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Pedagogy Statement:

I believe that technology will increase student learning and assisting students to reach his/her highest potential. Through proper training and technology students will be prepared for the 21st century.

I will use technology to educate all students to their highest level of academic potential and to teach them the skills and knowledge necessary to lead a physically active 21st century lifestyle.

My students will use technology to track and analyze their progress in physical education. They will use technology to keep themselves accountable and to be able to see results with the feedback generated while analyzing the data. Students will also be able to research new exercises and fitness skills and how to incorporate them for a healthy 21st century lifestyle.





Welcome to Intermediate Physical Education. This is my third year at Reeds Spring and I am very excited to start the year! In addition to teaching physical education I will also be coaching middle school football and track. I love sports and engaging in all sorts of physical activity including going to the lake, hiking, golf, disc golf, playing sports, and kayaking. I also enjoy reading, traveling, and spending time with my family. 

Educational Background


Southwest Baptist University: B.S. Physical Education

William Woods University: M.S. Athletic Administration


Experience


Neosho: 2005-2011 Physical Education Teacher K-4, Assistant Varsity Football, Assistant Varsity Basketball, Assistant Varsity Track


Branson: 2011-2013 Adaptive Physical Education Paraprofessional, Assistant Freshmen and Junior High Football, Assistant Junior High Track. 
 

Recent Posts

These charts show what is needed for that student to obtain the status to be in the 85th percentile and the 50th percentile.

Pre-Presidential Challange Tests

This next week we will be starting the Pre-Presidential Challange tests. I will perform these tests at the beginning and end of the year to see student improvement. The testing includes curl-ups, shuttle run, sit and reach, one mile run, push ups, and flexed arm hang.