARE SCHEDULED FOR TWO HOURS PER WEEK IN A SECONDARY SCHOOL. PREREQUISITES INCLUDE COMPLETION OF ED-201, ED-300, WITH GRADE OF "C" OR BETTER. THE THEORY COURSE, PE-353, MUST BE TAKEN CONCURRENTLY. STUDENTS ARE NOT PERMITTED TO ENROLL IN 300- OR 400-LEVEL COURSES UNTIL THEY HAVE COMPLETED MA085 LEVEL II OR MA 084B OR ANY HIGHER LEVEL MATH COURSE
THIS COURSE EMPHASIS ASSESSMENT, DESIGN, AND IMPLEMENTATION OF PHYSICAL EDUCATION THAT MEETS THE DEVELOPMENTAL CHARACTERISTICS AND SPECIAL NEEDS OF PRE-SCHOOL AND SCHOOL AGE CHILDREN, YOUTH, AND ADULTS INCLUDING THOSE WITH DISABILITIES OR HEALTH RELATED IMPAIRMENTS. PARTICULAR ATTENTION IS PAID TO ADAPTATIONS TO INSTRUCTION, EQUIPMENT AND FACILITIES TO ACCOMMODATE AND INDIVIDUALIZED PE INSTRUCTION FOR STUDENTS WITH DISABILITIES IN SCHOOLS AND PARTICIPANTS IN COMMUNITY SETTINGS. PREREQUISITES: ED201, ED300 WITH A GRADE OF "C" OR ABOVE. STUDENTS ARE NOT PERMITTED TO ENROLL IN 300- OR 400-LEVEL COURSES UNTIL THEY HAVE COMPLETED MA085 LEVEL II OR MA 084B OR ANY HIGHER LEVEL MATH COURSE
This course consists of experiments dealing with electricity, magnetism, optics, and atomic physics. It acts as a laboratory for PH 252. It meets for three hours weekly. Lab Fee: $32.00
A continuation of PH 251, this course deals with classical electricity and magnetism, optics, wave motion and sound. Prerequisite: PH251.
THIS COURSE INTRODUCES THE STUDENT TO THE NATURE OF PHILOSOPHY AND TO PHILOSOPHICAL THINKING. MAJOR AREAS OF PHILOSOPHICAL INQUIRY DEVELOPED IN WESTERN AND EASTERN TRADITIONS ARE CONSIDERED.
This course provides a careful and critical examination of the moral issues in our society, such as abortion, euthanasia, sex roles, affirmative action, censorship of pornography, economic injustice, environmental control, and the treatment of animals. A brief introduction to some of the basic issues and theories in ethical thought is covered so as to better prepare the student to engage in ethical reasoning.
This is a philosophy methods course on ethical reasoning and an essential course for anyone interested in personal, social, or professional ethics. It examines classical and contemporary writings on such standard moral concerns as theories of moral conduct, moral education, and moral justification.
This course acquaints the student with teh many topics central to the philosophy of religion. This objective is accomplished through surveying the historical writings of thinkers who have made major contributions to this area and covering the most recent discussions in the field of philo- sophical theology. The first section covers evidentialist and anti-evidentialist attempts to support or discredit the religious hypothesis. Proof of God's existence, the interrelationship between reason, faith, revelation, and science, God's attributes, the problem of evil, the nature of mysticism and religious experience, and reactions to theism are discussed. STUDENTS ARE NOT PERMITTED TO ENROLL IN 300- OR 400-LEVEL COURSES UNTIL THEY HAVE COMPLETED MA085 LEVEL II OR MA 084B OR ANY HIGHER LEVEL MATH COURSE
This course looks at the central social, psychological, theological, and philosophical issues associated with the phenomenon of death. The scope of this course is extremely broad so as to meet the widest range of student's needs and interests. While a significant part of the course touches upon relevant professional and moral aspects of treating dying patients in the medical profession, the course also surveys how philosophers and theologians throughout the world have speculated about death and the afterlife. STUDENTS ARE NOT PERMITTED TO ENROLL IN 300- OR 400-LEVEL COURSES UNTIL THEY HAVE COMPLETED MA085 LEVEL II OR MA 084B OR ANY HIGHER LEVEL MATH COURSE