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Send enquiries related to the MS program in Pedagogy to Dr. Terry Senne.
Terry Senne Terry A. Senne, Ph.D.
Associate Professor
Undergraduate Coordinator
Pedagogy
Office: PH 208F
(940) 898-2584
tsenne@twu.edu

Thesis Option (30 hours)

Basic KINS Requirements (6 hrs):

  • KINS 5023 Methods of Research
  • KINS 5033 Applied Statistical principles

Pedagogy Specialization (15 hrs):

  • KINS 5763 Systematic Observation in Physical Education and Sport
  • KINS 5773 Physical Education in the Curriculum
  • KINS 5783 Learning and Teaching Styles in Physical Education and Sport
  • KINS 5903 Experiential Education: Low Ropes
  • KINS 5983 Thesis I
  • KINS 5993 Thesis II

One course from the following:

  • KINS 5832 Issues in Adapted Physical Education
  • KINS 5853 Appraisal of Psychomotor Dysfunctions in APE
  • KINS 5863 Pedagogy in APE

Three hours of coursework in addition to the 15 hours in the pedagogy specialization allow for a course to be taken within or outside the department of Kinesiology. It is recommended that students consider:

  • KINS 5903, Experiential Education: High Ropes or
  • a course from academic areas directly related to teaching physical education

Non-Thesis Option (36 hours)

Basic KINS Requirements (6 hrs):

  • KINS 5023 Methods of Research
  • KINS 5033 Applied Statistical principles

Pedagogy Specialization (15 hrs):

  • KINS 5763 Systematic Observation in Physical Education and Sport
  • KINS 5773 Physical Education in the Curriculum
  • KINS 5783 Learning and Teaching Styles in Physical Education and Sport
  • KINS 5903 Experiential Education: Low Ropes
  • KINS xxx3 Culminating Experience

One course from the following:

  • KINS 5832 Issues in Adapted Physical Education
  • KINS 5853 Appraisal of Psychomotor Dysfunctions in APE
  • KINS 5863 Pedagogy in APE

Twelve hours of coursework in addition to the 15 hours in the pedagogy specialization allow for courses to be taken within our outside the department of Kinesiology. It is recommended that students consider

  • KINS 5903, Experiential Education: High Ropes or
  • a course from academic areas directly related to teaching physical education.

Culminating Experience Options:

All students choosing the non-thesis option must complete a culminating experience approved by the student’s committee. The student and her/his advisor will jointly develop a logical sequence of courses and application experiences from one of the following areas: experiential education, coaching, wellness, working with person’s with disabilities and supervision.

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