Expectations of graduates include the ability to
- Articulate and apply concepts from motor learning, motor development, kinesiology,
exercise physiology, and the psycho-social aspects of activity.
- Plan and implement developmentally appropriate activities employing a variety of instructional
- Assess student performance in the psychomotor, fitness, cognitive, and affective domains.
- Use technology and interpersonal communication skills to enhance learning in physical
- Create inclusive, challenging learning environments that are sensitive to learner
diversity and levels of development in the psychomotor, fitness, affective, and cognitive
- Collaborate with professional colleagues, administrators, parents, and community members.
- Reflect on instruction to enhance or maintain quality physical education.