5 edition of The Department of Physical Education and Hygiene in Amherst College. found in the catalog.
|Statement||By Prof. Edward Hitchcock, M.D.|
|LC Classifications||GV367.A5 H5|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||10|
|LC Control Number||07007343|
Department of History including Ancient Indian History, Culture, and Archaeology Alternate: H.N. Bahuguna Garhwal University. Dept. of History including Ancient Indian History, Culture, and Archaeology (1 record) Department of Hygiene and Physical Education in Amherst College Alternate: Amherst College. Physical education is academic discipline influencing the cognitive, affective, and psychomotor domains, promoting the development of the total individual by means of selected movement experiences and physical activities. As a structured portion of education, it has been in existence only about years when a department of Physical Education and Hygiene was established at Amherst College .
teacher of PE and director of the department of hygiene and physical culture (this was the first department of its kind) at Amherst College; he is the one to thank for physical fitness tests; he personalized his hygiene program for each students by using anthropometric measurements; first president of AAHPERD (elected at the Adelphi Conference); his system: collected pre- and post. Department of Physical Education and Hygiene in Amherst College. First issued by the class of while juniors. Amherst, MA, Flint A. A Text-Book of Human Physiology; Designed for the Use of Practitioners and Students of Medicine. New York: D. Appleton, (2nd ed., rev. and cor. ; 3rd ed., rev. and cor.
Caption title; signed by author on p. 3. Report of the professor of physical education and hygiene to the trustees of Amherst College for the year The Amherst College Department of Physical Education and Hygiene was established in and was the first department of its kind in the country. The importance placed on physical education and exercise at the College led to athletic competitions with other nearby institutions, a practice that was uncommon in the United States prior to the.
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Amherst College Department of Hygiene and Physical Education was formed in ; it was the first physical education program at an institution of higher education in the United States. The first professor in the department was John W.
Hooker, who was. Additional Physical Format: Print version: Hitchcock, Edward, Department of Physical Education and Hygiene in Amherst College. Boston, Rand, Avery, & Co., A report of twenty years experience in the Department of Physical Education and Hygiene in Amherst College, to the Board of Trustees by Amherst College.
Dept. of Physical Education and Hygiene. [from old catalog]; Hitchcock, Edward, ; YA Pamphlet Collection (Library of Pages: 1. Author(s): Hitchcock,Edward,; Seelye,H H(Hiram Henry),; Amherst College. Department of Hygiene and Physical Education.
Title(s): An anthropometric manual: giving the average and mean physical measurements and tests of male college students and methods of securing them/ by Dr.
Hitchcock and Dr. H.H. Seelye. – The college hires Dr. Edward Hitchcock Jr. to lead its new Department of Physical Education and Hygiene. – Tanaka Fujimoro, Japan’s first vice minister of education, visits the U.S.
and returns recommending the “Amherst Plan” as the model of physical education for Japanese students. By Amherst College. Department of Physical Education and Hygiene. and Edward Hitchcock. Bya formal department of Physical Education and Hygiene was established to provide fitness training and coordinate the sports teams, with a separate women’s program following inhowever unlike most other universities, athletics were de-emphasized at UMass for many years, remaining more or less stagnant until the post Amherst College.
Department of Hygiene and Physical Education. Title(s): A report of twenty years experience in the Department of Physical Education and Hygiene in Amherst College: to the Board of Trustees, J Country of Publication: United States Publisher: Amherst, Mass.: Press of C.A.
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The institution was named after the town, which in turn had been named after Jeffery, Lord Amherst. The Department of Physical Education and Hygiene in Amherst College. By Prof. Edward Hitchcock, M.D. Edward Hitchcock, Jr., (–) Amherst College Professor of Hygiene and Physical Education, devoted his academic career to the scientific study of physical exercise, training and the body.
Coauthored text on exercise physiology. In he was called to Amherst to head the newly created Department of Physical Education and Hygiene, the first of its kind in the country. Hitchcock believed in the importance of sound physical health for college students so that the mind could accomplish its best work and the students could look forward to "the promised labor of a long life.".
A manual of the gymnastic exercises as practiced by the junior class in Amherst College, Amherst, Mass. prepared under the direction of Edward Hitchcock Hitchcock, Edward, [ Microform, Book: ] The Department of Physical Education and Hygiene in Amherst College.
By Prof. Edward Hitchcock, M.D Hitchcock, Edward Also: "The Department of Physical Education and Hygiene in Amherst College" by Edward Hitchcock. Published by Rand, Avery & Co. Boston: Orange printed front wrapper. 10 pages of text. Lacks rear wrapper.
Also: "A Report of Twenty Years Experience in the Department of Physical Education and Hygiene in Amherst College, to the Board of Trustees. Amherst College was one of the first educational institutions to recognize the benefits of systematic exercise of the body as a complement to the education of the mind.
The college established the Department of Physical Education and Hygiene in and appointed Edward “Doc’ Hitchcock, M.D. (AC ) to be its head. The UMass Amherst College of Education offers undergraduate and graduate programs shaped by a fundamental commitment to social justice.
Amherst College South Pleasant Street Amherst, MA () Hired in to lead the Department of Physical Education and Hygiene, Hitchcock Jr. established a routine of medical exams for new students, exercise, a course in hygiene and treatment for the sick.
While some colleges already had infirmaries, Amherst was the first to have a comprehensive program with an on-site physician. Amherst Today Fast Facts & FAQs Amherst Pride Diversity & Inclusion Literary Amherst Amherst Magazine Our Alumni Our President Science at Amherst The Academic Experience Departments & Majors Our Faculty Course Catalog Our Open Curriculum The Five College Consortium Experiential Learning Global Learning Academic Advising & Support Academic Calendar.
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History of Physical Education Chapter 1 Hitchcock was the director of the Department of Hygiene and Physical Culture at Amherst College in Massachusetts, the first of such departments. He required his students to engage in physical training four days a week.Department of Hygiene and Physical Education in director for the department of Hygiene and Physical Culture at Amherst College, (Massachusetts) created 1st college-level teacher preparation program in physical education for credit in the U.S.
William Anderson.Additional Physical Format: Print version: Allen, Nathan, Physical culture in Amherst college. Lowell, Mass., Stone & Huse, (OCoLC)