1. Students will demonstrate knowledge and skills necessary for competent movement performance to attain and maintain an active lifestyle of fitness and wellness.
  2. Students will demonstrate knowledge of the cultural and historical significance of sports, games, and play; and incorporate these into the framework of lifespan physical activity and wellness.
  3. Students will design and lead physical and recreational activities that reflect cultural and social diversity to meet the needs of individuals/groups with varied physical, social, mental and emotional abilities.
  4. Students will apply discipline-specific, scientific and theoretical concepts, analytical methods and best practices to design, implement and evaluate Physical Education and Recreation activities in a variety of settings.
  5. Students will exhibit personal and social behavior that demonstrates respect of self and others in an ethical and professionally responsible manner.