About Caselden...
Subject / Grade Sports Medicine II
Room: J 109
Phone: 480-883-5000
Email: Caselden
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Welcome!

Hello! Welcome to sports medicine II Please check out the class calendar for up to date class activities.

My Education and Professional Background

Graduate of Washington State University with a BS in Athletic Training. This is my 4rd year teaching and my 6th year as an Athletic Trainer.

My Educational Philosophy

I believe in creating a safe, enthusiastic environment to guide students in achieving their highest ability in and out of the classroom.
 

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Ms. Jessica Caselden

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Ms. Jessica Caselden

Welcome to Sports Medicine!!

 

 

2013- Graduated from Washington State University with a B.S in Athletic Training

2013-  WSU baseball summer camps (Ahtletic Training)

2013-14- Hamilton high school Assistant Athletic Trainer

2014-16- Head athletic trainer at 5A school and Sports Medicine 3 teacher

2016-Present- Assitant Athletic trainer and Sports Medicine teacher at Hamilton High school

 

COURSE DESCRIPTION:

The Introduction to Sports Medicine and Athletic Training Beginning course is a two (2) semester course designed for students who are interested in fields such as athletic training, physical therapy, medicine, nurse, fitness, physiology of exercise, kinesiology, nutrition, EMT, and other medical related fields. It is offered as a classroom and lab course to provide students with an avenue through which to explore these fields of study. This course focuses on the basic information and skills important in the recognition of, care, prevention, and preliminary rehabilitation of athletic injuries. The course includes class work and hands on application.

COURSE OBJECTIVE:

Through classroom engagement and hands-on experience students will become familiar with the concepts relevant to sports medicine. Students will learn to prevent, treat, and evaluate athletic injuries and maintain an efficient, professional athletic training facility.