David Smith2014-2015 Sports Medicine IThis course is designed for students interested in learning prevention treatment, and rehabilitation of athletic injuries. Topics include anatomy, physiology, first aid, CPR, physical condition, nutrition, therapeutic modalities and therapeutic exercise. CPR for healthcare provider's certification will be obtained. Students will have the opportunity to participate in HOSA (Health Occupations Students of America).
Sports Medicine 1 is a full year, introduction course designed for students that may be interested in fields such as athletic training, physical therapy, medicine, personal training/fitness, nursing, exercise physiology, kinesiology, nutrition and any other related fields.
This class includes course work in the following areas: Anatomy and Physiology, first aid, CPR and AED, injury prevention, terminology, common injuries, emergency care, taping techniques, nutrition,…
In addition to course work there will be a hands-on approach utilized when learning anatomy, evaluating injuries, taping and wrapping, and strength and conditioning principles and CPR/AED/Emergency Procedures and First Aid
A composition book to take notes
A 3 ring binder for Sports Medicine to organize handouts, notes, quizzes and tests
A pen or pencil Everyday
A= 90-100%, B= 80-89%, C=70-79%, D=60-69%, F= 50-59%
Grades Include: Handouts/Notebook/Participation, Quizzes (20-25), Tests (Semester and Final), Presentations (3)
Parents can access student grades online through Infinite Campus.
Parents and students can access my webpage from the BHS website under Faculty Tab and click on my name to access my site. I will have the syllabus and current topics on that site to look at.
There will be 20-25 Quizzes, 1 after each topic
There will be 2 Tests, a Midterm and a Final
There will be 3 Presentations (Sports Medicine Careers, Training Room Design and Injuries)
Late work will be accepted at 50% of the value within 1 week of due date
Always treat everyone with RESPECT
There will be NO Profanity
No talking when someone else is talking
No cell phones, IPODS, Tablets or computers. Keep them turned off
Be professional and mature
Being lazy will not be tolerated
I expect you to all participate in class discussions and hands on activities
Consult BHS Student Handbook
CONSEQUENCES FOR RULE AND TARDY VIOLATIONS
1st A warning will be given
2nd – 3rd: Conference with the student
4th+ : A referral will be made to the Administration
After the 8th unexcused absence in a semester a report is sent to the attendance office
After the 9th unexcused absence in a semester the student may be dropped from the class
There is a $20 FEE associated with the class to Pay for the CPR Certification, please make sure you pay or you will not obtain the CPR Certification
Diversity Statement: All individuals have a right to an educational environment free from bias, prejudice and bigotry. As members of the Basha High School educational community, students are expected to refrain from participating in acts of harassment that are designed to demean another student’s race, gender, ethnicity, religious preference, disability or sexual orientation.
Please sign the from below and return to Mr. Smith by FRIDAY 7/26/2013
I have reviewed the syllabus and understand the guidelines and content for Sports Medicine 1
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