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This course will focus only on SolidWorks for the purpose of distance learning.
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In Sports Management students will learn about the Sports and Entertainment industry.  The course will also teach students the principles of event planning.  Students will work together as a class, students develop an event plan(Dig Pink or Earth Day) that lays out the steps involved in bringing their event to fruition. Next, students consider which committees they should form and what the responsibilities are for each committee. They each choose a committee. Within their committees students form very detailed lists of tasks and determine what research they need to conduct. They compile their plans and research into a client report, in which they inform the client of their plans for the event. Students also decide how to break out the budget for the event, which may or may not be included in the report, depending on the client’s wishes. Each committee contributes the relevant section to the class-wide event plan. The client must review and approve it, possibly with some modifications. Next, students create timelines: a class-wide timeline of major milestones for each committee, and a detailed, committee-specific timeline to ensure that everything is ready for the event on time. They study the venue and make decisions about how to organize the space for the event. All students will be required to work the event—setting it up, hosting during the event, or cleaning up afterwards. One or more students will be assigned to document the event by taking photographs. Once the event is over, students work together to develop a short survey, which is sent to their client. Students also write down their own thoughts on what worked or didn’t work, and they collect all of the visual evidence about the event into an online repository. They might also keep artifacts such as menus, invitations, or decorations. In Lesson 13, the class discusses the client’s feedback. Then each student writes an evaluation of the event in which they reflect on how the event went and on their individual contribution to it. Specifically, students evaluate how it went against plan and budget; what obstacles they encountered and how they dealt with (or didn't deal with) them; what changes/improvements they would make the next time they throw a similar event, and so on. They also consider how their perception of the event did (or did not) match the client’s perception of the event. Students will supplement their evaluation with photographs or artifacts from the event (e.g., programs, invitations) that document their contribution (i.e., if they were on the decorations committee, they can include photographs of the decorations). Students turn in their final report. As an option, the teacher selects a few final evaluations to show the client as well.
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An introductory course for those interested in pursuing careers in the medical field and leading to the completion of the Sports Medicine Program, this course will cover basic human anatomy and physiology, human diseases, disorders and treatments and medical terminology/abbreviations. This course prepares students for various medical careers such as physical therapist, doctor, EMT, dentist, athletic trainer, and other health care fields. Career and Technical Student Organization (CTSO) standards will be an integral part of this class. Dual credit may be obtained from the Maricopa Community College system for this program at high schools offering this option. Successful completion of the program may qualify students to receive the Mastery of Subject Area Graduation Endorsement. Students are encouraged to work with their program teachers to determine eligibility.
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This course is designed for students interested in the field of sports medicine. Students will study the basic concepts of evaluation, treatment and prevention of common sports related injuries and conditions. Basic anatomy including the musculoskeletal, nervous, circulatory and respiratory system is also emphasized throughout the course. History, philosophy, and career opportunities, ethical and legal considerations, and the organization and administration of Sports Medicine programs will also be addressed. Students will also gain hands-on experience through various lab activities including emergency procedures, tissue healing, taping and bracing procedures. Career and Technical Student Organization (CTSO) standards will be an integral part of this class. Dual credit may be obtained from the Maricopa Community College system for this program at high schools offering this option.
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