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Current LectureFinal Exam Review (New Content) Workplace settings for health and fitness careersEAP: Employee Assistance ProgramOften set up in worksitesRefinery Fitness Center: commercial workplace setting because it is open 24/7 and a fitness centerSean who is diabetic is guided by his physician to meet regularly with a registered dietician: clinical settingCharmin swims laps around a pool at her apartment complex: community settingsEffective Teaching BehaviorsKnowledge: the possession of extensive content and pedagogical expertise across various physical activity centersAutomaticity: the ability to perform one’s teaching tasks naturally, intuitively, and unconsciously throughout the instructional processFlexibility: the ability to adapt to changing environmental demands during the instructional process without disruption to the teaching and learning processProblem solving: the ability to resolve issues that arise during a class through awareness and carious cues linked to instructional and managerial situationsSelf-evaluation: a keen sense of accountability to the teaching and learning process that promotes continual self-reflection and upgrading of ones’ professional practiceDimensions of WellnessSocial healthIntellectual healthPhysical healthEmotional healthSpiritual healthProfessional Practice Knowledge: The type of knowledge represented by a fitness leader’s skill in motivating his clients to adhere to a disciplined exercise routine, and one that is very difficult for the leader to explain to othersHabilitative therapeutic exercise: conditioning drills conducted among new military recruits: not trying to replace skills that have been lost, but instead acquire skills that are normal for the individual to haveTeacher-coach role conflict: the challenge of meeting the conflicting demands of the two positionsWhat other duty besides coaching is a head coach at a high school most likely to have?Teaching a math class- they usually have a teaching roleWorking as the school nurseServing as head coach of another sportKINS 2010 1st Edition Lecture 31 Outline of Last Lecture I. What is Sport ManagementII. Three Main Sport Industry SettingsIII. Roles for Sport Management ProfessionalsIV. Education and Curricula Outline of Current Lecture I. Final Exam Review: New Content Current Lecture Final Exam Review (New Content)Workplace settings for health and fitness careers- EAP: Employee Assistance Programo Often set up in worksites- Refinery Fitness Center: commercial workplace setting because it is open 24/7 and a fitness center- Sean who is diabetic is guided by his physician to meet regularly with a registered dietician: clinical setting- Charmin swims laps around a pool at her apartment complex: community settings Effective Teaching Behaviors- Knowledge: the possession of extensive content and pedagogical expertise across various physical activity centers- Automaticity: the ability to perform one’s teaching tasks naturally, intuitively, and unconsciously throughout the instructional process - Flexibility: the ability to adapt to changing environmental demands during the instructional process without disruption to the teaching and learning process- Problem solving: the ability to resolve issues that arise during a class through awareness and carious cues linked to instructional and managerial situations- Self-evaluation: a keen sense of accountability to the teaching and learning process that promotes continual self-reflection and upgrading of ones’ professional practiceThese notes represent a detailed interpretation of the professor’s lecture. GradeBuddy is best used as a supplement to your own notes, not as a substitute. Dimensions of Wellness- Social health- Intellectual health- Physical health- Emotional health- Spiritual health Professional Practice Knowledge: The type of knowledge represented by a fitness leader’s skill in motivating his clients to adhere to a disciplined exercise routine, and one that is very difficult for the leader to explain to others Habilitative therapeutic exercise: conditioning drills conducted among new military recruits: not trying to replace skills that have been lost, but instead acquire skills that are normal for the individual to have Teacher-coach role conflict: the challenge of meeting the conflicting demands of the twopositions - What other duty besides coaching is a head coach at a high school most likely to have?o Teaching a math class- they usually have a teaching roleo Working as the school nurseo Serving as head coach of another


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