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Integrating Physical Best into the University PETE Program. Suzan F. Ayers HPER Department Western Michigan University Mary Jo Sariscsany Department of Kinesiology California State University, Northridge. Certification Through Undergraduate Coursework. Single course at WMU

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Integrating physical best into the university pete program

Integrating Physical Best into the University PETE Program

Suzan F. Ayers

HPER Department

Western Michigan University

Mary Jo Sariscsany

Department of Kinesiology

California State University, Northridge


Certification through undergraduate coursework

Certification Through Undergraduate Coursework

  • Single course at WMU

    • HPER 2510 (aerobic conditioning, aka, h-r f’ness)

  • Combination of several courses at WVU

    • PET 349 (theory, fitness testing, elem. activities)

    • PET 451 (fitness score management, sec. activities)

    • EXPH 365 (exercise physiology)


Undergraduate courses

Undergraduate Courses

  • HPER 2150: Aerobic Conditioning (1 credit)

    • Optional course for PETE students

    • Health-related fitness education cornerstone of course

    • Syllabus


Undergraduate courses1

Undergraduate Courses

  • PET 349: Fitness Education (2 credits)

    • Required for all PETE students

    • Health-related fitness education cornerstone of course

    • Syllabus

    • Case study assignment

  • PET 451: Secondary Fitness Lab (1 credit)

    • Required for all PETE students

    • Logical continuation of 349 & practical applications

    • Syllabus

    • Peer teaching assignment


Benefits of physical best in the undergraduate pete program

Benefits of Physical Best in the Undergraduate PETE Program

  • Explicit concepts-based curricular planning

  • General and content-specific goal setting pedagogy implementation

  • Explicit standards based focus

  • Integration of pedagogy courses across program


Integrating physical best into the university pete program

  • Employment enhancement

  • Activity as tools for concept learning

  • Integration of science courses across program

  • Integration of technology: HR, Ped, PP, Digital Video Cap. & Edit, Dig. Cameras


Graduate courses

Graduate Courses

  • HPER 6480: H-R Fitness for the Practitioner

    • Opportunity to provide practitioners with basic health-related fitness instruction

    • Syllabus

    • Plan of Action scoring guide

  • PET 691C: Theory of Fitness Education

    • Required for all PETE graduate students

    • Opportunity to provide practitioners with health-related fitness theory and some basic instructional skills

    • Syllabus


Kin 335 health related fitness for k 12 pe

KIN 335 Health Related Fitness for K-12 PE


Integrating physical best into the university pete program

Fall 2006

Northridge Academy High School

9 & 10th graders

Field Experience Applying PB Activities: Health Related Concepts, Assessment, Integration, Motivation, & FITT Principles


Key components

Key Components

  • Lab component with High School Students

  • Physical Specialist Certification upon completion of the class

  • Computer Lab specifically designed for instructional development and includes Fitnessgram/Activitygram programs

  • Application of Heart Rate Monitors and Pedometers

  • Linked with Assessment and Technology Class (Rubrics, MVPA Assessments, FitnessGram/ActivityGram)


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