1. Sports Medicine I: The purpose of this course is to introduce students to Sports Medicine and Athletic Training careers by recognizing the roles and responsibilities associated with these professions. It will also provide an overview of common sport medicine practices and skills. 2. Sports Medicine II: The purpose of this course is to build on the concepts in Sports Medicine I by providing an overview of the measures for the recognition, assessment and evaluation of athletic related injuries. Prerequisite: Adequate performance in Sports Medicine 1 and passing Health and PE.
3. Sports Medicine III: The purpose of this course is to continue building on the concepts in sports medicine I and II. It will provide an overview of the measures for injury prevention, rehabilitation and management of athletic related injuries. Prerequisite: successfully passing Sports Medicine 2 with A/B grade, obtain instructor approval to enter into the course.
4. Sports Medicine IV: The purpose of this course is to provide independent study and hands-on training as a Sports Medicine Student Assistant. Students will be required to complete a minimum of 50 contact hours per quarter for this course. Prerequisite: Successfully passing Sports Medicine 3 with A/B grade, you must have reliable, consistent after school transportation and obtain instructor approval to enter into the course.
1. EDpuzzle: is a site that allows users to select a video and customize it by editing, cropping, recording audio, and adding questions to make an engaging presentation or lesson. 2. NATA: is the professional membership association for certified athletic trainers and others who support the athletic training profession 3. Anatomy Arcade: Makes human anatomy come alive 4. Sports Injury Clinic: Sport injury information 5. Anyone Can Save a Life: Emergency Action Planning guide 6. Heat Related Illness FREE online information course from the Centers of Disease Control 7. Gatorade Performance Center: Athletic performance resources 8. Real Bodywork: Anatomy matching games 9. Edheads: Virtual videos and photos 10. WebAnatomy: Self-tests on various sports medicine topics 11. Visible Body: 3D models, illustrations, and animations 12. Infographics: Common sports medicine injuries/issues/care