Registration now open for Winter 2011 Sport Performance Program Series
- December 14, 2010 5:54am
Is athletic talent limited to the few who are lucky enough to be born with it?
In what ways does stress effect the body?
How can physical activity be taught across the curriculum?
Discover the answers to these questions and more, while earning salary increment units to increase your pay! The Sport Performance Program is available in two easy home-study formats: printed or online program. Enroll in up to three, self-paced graduate courses from WASC-accredited Cal State East Bay.
This program is designed for
K-12 teachers who aim to climb up the salary pay schedule and hone their teaching skills
Coaches whose goal is to maximize participation and enjoyment for their athletes at all levels
Teachers who would benefit from a greater understanding of physical activity
Educators who wish to mitigate the negative effects of stress, infuse physical activity across the curriculum, and foster peak athletic ability in all students
For more information, contact CSUEB's Department of Continuing & International Education at email@example.com or (510) 885-3605
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