Physical Education Courses
PHED 4514 DAPE Program Planning (3 credits)
First in a series of three courses, DAPE Program Planning provides knowledge necessary to develop, organize, and administer DAPE programs supported by DAPE historical and philosophical foundations, legal bases, the IEP process, resources, and an understanding of health-related physical and motor fitness, assistive technology, and adapted equipment. Students assess fitness, motor and behavioral skills of three K-12 students with identified disabilities at a local school. Using assessment information, students develop DAPE programs for elementary, middle, and secondary school levels. Programs reflect individual student goals and objectives. The course includes 15 hours of required field experience. Prerequisites: SPED 3600, SPED 3650, co-requisite SPED 3655.
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