This month’s featured module is the Personality in Sport and Exercise Module. The Module was developed by Karla Kubitz, reviewed, and published to the Resource Bank in 2015. This class is part of the undergraduate curriculum for students majoring in Physical Education/ Teacher Education, Athletic Training, and/ or Sport Management. It is also an elective class for any student in any major across campus. Students are typically junior or senior standing and have completed an introductory psychology class.
The Module focuses on four learning goals. The Learning Goals are:
• The students will identify the dimensions, the levels, and the personality characteristics of the Martens model of personality.
• The students will classify statements illustrating various personality characteristics (i.e., beliefs, personality traits, and personality states) according to their levels in the Martens model of personality.
• The students will decide which of several sentences in a case study best illustrates a selected personality characteristic in the Martens model of personality.
• The students will use correlational data to decide which of several personality characteristics in the Martens model of personality would be the most problematic/ most important to change.
The Personality in Sport and Exercise Module includes 5 personality module readiness assurance questions and 3 application exercises.
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