Credit units: 3
Offered: Either Term 1 or Term 2
Weekly hours: 3 Lecture hours
Department: Kinesiology (Dean's Office)
A study of the philosophical and theoretical concepts involved in a physical education environment. The intent is to establish a foundation upon which further developments in the area may be undertaken. Topics will include factors such as: developmentally appropriate physical education, factors influencing the learning of motor skills, development of movement tasks, and a comprehensive understanding of human movement taxonomies.
Prerequisite(s): KIN 121 and 122 or 146.
Note: Cannot receive credit for both KIN 240 and 245. Previous KIN 245 credit fulfills the KIN 240 requirement in the B.Sc.(Kin.) program.
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