This unit provides students with an opportunity to investigate the importance of advocacy in the field of physical education, physical activity and sport science. It will require students to utilise literature related to inclusive practice and evaluate this in a practical setting.
 

Unit details

Location:
Study level:
Undergraduate
Credit points:
12
Unit code:
AHE3219

Learning Outcomes

On successful completion of this unit, students will be able to:
  1. Communicate a coherent and independent exposition of core knowledge of physical education, physical activity and values of health and advocacy in written form;  
  2. Critically analyse and review theoretical knowledge and practices and adapt these to develop innovative programs with school aged children in physical activity settings;  
  3. Investigate and analyse a variety of physical education and related issues to develop professional approaches to address specific issues when working with school aged children in physical activity settings;  
  4. Exhibit professional, ethical and socially sensitive judgements by adapting knowledge and skills to make inclusive and culturally relevant outcomes to physical activities; and  
  5. Integrate a broad technical and theoretical knowledge of physical education, physical activity, exercise and sport science and investigate the notion of advocacy in this context.  

Assessment

Assessment type Description Grade
Report Investigative report 30%
Poster Poster 20%
Practicum Plan, Deliver, Reflect upon Physical Activity sessions 50%

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