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Donna Campbell

Health Sciences
Associate Professor of Physical Education

Bowen 219
229.391.5414
dcampbell@abac.edu
Box 47


 

 

2017 Fall Class Schedule

 

Bowling:  Mon. & Wed. 10:00 and 11:00 classes

Health and Wellness:  Mon. & Wed. 2:00 and 3:00 classes

Husc 2114:  Tues. & Thurs. 11:00 class

Golf I:  Tues. & Thurs. 2:00 and 3:30 classes

Office Hours 

Mon. & Wed. – 1:00-2:00 & 4:00-5:00

Tues. & Thurs. – 8:30-11:00 & 12:15-12:45

Fri – By appointment only (request via email)

 

Resources

Health and Wellness (Mon. & Wed. 2:00 class)

Resources/Links

» Syllabus
» CONNECT Address M & W 2:00 class
» Power Points Ch. 1
» Power Points Ch. 2
» Power Points Ch. 14
» Staying Healthy

2 hours. Designed to provide the student with knowledge of current health problems including physical fitness, nutrition, and major diseases, and to encourage application of this knowledge for healthful living.

Health and Wellness (Mon. & Wed. 3:00 class)

Resources/Links

» Syllabus
» CONNECT Address M & W 3:00 class
» Power Points Ch. 3
» Power Points Ch. 11

2 hours. Designed to provide the student with knowledge of current health problems including physical fitness, nutrition, and major diseases, and to encourage application of this knowledge for healthful living.

HUSC 2114 (Tues. & Thurs. 11:00 class)

Resources/Links

» Syllabus

3 hours. This course uses a lifespan perspective to focus on current issues in wellness and the human experience. The three main areas of critical analysis will be the collective societal implications on issues of wellness, nutrition and weight management, and stress. Students will use critical thinking and effective communication skills to analyze, defend and/or refute positions regarding current information on wellness topics. Through service learning opportunities, students will use theory, evidence and values to promote wellness.

Bowling (Mon. & Wed. 10:00 and 11:00 classes)

Resources/Links

» Syllabus

COURSE DESCRIPTION: 1 hour. A course designed for students interested in developing the basic
fundamentals of bowling. Skill instruction will cover approach and delivery, strikes, and spares.
Classroom instruction will cover scoring and rules.

Golf I (2:00 & 3:30 classes)

Resources/Links

» Syllabus

1 hour. A course which covers the basic fundamental skills in golf. Its purpose is to provide each student with a working knowledge of the game. Class will cover terminology, rules and etiquette. Class will also cover practical skills of driving, chipping and putting. Class is held at Forest Lakes Golf Course. Students must provide their own transportation to and from the course