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Program Description

Source: https://ched.gov.ph/cmo-80-s-2017/ 

Degree Name

The program shall be called Bachelor of Physical Education (BPEd).

 

Nature of the Field of Study

As a teaching profession, PE is a seamless activity of designing and delivering learning activities, providing quality instruction, managing the classroom and assessing student learning, modeling as well as mentoring. This requires a deep, broad and integrated knowledge of the subject matter and its learners which in turn informs the PE teacher’s choices in terms of meaningful curricular content, the creation of inclusive learning environment and the employment of effective learning strategies.

 As a curricular subject, PE is aimed at physical literacy, which serves as the foundation of confident, enjoyable and sustained participation in a wide range of physical activities. Thus, it consist of developmentally appropriate activities. PE also aims to optimize health through learning experiences aimed at the formation of physical activity and healthy eating habits, as well as dispositions. These learning experiences likewise extend beyond the classroom; hence, student learning must be reinforced through programs on school and community recreation, as well as organized, competitive sports. Moreover, the PE teacher must communicate enthusiasm for their subject matter in a positive, caring manner. Finally, PE draws from the knowledge base of the allied fields: exercise and sports sciences, life sciences, social and behavioral sciences: and employs interdisciplinary instruction as a means to permeate all aspects of the learners’ lives and develop them integrally.

 

Program Goals

The BPEd is a four-year program aimed at equipping graduates with the competencies to meet the psychomotor, cognitive and affective needs of learners. These consist of : 1) a strong and substantial foundation of the subject matter (disciplinary knowledge) that informs their curricular choices when planning, designing, implementing and assessing learning activities (curriculum and program planning, implementation, monitoring and evaluation); 2) an understanding of the scope and sequence of various movement forms; as well as elements, strategies and tactics of these various movements in a multitude of settings (movement competency and proficiency) that enables them to meet the needs of learners to know how, be able to do and how to learn; 3) expert knowledge of pedagogy for maximizing student engagement, mentoring students and modeling respect for differences in gender, ability and culture; 4) reflective practice that (a) propels them to set high standards for and hold themselves accountable to the professional standards (professional accountability and responsibility); (b) enables them to identify gaps in their current competencies and pursue professional development opportunities; and (c) assists them in studying the impact of their teaching on student learning; and 5) building and cultivating relationships with colleagues, stakeholders, other professionals and learning communities; advocating for PE, being role models of integrity and professional excellence, as well as leaders in the service of education.

Curriculum

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Program Learning Outcomes

Source : https://ched.gov.ph/cmo-80-s-2017/

After finishing the program, the students will be able to:

  1. Disciplinal Knowledge: Apply scientific and evidence-based practices critical to the educational and learning processes.
  2. Movement and Competency and Proficiency:
    1. Demonstrate skillful performance in a variety of physical activities.
    2. Adapt performance to variety of physical activity settings.
  3. Curriculum and Program Planning, Implementation, monitoring and Evaluation:
    1. Critically examine the curriculum (e.g. content, pedagogy and assessments) and program, and enhance/innovate them necessarily.
    2. Plan and implement safe and effective physical activity programs to address the needs of individual and groups in school or non-school settings.
    3. Monitor and evaluate physical activity programs in school and /or non-school settings.
    4. Use appropriate assessments, in, as and for students or client learning.
    5. Use information, media and technology in pedagogy and for lifelong learning.
  4. Professional Accountability and Responsibility:
    1. Demonstrate firm work/professional ethics.
    2. Cultivate solidarity by working and dealing with /relating to others harmoniously.
    3. Promote the advancement of the profession by making sense of and getting involved in current discourse that impact on the profession.
    4. Pursue lifelong learning for personal and professional development.
  5. Communication:
    1. Communicate effectively with PE practitioners, other professionals and stakeholders.
    2. Use oral, written and technology formats deftly.

Course Outline

PAMOTORCONLAPPLIED MOTOR CONTROL AND LEARNING OF EXERCISE, SPORTS AND DANCE
PANAPHYMOVEANATOMY AND PHYSIOLOGY OF HUMAN MOVEMENT
PCEHEALTHPERSONAL, COMMUNITY AND ENVIRONMENTAL HEALTH
PCURASMTPHECURRICULUM AND ASSESSMENT IN PHYSICAL EDUCATION AND HEALTH EDUCATION
PDRUGEDUCDRUG EDUCATION, CONSUMER HEALTH, AND HEALTHY EATING
PEMERGENCYEMERGENCY PREPAREDNESS AND SAFETY MANAGEMENT
PHILDANCESPHILIPPINE TRADITIONAL DANCES
PHILGAMESPHILIPPINE TRADITIONAL GAMES AND SPORTS
PHYSIOEXPHYPHYSIOLOGY OF EXERCISE AND PHYSICAL ACTIVITY
PINDUALSPORTSINDIVIDUAL AND DUAL SPORTS
PINTDANCESINTERNATIONAL DANCE AND OTHER FORMS
PMOTORCONLPRINCIPLE OF MOTOR CONTROL AND LEARNING OF EXERCISE, SPORTS AND DANCE
PMOVMTEDUCMOVEMENT EDUCATION
PRESEARCH1RESEARCH 1
PRESEARCH2RESEARCH 2
PSAFPESPHILOSOPHICAL AND SOCIO-ANTHROPOLOGICAL FOUNDATIONS OF PHYSICAL EDUCATION AND SPORTS
PSCHEALPROGCOORDINATED SCHOOL HEALTH EDUCATION PROGRAM
PSPORTSPSYCSPORTS PSYCHOLOGY
PSWIMMINGSWIMMING AND AQUATICS
PTEACHPEHEPROCESS OF TEACHING PHYSICAL EDUCATION AND HEALTH EDUCATION
PTEAMSPORTSTEAM SPORTS
PTTL2PEHETECHNOLOGY APPLICATION 2 (TEACHING PHYSICAL EDUCATION AND HEALTH EDUCATION INCLUDING INSTRUCTIONAL MATERIALS DEVELOPMENT)

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Career Opportunities

  • Physical Education Teacher
  • Dance and Sports Club Moderator
  • School-based Sports Program and Event Moderator/Coordinator
  • Personal Trainer
  • Coach / Sports Trainer
  • Athletic Administrator
  • Sports Officials
  • Physical Education Curriculum Developer
  • Fitness / Wellness Trainer
  • Sports & Recreation Management Officers / Tournament Manager

Linkages/Partners

  • Francisco G. Nepomuceno High School
  • Chevalier School
  • Rafael L. Lazatin Memorial High School Main/ Extension
  • Rafael L. Lazatin Memorial High School - Annex
  • Claro M. Recto-Information and Communication High School
  • Sto. Domingo Integrated School
  • Telabastagan Integrated School
  • Sindalan Elementary School
  • Sindalan High School
  • ICT-Sindalan
  • Holy Angel University Basic Education Dept.
  • Westfields International School