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Course Overview

An application of educational philosophy and principles to class organization, techniques of teaching, and the preparation of lesson and unit plans. The course includes methods for teaching on the middle school and secondary levels. In addition to class participation and peer teaching, teaching high school and/or intermediate/middle school physical education class(es) are planned. Students will also have opportunities to evaluate their teaching and the teaching of others using various evaluative tools and measures.

Credits: 3
Prerequisites: PER 202, PER 203, PER 204, PER 205 and PER 232; PER majors or Secondary Education majors only; or permission of the instructor

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Admissions Requirements

Hearing Undergraduate