Department of Physical Education

Department of Physical Education

BACHELOR (LICENSE) TEACHING OF PHYSICAL EDUCATION AND HEALTH (ENS B..)





Goal

This program focuses on experiential learning, a model that promotes the acquisition of skills required to assume all functions related to the teaching of physical education and health. The training is composed of a multitude of concrete practical experiences that will make you know the reality of professional practice. Courses focus on the biological sciences (anatomy, physiology, psychomotor, etc.) and the sciences of education (personal development, psychology, teaching, evaluation, etc.). Many of these courses provide skills development through practical teaching experiences with groups of children.

This program provides students with the principles and teaching methods related to the development of the person on the physical, moral, cognitive, emotional and social. Summary of activities at the end of the program are used to assess your skills and prepare for your professional integration in schools.

Fitness

Valuing the multidimensional development of children and adolescents. Have a dynamic personality, communicative and volunteer, gifted psychology and leadership. Be energetic and have good physical strength and talent for sports.

Opportunity

Job prospects vary from one region to another depending on the number of teachers retiring and depending on the demographic factors. Mobility is therefore a plus.

This degree and a favorable recommendation from the competent authorities allow you to obtain a teaching certificate from the Ministry of National Education, Professional Training.

Professions

Educational consultant

Vice-Principal

School director

Director of a school board

Teacher of physical education at the college

Teacher of physical education at primary

Teacher of the secondary school physical education

Coach

Employers

Sports clubs

Colleges

Private schools in Haiti and other provinces

OPEN TO SENIOR PROGRAMS

This leads to bachelor graduate studies, particularly in the following fields of study: Special Education, teaching, administration and evaluation in education, school management, educational psychology and educational technology.

CONDITIONS OF ADMISSION

All requirements must be met when undertaking the program.

The applicant must meet the following requirements: Be 18 years or older. Hold a high school diploma (Bac II) or its equivalent. Having left school early.

Applicants presenting a combination of education and relevant experience deemed equivalent to that required of the holder applicant may be eligible as a result of the analysis of the file.

The program is limited enrollment, the number of places is very limited.

Selection criteria

The application is analyzed on the basis of the quality of academic record.

Laptop

In undertaking its program, the student must acquire, from the first session, a portable computer equipped with a number of software, allowing the applicant to undertake the course of his research. Proficiency in basic computer functions and common software is essential. Introductory courses to specialized software are offered outside the program.

Knowledge of French

The student admitted to the EA must comply with the provisions relating to the application of the Policy on the use of French at the University GOC

Non-francophone candidate

The candidate whose language of instruction in primary and secondary education is not the French must demonstrate a minimum level of knowledge of the French language. To this end, it must pass the International French Test (TFI) to an institution of the Educational Testing Service Network (ETS) at the time of filing the application and obtain a minimum result of 860/990. His skills in written French will be assessed on arrival and, where applicable, a patch French courses could be added to its journey.

 

PROGRAM STRUCTURE

GRADE

Bachelor (Licence) in Physical Education (B. Sc. Arch.)

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EPS – Physical Education

EPS1303 human development in physical education and sports

EPS1306 educational intervention in physical education and sports

EPS1500 teaching internship in physical education and health at the Preschool and Elementary I

EPS1510 teaching internship in physical education and health in high school I

EPS2301 Affectivity and relational skills in physical education and sports

EPS2303 moral development in physical education and sports

EPS2500 teaching internship in physical education and health at the Preschool and Elementary II

EPS2501 teaching internship in physical education and health at the preschool and elementary III

EPS2510 teaching internship in physical education and health at the secondary II

EPS2511 teaching internship in physical education and health at the secondary III

EPS3105 Synthesis graduation in Physical Education

EPS3500 teaching internship in physical education and health at the preschool and primary IV

EPS3510 teaching internship in physical education and health at the secondary IV

Search EPS7000 intervention in physical and sports education

EPS7001 Supervision in physical education and sports

EPS7002 planning and evaluation in physical education and sports

EPS7003 Dissemination of research in physical education and sports

EPS7004 Practicum in Physical Education and Sports

EPS7008 Special Topics (physical education)

EPS7009 Special Topics (physical education)

EPS7010 Special Topics (physical education)

EPS7011 Special Topics (physical education)

TRACKING PROGRAM

(120 credits)

TEACHING OF PHYSICAL EDUCATION AND HEALTH (120 CREDITS)

EDC-4000: Successfully complete his university studies in the digital era: search and present information (3 credits)

Description

This course aims to train the student to the information search process to quickly find relevant information in libraries and on the Web, evaluate and properly cite the source. It also aims to bring the student out using the results of this research effectively presenting them with a word processor, spreadsheet, and a creation software digital slide while respecting the generally recognized rules of disclosure and written on the screen. After the partnership between the University of Bordeaux and Laval University, this training is based on the areas of competence of the French national repository of IT and Internet Certificate (C2i).

EPS-1121: Movement Vocabulary (3 credits)

Description

Mastering a conceptual standpoint and engine of a wide variety of motor activities of coordination and proprioception commonly practiced in physical education from the various clienteles school and community environments; free hand exercises, alone, in pairs; exercises with small appliances; pace. Producing a repertoire of movements, hands-on labs.

EPS-1303: Human Development in Physical Education and Sports (3 credits)

Description

Familiarization with the problems and dynamics of integral development of the person in connection with vocational training in physical education and sports. Awareness of the complexity of interrelationships and interdependencies between multiple dimensions of the human being as well as their links with the educational intervention. Implementation of change strategies in a process of autohumanisation.

EPS-1306: Educational Intervention in physical education (6 credits)

Description

This course placing on the model of experiential learning to support the development of didactic-pedagogic skills useful for the teaching of physical education and sports for various clienteles (children, adolescents, struggling students, athletes). It allows students to identify their preconceptions regarding the teaching of physical education and sports and to assess the compatibility of their behavior and attitudes to learning with the demands of a profession in education. It also seeks to empower them to plan and use teaching strategies that foster an educational discipline management, establishing meaningful relationships with learners and the establishment of an effective organizational system. Students are also introduced to the planning, teaching and analysis of meaningful learning activities. Finally, they can acquire and develop motor skills with a view to intervention with various clienteles.

EPS-1304: motor learning (3 credits)

Description

Students will be able to understand the principles of organization of the nervous system for the production and control of the movement in physical education and sports. Students will practice the principles by analyzing various engines gestures and proposing a pedagogical progression to develop. They will be able to understand the role of feedback in control and learning of motor actions.

EPS-1305: Teaching psychomotor skills (6 credits)

Description

This course placing on the model of experiential learning to support the development of didactic-pedagogic skills useful for teaching psychomotor skills to various clienteles (children, adolescents, struggling students, athletes). It aims to empower students: to plan and steer teaching progressions and psychomotor skills teaching sessions that emphasize individualized instruction, peer evaluation and cooperative learning; to do self-analysis of their teaching performance and make the necessary corrections based on the deficiencies observed and theoretical light associated with these deficiencies. The course also enables students to acquire the skills necessary to develop and use appropriate measuring instruments to evaluate the level of mastery of psychomotor skills performed in vitro conditions. Finally, they can acquire and improve psychomotor skills with a view to intervention with various clienteles.

EPS-1301: biomechanics and anatomical components (3 credits)

Description

Structure anatomical components related to human movement. Definition of the main concepts of kinematics and linear and angular kinetics. Case studies utilizing concepts and notions of biomechanics for understanding locomotion as well as the projection of the body and objects.

EPS-1302: Physiology of the effort (3 credits)

Description

Basics of human physiology. Description of accountable systems of physiological functions related to physical effort. Main effects of physical exertion on recent changes and through training.

EPS-2103: Integration of learning and regulatory powers (1 credit)

Description

This course allows the student to integrate the resources (knowledge, skills, attitudes, etc.) developed during the first three sessions of its program to perform certain professional skills. It is also a milestone in the program, which fosters student: raising awareness of the professional level of development; structuring arrangements, if any, to fill the gaps; regulating its skills to meet the mid-program requirements.

EPS-2304: Teaching sociomotrices skills (6 credits)

Description

This course placing on the model of experiential learning to support the development of didactic-pedagogic skills useful for teaching skills sociomotrices to various clienteles (children, adolescents, struggling students, athletes). It allows students to become familiar with the approach “Sport Education” as a teaching system sociomotrices skills. They are therefore called upon, first, to plan and steer teaching progressions and teaching sessions sociomotrices skills that are part of this approach, on the other, to do self-analysis of their performance of education and make the necessary corrections based on the deficiencies observed and theoretical light associated with these deficiencies. The course also enables students to acquire skills to: making formative assessment; develop and use appropriate measuring instruments to evaluate the level of mastery of psychomotor skills and sociomotrices situation in vivo; use appropriately the learners’ attitudes assessment strategies. Finally, students will acquire and refine skills sociomotrices in a perspective of intervention with various clienteles.

EPS-2100: Outdoors and Environment (3 credits)

Description

Awareness outdoors in the perspective of an integrated vocational training. Concepts and integration of basic theoretical concepts and a natural based intervention model (MIMN) by two progressive phases of awareness with the contact-nature activity of awakening, discovery and exploration of the natural environment; experimenting with a “democratic” approach in small groups pleinairiste context.

EPS-2206: Teaching gymnastic skills (3 credits)

Description

This course primarily aims to encourage the development of didactic-pedagogic skills considered essential for the teaching of basic gymnastic skills to children and adolescents. Students develop gymnastic skills with a view to intervention for primary and secondary students. They acquire operational knowledge of the world of basic gymnastic skills as well as the organizational arrangements and teaching strategies preferred to effectively teach this discipline. They plan progressions exercises and learning sequences that meet the educational models proposed in the course. Finally, they are experimenting with adequate evaluation methods to judge the level of mastery of gymnastic skills.

EPS-2300: Physical Development and Health (3 credits)

Description

With the various clienteles of schools and communities, teaching and development of muscular, organic and morphological qualities from the perspective of health or performance. Planning, experimentation and evaluation of learning situations and courses. Complete stages of planning.

EPS-2303: moral development in physical education (3 credits)

Description

This course aims to demonstrate how a humanistic morality is a personal, social and economic solution more cost-effective confront the many moral contemporary problems such as violence, cheating, pollution, drugs, physical abuse, psychological and sexual, bullying, intolerance, individualism, irresponsibility, power games and bad habits. Exploration of different strategies to humanize these behaviors.

EPS-3301: Nutrition and Health Education (3 credits)

Description

In this course, students will be able to understand the nutritional needs of humans and their adaptations to the practice of physical activity. They will experience a process of analysis and changes in eating habits using a diary and they will critically reflect on this process from the perspective of intervention.

EPS-2101: Health Education I (3 credits)

Description

This course placing on the model of experiential learning to support the development of didactic-pedagogic skills useful for making health education with the various clienteles of school. It aims to empower students: to plan and present significant and motivating content to allow children and teenagers to acquire health-related knowledge. It also seeks to empower them to develop, use and evaluate strategies for awareness and put into action, which aim to bring children and adolescents to adopt a healthy, active lifestyle. Students must also develop the skills to use, appropriately, various tests to measure fitness and body composition. Finally, they are called to take over the management of their health through self-analysis activities of their lifestyle and the development, implementation and evaluation of personalized action plans.

EPS-2104: Educational Integration for teaching sociomotrices activities (1 credit)

Description

This course allows the student to integrate the resources (knowledge, skills, attitudes, etc.) developed in the first five sessions of the program and which prove essential to effectively teach collaborative physical activities as well as games and sports ‘team. It also fosters student awareness of the degree of professional development and structuring arrangements, if any, to address its shortcomings.

EPS-2301: Affectivity and relational skills in physical education (3 credits)

Description

This course is an introduction to using relationship of school and community physical education contexts. The student will be introduced to the basic theoretical knowledge in helping relationships (attitudes, communication skills verbal and nonverbal, etc.) and will have the opportunity to develop both know-how and expertise be easier. It will also be encouraged to become aware of himself as a caregiver potential, the role, scope and limits the type of procedure he will have to perform in the workplace.

PPG-1907: difficulty Students in primary and secondary (3 credits)

Description

Types of pupils, their characteristics and pedagogical implications, organization of services and intervention plan. Collaboration between stakeholders and with parents. Differentiation of teaching. Classroom management. Behavioral disorders, major events in the classroom. Behavior modification. Conflict management.

EPS-1307: History of the Olympic Winter Games (3 credits)

Description

This course covers the history of the Olympic Winter Games. At the end of the course, students will be able to: trace the history of the Olympic Winter Games, birth (1924) to the present day; to recognize the interrelationship between history and philosophy in connection with the Winter Olympics; to list the contributions of athletes, administrators and other leaders in the world of sport; to develop their own philosophy regarding the role of sport in relation to the Olympic Winter Games.

EPS-3101: Health Education II (3 credits)

Description

This course placing on the model of experiential learning to support the development of didactic-pedagogic skills useful for making health education with the various clienteles of school. It aims to empower students: to plan and present significant and motivating content to allow children and teenagers to acquire health-related knowledge. It also seeks to empower students to develop, use and evaluate the strategies put into action and the development of autonomy, which aim to bring children and adolescents to adopt a healthy, active lifestyle. The course also allows the acquisition of skills necessary for the assessment of cognitive learning in health education. Finally, students must implement customized strategies to regularize their physical activity.

PPG-1902: Learning and Cognition (3 credits)

Description

In view of the pedagogical intervention and under theories of cognition, the study of basic concepts and principles of learning. Knowledge categories, learning conditions and cognitive strategies. Memory and knowledge representation. Problem solving and transfer of learning. Components of metacognition and academic motivation. Learning and cognitive science.

ADS-1903: School Organisation and Teaching Profession (2 credits)

Description

Dynamic functioning of schools of Quebec: policies, structures, rules, educational reforms, programs etc. Dynamics of labor relations and teacher unionism. Evolution of the teaching profession in Quebec. Values, norms and professional identity. Issues of professionalisation of teaching.

EPS-3102: First Aid for physical activity (2 credits)

Description

The course essentially practical aims to demonstrate a number of techniques or approaches to basic first aid applicable in situations of injury or current medical conditions to sport. The student will eventually learning under supervision.

EPS-3105: End Summary physical education studies (4 credits)

Description

This course allows the student to demonstrate various skills developed during their program of study, marked by the success of a variety of integration tests. It also aims to bring the student to mobilize its resources (knowledge, skills, attitudes, etc.) to perform each step of a formal process of regulation of education. Specifically, students are required to analyze and formulate problems specific to professional practice; to propose strategies to solve these problems; to anticipate the effects and assess the adequacy of the strategies proposed by pressing his argument on proven knowledge.

RULE 1-3 LANGUAGE CREDITS

RULE 2 – THE SUCCESS OR WITH TOEIC 675

RULE 3 – 0 At 3 LANGUAGE AND CREDITS

The student who demonstrates that he has acquired the intermediate level II (TOEIC: 675) during the test administered by the School of Languages can choose an English graduate courses, a course in another language or be exempted from the obligation to follow a language course.

RULE 4 – PASS THE REQUIREMENT OF FRENCH

ENG-1903 or ENG-1904

The ENG-1903 course is for the student with a score below 60% TFLM.

The ENG-1904 course is for the student with a score between 60% and 74.9% in TFLM.

The student with an equal or greater than 75% result was not to follow a French course.

RULE 5-0 AMONG CREDITS TO 6:

Culture classes

ADS-1905: Education in an intercultural environment (3 credits)

Description

Brief history of intercultural education in Quebec. Overview of theories on ethnic minorities: assimilation, integration, adaptation, social stratification, ethnic and linguistic. Impact on the school. Some experiments in intercultural education in other countries. Difficulties and dynamics related to multi-ethnic school situations. Strategies of school interventions.

ENS-1002: Social aspects of education (3 credits)

Description

Dynamic analysis of school-society relations and the social dynamic present in school and in the classroom. Cultural, political, economic education system. Educational challenges of pluralism in schools. Social functions of the school, social and educational issues, interdependent phenomena of relative autonomy, power relations in the action systems.

ENS-2100: Evolution of ideas and teaching practices (3 credits)

Description

Introduction to the evolution of ideas and teaching practices, from antiquity to the present. This development, these practices and ideas are analyzed in terms of their fundamentals, their basic principles and their respective contribution to secondary education. Integration of theoretical considerations of a philosophical nature, historical, sociological and psychological, educational practice in a sighting. Introduction to all major educational and pedagogical trends seen during the training.

PHI-1062: Thinking for ourselves: values and truths (3 credits)

Description

This course put primarily on philosophical practice research community. It gives the student the opportunity to enhance their critical thinking, creativity, ability to self-correction and the ability to work with others. Knowledge drawn from it is operational since it comes from practice. It is therefore a basic introduction for anyone who wants to develop in this direction or initiate groups of people at a similar development. There may be groups of students from primary, secondary, college or university groups with the task of thinking together – they are inserted in the workplace or research community – groups related to an organization leisure (scout, guides, camp, etc.), groups involved in counseling, parent groups, seniors groups, etc. In this course, participants are expected to understand how and why philosophy, properly redrawn in his teaching, helps develop an awareness of philosophical principles – primarily ethical – which govern the implementation of the action.

PHI-1063: Thinking for ourselves: Speech and Silence (3 credits)

Description

This course put primarily on philosophical practice research community. It allows students to improve their critical thinking, creativity, ability to self-correction and the ability to work with others. Knowledge drawn from it is operational, since it comes from practice. It is therefore an introduction for anyone who wants to perfect in the sense that wishes to initiate or groups of people with a similar development. These may be groups of students from primary, secondary, college or university groups with the task of thinking together, whether in the workplace or research environment, groups linked to an organization leisure (young scouts, guides, camps, etc.), groups involved in counseling, parent groups, seniors groups, etc. In this course, participants are called to deepen their thinking on the fundamental role of language in the representation and expression of our experience.

PHI-1900: Logical Principles (3 credits)

Description

This course aims to make known some of the tools of thought and above all to show how to use them to better arrange the existing knowledge or those under development. We learn to analyze a text or a point of view, to bring out the essential, defining the concepts involved, to distinguish and evaluate the arguments involved. Such training is proving an asset to profitably address any field of study. It also assists in drafting more precise and coherent texts. As this is a basic course requires no previous training in logic. It may be followed by people in any field, as well, of course, by those who are enrolled in a philosophy program.

RULE 6-4 AMONG CREDITS:

EPS-1500: Internship in teaching physical education and health at the Preschool and Elementary I (2 credits)

Description

Internship professional socialization. This course aims to introduce students to their future professional environment. The weekly attendance in schools, early education, promote the integration of the student’s role as a future teacher. This initiates a process of professional socialization. The internship I is based on a context of university training, opens a professional practice environment and tries to ensure that, in experimenting and thinking and action, the student chooses to truly be an agent responsible for their own training.

EPS-2510: Internship in teaching physical education and health at the secondary II (2 credits)

Description

Teaching Assistantship II. Getting to the professional role in its personal and social dimensions (particularly with regard to the integration of pupils). Developing a professional image as a teacher and validate his choice of career. Become aware of the diversity of theoretical and practical knowledge to be acquired in connection with the components of the educational situation and triple dimension to the role. Mastering skills related to the observation of teaching situations in relation to the exercise of the role and knowledge attached to it.

OR

EPS-1510: Internship in teaching physical education and health in high school I (2 credits)

Description

Teaching Assistantship I. Getting to the professional role in his personal and institutional dimensions. Developing a professional image as a teacher and validate his choice of career. Become aware of the diversity of theoretical and practical knowledge to be acquired in connection with the components of the educational situation and triple dimension to the role. Mastering skills related to the observation of teaching situations in relation to the exercise of the role and knowledge attached to it.

EPS-2500: Internship in teaching physical education and health at the Preschool and Elementary II (2 credits)

Description

Didactic-pedagogic training course. The didactic-pedagogic training course emphasizes training focused on managing learning situations. In addition to allowing the trainees to continue exploring their future professional environment, this course aims to foster the development of teaching skills related to the disciplines of the curriculum and teaching skills related to interaction with the preschool or elementary school students.

RULE 7-17 AMONG CREDITS:

EPS-2501: Internship in teaching physical education and health at the Preschool and Elementary III (5 credits)

Description

Training course in participatory management of the class. This course aims to develop the student intern skills to drive and animate the class group by differentiating teaching approaches, ensuring a good classroom organization and promoting empowering relationships of the group and of each student. By introducing participatory management of the class, the student intern learns to consider students in his class as real learners, responsible citizens, autonomous and democratic.

EPS-3510: Teaching Training in Physical Education and Health at the secondary IV (12 credits)

Description

Teaching responsibility. Witnessing an integration of theoretical and practical knowledge in the exercise of the teaching task: thinking skills and know-how related to the responsibility of the assigned task. Demonstrate competence to assume the “double agenda” of the teaching task: the teaching content and interactions to manage the group. Developing the skills of intervention related to the use of various classroom teaching formulas: the presentation lecture, group discussion, individual work or project teams. Make of professional commitment demonstrated face all the tasks involved each step in the gradual process of empowerment.

OR

EPS-2511: Teaching Training in Physical Education and Health at the secondary III (5 credits)

Description

Introduction to teaching. Linking the theoretical knowledge and practices through the implementation of teaching sequences and solving educational problems. Developing skills for each phase of the teaching process, namely planning, intervention and evaluation. Develop the ability to perform consistency illustrating links between the three steps involved in the teaching process.

EPS-3500: Internship in teaching physical education and health at the preschool and primary IV (12 credits)

Description

Internship responsibility. This course aims to foster in the student integration and synthesis of his academic training as well as the realization of his professional autonomy. Trainees must be able to create, from his personal and professional resources, effective teaching and learning conditions on learning and skills development in students. At the end of this course, the student demonstrates the attainment of its powers in situations of professional practice, independent and responsible.

RULE 8-8 AMONG CREDITS:

Sports Didactic

EPS-1100: Sport Teaching (2 credits)

Description

Courses in technical and sports content. This course allows you to learn and perfect a sport with a view to intervention with a beginning (introduction). Students are invited to design progressions of learning activities; to organize and provide education sessions; planning a series of sessions over a period of time. The student will also acquire specific teaching skills taught in sport; group management, observation and detection of errors, correction of errors, etc.

EPS-1101: didactics of athletics (2 credits)

Description

Courses in technical and sports content. This course allows you to learn and perfect a sport with a view to intervention with a beginning (introduction). Students are invited to design progressions of learning activities; to organize and provide education sessions; planning a series of sessions over a period of time. The student will also acquire specific teaching skills taught in sport; group management, observation and detection of errors, correction of errors, etc.

EPS-1102: Didactic climbing (2 credits)

Description

This course helps to learn about climbing in a perspective of intervention with a beginner. Students are invited to design progressions of learning activities; to organize and provide education sessions and plan over a certain period of time. The student will also acquire pedagogical skills specific to climbing; group management, observation, identification and correction of errors, etc. An output on a rock wall in the region will also provide a broader vision of sport in natural environment.

EPS-1103: Didactic of gymnastics (2 credits)

Description

Courses in technical and sports content. This course allows you to learn and perfect a sport with a view to intervention with a beginning (introduction). Students are invited to design progressions of learning activities, organize and provide education sessions; planning a series of sessions over a period of time. The student will also acquire specific teaching skills taught in sport; group management, observation and detection of errors, correction of errors, etc.

EPS-1104: Methodology of swimming (2 credits)

Description

Courses in technical and sports content. This course allows you to learn and perfect a sport with a view to intervention with a beginning (introduction). Students are invited to design progressions of learning activities; to organize and provide education sessions; planning a series of sessions over a period of time. The student will also acquire specific teaching skills taught in sport; group management, observation and detection of errors, correction of errors, etc.

EPS-1105: Didactic badminton (2 credits)

Description

Courses in technical and sports content. This course allows you to learn and perfect a sport with a view to intervention with a beginning (introduction). Students are invited to design progressions of learning activities; to organize and provide education sessions; planning a series of sessions over a period of time. The student will also acquire specific teaching skills taught in sport; group management, observation and detection of errors, correction of errors, etc.

EPS-1106: didactics basketball (2 credits)

Description

Courses in technical and sports content. This course allows you to learn and perfect a sport with a view to intervention with a beginning (introduction). Students are invited to design progressions of learning activities; to organize and provide education sessions; planning a series of sessions over a period of time. The student will also acquire specific teaching skills taught in sport; group management, observation and detection of errors, correction of errors, etc.

EPS-1107: Didactic football (2 credits)

Description

Courses in technical and sports content. This course allows you to learn and perfect a sport with a view to intervention with a beginning (introduction). Students are invited to design progressions of learning activities; to organize and provide education sessions; planning a series of sessions over a period of time. The student will also acquire specific teaching skills taught in sport; group management, observation and detection of errors, correction of errors, etc.

EPS-1108: Teaching Golf (2 credits)

Description

Courses in technical and sports content. This course allows you to learn and perfect a sport with a view to intervention with a beginning (introduction). Students are invited to design progressions of learning activities; to organize and provide education sessions; planning a series of sessions over a period of time. The student will also acquire specific teaching skills taught in sport; group management, observation and detection of errors, correction of errors, etc.

EPS-1109: Teaching of handball (2 credits)

Description

Courses in technical and sports content. This course allows you to learn and perfect a sport with a view to intervention with a beginning (introduction). Students are invited to design progressions of learning activities; to organize and provide education sessions; planning a series of sessions over a period of time. The student will also acquire specific teaching skills taught in sport; group management, observation and detection of errors, correction of errors, etc.

EPS-1110: Didactic hockey (2 credits)

Description

Courses in technical and sports content. This course allows you to learn and perfect a sport with a view to intervention with a beginning (introduction). Students are invited to design progressions of learning activities; to organize and provide education sessions; planning a series of sessions over a period of time. The student will also acquire specific teaching skills taught in sport; group management, observation and detection of errors, correction of errors, etc.

EPS-1111: Didactic of kinball (2 credits)

Description

Courses in technical and sports content. This course allows you to learn and perfect a sport with a view to intervention with a beginning (introduction). Students are invited to design progressions of learning activities; to organize and provide education sessions; planning a series of sessions over a period of time. The student will also acquire specific teaching skills taught in sport: group management, observation and detection of errors, correction of errors, etc.

EPS-1112: Didactic diving (2 credits)

Description

Courses in technical and sports content. This course allows you to learn and perfect a sport with a view to intervention with a beginning (introduction). Students are invited to design progressions of learning activities; to organize and provide education sessions; planning a series of sessions over a period of time. The student will also acquire specific teaching skills taught in sport; group management, observation and detection of errors, correction of errors, etc.

EPS-1113: Didactic rugby (2 credits)

Description

The course, whose content is technical and athletic, allows you to learn and perfect a sport with a view to intervention with a beginning (introduction). Students are invited to design progressions of learning activities; to organize and provide education sessions; planning a series of sessions over a period of time. The student also acquires own pedagogical skills taught sport: group management, observation and detection of errors, correction of errors, etc.

EPS-1114: Didactic downhill skiing (2 credits)

Description

Courses in technical and sports content. This course allows you to learn and perfect a sport with a view to intervention with a beginning (introduction). Students are invited to design progressions of learning activities; to organize and provide education sessions; planning a series of sessions over a period of time. The student will also acquire specific teaching skills taught in sport; group management, observation and detection of errors, correction of errors, etc.

EPS-1115: Didactic cross country skiing (2 credits)

Description

Courses in technical and sports content. This course allows you to learn and perfect a sport with a view to intervention with a beginning (introduction). Students are invited to design progressions of learning activities; to organize and provide education sessions; planning a series of sessions over a period of time. The student will also acquire specific teaching skills taught in sport; group management, observation and detection of errors, correction of errors, etc.

EPS-1116: Teaching soccer (2 credits)

Description

Courses in technical and sports content. This course allows you to learn and perfect a sport with a view to intervention with a beginning (introduction). Students are invited to design progressions of learning activities; to organize and provide education sessions; planning a series of sessions over a period of time. The student will also acquire specific teaching skills taught in sport; group management, observation and detection of errors, correction of errors, etc.

EPS-1117: Teaching tennis (2 credits)

Description

Courses in technical and sports content. This course allows you to learn and perfect a sport with a view to intervention with a beginning (introduction). Students are invited to design progressions of learning activities; to organize and provide education sessions; planning a series of sessions over a period of time. The student will also acquire specific teaching skills taught in sport; group management, observation and detection of errors, correction of errors, etc.

EPS-1118: Teaching volleyball (2 credits)

 Description

Courses in technical and sports content. This course allows you to learn and perfect a sport with a view to intervention with a beginning (introduction). Students are invited to design progressions of learning activities; to organize and provide education sessions; planning a series of sessions over a period of time. The student will also acquire specific teaching skills taught in sport; group management, observation and detection of errors, correction of errors, etc.

EPS-1119: Outdoor / Fall Activities (2 credits)

Description

Courses in technical and sports content. This course allows you to learn and develop content “pleinairiste” three major and four minor operations and activities, with a view to intervention with a beginning (introduction). Students are invited to design exercise progressions; to organize and provide education sessions; planning a series of sessions over a period of time. The student will also acquire specific teaching skills taught in outdoor activities; group management, security, observation, etc.

EPS-1120: Outdoor activities / Winter (2 credits)

Description

Courses in technical and sports content. This course allows you to learn and develop content “pleinairiste” three major and four minor operations and activities, with a view to intervention with a beginning (introduction). Students are invited to design exercise progressions; to organize and provide education sessions; planning a series of sessions over a period of time. The student will also acquire specific teaching skills taught in outdoor activities; group management, security, observation, etc.

EPS-1122: Teaching of the “Ultimate Frisbee” (2 credits)

Description

Courses technicosportif content. This course allows you to learn and perfect a sport with a view to intervention with a beginning (introduction). Students are invited to design progressions of learning activities; to organize and provide education sessions; planning a series of sessions over a period. The student also acquires own pedagogical skills taught sport; group management, observation and detection of errors, correction of errors, etc.

EPS-1123: Didactic skating (2 credits)

Description

Courses in technical and sports content that can learn and improve a sport with a view to intervention with a beginning (introduction). Students are invited to design progressions of learning activities; to organize and provide education sessions; planning a series of sessions over a period of time. The student also acquires own pedagogical skills taught sport: group management, observation and detection of errors, correction of errors, etc.

RULE 9-6 AMONG CREDITS:

Physical education and sport

EPS-1300: Relaxation and stress self-management (3 credits)

Description

This course aims to acquire knowledge about the mechanisms of stress and communicate solutions to address them. It also offers the opportunity to develop skills related to the practice of relaxation in relation to the requirements of personal and professional life.

EPS-2102: Water Safety (3 credits)

Description

Knowledge and understanding of basic elements of security and aquatic rescue pool seen in aspects of prevention, intervention and education. Knowledge and understanding of first aid in water. This course will complete the training needed to obtain certification in swimming government for graduates in physical education and physical activity sciences.

EPS-2200: Vocabulary athletic movement (3 credits)

Description

Bachelor on conceptual and motor, a wide variety of motor activities of coordination and proprioception commonly performed in sports training, with a diverse clientele of athletes; exercises in hands free, one and two; exercises with small appliances; workout on music. Producing a repertoire of movements; practical labs.

EPS 2202: Training mental skills in sports (3 credits)

Description

Introduction to theoretical and applied knowledge related to mental preparation for performance (motivation, emotion management, self confidence, concentration, mental imagery, etc.). Practice of certain mental training techniques. Reflecting on his role as intervener in the context of mental preparation to athletic performance.

EPS-2302: Medical aspects (3 credits)

Description

Introduction to medical problems related to human movement. Study of Trauma and other dysfunction consecutive to the practice of various forms of physical activity. Formulation and implementation of plans to prevent and first-line therapy.

EPS-2305: Outdoors and health (3 credits)

Description

This course aims at the acquisition of knowledge centered on the set of “health” variables required for the supervision of Populations context leisure, recreation or adventure in the wild. The topics affecting aspects of fitness and physical preparation for outdoor activities, physiological acclimatization in the wild in varied climatic and barometric conditions as well as the benefits “health” recognized as a result of a lived in the wild. The teaching approach will be through thematic modules and short integration projects.

EPS-2306: Managing a sports club (3 credits)

Description

This course placing on the model of experiential learning to promote the acquisition of skills dealing with management of a sports club. Students will engage in a process of analysis and planning of human, financial and material resources for the realization of a sports season within a specific sports club. They confront their management plan to that produced by an expert trainer in the sports club. Accompanied by expert trainer and in light of the sport system in which the club is registered, they will think, critically, the impacts of their management plan on the functions and duties of the coach.

EPS-2307: Organisation of sports events (3 credits)

Description

This course aims at the acquisition of knowledge and the development of skills necessary for planning and realization of a sporting event. The student will have to experience the stages of planning, implementation and evaluation related to the organization of a sporting event in a particular context. It will then focus critically on the realization of the event, taking into account the context of the school and the sport system, as well as financial and human resource management constraints.

EPS-2308: Quebec and Canadian athletes Systems (3 credits)

Description

This course focuses on the organization of sport in Quebec and Canada. Upon completion of this course the student will be able to describe and illustrate the Quebec and Canadian athletes Shopsystems, understand the sports organization in Quebec and Canada in relation to the functions performed by these systems (policies, laws, organizing events, athlete services, etc.) and understand the interrelationships between the Quebec and Canadian systems. This knowledge will enable the student to make a management oriented work.

EPS-2309: Adoption of healthy lifestyles (3 credits)

Description

This course put on an experiential approach to promote the development of skills related to healthy and active lifestyle. It aims to empower students to analyze eating habits, physical activity and stress management; plan strategies and concrete actions to improve the lifestyle; to implement the desired changes; assess its change process, the magnitude of change and the impact of it in his life. The course also allows the professional future to improve skills in the promotion of healthy lifestyles.

EPS-3300: Sport Intervention Equity (3 credits)

Description

Getting to the woman problems / sport / physical activity. Systemic analysis of situations at issue of fairness and justice concepts (based prejudices on the basis of gender, race, ability level, age, etc.). Awareness of the psychosocial realities of women’s participation (from elite to mass participation) at all levels of the Canadian sport scene.

EPS-3302: Outdoors: natural environment and Human Development (3 credits)

Description

This course is primarily intended to discover the future physical education the rich potential of the practice of outdoor activities in the natural environment to promote the development of the person. It also allows the deepening of knowledge of the natural environment and mastery of skills necessary for the supervision of participants in outdoor outings.

EPS-3310: Medical aspects in sports action (3 credits)

Description

This course focuses on the etiology of sports injuries as well as against medical indications associated with the practice of sports. It promotes learning procedures for recognizing the various types of sports injuries and the mechanisms put in place to prevent them. It familiarizes the student with the application of general principles, rules of conduct and appropriate techniques during interventions as first responder to a wound victim.

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