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Meet the Faculty

It is the philosophy of the academic and clinical faculty at Manchester University that an entry level program in adapted physical education must prepare a graduate to enter the profession as a teacher who can provide comprehensive services to individuals of all ages and abilities in a safe, effective, and ethical manner. The goal of these services is to develop, maintain, or restore a person's maximum physical function for al lifetime of leisure, recreation, and sport.

Dr. Kim Duchane

Contact:
604 E College Avenue, MU Box PERC
North Manchester, IN 46962
Office: Physical Education and Recreation Center, 214B
Email: kaduchane@manchester.edu
Phone: 260-982-5382

Webpage: http://users.manchester.edu/FacStaff/KADuchane/Index.htm


Professional Preparation:

Certified Adapted Physical Educator, SUNY Cortland, NY, 2006.

Doctor of Philosophy, Texas Woman's University, Denton, TX, 1996.
Emphasis: Adapted/Developmental Physical Education
Dissertation Research: Attitude and Grading Practice of Secondary Physical Educators in Inclusionary Educational Settings

Master of Arts, Sam Houston State University, Huntsville, TX, 1987.
Major: Physical Education, Certification: Special Education
Thesis Research: Effect of a Supplemental Program of Individualized Perceptual-Motor Training Upon Academic Readiness of Primary Grade ChildrenĀ 

Bachelor of Science, Northern Michigan University, Marquette, MI, 1978.
Major: Physical Education Teacher Education, Minor: Health Education

Teaching Assignments:

EDUC 479 All-Grade Student Teaching
ESS 145 Motor Development
ESS 206 Teaching Individual and Dual Activities
ESS 260 Teaching Laboratory 2
ESS 301 Teaching Fundamental Movement Activities
ESS 350 Teaching Laboratory 3
ESS 363 Adapted Physical Activity
ESS 440 Teaching Methods of Health and Physical Education
ESS 485 Seminar in Adapted Physical Education
 
Research Interests:
The aim of my research is to provide insight into the attitude of physical education teachers toward teaching students with disabilities in general education settings.


Dr. Korrine Gust
Dr. Korrine Gust

Contact:
604 E College Avenue, MU Box EDUC
North Manchester, IN 46962
Office: Administration Building, 131D
Email: kmgust@manchester.edu
Phone: 260-982-5262


Professional Preparation:

Doctor of Education, Ball State University, Muncie, IN, 2005.
Emphasis: Special Education, Early Childhood EducationĀ 
Dissertation Research: The Effects of Professional Development for Early Childhood Educators on Emergent Literacy

Master of Science, Saint Francis College, Fort Wayne, IN, 1996.
Major: Special Education, Severe Emotional Handicaps
Research: Parental Challenges of Adopting a Child with Special Needs

Bachelor of Science, Saint Francis College, Fort Wayne, IN, 1986.
Major: Special Education, Mild Mental Handicaps and Learning Disabilities

Teaching Assignments:

EDUC 111 Introduction to Teaching
EDUC 206 Foundations of Exceptional Learners
EDUC 263 Learners with Mild Disabilities
EDUC 315 Mild Interventions: Strategies for Instruction
EDUC 350 Assessment and Implementation of Mild Intervention
EDUC 410 Teacher in Today's School
 
Research Interests:
My interests in research lie in the fields of differentiated instruction for all teachers and learners, developmentally appropriate practices, and emergent literacy.


Dr. Mark Huntington

Licensed Physical Therapist

Exercise Physiology

   
Dr. Brad Nadborne

Sport Pedagogy

Teaching Individual and Dual Activities

   
Prof. Andy Stout

Sport Pedagogy

Teaching Team Activities



 
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