These courses are approved by Alberta Education. It is intended to provide learning opportunities for the increasing number of active student athletes enrolled in High School that are additional to the physical and tactical aspects of a sport. The sports community recognizes the importance of learning proper foundations for training, sport psychology, sports nutrition, skill acquisition and personal development. These skills will contribute to athletic performance, but will also help to shape a productive caring citizen of our community in the future.

Sports Performance 15 Hockey

Course Outline


Students will obtain five credits by studying the following CTS Modules:
  • HSS 1020 Nutrition
  • REC 1040 Foundations for Training
  • REC 1050 Sport Psychology
  • REC 1910 REC Project A
  • HSS 1910 HSS Project A
Course Fees cover the following:
  • Guest Speakers
  • Ice Rentals
  • Off Campus Activities
  • On Campus Guest Instructors
Assessment:

There will be no scheduled Final Examination for the course, however there is an in class comprehensive final exam for each module. Each module will receive a separate final grade. Students must complete all five modules in order to continue on to Sports Performance 25.

Assessment tools to be used for evaluating modules may include one or more of the following:
  • Assignments/Quizzes
  • Attitude and Cooperation
  • Attendance and Participation (Effort)
  • Journals, Portfolios or Logbooks
  • Projects, Reports & Presentations
  • Unit Tests

Sports Performance 25 Hockey

Course Outline


Students will obtain five credits by studying the following CTS Modules:


Course Fees cover the following:
  • Guest Speakers
  • Ice Rentals
  • Off Campus Activities
  • On Campus Guest Instructors
Assessment:

There will be no scheduled Final Examination for the course, however there is an in class comprehensive final exam for each module. Each module will receive a separate final grade. Students must complete all five modules in order to continue on to Sports Performance 35.

Assessment tools to be used for evaluating modules may include one or more of the following:
  • Assignments/Quizzes
  • Attitude and Cooperation
  • Attendance and Participation (Effort)
  • Journals, Portfolios or Logbooks
  • Projects, Reports & Presentations
  • Unit Tests

Sports Performance 35 Hockey

Course Outline


Students will obtain five credits by studying the following CTS Modules:
  • REC 3140 – Sport and Society and Coaching
  • REC 2060 – Leadership in Recreation and Sport
  • REC 3910 – Rec Project D
  • REC 3920 – Rec Project E
  • REC 3050 – Sport Psychology 3
  • Option – REC 3130 – Officiating
Course Fees cover the following:
  • Guest Speakers
  • Ice Rentals
  • Off Campus Activities
  • On Campus Guest Instructors
Assessment:

There will be no scheduled Final Examination for the course, however there is an in class comprehensive final exam for each module. Each module will receive a separate final grade.

Assessment tools to be used for evaluating modules may include one or more of the following:
  • Assignments/Quizzes
  • Attitude and Cooperation
  • Attendance and Participation (Effort)
  • Journals, Portfolios or Logbooks
  • Projects, Reports & Presentations
  • Unit Tests

Course Outlines

These courses are approved by Alberta Education. It is intended to provide learning opportunities for the increasing number of active student athletes enrolled in High School that are additional to the physical and tactical aspects of a sport. The sports community recognizes the importance of learning proper foundations for training, sport psychology, sports nutrition, skill acquisition and personal development. These skills will contribute to athletic performance, but will also help to shape a productive caring citizen of our community in the future.

Sports Performance 15 Hockey

Course Outline


Students will obtain five credits by studying the following CTS Modules:
  • HSS 1020 Nutrition
  • REC 1040 Foundations for Training
  • REC 1050 Sport Psychology
  • REC 1910 REC Project A
  • HSS 1910 HSS Project A
Course Fees cover the following:
  • Guest Speakers
  • Ice Rentals
  • Off Campus Activities
  • On Campus Guest Instructors
Assessment:

There will be no scheduled Final Examination for the course, however there is an in class comprehensive final exam for each module. Each module will receive a separate final grade. Students must complete all five modules in order to continue on to Sports Performance 25.

Assessment tools to be used for evaluating modules may include one or more of the following:
  • Assignments/Quizzes
  • Attitude and Cooperation
  • Attendance and Participation (Effort)
  • Journals, Portfolios or Logbooks
  • Projects, Reports & Presentations
  • Unit Tests

Sports Performance 25 Hockey

Course Outline


Students will obtain five credits by studying the following CTS Modules:


Course Fees cover the following:
  • Guest Speakers
  • Ice Rentals
  • Off Campus Activities
  • On Campus Guest Instructors
Assessment:

There will be no scheduled Final Examination for the course, however there is an in class comprehensive final exam for each module. Each module will receive a separate final grade. Students must complete all five modules in order to continue on to Sports Performance 35.

Assessment tools to be used for evaluating modules may include one or more of the following:
  • Assignments/Quizzes
  • Attitude and Cooperation
  • Attendance and Participation (Effort)
  • Journals, Portfolios or Logbooks
  • Projects, Reports & Presentations
  • Unit Tests

Sports Performance 35 Hockey

Course Outline


Students will obtain five credits by studying the following CTS Modules:
  • REC 3140 – Sport and Society and Coaching
  • REC 2060 – Leadership in Recreation and Sport
  • REC 3910 – Rec Project D
  • REC 3920 – Rec Project E
  • REC 3050 – Sport Psychology 3
  • Option – REC 3130 – Officiating
Course Fees cover the following:
  • Guest Speakers
  • Ice Rentals
  • Off Campus Activities
  • On Campus Guest Instructors
Assessment:

There will be no scheduled Final Examination for the course, however there is an in class comprehensive final exam for each module. Each module will receive a separate final grade.

Assessment tools to be used for evaluating modules may include one or more of the following:
  • Assignments/Quizzes
  • Attitude and Cooperation
  • Attendance and Participation (Effort)
  • Journals, Portfolios or Logbooks
  • Projects, Reports & Presentations
  • Unit Tests