Admission to the Professional Teacher Education Program (PTEP) requires that a series of pre-requisite courses (see list below) be completed before entry into the PTEP program is granted. A candidate to be admitted must:
|BIOL 205||Fundamentals of Anatomy and Physiology||4|
|EDUC 210||Schools in a Diverse Society||3|
|ENGL 103||Composition and Research||4|
|PHED 108||Introduction to Wellness and Fitness||3|
|PHED 235||Foundations of Physical Education||3|
|PHED 245||Movement Activities||3|
|PHED 260||Teaching Team Sports & Concepts & Tactics I||3|
|PHED 261||Teaching Ind. & Dual-Sport Concepts & Tactics||3|
|PHED 263||Teaching Team Sports & Concepts & Tactics II||3|
|PHED 275||Man. and Instr. Strat. in Physical Education||3|
|PHED 350||Assessment in Physical Education||3|
|PHED 352||Motor Learning||3|
|PHED 375||Cont. Curriculum and Analysis of Teaching PE||3|
|PHED 400||Adapted Physical Education||3|
|PSYC 101||Introduction to Psychology||4|
|SCED 300||Development, Learning and Assessment||3|
The courses below are not required for the professional program
admission but will be used to calculate the program course GPA if completed
prior to the
Professional Teacher Education Program Admission.
|EXSC 332||Exercise Physiology||4|
|PHED 451||Psychosocial Aspects of Physical Education||3|
3. Complete a minimum of 30 observation hours in an approved field experience placement.
5. Submit evidence of current CPR certification and place a copy in the advising file in the Department of Health and Sport Sciences .
6. Exhibit appropriate professional program candidate dispositions. Professional dispositions are the values, commitments, and professional ethics that influence behaviors toward students, families, colleagues, and communities and affect student learning, motivation, and development as well as the educator’s own professional growth. See http://www.salisbury.edu/pds/Field_Exp_Tools/candidate_tools.html for more information.