HPE 212 - Motor Behavior3 Cr.
Contact Hours Per Week: 3 Lec.
A lecture course that introduces the student to various motor learning principles and factors influencing the acquisition of motor skills. The lecture component of the course emphasizes basic constructs of motor behaviors and their relationships to human movement and is designed to facilitate the professional preparation for physical educators, coaches, exercise physiologists, and personal trainers in physical education, elementary education (Pre-K - 5th) and related fields. The field experience component that entails direct observation and participation at area public schools will accompany the lecture course.
Usually offered Spring semester
Pre-Requisites: HPE 136 or permission of the instructor
Co-Requisites: HPE 213L
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