Sports psychology fits in to the current pedagalocal compentencies currently adopted by the Ministere de l'education. Below you will find a table that outlines the compentency, specific tasks that are asked from students as well as specific exercises that are done with the students.
The three competencies in physical education are:
1) Performs movement skills in different physical activity
2) Interacts with others in different physical activity settings
3) Adopts a healthy active lifestyle
Below is a table that outlines just a few of the ways that sports psychology can apply the competencies as required by the ``Ministere de l'education de loisir et du sports``. It is based on the Progression of Learning in Secondary Schools
|Compency||Specific.Topic||Specific Exercises in Sports Psychology||Other.Examples|
|Interacts with others in different physical activity settings||Students work on Highlights (show me) Topic example, how can you get more involved in your community.|
|Adopts a healthy active lifestyle||
Page 24 (knows the rules of the sport)
Students work on Highlights (show me)
Knowledge of the rules. Courses are given based on rules of the sport. View the hockey category by enrolling in the 2010 by clicking here and using the enrollment key cmonref
|Adopts a healthy active lifestyle||Page 22 uses mental imagery||View Rubric that I designed for this subject||View video that I apply in the tennis academy that I operate in the summer|
|Adopts a healthy active lifestyle||Names the psychological benefits of an active lifestyle (p20)||Masters thesis written on the psychological characteristics of peak performance supervised by Montreal Canadiens sports psychologist. (read it).|
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