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Stitcher, Thomas

Faculty, Health and Sport Sciences
Maggs Center (MC) 227
410-543-6349 or ext 36349
tpstitchersalisburyedu
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Courses  []

2014 Fall

  • PHEC 106-622 PERSONALIZED HEALTH/FITNES
    Study and practice of principles that affect human health. Emphases on physical fitness, stress management, nutrition and weight control with specific personalized techniques for optimizing health. Four hours per week. Meets General Education V (Prior to Fall 2008: IV).
  • PHEC 331-001 COACHING YOUTH SPORTS
    Designed to prepare individuals to coach children in athletic activities. Emphasis will be placed on communicating the essentials of a sport to children at an early stage of development (6 - 10 year olds). Discussion will focus on the coach as a teacher and the influence of the coach's behavior on the outcome of sporting events and the development of the child. Assignments and activities are designed to demonstrate ways to help children develop healthy bodies and positive self-images through participation in athletics and to identify techniques that promote positive discipline both on and off the playing field and plan strategies to involve parents in positive ways. Prerequisites/Corequisites: PHEC 330 and Current Community CPR certification. 3 hours per week
  • PHEC 490-001 SELECTED TOPICS IN PHYS EDU
    Provides opportunities for short-term needs and interest of students/faculty. Affords avenue for curriculum experimentation and innovation at an advanced level. Student may earn a maximum of six credits. May be offered for undergraduate or graduate credit. Prerequisite: Consent of instructor.
  • PHED 175-001 INTRO TO TEACH FIT & WELL
    Provides information, strategies and resources to assist future physical educators or related professionals to lead health-related fitness activity. Engage in the application of health-related activities through planning and implementing such activities in small and large peer group applications, including individual and group exercise, strength training and aquatics. Meets General Education V (Prior to fall 2008: IV) for athletic training, health education and physical education majors. May not receive credit for both PHED 175 and PHED 108. Prerequisites: Health Education and Physical Education Teacher Education majors only; PHEC 105 or intermediate swimming skills as determines by program area faculty. Three hours lecture, three hours laboratory per week.
  • PHED 260-001 TCH TEAM SPORTS CNCPT & TACT I
    Application of fundamental skills and teaching progressions for game concepts and tactics in team sports. Emphasis on sequential development of tactical complexity including offensive and defensive strategies. Three hours per week.
  • PHED 351-001 PSYCHOSOCIAL ASPECTS OF PE
    Interaction of physical education (sports) with the psychology and sociological development of the individual. May be offered for undergraduate or graduate credit. May not receive credit for both PHED 351 and PHED 451. Prerequisite: PSYC 101 or consent of instructor. Three hours per week.

2015 Winter

  • PHEC 331-001 COACHING YOUTH SPORTS
    Designed to prepare individuals to coach children in athletic activities. Emphasis will be placed on communicating the essentials of a sport to children at an early stage of development (6 - 10 year olds). Discussion will focus on the coach as a teacher and the influence of the coach's behavior on the outcome of sporting events and the development of the child. Assignments and activities are designed to demonstrate ways to help children develop healthy bodies and positive self-images through participation in athletics and to identify techniques that promote positive discipline both on and off the playing field and plan strategies to involve parents in positive ways. Prerequisites/Corequisites: PHEC 330 and Current Community CPR certification. 3 hours per week
  • PHED 351-001 PSYCHOSOCIAL ASPECTS OF PE
    Interaction of physical education (sports) with the psychology and sociological development of the individual. May be offered for undergraduate or graduate credit. May not receive credit for both PHED 351 and PHED 451. Prerequisite: PSYC 101 or consent of instructor. Three hours per week.

2015 Spring

  • PHEC 331-001 COACHING YOUTH SPORTS
    Designed to prepare individuals to coach children in athletic activities. Emphasis will be placed on communicating the essentials of a sport to children at an early stage of development (6 - 10 year olds). Discussion will focus on the coach as a teacher and the influence of the coach's behavior on the outcome of sporting events and the development of the child. Assignments and activities are designed to demonstrate ways to help children develop healthy bodies and positive self-images through participation in athletics and to identify techniques that promote positive discipline both on and off the playing field and plan strategies to involve parents in positive ways. Prerequisites/Corequisites: PHEC 330 and Current Community CPR certification. 3 hours per week
  • PHED 175-001 INTRO TO TEACH FIT & WELL
    Provides information, strategies and resources to assist future physical educators or related professionals to lead health-related fitness activity. Engage in the application of health-related activities through planning and implementing such activities in small and large peer group applications, including individual and group exercise, strength training and aquatics. Meets General Education V (Prior to fall 2008: IV) for athletic training, health education and physical education majors. May not receive credit for both PHED 175 and PHED 108. Prerequisites: Health Education and Physical Education Teacher Education majors only; PHEC 105 or intermediate swimming skills as determines by program area faculty. Three hours lecture, three hours laboratory per week.
  • PHED 260-001 TCH TEAM SPORTS CNCPT & TACT I
    Application of fundamental skills and teaching progressions for game concepts and tactics in team sports. Emphasis on sequential development of tactical complexity including offensive and defensive strategies. Three hours per week.
  • PHED 351-001 PSYCHOSOCIAL ASPECTS OF PE
    Interaction of physical education (sports) with the psychology and sociological development of the individual. May be offered for undergraduate or graduate credit. May not receive credit for both PHED 351 and PHED 451. Prerequisite: PSYC 101 or consent of instructor. Three hours per week.

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Awards, Scholarship & Creative Works:  []

Article(s)

Butler, K. N. , Armstrong, G., and Stitcher, T. 
(2002). 
"State of the state" study: A Survey of basic instruction in Maryland's colleges & universities. 
MAHPERD Journal, 

Presentations

Muller, S., Armstrong, G. & Stitcher, T. (2004). Self-perception: The influence of adding an exercise component to health education courses Presented at Maryland Association for Health, Physical Education, Recreation & Dance (MAHPERD) Convention, Towson, MD.

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