Selected Educational Outcomes
- Students in initial teacher education programs know the content that they plan to teach and can explain important principles and concepts delineated in professional, state, and institutional standards.
- Students in initial teacher education programs understand the relationship of content and content specific pedagogy and have a broad knowledge of instructional strategies that draws upon content and pedagogical knowledge and skills delineated in professional, state, and institutional standards to help all students learn.
- Students in initial teacher education programs are able to analyze educational research findings and incorporate new information into their practice.
- Students in initial teacher education programs assess and analyze student learning, make appropriate adjustments to instruction, monitor student learning, and have a positive effect on learning for all students.
Examples of Outcome Assessments
- Majors in initial teacher education programs will demonstrate content knowledge through passing the state-required content assessment.
- Majors in initial teacher education programs will demonstrate pedagogical content knowledge and knowledge of evidence-based strategies through development of lesson plans identifying use of research-validated procedures and effective content pedagogy.
- Majors in initial teacher education programs will demonstrate skills in assessment, instructional strategies, use of technology, and monitoring or modifying instruction during observed teaching episodes evaluated by a university supervisor and P-12 mentor teacher.
- Majors in initial teacher education programs will demonstrate their ability to positively impact P-12 learning through the development of a project designed to determine the relationship between effective planning and instruction and student learning (Impact on P-12 Learning Project) during the clinical practice (student teaching) experience.
Requirements for the B.S.Ed. Degree with a Major in Health and Physical Education
|Core Areas A-E (See VSU Core Curriculum)||42|
|Area F Requirements|
|EDUC 2110||Investigating Critical and Contemporary Issues in Education||3|
|EDUC 2120||Exploring Socio-Cultural Perspectives on Diversity||3|
|EDUC 2130||Exploring Learning and Teaching||3|
& BIOL 2652
|Human Anatomy and Physiology I|
and Human Anatomy and Physiology II
|KSPE Physical Education Activity Course||1|
|Any physical education course requiring physical fitness or lifetime physical activity; participation and content approved by any departmental academic advisor.|
|KSPE 2999||Entry to the Education Profession||0|
|All courses in Area F must be completed with a grade of “C” or better.|
|College of Education and Human Services Health and Physical Education Requirements .|
& KSPE 2020
|Physical Acitivity Techniques I|
and Physical Activity Techniques II
|Professional Program Requirements||60|
|KSPE 3101||Foundations & Technology in Health and Physical Education||3|
|KSPE 3200||Nutrition for Health and Human Performance||3|
|KSPE 3301||Contemporary Health Issues||3|
|KSPE 3401||Instructional Planning and Evaluation||3|
|KSPE 3411||Human Movement Applications||4|
|SPEC 3000||Serving Students with Diverse Needs||3|
|KSPE 3420||Exercise Physiology||3|
|KSPE 3911||Diversity in Sport and Physical Education||3|
|KSPE 3450||Comprehensive Health Education||3|
|KSPE 3460||Health Education Methods and Materials||3|
|KSPE 3700||Elementary Physical Education Methods and Content||3|
|KSPE 4710||Middle Grade & Secondary Physical Education Methods & Content||3|
|KSPE 2000||Health and Wellness for Life||2|
|KSPE 3141||First Aid/CPR and Care and Prevention of Athletic Injuries||3|
|KSPE 4220||Management of Physical Education Programs||3|
|PSYC 2103||Introduction to Human Development||3|
|KSPE 4800||Professional Practice Seminar||2|
|KSPE 4790||Student Teaching in Health and Physical Education||10|
|Total hours required for the degree||126|