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HPE Hands On Experience

HPE HANDS ON EXPERIENCE CLASS HIGHLIGHTS:

If you’re looking for courses that get you out in the field and actually have you experiencing teaching techniques and different lesson ideas, the URI HPE Department is the place to be. The courses below are just a few of the Health, P.E., and Adapted P.E. courses that give you hands on opportunities to learn! Many have been ranked as favorites among HPE students!

  • KIN 116: Teaching Individual Sports Activities LAB: Emphasis on learning rules of play, sport specific skills, and teaching and instructional methods for sport activities and games that are individually based. Students will participate in hands on lab where they get to actually participate in playing and teaching these sports!
  • KIN 117: Teaching Team Sports ActivitiesLAB: Emphasis on learning rules of play, sport specific skills, and teaching and instructional methods for sport activities and games that are team based. Students will participate in hands on lab where they get to actually participate in playing and teaching these activities!
  • KIN 118: Teaching Lifetime Physical Activities LAB: Emphasis on learning rules of play, sport specific skills, and teaching and instructional methods for physical activities and games that are lifetime fitness based. Students will participate in a hands on lab where they get to actually participate in playing and teaching these activities!
  • KIN 305: Supervised Experience-Physical Education in the Elementary School PRACTICUM: Students participate in supervised experience laboratory for methods learned in 304.
  • KIN 309: Supervised Experience in Health Education PRACTICUM: Students participate in supervised experience laboratory for methods learned in KIN 307: Methods of School Health Instruction.
  • KIN 315: Supervised Experience-Physical Education in the Secondary School PRACTICUM: Students participate in supervised experience laboratory for methods learned in 314.
  • KIN 410: Adapted Physical Education: Planning and evaluation of physical education programs for individuals with special needs. Includes issues regarding disability laws and various mental, psychological, and physical conditions. Students participate in a lab weekly where they have an opportunity to work with students who have special needs.
  • KIN 585: Disability Sports: Sports and recreational opportunities for individuals with disabilities; federal legislation effecting participation opportunities; spectrum of participation in community recreation to elite athletic opportunities within various disability sports organizations and events. Students participate twice a week in a surf program designed to help students who have disabilities learn to surf!

*For more course descriptions please visit the URI course catalog.

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