Faculty Profile

Dr. Kim Everhart

keverhar@lhup.edu | 110 Zimmerli, Lock Haven, PA 17745 | (570) 484-2015

Education:

Ed.D., Curriculum and Instruction (physical education focus), Indiana University of Pennsylvania

M.S., Physical Education Teacher Education, West Virginia University

B.S., Health and Physical Education, University of Montevallo

Courses Most Commonly Taught: Teaching Invasion Sports I & II; Foundations of Physical Education Seminar; Teaching Fitness in K-12 Schools; Organization / Administration of HPE; Wellness for Life; Advanced Techniques of Coaching Volleyball; Advanced Techniques of Coaching Basketball; Advanced Techniques of Coaching Track and Field

Courses Developed: Teaching Invasion Sports I & II; Teaching Fitness in K-12 Schools; Teaching Net Sports; Teaching Lifetime Activities

Research Areas: Contemporary curricular and instructional models in physical education; Pedagogical strategies in physical education

Articles Published:

Everhart, B., Everhart, K., & Everhart, T. (in press).  Game Performance Decisions of International Baccalaureate Students in Korea and Students in a Traditional American High School.  To be published in Education.

Everhart, K. (2014, November).  Using School-Based Intramurals as Early Field Experiences for PETE Majors, Journal of Physical Education, Recreation and Dance, 85 (9), 44-46.

Everhart, B., & Everhart, K. (2014).  Software-based self-reflection, preservice teaching performance, and influencing pre-conceived recruitment socialization influences.  The Educational Collaborative, 4 (2), http://journals.sfu.ca/eps/index.php/ec/article/view/34.

 

Everhart, B., Everhart, K., McHugh, H., Dimon, C., Hershey, K., & Lorenzi, D. (2013).  Teaching-learning patterns of expert and novice adapted physical educators.  Education, 133, 456-469. 

Everhart, K., & Dimon, C. (2013).  The impact of course delivery format on wellness patterns of university students.  Education, 133 (3), 310-318. 

Everhart, K. (2011).  Rethinking gender issues:  Equal access to physical education opportunities.  Submitted to the Pennsylvania State Journal of Health, Physical Education, Recreation, and Dance, 81 (1), 21-23. 

Everhart, B., Rabe, T., & Everhart, K.  (2011).  A curricular intervention’s impact on selected fitness levels and activity patterns of junior high students in physical education classes for non-athletes and athletes.  The Educational Collaborative, 2, 1-14. 

Everhart, B., & Everhart, K. (2010, Fall).  How Early Teaching Experiences Affect Physical Education Majors’ Reflections about their Influences to Becoming a Teacher.  ThePennsylvania State Journal of Health, Physical Education, Recreation, and Dance, 80 (3), 17-20. 

Everhart, B., & Everhart, K. (2010).  Teaching Tips:  Using “Cylinder Ball” as a modified invasion game within instructional model-based units.  Journal of Physical Education, Recreation, and Dance, 81 (3), 12-15. 

Everhart, B., & Everhart, K. (2008).  Teaching with pre-packaged lesson plans:  The impact on student learning.  International Journal of Physical Education, 45, 123-130.

Areas of Expertise: Contemporary Instructional Strategies and Models in Physical Education; Fitness and Wellness Applications for a Healthy and Active Lifestyle; Pedagogical Preparation of Physical Education Students in PK-12 Settings

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