Syllabus

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Sports Medicine – Year 1
Instructor
Darren Johnson
Phone
Ext. 3118
Room
Bus Barn Classroom 4
E-mail
[email protected]
Office
By Appointment
Hours
Behavior
All school rules stated in the student handbook will apply. Tardies result in detention after the third
instance. Make sure there is no gum, food, drink (water is fine), electronic devices, or hats in my class. Give
everyone the respect that all human beings deserve. Failure to bring paper and a writing utensil is failure to
prepare for class, and is a violation. If any violation occurs, the following steps will be taken.
***There are no WARNINGS. The warning is written here and being read aloud to students. Follow rules.
*Swearing or cheating is an instant referral!!!!
offense- Detention, written behavior correction plan
2nd offense- Administrative Referral
1st
Subsequent Violations- Referral
Grading
Grading is done on a percentage basis. This insures that equal weight is placed on all coursework, and
not simply the assignments with a high point value.
90-100
80-89
70-79
60-69
59 and Below
A
B
C
D
F
Semester grades will be divided as 40% for the first quarter, 40% for the second quarter, and 20% for the final
test. Grades do not start over after the quarter. PHS is dedicated to incorporating the Arizona Common Core
Standards into the curriculum and increasing the rigor of our instruction.
Homework
Students can expect homework three times per week. No late work is accepted, unless there is an
excused absence. The student will then have the corresponding number of days to turn in the missed work. The
homework is concentrated in the area of studying, as busy work is not relevant. Students will have assignments
to read, ideas to interpret, and must come up with questions of their own. I like to challenge the intellect, and
not simply give X number of hours of homework.
Description:
This full year class is an introduction to the profession of Sports Medicine. Topics being covered include, but
not limited to, human anatomy, sports injuries, medical emergencies, nutrition, and sports psychology. There is
a $20 class fee that is required for this course, please pay this fee in the bookstore as soon as possible.
Athletic Training Room General Policies and Procedures: (for both student aides and athletes)
1. Absolutely no horseplay or foul language.
2. Patient Confidentiality is a MUST!
3. NO CLEATS (shoes) ON TABLES – Respect the property
4. Keep the room clean and organized
5. No unsupervised students
6. ONLY student athletes who are receiving treatment/tapings and student aides allowed in the
room.
7. All athletes MUST sign in prior to ANY treatment/taping done
8. If the athletes treatment/taping is finished please have them leave the room immediately – this is
not the social room – they can do that outside
9. AED is not a toy and MUST be taken with to every practice/game
Tentative Due Dates of Major Tests/Projects for Semester 1:
All dates and assignments are subject to change. Use the class webpage for the most accurate information
July 29, 2014 - Begin Profession Project Presentations (project due)
August 19, 2014 -Athletic Training Room Design Project Due
August 28, 2014 - Legal/Ethics Test
September 12, 2014 - Anatomy/Terminology Test **LAST DAY FOR ANY MISSING WORK FOR
QUARTER 1**
September 15 - 26, 2014 - CPR Certifications (in class)
October 30, 2014 - Emergency Action Plans Project Due
October 31, 2014 - Injury Prevention Test
November 3, 2014 - Begin Nutrition Food Tracker
November 11, 2014 - Food Tracker Due
November 21, 2014 - Nutrition Test
December 8, 2014 - LAST DAY FOR ANY MISSING WORK FOR QUARTER 2
December 9, 2014 - Sports Psychology Test
December 17/18, 2014 - Final Exam
Please contact me if you have any questions or concerns. If you call me please leave a message so I may call
you back.
Thank you and I am looking forward to a great year!
Mr. Johnson
Sports Medicine Year 1
Student/Parent Policies and Procedures Contract
Students:
I have read and understand the above information regarding my involvement in the
Perry Sports Medicine Program. I understand that failure to follow the policies and
procedures as outlined above may result in my removal from the program. I agree to abide
by the policies and to help encourage other students so that optimal learning and fun may
occur, for without such cooperation from fellow students my experience in this program may
be hindered.
Student Name Printed
Student Signature
Date
Parents/ Guardians:
I (we) have read and understand the above information regarding my students involvement
in the Perry Sports Medicine Program. I understand that failure on my students’ behalf to
follow the policies and procedures as outlined above may result in my student being
removed from the program. I agree to support my student and encourage them to
complete the program to help prepare them for further education in health careers.
Parent/Guardian Name Printed
Best Contact Information:
Parent/Guardian Signature
Date
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