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Sports Medicine

Curriculum Essentials

Document

V102


Boulder Valley School District

Department of CTE

February 2016



Introduction

The purpose of this 1 semester Health Science Program:


This Colorado Community College System Career and Technical Education Program provides an opportunity for the study and application of the components of sports medicine including but not limited to: sports medicine related careers, organizational and administrative considerations, prevention of athletic injuries, recognition, evaluation, and immediate care of athletic injuries, rehabilitation and management skills, taping and wrapping techniques, first/CPR/AED, emergency procedures, nutrition, sports psychology, human anatomy and physiology, therapeutic modalities, and therapeutic exercise.
This Program is offered through CTE Health Sciences at the Arapahoe Campus, and follows the Precision Exams Curriculum, satisfying the Standards, Objectives and Indicators, as determined by CCCS Colorado state Plan. (CCCS CIP Code 519999).
The Sports Medicine Program provides an opportunity for students to take an optional exam which is designed to assess knowledge of exercise science/sports medicine; including exploration of therapeutic careers, medical terminology, anatomy and physiology, first aid, injury prevention principles, the healing process, rehabilitation techniques, therapeutic modalities, sport nutrition, sport psychology, and performance enhancement.

Health Science is the fastest-growing sector of the Colorado job market, and high demand for healthcare workers means their jobs are among the best paying in the state, as well.

Health Occupations Students of America (HOSA) competitive events, community service, and leadership activities provide the opportunity to apply essential standards and workplace readiness skills through authentic experiences.



Sports Medicine Overview


Course Code: V102

Health Science Occupations- Sports Medicine

Course Description:

This Colorado Community College System Career and Technical Education Program provides an opportunity for the study and application of the components of sports medicine including but not limited to: sports medicine related careers, organizational and administrative considerations, prevention of athletic injuries, recognition, evaluation, and immediate care of athletic injuries, rehabilitation and management skills, taping and wrapping techniques, first/CPR/AED, emergency procedures, nutrition, sports psychology, human anatomy and physiology, therapeutic modalities, and therapeutic exercise.




Grade Level: 10, 11 & 12

Course Length: One Semester

Prerequisite: Microbiology and Infectious Disease

Additional activities: Students are required to participate in the Health Occupations Students of America (HOSA) Organization, and at least one service learning project.

Credits: 10 Elective Credits

Credits: 5 of LA



Enduring Understandings:  


  • Describe a well-designed athletic training facility, budget, supplies, and records

  • Describe legal concerns and considerations in athletic training

  • Identify the principals of conditioning, rehabilitation, and modality use.

  • Discuss the role of nutrition in athletics

  • Identify the methods to prevent injury through equipment and environmental concerns

  • Define the role of psychology in athletics

  • Describe common illnesses and health conditions within athletics

  • Explain the impact of sports on special populations



Career Interests/Pathways

Sports Medicine acknowledges student interest in medicinal professions and sports related fields of study. The course provides a head start in content mastery of:



  • anatomy/physiology;

  • psychology of sport and injury;

  • injury recognition and evaluation;

  • injury prevention;

  • injury care;

  • career opportunities;

  • professional liability and responsibilities; and

  • budget and facility design.




Key Assignments & Assessments

  • Reading / Writing  Reflections

  • Content Quizzes & Exams

  • Video lecture (includes graded web based activities, pre-tests, checks for understanding)

  • Case Studies

  • Oral Presentations and / or research papers

  • CPR  & First Aid certification

  • Optional Precision Exams Assessment:

 https://www.precisionexams.com/?q=node/7





Prepared Graduates
The preschool through twelfth-grade concepts and skills that all students who complete the Colorado education system must master to ensure their success in a postsecondary and workforce setting.

CTE Essential Skills: Academic Foundations

ESSK.01: Achieve additional academic knowledge and skills required to pursue the full range of career and postsecondary education opportunities within a career cluster.


Prepared Graduate Competencies in the CTE Essential Skills standard:

Complete required training, education, and certification to prepare for employment in a particular career field

Demonstrate language arts, mathematics, and scientific knowledge and skills required to pursue the full range of post-secondary and career opportunities

CTE Essential Skills: Communications Standards

ESSK.02: Use oral and written communication skills in creating, expressing, and interrupting information and ideas, including technical terminology and information


Prepared Graduate Competencies in the CTE Essential Skills standard:

Select and employ appropriate reading and communication strategies to learn and use technical concepts and vocabulary in practice

Demonstrate use of concepts, strategies, and systems for obtaining and conveying ideas and information to enhance communication in the workplace

CTE Essential Skills: Problem Solving and Critical Thinking

ESSK.03: Solve problems using critical thinking skills (analyze, synthesize, and evaluate) independently and in teams using creativity and innovation.


Prepared Graduate Competencies in the CTE Essential Skills standard:

Employ critical thinking skills independently and in teams to solve problems and make decisions

Employ critical thinking and interpersonal skills to resolve conflicts with staff and/or customers

Conduct technical research to gather information necessary for decision-making


CTE Essential Skills: Safety, Health, and Environmental

ESSK.06: Understand the importance of health, safety, and environmental management systems in organizations and their importance to organizational performance and regulatory compliance


Prepared Graduate Competencies in the CTE Essential Skills standard:

Implement personal and jobsite safety rules and regulations to maintain safe and helpful working conditions and environment

Complete work tasks in accordance with employee rights and responsibilities and employers obligations to maintain workplace safety and health


CTE Essential Skills: Leadership and Teamwork

ESSK.07: Use leadership and teamwork skills in collaborating with others to accomplish organizational goals and objectives


Prepared Graduate Competencies in the CTE Essential Skills standard:

Employ leadership skills to accomplish organizational skills and objectives



CTE Essential Skills: Employability and Career Development

ESSK.09: Know and understand the importance of employability skills; explore, plan, and effectively manage careers; know and understand the importance of entrepreneurship skills


Prepared Graduate Competencies in the CTE Essential Skills standard:

Identify and demonstrate positive work behaviors and personal qualities needed to be employable

Develop skills related to seeking and applying for employment to find and obtain a desired job


COLORADO COMMUNITY COLLEGE SYSTEM CAREER & TECHNICAL EDUCATION TECHNICAL STANDARDS REVISION & ACADEMIC ALIGNMENT PROCESS


Colorado’s 21st Century Career & Technical Education Programs have evolved beyond the historic perception of vocational education. They are Colorado’s best kept secret for:
• Relevant & rigorous learning
• Raising achievement among all students
• Strengthening Colorado’s workforce & economy
Colorado Career & Technical Education serves more than 116,000 Colorado secondary students annually through 1,200 programs in 160 school districts, 270 High Schools, 8 Technical Centers, 16 Community Colleges & 3 Technical Colleges. One of every three Colorado high school students gained valuable experiences by their enrollment in these programs.
ALIGNMENT REQUIRED BY SB 08-212
22-7-1005. Preschool through elementary and secondary education - aligned standards - adoption - revisions.
2(b): In developing the preschool through elementary and secondary education standards, the State Board shall also take into account any Career & Technical Education standards adopted by the State Board for Community Colleges and Occupational Education, created in Section 23-60-104, C.R.S., and, to the extent practicable, shall align the appropriate portions of the preschool through elementary and secondary education standards with the Career and Technical standards.
STANDARDS REVIEW AND ALIGNMENT PROCESS
Beginning in the fall of 2008, the Colorado Community College System conducted an intensive standards review and alignment process that involved:
NATIONAL BENCHMARK REVIEW
Colorado Career & Technical Education recently adopted the Career Cluster and Pathway Model endorsed by the United State Department of Education, Division of Adult and Technical Education. This model provided access to a national set of business and industry validated knowledge and skill statements for 16 of the 17 cluster areas. California and Ohio provided the comparative standards for the Energy cluster
• Based on this review Colorado CTE has moved from program-specific to Cluster & Pathway based standards and outcomes
In addition, we arrived at fewer, higher, clearer and more transferrable standards, expectations and outcomes.
COLORADO CONTENT TEAMS REVIEW
The review, benchmarking and adjusting of the Colorado Cluster and Pathway standards, expectations and outcomes was through the dedicated work of Content Teams comprised of secondary and postsecondary faculty from across the state. Participation by instructors from each level ensured competency alignment between secondary and postsecondary programs. These individuals also proposed the draft academic alignments for math, science reading, writing and communication, social studies (including Personal Financial Literacy) and postsecondary and workforce readiness (PWR.)

ACADEMIC ALIGNMENT REVIEW


In order to validate the alignment of the academic standards to the Career & Technical Education standards, subject matter experts in math, science, reading, writing and communication, and social studies were partnered with career & technical educators to determine if and when a true alignment existed.
CURRENT STATUS
• One set of aligned Essential skills to drive Postsecondary and Workforce Readiness inclusion in all Career & Technical Education programs.
• 52 pathways with validated academic alignments
• 12 pathways with revised standards ready for alignment (currently there are no approved programs in these pathways)
• 21 pathways where no secondary programming currently exists. Standards and alignments will be developed as programs emerge.
• Available for review at: www.coloradostateplan.com/content_standards.htm

Colorado Career & Technical Education Standards Academic Alignment Reference System


The Career & Technical Education standards have been organized by Career Cluster (17) and Pathway (81). In addition, a set of “Essential Skills” was developed to ensure the Postsecondary and Workforce Readiness within any cluster or pathway. These workforce readiness skills are applicable to all career clusters and should form the basis of each CTE program.
Organization
Essential Skills

There exists a common set of knowledge and skills that are applicable to all students regardless of which cluster or pathway they choose. This set of standards, is meant for inclusion in each program to enhance the development of postsecondary and workforce readiness skills.


Career Cluster

A Career Cluster is a grouping of occupations and broad industries based on commonalities. The 17 Career Clusters organize academic and occupational knowledge and skills into a coherent course sequence and identify pathways from secondary schools to two- and four-year colleges, graduate schools, and the workplace. Students learn in school about what they can do in the future. This connection to future goals motivates students to work harder and enroll in more rigorous courses.


Career Pathway

Pathways are sub-groupings of occupations/career specialties used as an organizing tool for curriculum design and instruction. Occupations/career specialties are grouped into Pathways based on the fact that they require a set of common knowledge and skills for career success.


Prepared Completer Competency

This level targets the “big ideas” in each pathway. These are the competencies that all students who complete a CTE pathway must master to ensure their success in a postsecondary and workforce setting. Prepared Completer Competencies will not usually be “course” specific but grow with the student’s progression through the sequence of courses.


Concept/Skill

The articulation of the concepts and skills that indicates a student is making progress toward being a prepared completer. They answer the question: What do students need to know and be able to do?


Evidence Outcome

The indication that a student is meeting an expectation at the mastery level. How do we know that a student can do it? Pathway Abbreviation (4 Letter)



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