Synopses of Required Courses
Organizing sports events
Gymnastics and apparatus
The student learns the use of all the apparatus used in Olympic events, how to instruct pupils of their proper use, and the exact and aesthetic execution of the many exercises; for instance: “candle”, horizontal, tumbling in many variations, handstands with tumbling. The course works in groups and with practice teaching by colleagues.
A one semester course.
Introduction to ball games
Introduction to Games
Basic skills in movement, movement in elementary schools, movement and stability development in seco
The course deals with teaching the basic skills in gymnastics and the various apparatus.In the course emphasis will be put on developing coordination and balance, individually, in couples and group work; practicing movement exercises with touch as the communicative method in movement. A one year course.
how a body floats and behaves in water, the law of gravity, free fall, and how a body reacts in the air; forces that impede movement; movements potentially injurious to the body; exercises that may be dangerous. A one year course
The development of motor skills
Macro-anatomy of the human body
An introduction to anatomy
General physiology of the body
Requirement: Credits in previous courses in macro-anatomy and micro-anatomy of the human body. A one year course
Physiology of exertion
We discuss how to evaluate the human body’s ability to withstand exertion in these conditions and what criteria we should use for measuring it. The course also treats the techniques of observation, measurement and defining the physiological changes of the body during exertion.
Requirement: A course in general physiology of the body. A one year course.
The science of human movement - kinesiology; aspects and applications
Nutrition and a Healthy Life Style
Psychology of Physical Education
Students are requested, during the course, to construct physical activity plans; models for altering and keeping to activity schedules; physical activity—a part of education contributing to health. A semestrial course.