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MARSTON, R.E., Ph.D.

Professor of Physical Education

University of Northern Iowa

119 WRC

Cedar Falls, Iowa 50614-0241

319/273-6882

ripley.marston@uni.edu



EDUCATIONAL BACKGROUND

Ph.D. The University of Iowa 1981 Curriculum and Instruction

M.S. University of Tennessee 1974 Physical Education-elementary

B.S. James Madison University 1972 Health and Physical Education



PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE

Professor University of Northern Iowa 2003- present

Associate Professor University of Northern Iowa 1987-2003

Assistant Professor University of Northern Iowa 1982-1987

Instructor University of Northern Iowa 1976-1982

Teacher, (P.E. Elem.) Lynchburg Public Schools 1974-1976

Graduate Assistant (Elem.) University of Tennessee 1973-1974

Teacher, (P.E. Elem) Lynchburg Public Schools 1972-1973



PUBLICATIONS
Books/Contributions in Books
Marston, R. (2012). The History of Intercollegiate Men’s and Women’s Gymnastics at the University of Northern Iowa. In J. Kelly (ed), Tutors to Panthers: A brief history of UNI athletics. (pp163-182). Cedar falls, Iowa: Woolverton Printing.
Marston, R. (2011). Junk Equipment, in Carrie Scheidel, (editor), No to Low Cost Ways to Promote Physical Activity , published by Team Nutrition of Iowa, Iowa Department of Education, Des moines, Iowa.
Marston, R. (2007). Why Teach Movement? Some basic beliefs and Premises, in K. Finn (editor), The Play Book- Preschool Lessons for Active Youngsters, (pp11-16). Youth and Obesity Institute, Cedar Falls, Iowa.
Marston, R. (2007). Getting Started: What should young children know or be able to do?, , in K. Finn (editor), The Play Book- Preschool Lessons for Active Youngsters, (pp21-24). Youth and Obesity Institute, Cedar Falls, Iowa.

Books/Contributions in Books - con’t
Marston, R. (2003). Great Activities' Parachute Book,with CD, Second Edition. Durham North Carolina: Great Activities Publishing Company.
Hanson, J., Krogh, J., Marston, R., Olberding, R., & Sewell, J. (2001) Physical Fun For Little Ones: Activities for 3 to 5 year olds. Des Moines, IA: Iowa Department of Education.
Holt/Hale, S., Parker, M. and others (2000). Appropriate Practices for Elementary School Physical Education, AAHPERD Publications, Reston, Virginia. ( I was one of twenty secondary contributors to the information contained in the publication).

Marston, R. (1992). Kindergym Staff Handbook. (provided physical movement content and scheduling program), University of Northern Iowa, Cedar Falls, Iowa.
Marston, R. (1989). Great Activities' Parachute Book. Durham North Carolina: Great Activities Publishing Company.
Marston, R. (1987). “Balloons” and “Spinning Targets”, in Making and Using Creative Play Equipment by Jim Stillwell, Human Kinetics Publishers, Indinapolis, IN. pgs 26 +90
Marston, R. (1986). The Games Curriculum. A chapter in the Iowa Department of Education's Project Excellent Book, Physical Education: Activities and Programs for Special Needs Students, Des Moines, Iowa, 193-261.
Marston R. (1984). Parachutes in the mainstream: More than just games. Cedar Falls, Iowa, University of Northern Iowa Print Services.
Marston, R. (1980). Folk and Disco Parachute Dances. Cedar Falls, Iowa, University of Northern Iowa Print Services.

International/National - (Peer Reviewed/Refereed)
Fontant, F., Furtado, O., Marston, R., Mazzardo, O. & Gallagheer, J.(2013) Anti-Fat Bias Among Physical Education Teachers and Majors, The Physical Educator,70(1), 15-30.
Leech, Trey & Marston, R. (2013). A review of Elementary Physical Education Curriculum and Instruction y Inez Rovegno and Dianna Bandhauer, The Global Journal of Health and Physical Education Pedagogy, 2(1).
Kidwell, R., Fontana, F., Finn, K. & Marston, R. (2011). Step-count guidelines for sixth grade students using reveiveer operating charaacteristics and accelerometry, ACSM abstract, May.
International/National - (Peer Reviewed/Refereed) Con’t
Marston, R. Five tips for selecting group activities (2008) [online] Available:

http://www.pdkmembers.org/members_online/publications/ClassTips/Tips_Dec08.pdf


Napper-Owens, G., Marston, R., Van Volkinburg, P., Afeman, H., & Brewer, J. (2008) What Constitutes A Highly Qualified Physical Education Teacher?, Journal of Physical Education, Recreation and Dance, 79(8), 26-30.
Phillips, C. and Marston, R. (2008) Using the Teacher Work Sample To Assess The Impact Of PETE Program Changes Upon Student Teachers’ Performance, The Physical Educator, 65(3), 146-156.
Van Volkinburg, P., Marston, R., & Owens, G., (2008) The Highly Qualified Physical Education Teacher: Traveling the Profesional pathway, Strategies, 21(4), 33-36.
Owens, G., Marston, R., Van Volkinburg, P., Afeman, H. & Brewer, J. (2007) What Constitutes A Highly Qualified Physical Education Teacher; this is the official position paper of the National Association for Sport and Physical Education. Located at: http://www.aahperd.org/naspe/pdf_files/HiQualified.pdf
Owens, G., Marston, R., Van Volkinburg, P., Afeman, H. & Brewer, J. (2007) What Constitutes A Highly Qualified Physical Education Teacher. Strategies, 20(5), 28-29.
Marston, R. (2004). An Early Childhood Movement Laboratory Model: Kindergym. Teaching Elementayr Physical Education (TEPE), 15(2), 6-9.
Ahrabi-Fard, I., Edginton, C., and Marston, R. (2004). Developing the Physically Educated Student. A 21st Century Challenge for Physical Educators. Journal of Physical Education and Recreation (Hong Kong). 10(2), 8-14.
Marston, R. (2002). Addressing the University’s Tripartite Mission Through an Early Childhood Movement Program. The Journal of Physical Education, Recreation and Dance (JOPERD), 73(5), 35-41.
Phillips, C., Marston, R., and Hart, M. (2001) Practitioner’s Perceived Importance of Physical Education Teaching Preparation Program Components. Fascicula Educatie Fizica Si Sport, Universitatii Din Oradea, Romania, 110-123

Marston, R. (2001). Implications of National Standards for Physical Education Upon Early Childhood Movement Programs, Teaching Elementary Physical Education, 12(5), 6-8.
Williams, B. & Marston, R. Recognizing Movement Injuries in Children. (2001) The Journal of Physical Education, Recreation and Dance (JOPERD), 72(6), 29-32 + 37.

International/National - (Peer Reviewed/Refereed) Con’t
Marston, R., Gober, B., Gibson, J. and Burgeson, C. (1998). Instant Games: Pour In Innovative Activities and Mix with Kids for Quick Action. The Early Childhood Institute

Proceedings, University of Georgia Cooperative Extension Service, Tifton, GA. pp 141-148
Marston, R., Gober, B., Gibson, J. and Burgeson, C. (1998). Movement Moments for Busy Bodies. The Early Childhood Institute Proceedings, University of Georgia Cooperative Extension Service, Tifton, GA. pp 149-156
Marston, R. (1996). Active Lifestyles for Young Children. Teaching Elementary Physical Education, 7(6), 22-25.
Marston, R. (1994). Constructing Equipment from Recycled Materials. The Journal of Physical Education, Recreation and Dance (JOPERD), 65(8), 44-46.
Marston, R. (1993). Developing Professionalism at the Undergraduate Level. The Journal of Physical Education, Recreation and Dance (JOPERD), 64(7), 36-37 & 40.
Marston, R. (1992, July/August). A Cycle of Fitness. Family Day Caring, pp. 4-5.
Marston, R. & Thissen-Midler, M. (1991, July/August). Why choose cooperative games? Family DayCaring, pp. 12-14.
Marston, R. (1990). Introducing COPEC. Teaching Elementary Physical Education, 1(5), 15.
Marston, R. (1990). The portrayal of physical activities on Saturday morning children's programming. The Physical Educator, 47(2), 14-21.
Marston, R. and Grimm, N. (1989). Cooperation in special all-school events-field day. Journal of Physical Education, Recreation and Dance, 60(7), 67-69.

Ritson, R., Gober, B., Hennefer, N., Boucher, A., LeBreck, C., Marston, R., and Hanson, M. (1988). Guidelines for Elementary School Physical Education, (revised position paper), American Alliance for Health, Physical Education, Recreation and Dance, Reston, VA.


Marston, R. (1984). Perceived influence of P.L. 94-142 upon selected components of the elementary school physical education teaching environment. Journal of Research and Development in Education, 17(2), 36-42.
Marston, R. (1984). Channel variation and attitudes in preservice teachers towards handicapped elementary students. International Journal of Instructional Media,11(3), 209-221.

International/National - (Peer Reviewed/Refereed) Con’t
Marston, R. (1983). Teacher perceptions from mainstreamed versus non-mainstreamed teaching environments. The Physical Educator, 40(1), 8-15.

Marston, R. (1983). Kids on the block. Instructor, 39(1), 48 and 52.
Marston, R. (1981). Improvising elementary physical education equipment. Ontario Physical and Health Education Association Journal, 7(3), 54-62.
Marston, R. (1980). Give 'em rhythm. Instructor, 89(8), 67-68.

Marston, R. (1980). Chutes and learners. Teacher, 98(3), 67-66.
Marston, R. (1979). Homemade 'stoppers'. The Physical Educator, 36(4), 212-213.
Marston, R. (1978). The spinning target machine. The Physical Educator, 35(3), 149-150.
Marston, R. (1992). Lesson Builders: Body Awareness Utilizing Environmental Areas. Movement Today, Sept/Oct, pp. 1-2.
Marston, R. (1990). Teacher's Guide for Group problem solving through movement. Marketed by Sportime, Inc., Atlanta, GA.
Marston, R. (1988). Parachute dances. The Great Activities Newspaper, 6(4), 11-13.
Marston, R. (1981). Improvising elementary physical education equipment. Physical Education Newsletter, 123, 3-5.

State

Marston, R. (2010). IAHPERD should focus on “Going Back to the Future”. Iowa Association for Health, Physical Education Recreation and Dance Update, Fall, Vol 44(1), pp 21-23.
Marston, R. and Fontana, F. (2008). Sport Stacking as an Assessment of Hand-Eye Coordination. Iowa Association for Health, Physical Education Recreation and Dance Update, Fall, Vol 41(2), pp 17-18.
Marston, R. (2004). Are You Teaching the Code? Iowa Association for Health, Physical Education Recreation and Dance Update, Spring issue, pp 8-9.
Marston, R. (2004) President’s Farewell Message. Iowa Association for Health, Physical Education Recreation and Dance Journal (IAHPERD), Vol 37 (1) pp 12-14.

State con’t
Marston, R. (2002). Gymnastics in Early Childhood Movement Programs. Iowa Association for Health, Physical Education Recreation and Dance Journal (IAHPERD),

34 (2), 4-7.


Marston, R., Phillips, C. and Ahrabi-Fard. (1999). Curriculum Content in Iowa’s Secondary Schools. Iowa Association for Health, Physical Education Recreation and Dance Journal (IAHPERD), 33, (1), pp 6-12.
Marston, R. (1991). What are your three primary goals for elementary school

physical educators? Iowa Association for Health, Physical Education Recreation and Dance Journal (IAHPERD), 24(1), 8-9.


Marston, R. (1988). How are our students shaping up. Iowa School Board Dialogue, 38(5), 7-8.
Marston, R. (1986). Elementary school gymnastics: A trilogy of safety. The Virginia Journal, 9(1), 23-24.
Marston, R. (1986). The Iowa Department of Public Instruction's five year plan: Implications for physical education. IAHPERD JOURNAL, 19(1), 4-6.
Marston, R. (1985). The IAHPERD state convention and the professional physical educator. A manuscript developed for IAHPERD public relations tape.
Marston, R. (1984). Who's teaching the children. IAHPERD Journal, 16(2), 16.
Marston, R. (1981). On comparing apples and oranges. IAHPERD Journal, 14(1), 8.
Marston, R. (1981). Discipline in elementary physical education. IAHPERD Journal, 13(3), 10 and 18.
Marston, R. (1979). Inexpensive health, physical education and safety material. IAHPERD Journal, 12(1), 14.
Marston, R. (1978). Parachuting at the elementary level: More than just the physical. IAHPERD Journal, 11(2), 9-10.

GRANTS SUBMITTED AND FUNDED
57 Fund Grant, Center for the Enhancement of Teaching, Fall 2012 ($250)
Technology Grant, College of Education, Fall 2012 ($3551)
GRANTS SUBMITTED AND FUNDED con’t
57 Fund Grant, Center for the Enhancement of Teaching, Fall 2011 ($250)
57 Fund Grant, Center for the Enhancement of Teaching, Spring 2012 ($250)
Technology Grant, College of Education, Fall 2010 ($2525)
Technology Grant, College of Education, Fall 2010 ($7779) with Fontana & Leech
57 Fund Grant, Center for the Enhancement of Teaching, Fall 2010 ($250)
57 Fund Grant, Center for the Enhancement of Teaching, Spring 2011 ($250)
57 Fund Grant, Center for the Enhancement of Teaching, Spring 2011 ($250)
57 Fund Grant, Center for the Enhancement of Teaching, Fall 2010 ($250)
Technology Grant- College of Education Fall 2010 ($2,526)
57 Fund Grant, Center for the Enhancement of Teaching, Spring 2010 ($250)
57 Fund Grant, Center for the Enhancement of Teaching, Fall 2009 ($250)
Technology Grant- College of Education Fall 2008 ($1,192)
57 Fund Grant, Center for the Enhancement of Teaching, Spring 2009 ($250)
57 Fund Grant, Center for the Enhancement of Teaching, Fall 2008 ($250)
COE Travel Grant for Price lab School Project, Spring 2008 ($879)
PECAT Workshop Grant, IAHPERD, Fall 2007 ($500)
57 Fund Grant, Center for the Enhancement of Teaching, Fall 2007 ($250)


57 Fund Grant Center for the Enhancement of Teaching, Spring 2007 ($250)

Technology Grant College of Education Fall 2006 ($3,523)


57 Fund Grant, Center for the Enhancement of Teaching, Fall 2006 ($250)
‘57 Fund Grant, Center for the Enhancement of Teaching, Spring 2006. ($250)
‘57 Fund Grant, Center for the Enhancement of Teaching, Fall 2005. ($250)
‘57 Fund Grant, Center for the Enhancement of Teaching, Spring 2005. ($250)
‘57 Fund Grant, Center for the Enhancement of Teaching, Fall 2004. ($250)
‘57 Fund Grant, Center for the Enhancement of Teaching, Spring 2004. ($250)
‘57 Fund Grant, Center for the Enhancement of Teaching, Fall 2003. ($250)
57 Fund Grant, Center for the Enhancement of Teaching, Fall, 2002. ($250)
‘57 Fund Grant, Center for the Enhancement of Teaching, Spring 2002. ($250)
‘57 Fund Grant, Center for the Enhancement of Teaching, Fall, 2001. ($250)
“Achieving Educational Excellence” funded by the Office of Vice President and Provost, UNI, Spring, 1999. ($1500)
“Secondary Physical Education in Iowa”, Funded by Graduate College, UNI, 1998. ($500)
“Teaching All the Students", Grant funded by the Iowa Department of Special Education, Spring 1996. ($500)
"Teaching Towards 2000" conference project grant funded by IAHPERD, Fall, 1994. ($800)
"Defining, Monitoring, and assessing the Physically Educated Student" conference project grant funded by IAHPERD, Fall 1993. ($800)
"Infusion of Multimedia Technology Into The Personal Wellness Course," with J. Marsh , funded by the Office of Vice President and Provost, UNI, Summer, 1993. ($1,100)
"Utilization of Climbing Apparatus for Young Children," funded by Sportime, Atlanta, Georgia, spring, 1992. ($3,000)
"Role Delineation Study of Iowa Physical Educators," with Larry Hensley and Lyle Schwartzenbauch, funded by IAHPERD, fall, 1992. ($500)
"Developmentally Appropriate Practices Conference", project grant funded by IAHPERD, fall, 1992. ($800)
"Maximizing Learning in Physical Education Conference," project grant funded by IAHPERD,fall, 1990. ($700)
"Cooperative Learning and Physical Management Conference," - project grant funded by IAHPERD, fall, 1989. ($200)
"Appropriate Apparatus for Young Children,"- funded by the Regent's Center for Early Developmental Education, fall, 1989. ($3,220)
"Teachers Helping Teachers Conference," - project grant funded by IAHPERD, fall, 1988. ($250)
"Every Child a Winner Conference," - project grant funded by IAHPERD, fall, 1987. ($250)

GRANTS SUBMITTED BUT NOT FUNDED

“Step-count guidelines for middle school students”, submitted to AAHPERD Research Consortium Grabt program, Fall 2011.


“Active Living Research: Building Evidence to Prevent Childhood Obesity submited to the RJ Woods Foundation, Fall 2011
AAHPERD Research Grant, Spring 2011
"Cultural and Gender Biases in Children's Physical Education," Spring, 1992.
"The Development of a Health and Physical Education Course for Elementary Education Majors,"- unfunded, spring, 1990.
"U.N.I. Early Childhood Movement Laboratory Program Development," unfunded, spring, 1989.
PRESENTATIONS

INTERNATIONAL/NATIONAL/REGIONAL PRESENTATIONS
“ Assessment of Teacher Work Sample Focusing on Teacher Knowledge Development”, (with Ooksang Cho), Association Internationale des Ecoles Superieures d'Education Physique (AIESEP) conference, Warsaw, Poland, July, 2013.
“Using Receiver Operating Characteristics Curves and Acclerometry to Establish Step-count Guidelines for Twelve-year-old Children”, (with Timothy Fulton, Fabio Fontana, Kent Ingvalson, Kimberly Becker and Kevin Finn), 60th Annual meeting and World Congress on Exercise in Medicine of the American College of Sports Medicine, Indianapolis, Indiana, May, 2013.

NATIONAL/REGIONAL PRESENTATIONS- con’t
The UNI Kindergym: Linking a University Physical Education Program with the Community”, (with Mary Herring), Global Forum 2012 for Physical Education Pedagogy, Velen Germany, May, 2012.
Anti-Fat Bias Among Physical Education Teachers and Majors”, (with Fontana, f., Furtado, O., Leech T., & Mazzardo, O.. 2012 AAHPERD National Convention and Exposition, Boston, MA. April, 2012.
Utilizing the Teacher Work Sample As A Program Assessment Tool”, (with Carol Phillips), National Physical Education Teacher Education Conference, Long Beach, California, October, 2006.
“What Constitiutes A Highly Qualified Physical Education Teacher”, (with Gloria Owens, Pat Van Volkinburg, Helene Afeman, & Joan Brewer, American Alliance for Health, Physical Education, Recreation and Dance Convention, Baltimore, Maryland. March, 2007

“Utilization of the Teacher Work Sample in A Physical Education Program”, (with Carol Phillips), Teacher Education in Physical education Conference, Baton Rouge, LA, Oct. 2003.


“Thinking Differently About Health and Physical Education.” (with Carol Phillips). Teacher Education in Physical Education Conference, Baton Rouge, LA., Oct. 2003.
“Utilization of the Teacher Work Sample in A Physical Education Teacher Education Program”, (with Dr. Carol Phillips), Seminar on Physical Activity and Teacher Education, Penn State University, State College, Penn., March, 2003.
“ Instant games” (with Dr. Bill Gober). early Childhood Institute, Tifton, GA., Sept. 1998
“Movement Moments for Busy Bodies” Early Childhood Institute, Tifton, GA. Sept. 1998
“Foundation Skills for Early Childhood Movement Programs... Why We Do What We Do,” Georgia’s Early Childhood Institute, Tifton, Georgia, Sept. 1997
“ Movement Activities for Busy Bodies” (with Dr. Bill Gober), Georgia’s Early Childhood Institute, Tifton, Georgia, Sept. 1997
"Kindergym- Developing a Program for Two to Five-Year Olds." United States Tumbling Association Coaches Congress, Iowa City, Iowa, September 24, 1994.
NATIONAL/REGIONAL PRESENTATIONS - con’t
"Early Childhood Physical Education" panel discussion with Steve Sanders, Auburn University; Carol Hammett, Bend Oregon; Judy Barnes, Burlington , Iowa; and Sue Scherr, Glendale, Wisconsin. National Conference on Teaching Elementary Physical Education, La Crosse, Wisconsin, August, 1994

"What's Happening in Developmentally Appropriate Movement Programs for Young Children.", with Dr. Jackie Herkowitz, Ohio State University and Carol Hammett, Oregon School District. National AAHPERD Convention, Washington D.C. March, 1993.


"Teacher Burnout/Enthusiasm" panel director for discussion session at AAHPERD Convention, Indianapolis, In., April, 1992
"What Do Children's Physical Education Teachers Want From the Universities?" American Alliance for Health, Physical Education, Recreation and Dance (AAHPERD) Conference, San Francisco, CA, April 1991. With R. Metz, S. Wargo & S. Stroot.
"Developmentally Appropriate and Inappropriate Physical Education for Children," AAHPERD Conference, San Francisco, CA, April 1991. With M. Sanborn, S. Schiemer and C. LeBreck.
"Physical Education for Young Children," Central District Alliance for Health, Physical Education, Recreation and Dance (CDAHPERD) Conference, Rapid City, SD, April 1991.
"NASPE Outcomes," CDAHPERD Conference, Rapid City, SD, April 1991.
"Preparing the Elementary Classroom Teacher to Teach Physical Education," Central District Association of AAHPERD, Denver, CO, April 1990.
"Professional Involvement For the HPERD Student Through Majors Club Activities," National AAHPERD Convention, Kansas City, MO, April 1988.

"Promoting active lifestyles through physical education clubs," Joint presentation with P.E. Club officers, CDAHPERD, Overland Park, KS, March 1987.


"The Cooperative Field Day: A New Twist to an Old Idea," Elementary & Secondary Physical Education Conference, Atlanta, GA, January 1987.

"UNI Elementary Physical Education Professional Preparation 'Program', 2nd National Conference on Preparing the Physical Education Specialist for Children," Orlando, FL, October 1984.


"Maintaining your curriculum through improvised equipment," Elementary and Secondary Physical Education Conference, Atlanta, GA, January 1983.

"Parachute dances for elementary students, folk and disco," CDHPERD Conference, Minneapolis, MN, March 1981.


"Confessions of a junkie on elementary physical education," Central District Health, Physical Education and Recreation Association (CDHPERD) Conference, Grand Forks, March 1980.

"Constructing equipment for elementary physical education," Individually Guided Education National Conference, Minneapolis, MN, December 1978.


STATE PRESENTATIONS
“Strategies to Meet the HUSSC PE Criteria”, Healthier US School Challenge Workshop, Waverly, IA, Feb, 2012
“Strategies to Meet the HUSSC PE Criteria”, Healthier US School Challenge Workshop, Ames, IA, Feb, 2012
“Iowa Partners: Action for Healthy Kids and Iowans Fit for Life: Great Groups- Great Resources”, IAHPERD State Convention, Davenport, IA, November, 2010.
“Iowa Partners: Action for Healthy Kids Survery Report”, AFHK Regional meeting, Ankeny IA, December, 2009.
“Panel Discussion concerning the new Healthy Kids Act”, IAHPERD State Convention, Iowa City, Iowa, November, 2008.
“Physical Fun Training”, Professional Development Day, Tri-County Child and Family Development Council, Waterloo, IA, November, 2007.
“Helping Young Children Be Better Movers”, Parent Kick-Off program, Tri-County Child and Family Development Council, Waterloo, IA, October, 2007.
“Movement Activities and Equipment for Young Children”, (with C. Goodweiler), IAEYC Conference, Waterloo, IA, March 2007.

“Utilization of the teacher work sample in a PETE program”, Iowa Educational Research and Evaluation Association Conference, (with C. Phillips) Cedar Falls, IA, December, 2005

“Activities Representing Movement Fun for Little Ones”, See How They Grow Conference, Cedar Falls, Iowa, April, 2002

STATE PRESENTATIONS - con’t
“ Movement Fun for Little Ones”, AEA 7 Summer Professional Institute, Cedar Falls, IA, August, 2001.
“Motoring Across the Curriculum”, See How They Grow Conference, Cedar Falls, IA, April, 2000.
“How to Integrate Developmentally Appropriate Motor Activities into Your Curriculum,” Soaring and Exploring Conference, Mason City, IA, Oct. 1999.
“Preschool Sports Program,” IPRA Conference, Waverly, IA, Sept. 1999.
“The Iowa Early Childhood Motor Activity Project,” See How They Grow Conference, Cedar Falls, IA, April, 1999.

“Big Activities for Little people”, IAHPERD Convention, Des Moines, IA, Nov. 1998


“Developmentally Appropriate Movement and Equipment for Children,” Regent Inclusion Graduate Program, Cedar Falls, IA June, 1997.
"Early Childhood Physical Education - Multimedia and Homemade Resources", Iowa State Education Association Student Program Fall Instructional Workshop, Des Moines, Iowa November, 1996.
"Kindergym- Developing Motor Skills" Early Childhood Special Education Summer Institute Cedar Falls, Iowa, June, 1996.
"Parachutes and Other Fun Things", See How They Grow Conference, Cedar Falls, Iowa, April 1996.
"UNI Kindergym", Early Childhood Special Education Institute, Cedar Falls, Iowa, June,1996

" Grits, Chicken and Other Defining Moments", Keynote presentation given for the Building Foundations, Building Futures conference, Creston, Iowa, March 1995.

"Maximizing Activity While Minimizing Costs", Building Foundations, Building Futures conference, Creston, Iowa, March 1995.
"Bridges, Suitcases, and Other Laws of Life," Keynote address given to The Early Childhood Conference, Fairfield, IA. November 1993.

"Trashy Activities", Early Childhood conference, Fairfield, IA. November 1993.



STATE PRESENTATIONS - con’t
"Moving, Dancing, Growing," See How They Grow conference, University of Northern Iowa, Cedar Falls, IA. April, 1993.
"Moving to Grow-Growing to Move," See How They Grow Conference, University of Northern Iowa (UNI), Cedar Falls, IA, April 1992.

"Physical Education for Young Children," IAHPERD Convention, Waterloo, IA, November 1991.

"Future Directions in Elementary Physical Education," member of panel of

experts, IAHPERD Convention, Waterloo, IA, November 1991.

"Materials and Movement Activities for Young Children," Ninth Arrowhead Educational Fair, Fort Dodge, IA, October 1991.
"Defining the Physically Educated Person," Ninth Arrowhead Educational Fair, Fort Dodge, IA, October 1991.

"Elementary Physical Education Issues - A Panel of Experts," IAHPERD State Convention, Des Moines, IA, November 1990.


"It's Magic! Producing Movement Education/Physical Activity Out of a Disappearing Budget," Iowa Association for the Education of Young Children State Conference, Waterloo, IA, October 1989.
"Movement and Rhythm Activities," Growing Into the Future II Workshop, Keystone AEA, Elkader, IA, October 1989.
"The AAHPERD's Physical Best Fitness Program," Southern Prairie AEA Conference, Ottumwa, IA, August 1989.
"The Essentials of a Quality Elementary Physical Education Program: How Do You Match Up?" Southern Prairie AEA Conference, Ottumwa, IA, August, 1989.
"Building a Mighty Mouse Program With a Mickey Mouse Budget: Junk Equipment," Southern Prairie AEA, Ottumwa, IA, August 1988.
"Cooperative Field Days - Options and Activities," Southern Prairie AEA, Ottumwa, IA, August 1988.

"Teaching games to elementary students," DOE/AEA Conference, Des Moines, IA, December 1986.

"Comparison of Current Texts in Elementary Physical Education," Joint presentation with Dr. Allen Rupnow ISU, IAHPERD Convention, Des Moines, IA, October 1986.
"Curricular influence of P.L. 94-142 upon elementary school physical educators in Iowa," Iowa Educational Research and Evaluation Association Conference, Cedar Rapids, IA, December 1982.
“Physical Education Equipment Designs," IAHPERD Conference, Cedar Falls, IA, October 1982.

"Parachute - a bridge to dance," IAHPERD Conference, Cedar Rapids, IA, October 1981.



LOCAL PRESENTATIONS

“Physical Activity and Childhood Obesity”, Junior League of Waterloo-Cedar Falls, September, 2008.


“Using the teacher work sample in program assessment”, (with C. Phillips) Council on Teacher Education meeting, Cedar Falls, IA, February, 2006
“Improving Physical Education teacher candidates’ performance using the teacher work sample”, (with C. Phillips) Secondary teacher education retreat meeting, Cedar Falls, IA March, 2006

“UNI Kindergym Program”, Cedar Falls, Lions Club, March, 2001.


“Movement Activities for Young Children”, Small World Preschool, Sept., 2000.
“Physical Activities in Child Growth and Development”, North East Iowa Family Practice Residency Program, Waterloo, IA, Sept. 1998
“Designing and Using Equipment in early Childhood Movement Programs”, Early Childhood Curriculum Class, UNI Campus, July, 1998
“Promoting Movement in Young Children,” UNI’s Association of IAEYC, Cedar Falls, IA Sept. 1997
"Cooperative games", Iowa Association for the Education of Young Children, Cedar Falls, Iowa, October, 1996.
"The UNI Kindergym Program", Waterloo/Cedar Falls, Sertoma Club, March 1994.

"Growth and Motor Development of Children," Camp Adventure, Cedar Falls, IA, March 1992.



LOCAL PRESENTATIONS Con’t
"Appropriate Movement Activities for Children, Birth Through Age Eight," Early Childhood Curriculum Development Class, University of Northern Iowa, March 1992.

"Making Your Own Physical Education Equipment," University of Northern Iowa Physical Education Club, Cedar Falls, IA, November 1991.


"Physical Development and Movement in Young Children," guest lecturer, Early Childhood Curriculum Class, University of Northern Iowa, Cedar Falls, IA, February 1991.
"Value of Professional Organizations to the Professional," guest lecturer, Graduate Recreation Class, University of Northern Iowa, Cedar Falls, IA, November 1990.

"Basic Movement Structure," Early Childhood Physical Education Workshop, AEA-7, Cedar Falls, IA, November 1990.


"P.E. Writing Success Story," Success Story Conference, University of Northern Iowa, Cedar Falls, IA, October 1988.
"Early Childhood Movement Demonstration," Activity Night, Cedar Falls, IA, May 1988.
RADIO/NEWS PRESENTATIONS

"A Suitcase Full of Positives Is the Goal of Early Childhood Activity Programs," Education Net, February, 1994.


"Indoor Movement Activities for A Wet Summer," UNI Radio News Network, July, 1993
"Fitness and Motor Skill Development in Children" WOI State News Network, March, 1993

"Physical Fitness of Young Children," KGRK Radio, March 1992.

"Motor Skills in Young Children," UNI Radio News Network, May 1991.


PROFESSIONAL AND ACADEMIC ASSOCIATION MEMBERSHIPS

Iowans Fit for Life, 2009- present

United States Physical Education Association, 1994-1996

National Association for the Education of Young Children, 1990-1999

Phi Delta Kappa, member, 1981-present

American Alliance for Health, Physical Education, Recreation and Dance,

(AAHPERD), member, 1972-present

Iowa Association for Health, Physical Education, Recreation and Dance,

(IAHPERD), member, 1976-present

Central District Association for Health, Physical Education, Recreation and

Dance (CDAHPERD), member, 1977-present

Iowa Educational Research & Evaluation Association, member, 1984-1988

Mensa, member, 1982-present

United States Sports Acrobatic Federation, member, 1978-1984

United States Gymnastics Federation, member, 1975-1979

National Education Association, member, 1972-2001

Virginia Association for Health, Physical Education, Recreation and Dance,

Life member, 1972-present



PROFESSIONAL AND ACADEMIC ASSOCIATION SERVICE
Member, Iowans Fit for Life subcommittee on Physical Fitness and Physical Activity Assessment. Spring 2011- Fall 2011
Member, Iowa Department of Education Healthy Kids Act Advisory Panel, 2008
Iowa Partners: Action for Healthy Kids, Co-Chair, 2008-2011

Member, Iowa Partners: Action for Healthy Kids Super-Power Summit planning team 2010, 2011


Participant, Governor’s Commission on Wellness and Healthy Living, 2007-2008
Theme team Member for the National Shaping America’s Youth (SAY) Project, 2007
Member, State of Iowa Healthy Children Task Force 2006-2008
Member, State of Iowa, Iowans Fit for Life Committee, 2006-2008
Solicited manuscript review for the journal, Teaching Elementary Physical Education, 2006
Chapter 12 Code Requirement review committee Chairperson IAHPERD 2003-2005
Member, State of Iowa, Department of Education task Force on Early Childhood Movement Programs, 1998- 2000

PROFESSIONAL AND ACADEMIC ASSOCIATION SERVICE - con’t
Member, Review team, State of Iowa "Outcomes" project. 1992-93
American Alliance for Health, Physical Education, Recreation and Dance

Member, wriing team for AAHPERD/NASPE Position Paper on Highly Qualified Physical Education Teacher, 2006

Member, selection committee for NASPE’s, National Elementary Physical Education Teacher of the Year, 2006

Reviewer, NASPE”s, Developmentally Appropriate Practices for Children, Sept. 1997

Member, planning committee for 1994 National Conference on Teaching Elementary Physical Education, 1993-94

Chair, Site Committee, National Children's Physical Education Conference, 1991-1992

Coordinator and Chair, Screening Committee, National Elementary Physical

Education Teacher of the Year Award, 1991-1992

Chair, National Council on Physical Education For Children (COPEC),1990-91

National Convention, (COPEC) coordinator, New Orleans, March 1990

Member, Review Committee for National AAHPERD project Outcomes,1989-1990

Central District representatife member on the executive committee of the Council on Physical Education for Children (COPEC) of the National Association For Sports and Physical Education 1988-1991


Central District Association for Health, Physical Education, Recreation and Dance

Chair, elementary division, 1982-1983, 1983-1984


Iowa Association for Health, Physical Education, Recreation and Dance,

Member, Code and Structure revision committee, 2012-present

Member, Executive Committee, 2002-2010

Coordinator, AEA Representatives 2007-2010

Past- President responsibilities- 2004-2005

President-Elect, 2002-2003

President, 2003-2004

IAHPERD representative to Leadership Development Conference, Washington DC, Spring, 2003.

Chair, Nominating Committee, 2004-2005

Chair, Structure and Function committee, 2004-2005

Member, Structure and Function committee, 2005-2006

Chair, Scholarship committee, 1995- 2003

Vice-President for Sport, 2002-2003

Chair, Early Childhood Task Force, 1991-1994

Representative, COPEC, 1990-1994

Project Director, IAHPERD's "Children's Book for Margie Hanson", 1992

Coordinator, Caravan of Presenters Project, 1988-1990

Coordinator, District Representatives, 1988-1989

Member, Awards committee, 1987-1988

Vice President, General Section, 1986-1987

Delegate to Representative Assembly to Central District, 1986

Site Committee, 1985-1986

Convention Manager, 1985-1986

Coordinator, Elementary Sharing Session State Convention, 1984-1989

Chair, elementary division, 1983-1984

Member, PEPI Committee, 1983-1989

Chair, Student Section Development Committee, 1983-1984

Member, Nominating Committee, 1982-1983

Faculty Advisor, Student Section, 1982-1983

Editor, Elementary Sharing Booklet, 1981-1999

Chair, Professional Preparation/Higher Education division, 1995-96
Member, Department of Public Instruction Visitation Team for New Hampton Community School District evaluation, November 1982

PROFESSIONAL ASSIGNMENTS/ACTIVITIES

Developmental Projects
Creator/Director/Administrator, UNI Preschool Motor Performance Laboratory (KINDERGYM) Cedar Falls, IA, Fall 1984-present

Administrative Assistant/consultant to the UNI Kindergym Program- 2000- Present


Qualified as a Content Course Instructor of the American Master Teacher Program for Children's Physical Education, Summer, 1995
Qualified as an instructor for the Pedagogy Course of the American Master Teacher Program for Children's Physical Education, Summer, 1993.
Developed a modified Kindergym program for implementation by Camp Adventure in Sicily and England, Spring/Summer 1992.
Group problem solving through movement teaching modules. Marketed by Sportime, Inc., Atlanta, GA. 1990.


Workshops/In-services conducted
“Assessment in Physical Education”, Dubuque Public School District, Dubuque, IA, March, 1998.
“Activity Content in Elementary Physical Education,” AEA 1 Inservice, Marshalltown, IA, Oct., 1997.
“Curriculum and Assessment in Physical Education”, Keystone AEA Inservice, Elkader, IA Oct. 1997.
Designed and Coordinated- "Redesigning Curriculum...Implications for Physical Education" Conference, Cedar Falls, Iowa, April, 1996
"Trends and Issues in Physical Education", Bettendorf Public School District, Bettendorf, Iowa, January, 1996.
"Children's Physical Education", workshop for the Dubuque Archdiocese, Waterloo, Iowa, August, 1995
Facilitator, "Teaching Towards 2001" Workshop, cedar Falls, Iowa, August, 1995
Designed and Coordinated- "Teaching Towards 2000" conference, University of Northern Iowa, Cedar Falls, Iowa, April, 1995.
Demonstration lessons on providing appropriate movement activities to young children, The American School in Japan, Tokyo Japan, October, 1994

Designed and Coordinated- "Defining, Monitoring, and Assessing the Physically Educated Student" conference, University of Northern Iowa, Cedar Falls, April, 1994.


Designed and Coordinated- "Developmentally Appropriate Practices" PK-12 physical Education workshop, University of Northern Iowa, Cedar Falls, IA. April, 1993.

"Cooperative and Problem Solving Activities for Children," Waterloo Public Schools Elementary Physical Education Teachers, March 1992.


Designed and Coordinated - "Let the Children Play and Learn Conference, Cedar Falls, IA., January 1992.
Designed and Coordinated - "Maximizing Learning in P.E.," workshop,Cedar Falls, IA., April 1991.
Workshops/In-services conducted Con’t
"Motor Development in a K-4 School," Webster City Public Schools, Webster, City, IA, March 1991.

"Appropriate Practices in Early Childhood Physical Education for People Working with 3, 4, and 5 year olds." AEA-7, Cedar Falls, IA, November 1990.

Designed and Coordinated - 3rd Annual K-12 Physical Education Learning Conference, Cedar Falls, IA, April 1990.
Designed and Coordinated - K-12 Physical Education Workshop, Cedar Falls, IA, April 1989.

Presider/facilitator - International Early Childhood Conference, Washington, DC, December 1988.

"Elementary Physical Education Sharing Session," Ottumwa, IA, August 1988.
Designed and Coordinated - "Every Child a Winner," workshop Cedar Falls, IA, April 1988.

Coordinator - "Elementary Physical Education Sharing Day, Cedar Falls, IA, April 1988.


"Salute To Physical Activity Night," Cedar Falls, IA, May 1988.

"Games for children," Conestoga Council of Girl Scouts, Waterloo, IA, November 1985.


"Trends and ideas in elementary school physical education," Jesup, IA, October 1985.

"Group activities for summer time fun," Leadership workshop, Cedar Falls Recreation Department, Cedar Falls, IA, June 1985.


"Sport fundamentals for intermediate grades," YMCA of Iowa, Des Moines, IA, May 1985.

"Games and game-like activities," Conestoga Council of Girl Scouts, Waterloo, IA, Nov. 1984.


Designed and Coordinated, Elementary Physical Education Workshop, Cedar Falls, IA., November 1983.

“Parachute activities for elementary schools," AEA 16, Burlington, IA, October 1982.

"Creating and using equipment in elementary physical education," UNI campus, Cedar Falls, IA, April 1978.



Consultations

Developed Movement Activities for Tripoli Elem School Health and Safety day, 2010, 2011, 2012


Coordinator field day events for Lou henry Elem School , 2009- 2012
Waterloo Junior League Community Advisory Board, 2007-2009
North Central Community School District Curriculum Development, April 2007
Text Reviewer, McGraw-Hill Spring 2007
Regent’s Center for early Childhood Education, Waterloo, IA. Jan. 2001
North Cedar Elementary School, Cedar Falls, IA, Cooperative Field Day, May, 2000.
USA Bowling, Critiqued Standards and Competencies for Junior Olympic Player Development Curriculum, task Force, Feb. 1998.
Waterloo Pubic Schools, Elem. Physical Education, Standards and Benchmarks, Jan., 1998
Treats Program- Hong Kong Social Services- Activities and Equipment consultant, July, 1997.
Reviewer for USA Gymnastics' Kinder Accreditation for Teachers Workbook, 1995-96
Cedar Falls Public Schools, Sixth Grade Olympics, May, 1996
Member Advisory Board, ChimeTime Corp., 1995-present.
Janesville Public Schools, November 1995.

The American School in Japan, Tokyo, Auditor for their NK-12th grade physical education program, October, 1994.


Consultations Con’t

Lincoln Elementary School, Cedar falls, Cooperative Field Day consultation, April, 1994.


Dunkerton School District, Activity night Development, February, 1994.

Waverly School District, Physical Education curriculum, January, 1993.


North Scott School District, wellness/fitness curriculum review, January, 1993.
Aplington Elementary School, Kindergarten demonstrations, November, 1992.
Lincoln Elementary School, Cedar Falls, Field day consultation, May, 1992.

Developed materials for Kindergym Staff Handbook 1992, for Camp Adventure. May 1992

State of Iowa Department of Education, Review Team member for State

Outcomes and Assessment Process, 1992-93


Christine Cadinallader, Doctoral Candidate, Temple University, 1991-92
Sportime Inc., Atlanta, GA, Children Apparatus, 1991-92
Price Lab School, Kay Treiber, Wellness Unit for Unit III PLS,

November 1991

Wartburg College, Waverly, IA, Elementary Physical Education, September-

December 1991


Orchard Hill Elementary School, Cedar Falls, IA, World Record Field Day, May 1991
Liaison, National COPEC to Teaching Elementary Physical Education Newsletter, Human Kinetics, 1990-1991
AEA-7 P.E. Curriculum Development Project, Cedar Falls, IA, 1990-91

"Physical Education for Young Children," for Akira Maehashi at the Kurashiki Municipal College, Kurashiki, Japan, November 1990


"Problem Solving in Physical Education," Orchard Hill Elementary School, fifth grade, Cedar Falls, IA, October 1990

Consultations - con’t

AEA-7 Curriculum Workshop, October 1990


Grundy Center elementary school, Grundy Center, IA, November 1988

P.E. Curriculum Assistance Project, AEA-7, Cedar Falls, IA, August 1988

Iowa City Community School District, Iowa City, IA, January 1988

Field Day Consultant and Coordinator, Lincoln Elementary School, Cedar Falls, IA 1988.

Bailey Park Elementary School, Grinnell, IA, talented and gifted program, Fall 1986

Designed St. Patrick School Cooperative Play Day, Cedar Falls, IA, May 1987.

Simms and McIvor, Inc., Bound Brook, NJ, June-July 1986

Designed Cooperative/Guiness Field Day, Lincoln Elementary School, Cedar Falls, IA, May 1986.


Designed UNI-Dome 10th Anniversary Celebration Sports and Games Festival, UNI campus, Cedar Falls, IA, February 1986.
St. Mary's School, cooperative activities, Manchester, IA, May 1985
Member, Iowa Department of Public Instruction Steering Committee for the development of the curriculum booklet, A Tool for Assessing and Designing a K-12 Physical Education Program. Fall 1984-Spring 1985
Designed St. John's Youth Sports Festival, UNI Campus, Cedar Falls, IA, February 1985.

Keystone AEA, curriculum development, Elkader, IA, Fall 1983

Keystone AEA, curriculum development, Elkader, IA, Fall 1982
Critique Specialist - Wm. C. Brown Publisher, Fall/Spring 1978-1980
Traer schools, curriculum development, Traer, IA, September 1977

Cedar Falls, Public Schools, Project Challenge, Cedar Falls, IA, Spring 1979.


UNIVERSITY/COLLEGE/SCHOOL SERVICE
University

Member Teacher Quality Partnership project, 2012-present


Member, Elementary Teacher Education Senate, 2011-2013
Program chair, University Teacher Education Induction Convocation, April, 1991-present
Member student Orientation Team- Summer 2009
Member, Class of ’43 Excellence in Teaching and Ross A Nielsen Professional Service Award Committee, 2009-2010
Foundation Ambassor for Imagine the Impact campaign, 2008-Present
Participant, Early Childhood Summit ,2008
Partners In eduction with Blackhawk elementary School Implementation Team 2004- present

Member, Council on Teacher Education, 2001-2003

Chair, Teacher Education Faculty, 2001-2003
Advisor, Summer Orientation Academic Program, 1990-2007
Coordinator and organizer of University’s Child Abuse Seminar, Fall 2001
Coordinator and organizer of University’s Child Abuse Seminar, Spring, 2002
Member, McKay Faculty Research Award Committee, 1999-2000
Member, Schinder Fund Committee, 1999-2002
Secretary, University Faculty, 1996-97

University Committee on Curriculum, alternate for Bill Waack, 1996-97


Member, Blue Ribbon Panel on Teacher Education, 1995- 1997
Chair, Council on Teacher Education, 1995-96

Member, Campus Recreation Committee, 1994-95


Member, United faculty, Central Committee, 1994-95.
University Service - con’t

Member, Council on Teacher Education, College of Education Rep, 1994-96.


Member, Bachelor of Liberal Studies Committee, 1992-1997
Chair, Bachelor of Liberal Studies Committee, 1996-97.
Chair, University Teacher Education Exit Requirement Committee, 1990-1991
Member, University Teacher Education Exit Requirement Committee, 1990
Member, Committee on Selection to Teacher Education Faculty, 1989-1992
Member, TECC Faculty Membership Committee, 1988-1989
Member, Teacher Education Coordination Committee, 1986-1989


College
Member, COE Premier Points committee- Field-based experiences subgroup, 2011- 2013
Member, COE Advancement Team- ambassor for Imagine the Impact campaign, 2008-2009
Member, Scholarship Administrative Team, 2008- Present

Member, Early Childhood Symposium 2007-2008


Member, COE E-magazine editorial advisory board 2007-present
Member, COE Scholarship committee 2008-present
Participant, Teacher Quality Enhancement Grant Project
Member, UNI 2 + 2 Program planning committee, 2004- present
Teacher Work Sample Evaluator, 2002-present

Member, NCATE subpanel on Standard 5, 2003


Member, National Board of Certified Teachers/UNI Teacher Education Faculty collaboration committee, 2002-present

College Service - con’t

Participant, Renaissance Partnership for Improving Teacher Quality, Title II Grant Project, 2001-2002


Member, UNI Beginning Teachers Mentoring Program, 1993-95.
Member, Dean's Advisory Committee on Tenure and Promotion, 1993-94.
Partners in Education, participant, Waterloo Community Schools, 1990-present.
Member, COE Committee on Student Membership on the COE Senate, 1990-91

Member, Implementation Team 4-Teacher Education Faculty, 1989-present


Chair, COE Senate Public Relations Committee, 1987-1988

Member, COE Early Childhood Development Committee, 1987-1995

Member, Dean's Task Force on Development, 1987-1988
Vice Chair of College of Education Senate, 1986-1988
Chairperson, Elections Committee, College of Education Senate, 1986-1988
Senator, College of Education, 1985-1988
Member, Dean's Grant Pilot Group on Mainstreaming, 1981-1983


School of Health, Physical Education, and Leisure Services

Chair, search committee for Academic Adviser/PEEK Coordinator position, 2012-2013


Member, search committee for pedagogy position, 2012-2013
Assisted in facilitating the UNI Super Power Summit for Middle Schoolers, Fall, 2010
Member, Global Forum Committee, 2009-2010
Chair, School of HPELS Scholarship and Awards Committee 2010-2012

Chair, two search committees for pedagogy position, 2010-2011

Chair, two search committees for pedagogy position, 2009-2011
School of Health, Physical Education, and Leisure Services Con’t
Member, search committee for Health position, 2008
Chair, search committee- Motor Learning/Motor Development position, 2008
Member, PLS PE Middle School Curriculum research Committee, 2007-2009
Chair, Alumni Promotion or IAHPERD Convention Committee, 2007
Administrative Director UNI Kindergym Program, 2006- Present
Member, Hall of Excellence Committee, 2003- present

Member, PLS/HPELS Merger committee, 2003-2006

Member, Monica Wild and Doris White Planning Committee, 2002- 2005
Member, School of HPELS Scholarship Committee, 1999- Present
Conference coordinator, Annual Physical Education Learning/Sharing Conference, 1988- 2004
Chair, Physical Education Division Scholarship Committee, 1995- present
Member, Outcomes Committee, 1995-96

Member, Physical Education- Teaching Major committee

Member, Fitness track- P.E. Major task force, 1993-94.
Member, Master Teacher Committee, 1992-93
Member, Physical Education Student handbook Task Force, 1992-93.

Member, School-wide Retreat Committee, 1992-93.

Member, Physical Education Advisory Board Committee, 1991-1995
Member, Youth Development Task Force, School of HPELS, 1991-1992
Member, Non Teaching Physical Education Major Committee, 1989-1990
Chair, Professional Assessment Committee, 1985-1986
Secretary, Professional Assessment Committee, 1984-1985

School of Health, Physical Education, and Leisure Services Con’t
Coordinator, Elementary Physical Education Programs, School of HPELS,

UNI, 1983-1995


Member, Physical Education Professional Preparation Committee, 1982-1984
Physical Education Club advisor, 1981-1988

Community
Coordinated and participated in Children Booth for Healthy Cedar Valley Coalition, Waterloo, 2011
Conference coordinator for Northern Plains District conference, 2008
Member, Christian Education, Hammond Avenue Brethren Church, 2007-2013
Chair, Mission and Outreach comission, Hammond Ave. Brethren Church, Waterloo, IA, 2003-2005
Member, Ministry of Christian Education, First Brethren Church, Waterloo,1992-1993

Member, Pastoral and Congregational Relations Committee, Hammond Avenue Brethern Church, Waterloo, IA 1996-98

Member, Finance Committee, Hammond Avenue Brethren Church, Waterloo, IA, 1999- 2001
Board of Directors, Black Hawk District Camp Fire Organization, 1988-1991


Awards/ Honors
Recipient, UNI Ross A. Nielsen Professional Service Award, Fall, 2013
Recipient, Nomination Certificate for the Provost’s Award for Excellence in Teaching with Technology, Spring, 2013
Recipient, College of Education Outstanding Service Award, 2012
Recipient, IAHPERD Honor Award, November, 2009

Inaugural Recipient, IAHPERD Steve France Outstanding Service Award, November 2009


Represented the University of Tennessee during the installation of Benjamin Allen as the 9th president of UNI, Fall 2006.

Awards/ Honors con’t
Recipient, James Madison University, Department of Kinesiology Outstanding Alumni Award, April, 1998.
Recipient, University of Northern Iowa, College of Education, Excellence in Teaching Award, May, 1997

Recipient, IAHPERD Honor Award, November, 1995


Recipient, Service Award, Camp Fire, Inc., April, 1991
Recipient, IAHPERD Distinguish Service Award, October, 1986
Recipient, C.H. McCloy Scholarship Award, 1981
I have also been Identified numberous semesters on the University Graduating Student Survey returns as an instructor who had a positive influence on the development of a student at UNI.

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