Jul 07, 2020  
2018-2019 Undergraduate Catalog 
    
2018-2019 Undergraduate Catalog [ARCHIVED CATALOG]

Physical Education (Teaching) (PET) - BT Major


44 S.H. (no minor required)

2.75 GPA required.

Letter grade required in all major courses unless otherwise noted.

Physical Education Teaching Major Map  

Documented current certification in CPR and First Aid required prior to or upon graduation.

The Physical Education Teaching program’s major focus is to prepare teacher candidates to design, implement, and evaluate developmentally appropriate learning experiences in a variety of physical education settings for K-12 learners. Students are required to meet the prescribed scores on the Minnesota Teaching Licensure Examination (MTLE), which include: basic skills, content, and pedagogy. Upon completion of the Physical Education Teaching program, students will have developed the skills necessary to obtain Minnesota teaching licensure.

Physical Education Teaching graduates are employed as K-12 educators in private and public schools. Students are encouraged to expand their career options by adding the following:

Teacher Education Licensure Program Information


Students must be admitted to the Teacher Education Unit before taking Professional Education courses. This process is competitive; the number of students admitted each semester is limited. Admission is based on grades (2.75 GPA), passing Basic Skills Exams and other measures. For more information on this Admission process, visit the Teacher Education Program Admissions page.

All Winona State University Teacher Education Licensure Programs  are continuously updated to reflect new licensure requirements from the Minnesota Board of Teaching. Please contact your program advisor for the latest information about program requirements whether you are (1) applying to a teacher education program, or (2) currently enrolled in a teacher education program.

PESS Required Courses (44 S.H.)


Professional Education Sequence (36 S.H.)


Note: Teacher education majors must complete all Professional Education Sequence courses in addition to content area courses. Refer to Teacher Education Licensure Programs  for more information.

Note


  • EDFD 401 and 461 must be taken concurrently
  • EDFD 421 and 441 must be taken concurrently
  • EDFD 459 and 462 must be taken concurrently

Developmental/Adapted Physical Education Licensure


Candidates seeking licensure in developmental/adapted physical education (D/APE) must:

  1. Hold a baccalaureate degree and a valid teaching license in physical education (K-12) or be enrolled in the physical education teaching major.
  2. Complete nine semester hours of core skills area requirements in special education:
    SPED 300 - Children and Youth with Exceptionalities 
    SPED 405 - Student Management Systems 
    ◎ SPED 420 - Special Education Administrative Procedures 
  3. Complete the physical education teacher preparation program, which consists of 44 semester hours.
  4. Complete the D/APE licensure course requirements not included in the physical education major below.

DAPE - PESS Required Courses (10 S.H.)


  • (3 S.H.)
  • (3 S.H.)
  • (4 S.H.)
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    Developmental/adapted physical educators will be eligible for licensure in the State of Minnesota when the preceding process is implemented. Practicing teachers may request that their teaching experience and preparation in D/APE be evaluated and credited. Teachers will be asked to complete evaluation forms, documenting their teaching experience and preparation in D/APE. The candidate will be expected to file a formal application with the WSU Office of Admissions and to schedule a consultation regarding deficiencies or additional requirements needed prior to receiving licensure certification. For additional information, candidates should contact Physical Education & Sport Science, Memorial Hall 122, Winona State University, Winona, MN 55987.

Legend


◎ = Oral Intensive

◆ = Math/Critical Analysis Intensive

△ = Writing Intensive

✽ = Physical Development and Wellness Graduation Requirement

= Civic Engagement and Service Learning