1 Request fr Entitlement t Plan Degree: Bachelr f Science-Physical Educatin Majr: Physical Educatin Department f Kinesilgy, Schl f Educatin, University f Wiscnsin-Madisn Apprved by Kinesilgy Undergraduate Prgram Cmmittee: Apprved by Department f Kinesilgy: Intrductin The Department f Kinesilgy at the University f Wiscnsin-Madisn presents this Request fr Entitlement t Plan fr a Bachelr f Science-Physical Educatin degree prgram. Currently, UW-Madisn prepares physical educatrs fr Wiscnsin Department f Public Instructin certificatin thrugh a named sub-majr: Physical Educatin Teacher Educatin in the BS-Kinesilgy degree, Kinesilgy majr. This prpsal requests apprval t plan fr a stand-alne BS-Physical Educatin degree prgram (BS-PE). The prpsed BS-PE prgram will prepare graduates fr certificatin as Physical Educatin teachers in kindergarten thrugh twelfth grade schls in Wiscnsin and acrss the natin. Students will be prepared in accrdance with Wiscnsin Department f Public Instructin and University f Wiscnsin Schl f Educatin regulatins, State and campus teacher standards and prgram gals. The Physical Educatin prgram will be subject t regular Wiscnsin Department f Public Instructin reviews and ten-year Schl f Educatin external reviews. What is Physical Educatin? While physical educatin addresses the knwledge (cgnitive) and scial (affective) aspects f the child, its main fcus is n physical develpment and skills (psychmtr). The gal f physical educatin is t develp physically educated individuals wh have the knwledge, skills and cnfidence t enjy a lifetime f physical activity. In the United States, physical educatin is almst always mandatry fr students in elementary schls, and ften fr students in middle schls and high schls. Sme schls als require physical educatin as a way t prmte weight lss in students. 1
2 It is critical t have highly qualified physical educatin teachers delivering a standards-based curriculum that will assist children in adpting and maintaining healthy lifestyles. Highly qualified physical educatin teachers pssess the skills and knwledge t facilitate imprved teaching practices, strengthen the quality f physical educatin instructin, and empwer students t achieve and maintain healthy, active lifestyles. Physical educatin teachers are certified t teach by virtue f having cmpleted an accredited physical educatin teacher educatin prgram that includes an internship and passing natinal cntent exams. The physical educatin teacher educatin curriculum is based n an established bdy f knwledge grunded in anatmy, physilgy, bimechanics, mvement science and educatin curses. Physical Educatin at the University f Wiscnsin-Madisn UW-Madisn has been preparing physical educatin teachers since In fact, UW-Madisn was the first institutin in the Midwest t establish an undergraduate prfessinal prgram fr the training f physical educatrs. The prgram was established as a majr in the Cllege f Letters and Science t meet a strng demand fr physical educatrs and play leaders, evidenced by the new recgnitin f health prblems, f educatinal values f athletics, and f the relatinship f leisure time t citizenship, industrial efficiency and cmmunity life. The prfessinal prgram was granted the degree f Bachelr f Science in Physical Educatin in Physical Educatin was a degree in the Department f Physical Educatin and Dance until 1990 when the Department f Physical Educatin and Dance merged with the Department f Therapeutic Science. Dance became an independent department. The Department was renamed Kinesilgy and had three undergraduate majrs: Kinesilgy, Physical Therapy and Occupatinal Therapy. Physical Educatin became a sub-majr under the Kinesilgy majr with n change in the curriculum. Physical Therapy mved t the Schl f Medicine and Public Health and the Occupatinal Therapy undergraduate majr mved t an MS degree. Cnsequently, the Kinesilgy degree was left with ne majr, Kinesilgy, and three submajrs under Kinesilgy (Athletic Training, Physical Educatin, and Exercise and Mvement Science). Athletic Training and Physical Educatin are prfessinal prgrams and Exercise and Mvement Science is a pre-prfessinal prgram. Recently, the Athletic Training sub-majr was mved t degree status. The academic evlutin f physical educatin at UW-Madisn is utlined in Appendix A. Why Seek Degree Level Status fr Physical Educatin? The decisin t seek degree level status nw fr Physical Educatin is driven by several factrs. 2
3 The recent mve f Athletic Training t degree status that was mandated by its accreditatin bdy prvided an pprtunity fr the Department t evaluate the Undergraduate Prgram. While the three sub-majrs shared a cmmn curricular cre, the curses surrunding the cre differed dramatically. The Department felt the differences were enugh t warrant that these prgrams be represented at the degree level. Therefre, the department is prpsing t ffer three degrees: Athletic Training, Physical Educatin and Kinesilgy. The third sub-majr (Exercise and Mvement Science) wuld remain as the Kinesilgy Degree. This change wuld give each prgram a distinct identity and ultimately, serve students better. Graduates are cncerned that there is n ntatin related t their physical educatin preparatin n their diplma and nly mdest ntatins n their transcripts because the Physical Educatin Prgram is a sub-majr rather than a majr r degree. Althugh Physical Educatin is a "sub-majr" at the campus level, the Wiscnsin Department f Public Instructin (DPI) fficially indicates that UW-Madisn prvides Physical Educatin at the "majr" level fr teacher certificatin. (Fr DPI purpses, teacher preparatin prgrams are designated at either the "majr" r minr" level.) Prgram visibility is lw because Physical Educatin is nt listed as a campus majr. Cnsequently, many high schl students are nt aware f the physical educatin prgram at UW-Madisn. Many f the students n this campus wh chse Physical Educatin d nt discver the prgram until their sphmre r junir years. As a result, their graduatin is delayed r they chse t pursue a different majr. Mving Physical Educatin t degree status will enable students t discver ur prgram earlier and t cmplete the prgram n time by starting as freshmen. We have tried ther ptins t increase the visibility f the prgram, but have cncluded that the best way t have nging visibility is t mve the prgram t degree status. In additin, the greater visibility f the prgram will allw us t recruit a mre diverse pl f students. Ultimately, mving the Physical Educatin prgram t degree status will help us serve students better. Expedited Review We are requesting an expedited review based n the fllwing criteria: Physical Educatin has been a sub-majr since 1992, thus exceeding the criteria f six years fr expedited review. 3
4 The prgram has sustained student interest. In spite f lw visibility, the Physical Educatin prgram has sustained interest as demnstrated by enrllment in Kinesilgy 121 Fundatins f Physical Educatin. This curse is ne f the first curses taken by students interested in applying t the prgram. Enrllment each year is students. Mving this prgram t a degree will require n new resurces. The curses required in the new prgram are available in the current prgram. The new degree will nt duplicate ther prgrams in the Department f Kinesilgy r UW-Madisn. The Physical Educatin sub-majr will be discntinued after the new degree is in place. Need fr a Physical Educatin Degree at UW Madisn Student Demand: Demand fr physical educatin teachers is cnsistent. Admissin t the Physical Educatin prgram is limited t new students per year. Currently, all graduates f the UW-Madisn Physical Educatin prgram receive ffers t teach. The prgram des nt anticipate increasing student enrllment in the near future, and any enrllment increases wuld be cntingent n increased resurces and teacher demand. N new resurces are requested fr this prpsal. Natinal Labr Trends / Emplyment Outlk: U.S. Bureau f Labr Statistics (BLS) prjected emplyment grwth fr teachers f kindergarten thrugh secndary schl t be abut as fast as average, with a ptential grwth f 17% frm 2010 t 2020 (www.bls.gv). Cmpensatin fr physical educatin teachers vary by city and schl district, but the median 2011 reprts n PayScale.cm shw the middle half f physical educatin teachers earned $31,894-$49,754. Fitness and recreatin sprts centers als hire physical educatrs t wrk with children s prgrams. Emplyment in these areas is expected t grw by 24% frm 2010 t Childhd besity has reached epidemic prprtins. A 2005 Gvernment Accuntability Office reprt identified increasing physical activity as the mst imprtant cmpnent in preventing besity. Physical educatrs play a critical rle in preventing childhd besity and assciated chrnic diseases by inspiring students t be physically active. Learning Outcmes: The Physical Educatin Prgram at UW-Madisn seeks t be a leader in physical educatin teacher training by ffering a prgram that prvides a strng basic science fundatin cupled with extensive didactic, labratry, and field experiences. The prgram uses 4
5 a variety f student-centered learning pprtunities t develp critical thinking, prblem slving, and decisin-making skills required t teach effectively. The prgram prepares students fr graduate study in educatin, physical educatin, and Kinesilgy. Student learning utcmes are aligned with the framewrk f the Natinal Assciatin fr Sprt and Physical Educatin and the University f Wiscnsin Teacher Educatin Standards. Graduates f UW-Madisn BS- Physical Educatin Teacher Educatin Prgram will meet the University f Wiscnsin Teacher Educatin Standards (See Appendix B). Curriculum Overview The prpsed 4 year 120-credit prgram prvides rigrus preparatin fr physical educatin teacher candidates in the basic sciences, Kinesilgy cursewrk, and curriculum and pedaggy. Students participate in substantial field wrk during the prfessinal sequence. They are trained t wrk with a brad range f students with different learning needs and abilities, and wh cme frm varied cultural and sci-ecnmic backgrunds. All curses listed belw are currently ffered. The five prgram cmpnents are: 1. Liberal Studies. These curses expse students t a brad range f academic disciplines. Students must cmplete at least 40 credits, including the campus General Educatin requirements and specific curse wrk in the Humanities, Scial Studies, and Sciences. 2. Science and Kinesilgy Cre. Physical Educatin students cmplete a rigrus science preparatin and Kinesilgy cursewrk. The Kinesilgy curses explre hw the bdy respnds and adapts t exercise, the rle f psychlgical factrs in sprts and exercise, mechanics applied t bilgical systems, and hw mvement is cntrlled, learned, and develped ver the life span. Chemistry 108 General Chemistry (5) Math 112 Algebra (3) Physilgy 335 Human Physilgy (5) Anatmy 328 Human Anatmy Lecture (3) Anatmy 329 Human Anatmy Lab (2) Kines 116 First Aid/CPR r certificatin (0-2) Kines 119 Intrductin t Kinesilgy (2) Kines 314 Physilgy f Exercise (4) Kines 318 Bimechanics f Human Mvement (3) Kines 350 Exercise Psychlgy (3) Kines 360 Mtr Develpment acrss the Lifespan (3) Kines 361 Mtr Learning and Perfrmance (3) 5
6 3. Prfessinal Educatin. These curses include an examinatin f the schls relatinship t ur sciety, the prcesses by which students grw and learn, and what cnstitutes effective wrk with students wh have special learning needs. Learning Requirement: Ed Psych 301 Human Abilities and Learning (3) Fundatins f the Prfessin Requirement (3) Select ne f the fllwing: Ed Pl 300 Schl and Sciety Ed Pl 412 Histry f American Educatin Ed Pl 500 Scial Issues in Educatin Literacy: Curric 305 Integrating the Teaching f Reading with Other Language Arts 4. Physical Educatin cursewrk. These curses ffer advanced study in the thery and clinical practice f Physical Educatin including teaching methds curse wrk and experiences in the schls thrugh practicum and student teaching. Dance 205 Dance (1) PE Activity 310 Water Safety Instructr r Certificatin (0-2) Kines 121 Fundatins f Physical Educatin (3) Kines 126 Gymnastics fr Teaching (2) Kines 300 Practicum in Kinesilgy (3) includes placements in elementary and secndary PE Kines 315 Assessment and Research in Physical Activity Pedaggy (3) Kines 316 Adapted Physical Activity (3) Kines 327 Outdr Pursuits (2) Kines 335 Methds f Teaching Elementary PE (3) Kines 378 Teaching f Physical Educatin (3) Kines 355 Sci-Cultural Aspects f Physical Activity (3) Kines 462 Methds f Teaching Secndary PE (3) Kines 478 Elementary Schl PE Student Teaching (6) Kines 479 Middle r High Schl PE Student Teaching (6) 5. Elective classes. Students are encuraged t cmplete the Adapted Physical Educatin Area f Cncentratin and/r the Health Educatin Minr fr additinal teaching certificates. Relatin t Institutinal Missin The UW-Madisn ffers an array f high quality teacher educatin prgrams in line with its cmmitment t discver, examine, preserve, and transmit knwledge. The Schl f Educatin is ranked amng natinal leaders in the quality f its academic prgrams and prminence f its 6
7 educatinal research. The Department f Kinesilgy and the Physical Educatin prgram in particular have been natinal pineers in research n human mvement, mtr develpment and learning and exercise physilgy, as well as in their preparatin f physical educatin teachers. The BS in Physical Educatin will allw students t learn frm faculty with active research prgrams cmmitted t the creatin f new knwledge in the field f educatin and kinesilgy. Thus, this prgram is entirely aligned with the research, teaching and utreach missins f the campus. Relatin t Other UW-System Academic Prgrams Eight ther UW-System institutins currently ffer Physical Educatin teacher preparatin prgrams. The prgram at UW-Madisn has been unique in its lng histry, rigrus science preparatin fr students, and link t riginal research in human mvement and exercise. Apprval f the prpsed change has n impact n the number r cnfiguratin f State teacher educatin prgrams in Physical Educatin. The presence f this prgram at a majr research university like UW-Madisn places it in a strng psitin t maximize available resurces in the educatin cmmunity t create vibrant experiences fr students. Lcal schls prvide a full range f educatin pprtunities t best prepare future teachers. Lastly, the ability t expse students t cutting edge educatin research has a psitive impact teacher preparatin and interest in graduate study. Faculty and Resurces The Physical Educatin Teacher Educatin prgram has prepared physical educatrs since Initially a B.S. degree in Physical Educatin, it became an Optin: Physical Educatin in 1990 when the Physical Educatin and Dance Department was renamed the Department f Kinesilgy. Cnsequently, the curses and resurces t deliver the new prgram are already in place. N new resurces are requested fr the develpment f the BS- Physical Educatin. The prgram is supprted by existing tenured and tenure-track faculty and academic staff in the Department f Kinesilgy. The Physical Educatin Teacher Educatin sub-majr will be discntinued when the new prgram is apprved and all resurces will be reallcated t the BS- Physical Educatin. Faculty and Academic Staff in the Physical Educatin prgram invlved in prgram planning and wh prvide instructin fr all physical educatin teaching methds curses: Tim Gattenby, M.S.-Faculty Assciate Nancy Krattiger-Ziltener, M.S. -Assciate Faculty Assciate 7
8 Cindy Kuhrasch, M.S.-Faculty Assciate; Physical Educatin Prgram Crdinatr Jnanne Haynes Mangue, M.S.-Lecturer (50% FTE) Dan Timm, Ed.D.-Faculty Assciate Ann Ward, Ph.D. - Faculty Assciate; Kinesilgy Undergraduate Prgram Crdinatr Faculty and Academic Staff in the Department f Kinesilgy teaching curses that supprt this prgram include: Gary Diffee, PhD Prfessr (Kines 314) Kreg Gruben, PhD Assciate Prfessr (Kines 318) Jnanne Haynes Mangue, M.S.-Lecturer (Kines 360) Cindy Kuhrasch MS Faculty Assciate (Kines 119) Andrea Masn, PhD Assciate Prfessr (Kines 361) William Schrage, PhD Assciate Prfessr (Kines 314) Dan Timm, Ed.D. Faculty Assciate (Kines 116) The prgram is currently served by existing classified and academic staff in the Department f Kinesilgy wh prvides prgram assistance and business ffice supprt. N additinal classified persnnel will be requested t implement this prgram. 8
9 Appendix A Academic Evlutin f Physical Educatin at UW-Madisn The academic evlutin f physical educatin at UW-Madisn is utlined in the timeline belw: 1911 Physical Educatin established as a majr in the Cllege f Letters and Science fr the training f physical educatrs, and directrs f play, recreatin and athletics; Separate and distinct prgrams established fr men and wmen 1919 Degree f Bachelr f Science in Physical Educatin was granted 1926 Dance majr initiated 1930 Men and Wmen's physical educatin prgrams became part f the Schl f Educatin Separate departments f physical educatin established fr wmen and men Merger f departments f physical educatin fr men and wmen Name changed t Department f Physical Educatin and Dance 1990 s Merger f Department f Physical Educatin and Dance with Department f Therapeutic Science (Physical Therapy and Occupatinal Therapy) Department f Physical Educatin and Dance was renamed the Department f Kinesilgy (Dance became an independent department.) The new Department f Kinesilgy ffered a B.S. in Kinesilgy with three majrs: Kinesilgy, Physical Therapy and Occupatinal Therapy Physical Educatin became a sub-majr under the Kinesilgy majr. Other sub-majrs develped under the Kinesilgy majr: Athletic Training and Exercise and Mvement Science Physical Therapy mved t the Schl f Medicine and Public Health The Occupatinal Therapy B.S. degree was mved t an M.S. degree. The Department f Kinesilgy was left with a degree in Kinesilgy with ne majr, Kinesilgy, and three sub-majrs under Kinesilgy: Athletic Training, Exercise and Mvement Science, and Physical Educatin Kinesilgy Undergraduate Prgram Curriculum Cmmittee perfrmed an extensive review f the Undergraduate Prgram and recmmended mving the sub-majrs t degrees t recgnize the distinct differences in prgram requirements The Athletic Training sub-majr was cnverted t a B.S. Degree in Athletic Training 9
10 Appendix B University f Wiscnsin Teacher Educatin Standards Standard 1: Incrprates Understanding f Human Learning and Develpment. Teachers design learning envirnments and pedaggical practices fr students that are grunded in cncepts and interpretive framewrks prvided by disciplines that study human develpment and learning. Standard 2: Understands Scial Cntext f Schling. Teachers understand hw lcal, state, natinal, and glbal scial and plitical cntexts differentially affect schling and its utcmes fr students. Standard 3: Demnstrates Sphisticated Curricular Knwledge. Teachers understand the central cncepts, assumptins, tls f inquiry, ways f reasning, uncertainties, and cntrversies f the disciplines that they teach t students. Standard 4: Demnstrates Pedaggical Knwledge in Specific Dmains. Teachers are knwledgeable abut the prblems, challenges, and pprtunities that cmmnly arise as students develp understanding r cmpetence in particular dmains. Standard 5: Explains and Justifies Educatinal Chices. Teachers can articulate and defend their curricular and instructinal chices with sund ethical and pedaggical justificatins. Standard 6: Cnnects Schl and Cmmunity. Teachers use the knwledge and abilities necessary fr cllabratin with individuals, grups and agencies within the schl and cmmunity. They base instructin f students n an understanding f curricular gals, subject matter and the cmmunity, and help the students make cnnectins between cmmunity-based knwledge and schl knwledge. Standard 7: Understands and Adapts t Multiple Frms f Cmmunicatin. Teachers understand and adapt t students multiple frms f expressing and receiving experiences, ideas and feelings. Standard 8: Emplys Varied Assessment Prcesses. Teachers understand and thughtfully use frmal and infrmal evaluatin strategies t assess students achievements, strengths, challenges and learning styles fr cntinuus develpment. Standard 9: Manages Learning Envirnment. Teachers establish and maintain an envirnment that engages students in learning while prviding fr their physical and sci-emtinal wellbeing. Standard 10: Emplys Varied Instructinal Strategies. Teachers understand and use a variety f instructinal strategies t enhance students learning. Standard 11: Uses Technlgies. Teachers apprpriately incrprate new and prven technlgies int instructinal practice. They understand the majr scial, cultural, and ecnmic issues surrunding their implementatin. Standard 12: Accmmdates fr All Students. Teachers design educatinal envirnments and use instructinal practices that accmmdate students achievements, strengths, challenges, interests and learning styles. Standard 13: Is a Reflective Practitiner. Teachers are reflective practitiners wh evaluate the effects f their assumptins, chices and actins n thers (students, parents, and ther prfessinals in the learning cmmunity) and wh actively seek ut pprtunities t grw prfessinally. They examine assumptins enmeshed in ways f thinking and in familial, institutinal, and cultural lre and practices. 10
11 Standard 14: Relates Well with Students, Families, and Cmmunities. Teachers relate t students, families, and cmmunity members in a fair, respectful and sensitive manner. They shw an appreciatin fr the cultural2 diversity f ur sciety. Standard 15: Understands Legal Rights and Respnsibilities. Teachers understand the legal rights and respnsibilities f prfessinal educatrs and the law as it applies t their specific dmains f teaching. 11
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