- The learning process requires ample opportunities for active participation and practice.
- To keep students interested and motivated the information disseminated must be clear and meaningful.
- Teaching, unlike other professions, has no secrets.
All my notes, handouts, and references are made available to students both in hard copy and electronic formats.
- Good teaching is an acquired skill, thus it needs to be
evaluated and updated on a regular basis. An effective teacher learns as much as he/she can about her/his
students--their interests, motivations, troubles, and triumphs.
- Technology should be applied in unique and specific ways rather than used as a fancy duplication of conventional materials. Nevertheless, partial duplication of
conventional course material using technology is needed to facilitate the transition from the "Old" to the
"New Information Age."
"...We ask ourselves, who am I to be brilliant, gorgeous, talented and fabulous? Actually, who are you
NOT to be??...We were born to make manifest the glory that is within us. It's not just in some of us; it's in everyone.
The application of knowledge derived from physical education related sub-disciplines, such as, history, philosophy,
sociology, psychology and motor learning to successful life span involvement in movement experiences in physical
education and sport settings.
- The application of computer technology in classroom and
- Applied reseach focusing on the enhancement of life span
experiences through participation in skilled movement and health related fitness in physical education and organized
Development and application of computer technology to the optimization of teacher and learner processes.