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  • Trends in teaching biomechanics

    This is a call for help from those of you who teach biomechanics at the
    undergraduate and graduate level. We are trying to identify trends in the
    teaching of biomechanics in physical education/ kinesiology by
    comparing/analyzing course syllabi and school requirements. Your input is
    greatly needed and appreciated.

    To help with this project, please forward the following by e-mail or
    #1 Course syllabus (any course you teach in biomechanics)
    #2 Pre-requisite requirements related to the above course
    #3 The number of courses offerred and/or required of physical
    education majors related to biomechanics or movement science (including
    'functional anatomy' courses)

    Please also note whether or not your department offers graduate
    degrees. A summary of replies identifying commonalities and differences
    will be posted upon completion of the project. Again,any help is
    greatly appreciated.

    Reply to or
    Fax #: (940)898-2581

    Amy Ables, ABD
    Department of Kinesiology
    Texas Woman's University
    Denton, TX 76204

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