Health and Physical Education

Health & Physical Education With or Without Teaching Rights

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HEALTH & PHYSICAL EDUCATION WITH OR WITHOUT TEACHING RIGHTS

The Health & Physical Education Area of study includes 56 hours of course work in Health, Physical Education and Coaching courses.  Students choosing the HPE Without Teaching will follow the same curriculum of study as those in the HPETE program with the exception of no Secondary Education Minor.  Students wishing to obtain P-12 teacher certification must choose the HPETE track WITH the Secondary Education Minor. Declaring the HPETE program does not insure admission into the Teacher Education program.

REQUIREMENTS:

Students must have a cumulative grade point average of 2.75 in all university coursework for admission into the Teacher Education Program. He/she must have a cumulative GPA of 2.75 or higher in the professional education courses and 2.75 Major GPA with no grade less than a “C” for continuation into CAP 2. The Secondary Education Minor must be chosen for HPETE certification.

NASPE NATIONAL STANDARDS

Standard 1   The physically literate individual demonstrates competency in a variety of motor skills and movement.  Standard 2  The physically literate individual applies knowledge of concepts, principles, strategies and tactics related to movement and performance.  Standard 3   The physically literate individual demonstrates the knowledge and skills to achieve and maintain a health-enhancing level of physical activity and fitness.  Standard 4  The physically literate individual exhibits responsible personal and social behavior that respects self and others.  Standard 5  The physically literate individual recognizes the value of physical activity for health, enjoyment, challenge, self-expression and/or social interaction.

Course Requirements from CU Undergraduate catalog - click here

HPETE / Empowerment For Learning

The HPETE Area links students choosing P-12 teacher education with the Campbellsville University Department of Education.  The Secondary Education minor is a 33 hour program.  The HPETE track with certification in Health & Physical Education and Secondary Education requires 133 hours for completion rather than the normal 120 hours for graduation.

Empowerment for learning is one of the special joys and outcomes of becoming a teacher. As a result of program experiences, you will be equipped with the knowledge, skills and dispositions to create a classroom climate in which your students can learn. The education program has a distinguished record of preparing students to become caring teachers.

The mission of the teacher education program at Campbellsville University is to prepare teachers for their respective fields by providing an academic infrastructure based on scholarship, service and Christian leadership. The primary goal of the program is to advance scholars who are competent, caring and qualified, who can positively impact student learning, and who are committed to life-long learning in a global society.

Campbellsville University School of Education is accredited by The National Council for the Accreditation of Teacher Education (NCATE), the Kentucky Education Professional Standards Board (EPSB). The University is a part of the NASDTEC interstate agreement (National Association of State Directors of Teacher Education) which facilitates certification of our graduates in other states.

 

Health & Physical Education Area

HEALTH & PHYSICAL EDUCATION AREA

Minimum requirements for the Health and Physical Education Requirements              56 Hours

CORE REQUIREMENTS OF THE MAJOR: (Requirements of 51 hrs)

HP 200 Healthful Living(3)spring
HP 201 History and Philosophy of Health, Physical Education & Sport (3)fall
HP 212 Introduction to Rhythmic Movement (2)both terms
BIO 221 Human Anatomy & Physiology I & lab (Bio 110 pre-req) (4)both terms
HP 251 Teaching Sport Skills I (2)spring
HP 252 Teaching Sport Skills II (2)fall
HP 234 Safety in Sport & Physical Activity (2) both terms
HP 300 Prin. of Strength Training & Conditioning (BIO 110 pre-req) (3)fall
HP 302 Test and Measurements (MTH 130 pre-req) (3)fall
HP 310 Nutrition (3)spring
HP 311 Drugs and Society (3)fall
HP 320 Human Sexuality, Education and Society (3)alternate spring
HP 321 School Health and Physical Education P-5 (3)spring
HP 380 Motor Learning (3)fall
HP 390 Kinesiology (Bio 221) (3)spring
HP 391 Adapted Physical Education (3)spring
HP 411 Teaching Health and Physical Education 5-12 (3) spring
HP 430 Psychology of Sport (3) or HP 360 Gender & Diversity in Sport (3)fall/spring

ELECTIVES (Requirement of 5 hrs)_
Choose one course from the following. (3 hrs.)

HP 250 Care and Prevention of Athletic Injuries(3) on demand
HP 305 Community and Consumer Health(3)on demand
HP 340 Water Safety Instructor/Lifeguard Training Instructor (HP 121 pre-req) (3)both
CHS 351 Christian Coaching (3)spring
HP 375 Current Issues & Trends in Sport, HPE (3)both
HP 400 Physiology of Exercise (Bio 221 pre-req) (3)fall
HP 420 Exercise Testing and Prescription I (Bio 221 pre-req) (3) spring
HP 444 Sport Policy & Governance (3) fall
HP 445 Sport & The Law (3)spring
HP 480 Special Topics (3)both
Choose one course from the following: (2 hrs.)

HP 312 Coaching Theory of Baseball (2) fall
HP 322 Coaching Theory of Basketball (2) fall/spring
HP 335 Coaching Theory of Volleyball (2) fall
HP 342 Coaching Theory of Football (2) spring
HP 345 Coaching Theory of Softball (2) fall
HP 365 Coaching Theory of Tennis (2) fall                                                                                                           HP 354 Coaching Theory of Soccer (2) spring

 

Health and Physical Education P-12   HPETE  “Suggested” Curriculum Guide Sheet
56 hours of HP courses
33 hours of Secondary Education courses
44 hours of General Education courses
133 hours required for graduation with HPETE major

Freshman—Fall                              Freshman—Spring
Eng 111 3hr                                     Eng 112 3hr
Gen Ed 3 hr                                     Ed 102  3hr
Gen Ed 3hr                                      Bio 110 3hr
Gen Ed 3hr                                      MAC 120 3hr
HP activity 1 hr                               Gen Ed 3hr
HP 103 2hr                                      OR 100 1 hr*
Or 100 1hr*
15 hrs                                              15 hrs

Sophomore—Fall                            Sophomore—Spring
Gen Ed 3 hr                                     Ed 300 3hr
Ed 210 3hr                                      MTH 130 3hr
Hp 201 3hr                                      HP 200 3 hr
Hp 251 2hr                                      Hp 234 2 hr
Bio 221 4hr                                     Hp 321 3 hr 

Gen Ed   2hr                                    HP 252 2hr

17 hrs                                              16 hrs

Junior—Fall                                    Junior—Spring
Ed 325 3hr                                       Ed 390 3hr
Hp 302 3hr                                      Hp 320 3hr
Hp 311 3hr                                      Hp 390 3hr
Hp 300 3hr                                      HP 391 3hr
HP 212 2 hr                                     HP 310 3 hr
Ed  310 3 hr                                     

17 hrs                                              15 hrs

Senior—Fall                                   Senior—Spring
Gen Ed  3hr                                     HP 411 3hr
Hp 380 3hr                                      ED 416 3 hr
Gen Ed    3hr                                  HP elective  3hr
HP 430/360 3hr                              Gen Ed 3 hr
HP elective 2 hr                              
14 hrs                                              12 hrs
                                             

5th year
ED 450 student teaching 12 hr

***Students choosing the Health & Physical Education Area Without Teaching would omit the EDUCATION (ED) courses from their scheduling and complete free  electives to total 120 hours.


HPETE group with Dr. Day

HPETE group with Dr. Day

Ben, Shane, Casey and Craig

Ben, Shane, Casey and Craig

Activity participation

Activity participation

Ben, Josh and Craig

Ben, Josh and Craig

     KAHPERD CONVENTION    EMBASSY SUITES, LEXINGTON,KY   NOVEMBER 14

Dr. Jill Day, lead professor of the HPETE program at Campbellsville University attended the KAHPERD Convention in Lexington on Monday, November 14 along with seven of her students.  Those in attendance included:  Josh Ashbrook, Anne Russell Blevins, Casey Clarke, Craig Edwards, Lauren Goodin,Ben Grey, and Shane Morris.