Foundations of Physical Education, Exercise Science, and Sport, 21st Edition
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Foundations of Physical Education, Exercise Science, and Sport provides readers with the most up-to-date information about physical activity, physical education, and sport, while recognizing that this dynamic field and its disciplines are ever changing in our fast-paced, technology-driven society. It challenges students to commit to ongoing development and growth as professionals from the very beginning of their careers, and encourages them to advocate for physical activity and quality physical education, to value diversity and appreciate its many forms, and to work toward making opportunities to participate in physical activity available to all people throughout their lifespan. Walton-Fisette and Wuest inspire readers to work collaboratively with other dedicated professionals to address the issues facing the field, the challenges ahead, and the realization of physical education, exercise science, and sports potential to positively contribute to the lives of all people.
CHAPTER 1: Meaning and Scope
CHAPTER 2: Philosophy, Goals, and Objectives
CHAPTER 3: Health and Physical Activity in Our Society
Part II Foundations of Physical Education, Exercise Science, and Sport
CHAPTER 4: Historical Foundations
CHAPTER 5: Motor Behavior
CHAPTER 6: Biomechanical Foundations
CHAPTER 7: Exercise Physiology and Fitness
CHAPTER 8: Sociological Foundations
CHAPTER 9: Sport and Exercise Psychology
CHAPTER 10: Physical Education Pedagogy
Part III Careers and Professional Considerations
CHAPTER 11: Career and Professional Development
CHAPTER 12: Teaching and Coaching Careers
CHAPTER 13: Fitness- and Health-Related Careers
CHAPTER 14: Sport Careers
Part IV Future Professionals as Leaders and Advocates
CHAPTER 15: Future Professionals as Leaders and Advocates
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