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1 Physical Education B.S.P.E Degree Program College of Education, University of South Carolina, (803) , STUDENT ADVISEMENT GUIDE/HANDBOOK This handbook is for students who will be completing Directed Teaching (Student Teaching) in Spring or Fall of 2016 Table of Contents Student Responsibility South Carolina Teachers Loan Program Degree Admissions Requirements Placement Tests Earning Credit in Transient Status Course Load Field and Clinical Experiences Academic Advisement Progression Requirements Admission to the Professional Program Admission to Directed Teaching Exit Requirements Certification Fees Curriculum Curriculum Checklist Typical Program

2 Physical Education - Bachelor of Science in Physical Education Degree Program College of Education, University of South Carolina, (803) , STUDENT ADVISEMENT GUIDE This program is designed for undergraduate students at the University of South Carolina who are interested in a career as a physical education teacher. Students who successfully complete the degree requirements and have a positive recommendation by the faculty will be recommended for teacher certification in physical education at all levels (kindergarten-grade 12). Student Responsibility The College of Education faculty and staff work diligently to provide students all the information that is necessary to complete its undergraduate programs in a successful and timely manner. However, it is the student s responsibility to thoroughly read all of the information available in this handbook, handouts, on the College s web site, and in the USC Undergraduate Studies Bulletin. Likewise it is the student s responsibility to maintain accurate and current address and phone number information both with the Office of Student Affairs in the College of Education, and with the USC Registrar s office. Any exception to requirements must be submitted in writing to the College of Education, Office of Student Affairs, and until and unless a student has received a written response in the affirmative, the exception does not exist. South Carolina Teachers Loan Program (TLP) Under the current guidelines, South Carolina residents may be eligible to apply for the TLP during the four years of your baccalaureate degree program in the College of Education. Please be advised that you must meet the Praxis Core, SAT, or ACT testing requirement for eligibility. Students are advised to take the Praxis Core in their first semester of enrollment for earliest consideration, if the SAT or ACT requirement is not met. For more information: Degree Admissions Requirements New freshmen who meet University admissions standards are eligible for admission to degree programs offered by the College of Education. A student who wishes to enter the BSPE degree program from another college on the Columbia campus must be in good standing and have a collegiate summary GPA of 2.5 or higher. A student who wishes to enter this degree program from a regionally accredited college or university outside of the USC System or another campus of the USC system, must meet the above requirements and the applicable admission standards of the University. Students may not transfer any course that carries a grade of less than C. Placement Tests Incoming students at USC are required to take placement tests in math and in a foreign language. The results of those tests determine specific placement in courses in those two areas. College of Education advisors will assist students in determining which math and foreign language courses a student must complete in order to meet degree requirements. Students scoring lower than a score of two (2) on the foreign language placement test are required to satisfactorily complete equivalent study of foreign language at USC. 2

3 Earning Credit in Transient Status With the permission of the College of Education s Academic Dean, students may take up to 18 semester hours of course work from another institution provided they have at least a 2.00 USC grade point average; the courses are approved in advance by their academic advisor and the Dean; the other institution is fully accredited; and the course work meets University specifications for transfer credits. Students must request permission prior to taking a course from another institution in transient status. To do this, a student should meet with his/her advisor to discuss the course being requested and to complete a Special Enrollment Request form. The student should bring a description of the course they plan to take to that meeting. A grade of C or better must be earned in the transient course in order for it to transfer back to USC. s lower than a C do not transfer to USC. Therefore, any transfer course in which a grade less than C was earned cannot be used for degree credit. The last 30 credit hours toward your degree must be earned in residence at the University of South Carolina. Course Load Students must seek permission from their academic advisor to take a course load in excess of 17 hours. Students in the College of Education will not be allowed to register for more than 17 hours in a fall or spring semester unless they have earned at least a B average on the previous (most recent) 12 hours of coursework taken. In addition, the advisor will take into account the student s overall academic status when determining if a course overload will be granted and how many total hours would be approved. The College of Education does not recommend any student take an overload of hours and students who do so should be aware of the academic workload required for the courses they plan to take. Students who register for a course load of more than 16 semester hours in a fall or spring semester will pay an additional per hour fee as outlined in the schedule of fees available from the Bursar s Office (www.sc.edu/bursar). Fees are subject to change. Field and Clinical Experiences All initial teacher certification programs in the College of Education require extensive field experiences in P-12 schools. All students must read and understand the rules and expectations outlined in the Preservice Teacher Education Clinical Experiences Manual (http://www.ed.sc.edu/supce/archives_docs.asp ). Also be aware that in order to complete many of your education courses you will be required to submit to a criminal background check. Students with criminal convictions or pending charges may not be eligible for internship experiences or courses taught on-site in P-12 settings. At anytime while a student at USC, those who are arrested by any law enforcement agency are required to inform the Office of Student Judicial Programs of such matters within 72 hours of the arrest. Any student arrested while enrolled in an internship experience or courses taught on-site in a P-12 setting must also notify the College of Education, Office of School-University Partnerships and Clinical Experiences. Academic Advisement You will be assigned an advisor after you attend orientation or after you have completed the change of college process. Check under the academics tab on VIP to find out which advisor you have been assigned. Your advisor is located in the Office of Student Affairs, Wardlaw 113 and can be contacted at The formal advisement period consists of about 4-5 weeks during which you will schedule an appointment to plan your course work for the next semester. You will receive an through the university student system informing you of the dates for advisement and the steps which you need to follow to sign up for an advisement appointment. You will not be permitted to pre-register for classes until you have met with your assigned advisor. Students who miss the formal advisement period will not be advised until late advisement, which will be a specified date after open registration. 3

4 For questions not related to course selection, please make an appointment with your advisor outside of the formal advisement period. Progression Requirements for the Program To remain in a degree program offered by the College of Education, a student must make satisfactory academic progress toward the degree. A student who fails to make satisfactory progress may be placed on academic probation or be removed from the college. If a student majoring in Physical Education has two consecutive semesters of grade point averages below 2.50 and a cumulative grade point average below 2.50, the student will be suspended from academic programs in the Department of Physical Education. In addition, all students in the college are subject to the regulations on probation, suspension, and readmission in the USC Undergraduate Studies Bulletin entitled "Academic Standards Policies." A student in physical education must earn a C or better in specified course work, including major courses (those with department code of PEDU), education courses (those with department codes EDPY and EDFN), required sciences courses, courses in the analytical reasoning option, HPEB 321, ENGL 101, and ENGL 102. Students may attempt to earn a satisfactory grade in a major course no more than two times. Only if a valid case for taking the course a third time is established will such be allowed. Validity of a case will be determined by departmental review of a formal petition. Admission to the Professional Program Upon completion of 60 hours of course work, including courses specified by the Physical Education Program, the candidate may apply for admission to the Professional Program in Physical Education. For admission to the Professional Program the candidate must: Successfully complete all three sections (reading, writing, and mathematics) of the Praxis Core Academic Skills for Educators. Information about this exam, including the Study Companion with practice questions, is available at Official passing scores on all three sections of the Praxis Core must be submitted before a student will be allowed to take PEDU 341 and PEDU 361. Note: Previously students were required to take all sections (reading, writing, and mathematics) of the Praxis I exam and the SC Department of Education will continue to accept passing scores on this examination until June 30, Additionally, students who have achieved a combined score of 1650 on the 3 part SAT or a composite score of 24 or better on the ACT are exempt from the Praxis Core requirement. Achieve a passing score on the EEDA (Education & Economic Development Act) assessment found under the My Organizations section in Blackboard. Achieve a Collegiate Summary GPA of 2.5 or higher prior to taking PEDU 340 & 360 Complete with a grade of C or better ENGL 101, ENGL 102, EDFN 300, EDPY 401, PEDU 570 Note: Must be admitted to the Professional Program one semester prior to directed (student) teaching (PEDU 479) Praxis I Preparation: Students can find information on preparing for the Praxis I exam on the College of Education, Office of Student Affairs website (http://www.ed.sc.edu/sa/praxis1.asp) Admission to the Directed Teaching semester For admission into Directed Teaching (PEDU 479) a student must: be admitted to the Professional Program achieve a continuing collegiate summary GPA of 2.50 or higher. have signed directed teaching recommendation from Physical Education faculty have completed all other Physical Education major course work required for the degree program (only with special permission can a student participate in directed teaching without having completed all other major coursework) successfully complete criminal background check as required by the S.C. Department of Education by program deadline 4

5 Exit Requirements for the B.S.P.E Degree Successfully meet all of the requirements of the degree program Complete and submit an application for graduation to the College of Education Office of Student Affairs early in the last semester of the senior year. Students should consult the official University calendar for the specific date that the application is due. Certification In the teacher preparation programs, the degree requirements and certification requirements are linked. Inasmuch as certification requirements are the responsibility of the State Board of Education, if state regulations change, degree requirements are also subject to change. All students seeking a recommendation for certification in physical education must: Successfully complete the requirements of the degree program Achieve test scores at or above the level established by the state on the program appropriate exams (Praxis II series) Submit scores earned on the Praxis II to the Office of Student Affairs, College of Education, Wardlaw 113, USC, and to the State Department of Education Successfully complete criminal background check as required by the S.C. Department of Education Pay all certification fees as required Successfully complete ADEPT requirements with a positive recommendation for certification. All teacher preparation programs at USC are nationally recognized through the National Council for the Accreditation of Teacher Education (NCATE) and lead to a recommendation for certification in South Carolina. The South Carolina Department of Education has a reciprocity program with all US states, all Canadian Provinces, Guam, and Puerto Rico (http://www.scteachers.org/cert/reciprost.cfm ). Graduates from one of the USC teacher preparation programs are typically able to obtain certification in another state. However, students seeking certification in other states should contact the appropriate office in that state to determine if any additional course or test requirement must be met. Typically, a South Carolina certificate will allow you to teach for at least one year while completing any additional requirements for full certification in the other state. Fees In addition to regular university tuition and fees, students will be responsible for fees as follows: A clinical experience fee of $200 when students register for PEDU 479 A certification fee of $75 assessed during final clinical experience (PEDU 479) A $105 fee paid to the South Carolina Department of Education at the time students apply for SC Teaching certification A $54.25 fee paid to L-1 Identity Solutions at the time students complete the SC Teaching Certification fingerprinting process Some of the required PEDU courses require lab/materials fees as outlined by the University Bursar (www.sc.edu/bursar ) Praxis Core and Praxis II exams require registrations fees as set by ETS (www.ets.org/praxis) All other appropriate fees as outlined by the University Bursar (www.sc.edu/bursar ) Note: All fees are subject to change 5

6 Physical Education, B.S.P.E For students who will be completing Directed Teaching (Student Teaching) in Spring or Fall of 2016 Degree Requirements (Total semester hours: ) 1. Carolina Core Plus Physical Education General Education (46 58 hours) CMW EFFECTIVE, ENGAGED, AND PERSUASIVE COMMUNICATION: WRITING (6 hours) Complete 6 hours (two courses) as follows: of C or better required ENGL 101 (3) ENGL 102 (3) ARP ANALYTICAL REASONING & PROBLEM SOLVING (6 hours) Complete 6 hours (two courses) from: of C or better required MATH 122 (3) MATH 141 (4) MATH 142 (4) MATH 170 (3) MATH 172 (3) PHIL 110 (3) CSCE 101 (3) CSCE 102 (3) CSCE 145 (4) STAT 110 (3) STAT 201 (3) or STAT 112 (3) STAT 205 (3) SCI SCIENTIFIC LITERACY (16 hours) Complete 16 hours in science as follows: of C or better required Select one of the following courses/course sets (4hours): BIOL 101 (3) - Biological Principles I and BIOL 101L (1) BIOL 110 (4) - General Biology BIOL 120 (3) - Human Biology and BIOL 120L (1) Select one of the following courses/course sets (4 hours): PHYS 101 (3) - The Physics of How Things Work I and PHYS 101L (1) PHYS 201 (3) - General Physics I and PHYS 201L (1) CHEM 102 (4) - Fundamental Chemistry II CHEM 111 (4) - General Chemistry I Select one of the following courses/course sets (4 hours): EXSC 223 (4) - Anatomy and Physiology I BIOL 243 (3) - Human Anatomy and Physiology I and BIOL 243L (1) Select one of the following courses/course sets (4 hours): EXSC 224 (4) - Anatomy and Physiology II BIOL 244 (3) - Human Anatomy and Physiology II and BIOL 244L (1) 6

7 GFL GLOBAL CITIZENSHIP AND MULTICULTURAL UNDERSTANIND: COMMUNICATE EFFECTIVELY IN MORE THAN ONE LANGUAGE (0-6 hours) Complete the Carolina Core approved courses in Foreign Language (GFL) or by achieving a score of 2 or better on a USC foreign language placement test. If qualifying score not met, must complete 6 hours from: FREN 109 (3) LATN 109 (3) FREN 110 (3) LATN 110 (3) GERM 109 (3) SPAN 109 (3) GERM 110 (3) SPAN 110 (3) GERM 111 (6) SPAN 111 (6) or 4 hours from: ARAB 121 (4) CHIN 121 (4) GREK 121 (4) ITAL 121 (4) JAPA 121 (4) KORE 121 (4) PORT 121 (4) RUSS 121 (4) SWAH 121 (4) GHS GLOBAL CITIZENSHIP AND MULTICULURAL UNDERSTANDING: HISTORICAL THINKING (3 hours) Complete 3 hours (one course) from: GERM 280 (3) HIST 101 (3) HIST 102 (3) HIST 104 (3) HIST 105 (3) HIST 106 (3) HIST 108 (3) HIST 109 (3) HIST 111 (3) HIST 112 (3) HIST 214 (3) GSS GLOBAL CITIZENSHIP AND MULTICULTURAL UNDERSTANDING: SOCIAL SCIENCES (6 hours) Complete 6 hours (two courses) as follows: PSYC 101 (3) SOCY 101 (3) AIU AESTHETIC AND INTERPRETIVE UNDERSTANDING (6hours) Complete 6 hours (two courses) as follows: ENGL 283 (3) or ENGL 285 (3) Another AIU course selected from (3): ARTE 101 (3) ENGL 288 (3) ARTE 260 (3) FILM 180 (3) ARTH 105 (3) FILM 240 (3) ARTH 106 (3) FREN 290 (3) ARTS 103 (3) GERM 290 (3) ARTS 104 (3) MART 110 (3) ARTS 107 (3) MART 210 (3) CLAS 220 (3) MUSC 110 (3) CPTL 270 (3) MUSC 113 (3) DANC 101 (3) MUSC 114 (3) ENGL 270 (3) MUSC 115 (3) ENGL 282 (3) MUSC 140 (3) ENGL 283 (3) RUSS 280 (3) ENGL 284 (3) SPAN 220 (3) ENGL 285 (3) THEA 170 (3) ENGL 286 (3) THEA 181(3) ENGL 287 (3) THEA 200 (3) 7

8 STAND-ALONE OR OVERLAY ELIGBILE COURSES (3-9 hours) Up to two of the three requirements below may be met in overlay courses. For up to two instances, a Carolina Core course meeting another core requirement may also meet one of these requirements, provided the course is approved to meet both. One requirement below must be met with a 3-hour stand-alone course (not meeting another Carolina Core requirement). Note: A course approved and taken to meet two of the requirements below can meet the stand-alone requirement. CMS EFFECTIVE, ENGAGED, AND PERSUASVIE COMMUNICATION (3 hours) Complete 1 course (3 hours) from: SPCH 140 (3) INF INFORMATION LITERACY (0-3 hours) SLIS 202 (3) LIBR 101 (1) - Can t meet stand-alone requirement ENGL 102 (3) Approved INF/CMW overlay, but only if taken at USC in Fall 2012 or later. Cannot be taken at another institution to meet INF requirement. STAT 112 (3) Approved INF/ARP overlay VSR VALUES, ETHICS, AND SOCIAL RESPONSIBILITY (0-3 hours) BIOL 208 (3) HIST 108 (3) Approved VSR/GHS overlay PHIL 103 (3) PHIL 211 (3) PHIL 320 (3) PHIL 321 (3) PHIL 322 (3) PHIL 325 (3) POLI 201 (3) Only if taken at USC in Fall 2013 or later POLI 303 (3) SAEL 200 (3) 2. Core Requirements for Physical Education Teacher Certification (23 hours) of C or better required HPEB 321 Personal and Community Health (3) PEDU Introduction to the Description and Analysis of Human Movement (2) PEDU Philosophy and Principles of Physical Education (3) PEDU 300 First Aid and CPR (3) PEDU Motor Learning in Physical Education (3) PEDU Teaching Health Related Physical Fitness (3) PEDU Observational Analysis of Sports Techniques and Tactics (3) PEDU American Coaching Effectiveness Program (3) 3. Teacher Certification Courses (48 hours) of C or better required EDFN Schools In Communities (3) EDPY Learners and the Diversity of Learning (3) EXSC 303 or PEDU 570 (3) PEDU Physical Education for Primary s (3) PEDU Practicum in the Instructional Aspects of Physical Education (1) PEDU Practicum in Instruction of Young Learners in Movement Settings (1) PEDU Instructional Aspects of Physical Education (3) PEDU Instruction of Young Learners in Movement Settings (3) PEDU Practicum in Secondary School Physical Education (1) PEDU Physical Education Curriculum (3) PEDU Teaching Physical Education (3) PEDU Instruction in Secondary School Physical Education (3) PEDU Directed Teaching in Physical Education (12) PEDU Physical Education for Inclusion (3) PEDU Measurement and Evaluation in Physical Education (3) 8

9 4. Psychomotor Skills (10 hours) of C or better required PEDU 105 Weight Training (1) PEDU 173 Folk/Square Dance (1) PEDU 126 Badminton/Golf (1) PEDU 194 Educational Gymnastics (1) PEDU 131 Basketball/Soccer (1) PEDU 195 Educational Games (1) PEDU 138 Softball/Volleyball (1) PEDU 196 Educational Dance (1) PEDU 139 Tennis/Track (1) Motor Skills Elective (1) 9

10 Directed Teaching (Student Teaching) Spring 2016 or Fall 2016 Physical Education Fall Only Courses (typical year in parentheses) Spring Only Courses (typical year in parentheses) PEDU 232 (freshman) PEDU 190 (freshman) PEDU 515 (sophomore) PEDU 650 (sophomore) PEDU 520 (junior) PEDU 420 (sophomore) PEDU 570 (junior) PEDU 545 (junior) PEDU 451 (senior) PEDU 510 (senior) Other Degree Requirements CMW (ENGL 101) CMW (ENGL 102) ARP 1 (Analytical) ARP 2 (Analytical) SCI w/lab (BIOL 110 or 120/120L) SCI w/lab (CHEM/PHSICS from list) SCI (BIOL 243 & Lab or EXSC 223) SCI (BIOL 244 & Lab or EXSC 224) GHS (History) GSS (PSYC 101) GSS (SOCY 101) AIU (ENGL 283 or 285) AIU (Additional Aesthetics) CMS (SPCH 140 Req Stand Alone) HPEB 321 PEDU 300 EDFN 300 EDPY 401 Foreign Language Requirement: Skills Courses PEDU 105 (Wight Training) PEDU 126 (Badminton/Golf) PEDU 131 (Basketball/Soccer) PEDU 138 (Softball/Volleyball) PEDU 139 (Tennis/Track) PEDU 173 (Folk/Square Dance) PEDU 194 (Ed. Gymnastics) PEDU 195 (Educational Games ) PEDU 196 (Educational Dance) Motor Skills Elective Courses Below Must Be taken in Semester Listed (2.5 collegiate summary gpa required before beginning these courses) Fall 2014 Spring 2015 Fall 2015 Spring 2016 Fall 2016 PEDU 340 PEDU 360 PEDU 341* PEDU 361* PEDU 226* PEDU 440 PEDU 462 PEDU 479/Directed Teaching PEDU 446 PEDU 446 must be taken here even if student teaching the following fall semester. PEDU 479/Directed Teaching If student teaching in a Fall semester. Stand Alone or Overlay Section from Carolina Core, all 3 requirements must be met (One must be Stand Alone) CMS (Speech) (Stand Alone or Overlay) INF (Info Lit.) (Stand Alone or Overlay) VSR (Values/Ethics) (Stand Alone or Overlay) Assessments Date Passed *PRAXIS Core (reading, writing, math) (Praxis Core must be passed before starting PEDU 341/361/226 ) EEDA (EEDA must be passed before beginning PEDU 479)

11 Typical Program for Physical Education BSPE Degree For students who will be completing Directed Teaching (Student Teaching) in Spring or Fall of 2016 Freshman Fall (15 semester hours) CMW (ENGL 101) ARP (Analytical) SCI (BIOL 110 or 120/120L) PEDU 232* Skills Course 1 Skills Course 2 Sophomore Fall (17 semester hours) Freshman Spring (17 semester hours) CMW (ENGL 102) GSS (PSYC 101) ARP (Analytical) SCI (CHEM/PHYS w/lab from list) PEDU 190* Skills Course 3 Skills Course 4 Sophomore Spring (17 semester hours) SCI (BIOL 243 & Lab/EXSC 223) CMS (Stand Alone SPCH 140 AIU (ENGL 283/285) PEDU 515* EDFN 300 Skills Course 5 Junior Fall 2014 (15 semester hours) PEDU 340 & 360* PEDU 520* PEDU 570* EDPY 401 Skills Course 7 Skills Course 8 SCI (BIOL 244 & Lab/EXSC 224) GSS (SOCY 101) HPEB 321 PEDU 650* PEDU 420* Skills Course 6 Junior Spring 2015 (17 semester hours) PEDU 341 & 361* PEDU 226* PEDU 545* PEDU 300 GHS (Historical) Skills Course 9 Senior Fall 2015 (14 semester hours) PEDU 440 & 462* PEDU 451* PEDU 510* AIU (Additional Aesthetics) Skills Course 10 Senior Spring 2016 (15 semester hours) PEDU 479 PEDU 446* No additional course work this semester. Foreign Language Requirement met Stand Alone or Overlay Section from Carolina Core, All 3 Requirements Must be Met (One must be Stand Alone any additional Stand Alone Course(s) can meet elective requirement) CMS (Speech) INF (Info Lit.) VSR (Values/Ethics) Note: -Courses marked with asterisk * are typically offered only once a year in the fall or Spring semesters as listed. Other course offerings may vary by semester. -Courses in bold MUST be taken in the sequence listed. 11

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