Wisconsin Intercollegiate Athletic Conference

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  • Personal Statement Of Purpose: A Career In College

    After contemplating, I narrowed down the search between two colleges, The University of Wisconsin River Falls, The University of Wisconsin Eau Claire. After considerable research on both of the colleges, and after weighing many factors, I came to the decision that The University of Wisconsin Eau Claire is best for me. Academic Program To begin my analysis, I compared the academic programs at the two schools. The major difference in the academic programs at the two schools is that River Falls does not offer a software engineering degree, only a general computer science degree. Eau Claire, on the other hand, offers both a software engineering degree along with a computer science degree. At this point, I feel as if a computer science degree would better suit my needs, so this is not a large determining factor. The UWRF website summarizes their computer science program by stating that the program will gives students a basic understanding…

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  • Recreational Therapist

    A recreational therapist plans, directs,and coordinates treatments for people with disabilities, injuries, or illnesses. They do activities with the patience such as arts and crafts, music, dancing, aquatics, and also some sports. Recreational therapists work in places like hospitals, nursing facilities, retirement homes, etc. The qualities needed to be a recreational therapist are: social skills, listening abilities,and being able to instruct a person. A person whose strength is listening,…

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  • Definition Of Physical Education

    The American Association for the Advancement of Physical Education was formed in 1885 and the Amateur Athletic Union was founded three years later. A conference on physical training was held in Boston in 1889. Three years later Ohio passed a mandatory physical education law, to be followed by Wisconsin (1897), North Dakota (1899), Pennsylvania (1901), Michigan (1911) and Idaho (1913). Between 1915 and 1925, 21 more states passed laws enforcing different levels of physical education in schools.…

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