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DCB HPER 100 - Concepts of Fitness and Wellness

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MSU-BOTTINEAUCourse OutlineMSU-Bottineau provides students with a quality education in a caring environment. The institution values diversity and personal enrichment by promoting engaged learning form employment and university transfer. With the help of a supportive community, MSU-Bottineau emphasizes nature and technology to accomplish its mission through an array of curricula, programs, and services.- Liberal arts education provides students the knowledge and tools to continue their education, to serve as good stewards of the environment, and to function as responsiblecitizens.- Career/technical education provides students with the knowledge and skills required tosucceed by utilizing natural, human, and technological resources.- Distance delivery provides students increased access to education and career opportunities.- Community edicaiotn provides diverse life-long learning experiences.- Support services provide opportunities for individual growth and success.- Campus activities provide for interpersonal development.- Campus outreach provides area schools and groups access to college resources.- Workforce training and development provides the human resources for economic development. - All programs provide a greater understanding of human diversity.MSU-Bottineau’s curricula, programs, and services take students beyond nature and technology and leave them with an ethic of concern and care for the natural world.Name of instructor: Jason HarrisCourse Title and Number:HPER 100 Concepts of Fitness and WellnessCredits: 2 Prerequisite: NoneCourse Description: Learn the concepts to leading an active and healthy life.Required Text: Fit & Well/ Core Concepts and Labs in Physical Fitness and Wellness*Course Objectives (List which, if any, of the general education goals listed below each of your course objectives satisfies by writing the number of the goal beside the objective.):To explain advantages of exercising and disadvantages of unhealthy lifestyles.( Meets goal number 9)Course Content: 8 Chapters on from the brief edition of the book Nature, Technology, and Beyond Focus “NTB” (In a bulleted format, list the ways in which you have incorporated the campus NTB focus into this course; be specific): Course Requirements and Evaluation: The quizzes daily assignments and the tests will be used for the evaluation process.*Ten General Education Goals1) To develop the ability to communicate2) To develop thinking skills3) To develop knowledge and application of technology4) To develop skills in mathematical computation5) To develop an aesthetic appreciation for the world in which we live6) To promote the management and use of physical activity7) To develop a knowledge and application of science8) To understand and appreciate cultural diversity9) To develop lifelong learning skills10) To foster interpersonal developmentCourse Objectives (Sample)To develop skills analyzing and interpreting dramatic texts, demonstrated through discussions (Meets MSU-B General Ed. Goal #2)To develop your own critical analysis and interpretation through writing papersTo become more familiar with dramatic terminologyTo explore dramatic texts through performance (Meets MSU-B General Ed. Goal


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