Welcome to Sports Therapy and Anatomy/Physiology with Mrs. Lee
Instructor: Mrs. Lehua LeeLocation:Mission Valley ROP, Room224Irvington High School, Room P9Contact Information:Phone: 510-657-1865 x15224 or 510-656-5711Email: firstname.lastname@example.org or email@example.comClass Schedule 2018-2019:
Industry Sector: Health Science and Medical Technology
- 7:30 - 9:30 am (ROP Center) - Sports Therapy 1 & 2 (2-Hour)
- IHS 3rd Period - Anatomy & Physiology for Medical Careers
- IHS 4th Period - Sports Therapy 1 (1-Hour)
- 1:00 - 3:00 pm (ROP Center) - Sports Therapy 1 & 2 (2-Hour)
UC/CSU A-G Courses: Sports Therapy meets the Area "g" College-Preparatory Elective requirement and starting 2019-2020, Anatomy & Physiology meets the Area "d" Laboratory Science requirement.
- Students in Sports Therapy that earn a B- or better can earn college credits at Chabot College.
- Students in Anatomy & Physiology for Medical Careers that earn a B- or better can earn college credits at Ohlone College.
Mrs. Lee's Class Calendar
About Mrs. Lee:I started out as a high school student in a ROP Sports Therapy class. I went on to UC Davis where I earned a BS in Physical Education. While at Davis, I had the opportunity to participate in a 4-year internship with their athletic training department. After graduation, I became a Certified Athletic Trainer and worked as a teacher and athletic trainer for a high school in San Jose. I also continued my education, earning two teaching credentials and a master's degree. My journey has now come full circle, as I am now teaching Sports Therapy in a ROP program. This is my 23rd year as a teacher and my 14th here at Mission Valley ROP.My philosophy for teaching is that the students should have fun, be engaged and learn something at the same time. I recognize that not all students will pursue a career in health/medicine, therefore I emphasize skills that they will be able to use throughout their life. As an ROP teacher, there is also an emphasis placed on personal responsibility and professionalism.Anatomy & Physiology Links:Anatomy Arcade: Whack a Bone and Whack a Muscle are good ways to review.Sports Therapy Links:Far West Athletic Trainers' Association: For athletic trainers residing in California, Nevada, and Hawaii.Learn How to Become: Gives descriptions and information on various sports-related fields. Includes links to other resources.NATA Search for Accredited Athletic Training Programs: Look for colleges that have athletic training programs approved by the NATA.Nation Athletic Trainers' Association: The National Athletic Trainers’ Association (NATA) is the professional membership association for certified athletic trainers and others who support the athletic training profession. Founded in 1950, the NATA has grown to more than 30,000 members worldwide today. The majority of certified athletic trainers choose to be members of the NATA – to support their profession, and to receive a broad array of membership benefits.ROP Portfolio Links:High School Resume Example with Summary: Tips on writing high school resumes. How to write a professional summary.Resumes and Cover Letters for High School and Beyond!: Includes high school resume organizer. Do's and Don'ts for resume writing. Format for cover letter.
College Credits Earned:
2017-2018: 22 students in Mrs. Lee's Anatomy and Physiology for Medical Careers classes earned 4.0 credits from Ohlone College for BIOL 104: Basic Human Anatomy and Physiology and 3 students in Mrs. Lee's Sports Therapy 1 classes earned 4.0 credits from Chabot College for KINE 2: Introduction to Athletic Training.
2016-2017: 32 students in Mrs. Lee's Anatomy and Physiology for Medical Careers classes earned 4.0 credits from Ohlone College for BIOL 104: Basic Human Anatomy and Physiology and 1 student in Mrs. Lee's Sports Therapy 1 class earned 4.0 credits from Chabot College for KIN 2: Introduction to Athletic Training.