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PETE

(PETE) PHYSICAL EDUCATION TEACHER EDUCATION
Department of Health and Sport Sciences 
Richard Bloomer, Ph.D., Chair
Room 106, Elma Neal Roane Fieldhouse
http://hss.memphis.edu/


PETE 2000 - Introduction to PETE (2)
Exploration of the discipline of Physical Education through historical, philosophical, sociological, and scientific bases.

PETE 2001 - Individual Fitness Teaching (2)
Knowledge, skills and techniques of teaching fitness; individual skill development; competency in instructional techniques of teaching fitness in school settings.

PETE 2002 - Ed Games/Team Sport Skill (4)
Knowledge, skills, techniques of teaching educational games and team sports; individual skill development; competency in instructional techniques of teaching educational games in school settings.

PETE 2003 - Skill Comp Individual Sport (4)
Knowledge, skills, techniques of teaching individual sport skills; individual skill development; competency in instructional techniques of teaching individual sport skills in school settings. Students select from a variety of different individual sports including but not limited to badminton, tennis, and golf.

PETE 2006 - Ed Gym/Movement Concepts (2)
Knowledge, skills, techniques of teaching educational gymnastics; individual skill development; competency in instructional techniques of teaching educational gymnastics in school settings.

PETE 2009 - Ed Dance/Movement Concepts (2)
Knowledge, skills, techniques of teaching educational dance; individual skill development; competency in instructional techniques of teaching educational dance in school settings.

PETE 2500 - Methods Techniques of Coaching (3)
Examination of research and best practices for coaching individual and team sports in school-based and community settings; high quality coaching strategies, skills, activities, and resources; basic first aid.

PETE 3307 - Psychosocial Aspect of Sport (3)
(EXSS 3307). Designed to help students develop understanding of psychological aspects of participation in sport; emphasis on research and theoretical frameworks related to performance enhancement and enjoyment in sport.

PETE 3308 - Exceptional Learner Phys Ed (3)
(EXSS 3308). Nature and etiology of disabilities prevalent in children, knowledge and technical skills pertinent to the design of adapted physical activity programs and the teaching of physical activities for specific disabilities.

PETE 3604 - Teach Phys Ed/Health/K-Middle (2)
(EXSS 3604). Skills, activities, and resource materials for teaching elements of movement, educational games, educational gymnastics, and physical fitness to youth. COREQUISITE: EXSS 3605.

PETE 3800 - Instr Strategies Phys Ed (3)
Emphasis on development and application of developmentally appropriate instructional strategies in school based physical activity settings. Students initiate Professional Development Portfolios (PDF) and must be accepted into the Teacher Education Program to enroll in this course.

PETE 3903 - Hist/Phil Aspect/Phys Activity (3)
Development of the discipline of physical education through historical, philosophical, sociological and scientific bases. PREREQUISITE: Upper division standing and satisfactory completion of the English composition requirements.

PETE 4200 - Curr/Integrate Learn Elem PE (4)
Emphasis on development and implementation of developmentally appropriate curriculum in early childhood and elementary school physical activity settings. Part of PETE Instructional Block taken in the Fall of Senior year. Block courses may be taught in local Professional Development Schools. COREQUISITE: PETE 3800, 4300, and 4400.

PETE 4201 - Curr/Integ Learn/EI PE Well (3)
Emphasis on development and implementation of appropriate curriculum in early childhood and elementary school physical activity and wellness settings. PREREQUISITE: admission to TEP. COREQUISITE: PETE 4301/4401, PETE 4501.

PETE 4300 - Curr/Aspect Lrng Secondary Ed (4)
Teaching strategies, management techniques, curricula planning, evaluation and research for effective physical education teaching in grades 7-12. Part of PETE Instructional Block taken in the Fall of Senior year. Block course may be taught in local Professional Development Schools. Students must be accepted into the Teacher Education Program to enroll in this course. COREQUISITE: PETE 3800, 4200, and 4400.

PETE 4301 - Curr/Integ Learn/Sec PE/Well (3)
Teaching strategies, management techniques, curricula planning,evaluation and research for effective physical education and wellness instruction in grades 7-12. PREREQUISITE: admission to TEP. COREQUISITE: PETE 4201/4401, PETE 4501.

PETE 4400 - Learner Assessmnt in PE (3)
Emphasis on assessment techniques, tools, resources and their application to assessment in school based physical activity programs. Part of PETE Instructional Block taken in the Fall of Senior year. Block courses may be taught in local Professional Development Schools. Students must be accepted into the Teacher Education Program to enroll in this course. COREQUISITE: PETE 3800, 4200, and 4300.

PETE 4401 - Learner Assessment PE/Well (3)
Assessment techniques, tools, resources and their application to assessment/evaluation in school-based physical activity and wellness programs. PREREQUISITE: admission to TEP. COREQUISITE: PETE 4201/4301; PETE 4501.

PETE 4501 - Residency I Practicum PE/Well (5)
Clinical teaching experience in Physical Education and Wellness at an assigned Residency I school during Fall semester, senior year. PREREQUISITE: admission to TEP, all other coursework required for program completed. COREQUISITE: PETE 4201/4301/4401.

PETE 4601 - Residency II Seminar PE/Well (3)
Senior semester taken concurrently with Residency II which requires students to analyze and seek solutions to problems encountered in current practices and issues in education and specific to physical education. PREREQUISITE: PETE 4201/4301/4401; PETE 4501. COREQUISITE: PETE 4701.

PETE 4605 - Intern/PETE/Community PE (3-9)
Culminating experience allowing students the opportunity to demonstrate knowledge and skills in an appropriate professional setting. PREREQUISITE: senior status and permission of advisor and coordinator of internships; First Aid and CPR certification.

PETE 4701 - Residency II Practicum PE/Well (9)
Full-time planned and supervised experience in a setting appropriate to student's area of specialization; synthesize knowledge and skills; demonstrate professional competencies in educational settings. PREREQUISITE: PETE 4201/4301/4401; PETE 4501. COREQUISITE: PETE 4601.

PETE 4800 - Prof Seminar Leaders PE (3)
Senior seminar taken concurrently with student teaching which requires student to analyze and seek solutions to problems encountered in current practices and issues in education and specific to physical education; integrate and synthesize knowledge and experiences in development of role as professional education leader. The student's Professional Development Portfolio (PDP) is assessed as part of this course. Student must be accepted into the Teacher Education Program to enroll in this course. COREQUISITE: student teaching.

PETE 4909 - Student Teaching in PETE (9)
Full-time planned and supervised experience in a setting appropriate to student's area of specialization; synthesize knowledge and skills; demonstrate professional competencies in educational settings. PREREQUISITE: approval from Teacher Education Director. COREQUISITE: PETE 4800.

Course Descriptions

College of Arts and Sciences

Aerospace Studies (AERO)
African and African American Studies (AAAS)
Anthropology (ANTH)
Biology (BIOL)
Chemistry (CHEM)
Computer Science (COMP)
Criminology and Criminal Justice (CJUS)
Earth Sciences (ESCI)
English (ENGL)
Emergency Management (EMGT)
Environmental Studies (ENVR)
Health Administration (HADM)
History (HIST)
International Studies (INTL)
Judaic Studies (JDST)
Mathematics (MATH)
Military Science (ARMY)
Naval Science (NAVY)
Philosophy (PHIL)
Physics (PHYS)
Political Science (POLS)
Public and Nonprofit Administration (PADM)
Psychology (PSYC)
Religious Studies (RLGN)
Social Work (SWRK)
Sociology (SOCI)
Women's Studies (WMST)

Foreign Languages and Literatures

Arabic (ARAB)
Chinese (CHIN)
Classics (CLAS)
French (FREN)
German (GERM)
Greek (GREK)
Hebrew (HEBR)
Italian (ITAL)
Japanese (JAPN)
Languages and Literature (LALI)
Latin (LATN)
Portuguese (PORT)
Russian (RUSS)
Spanish (SPAN)

Fogelman College of Business and Economics

Accountancy (ACCT)
Business Administration (BA)
Economics (ECON)
Finance (FIR)
Management Information Systems (MIS)
Management (MGMT)
Marketing (MKTG))
Supply Chain Management Science (SCMS)

College of Communication and Fine Arts

Architecture (ARCH)
Art (ART)
Art History (ARTH)
Communication (COMM)
Communication/Fine Arts (CCFA)
Dance (DANC)
Interior Design (IDES)
Journalism (JOUR)
Theatre (THEA)

Music

Applied Music (MUAP)
Music Appreciation (MUS)
Music Education (MUSE)
Music History, Literature, and Appreciation (MUHL)
Music Industry (MUID)
Music Theory and Composition (MUTC)
Sacred Music (MUSA)

College of Education, Health and Human Sciences

Counseling, Educational Psychology and Research

Counseling and Personnel Services (COUN)
Educational Psychology and Research (EDPR)

Health and Sport Sciences

Dietetics (NUTR)
Health and Human Performance (EXSS)
Health and Sport Sciences (HMSE)
Healthcare Leadership (HCL)
Health Promotion (HPRO)
Physical Education Activities (PHED)
Physical Education Teacher Education (PETE)
Sport and Leisure Commerce (SLC)
Sport and Leisure Management (SLS)

Instruction and Curriculum Leadership

Early Childhood Education (ECED)
Educational Services (EDSV)
Elementary Education (ELED)
Instruction and Curriculum Leadership (ICL)
Instructional Design and Technology (IDT)
Leadership (LEAD)
Reading (RDNG)
Special Education (SPED)

Herff College of Engineering

Biomedical Engineering (BIOM)
Civil Engineering (CIVL)
Electrical and Computer Engineering (EECE)
Engineering (ENGR)
Mechanical Engineering (MECH)
Technology (TECH)

Loewenberg School of Nursing

Nursing (NURS)

University College

Family and Consumer Science (CSED)
Merchandising (MRCH)
Paralegal Studies (LEGL)
University College (UNIV)

Kemmons Wilson School of Hospitality and Resort Management

Hospitality and Resort Management (HPRM)

Independent Programs

Orientation Program (ACAD)
University Honors Program (UNHP)
University of Memphis Libraries (LBRY)


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