Validating a measure of teacher technology integration
A handbook issued by the state board contains a summary of rules and regulations governing teachers’ licenses in Kansas. Students planning to teach in other states should check with those states. Students will become proficient in the use of directional and movement terminology used to describe movement and be able to identify the plane/axis as well as the agonist and antagonist muscles involved in a movement. Anatomical and Physiological Foundations of Heath and Disease. The course is designed to assist students in the development of a basic understanding of the anatomical structures and physiological processes that are central to the development of various diseases/disorders.
Information about teaching requirements may be obtained from the Licensure Office. The course is designed to train students in peer health education, as peer health educators in college settings, and as trainers, training adolescents in community health settings for grades 6-12 peer health education. Prerequisite: A course in human anatomy, admission to School of Education. Students will apply this knowledge to an evidence-based model for choosing and developing appropriate lifestyle and health-related interventions (e.g. This course explores the control of human movement from an exercise neurophysiology perspective.
Within these tenets, the Alliance works for collaborative research, training and professional development opportunities for public school educators, university faculty, and teacher education students with the ultimate goal of improving education for all children. Prerequisite: Admission to the Athletic Training Program, HSES 353, concurrent enrollment HSES 355.
After completing a minimum of 120 approved hours and the requirements for the specific teacher licensure program, the student receives a bachelor’s degree and is eligible for a Kansas teaching license. Efficient performance of the skills during game conditions will be emphasized.
Majors are available in the following teaching fields: (Note: Students must speak to the appropriate advisors while planning these added endorsements.) A minimum cumulative grade-point average of 2.75 is required for graduation.
PDS schools are in 4 different districts, which may include elementary, middle, or secondary sites. This course is the second in a sequence of six practicum/clinical experience courses for the athletic training student. Prerequisite: Admission to the School of Education.
The University of Kansas Professional Development School (KUPDS) is an active partnership between the University of Kansas School of Education and 15 public schools in four surrounding school districts. Prerequisite: Admission to Athletic Training program and concurrent enrollment in HSES 354.