Award-winning book, “By the Light of the Silvery Moon: Teacher Moonlighting and the Dark Side of Teachers’ Work” (2018) edited by Eleanor Blair has recently published reviews in Teachers College Record and Education Review.
Dr. Dan Grube, Director of the School of Teaching and Learning, and Health and Physical Education faculty member has been selected as the 2019 College/University Teacher of the Year by the North Carolina Physical Education Association (NCPEA). This award reflects his outstanding qualities and contributions as a College/University Educator. He will be honored at the NCAAHPERD-SM Convention in Winston-Salem on Thursday, October 24, 2019.
Students in Leigh Hilger’s Physical Activity and Aging course (HPE 365) provided Fitness Assessments at the Jackson County Senior Center as a community service project in February. Participants completed the Senior Fitness Testing protocol then received feedback and recommendations.
Dr. Ellie Blair has been awarded the Society of Education Professor’s 2019 Book Award for her 2018 publication of “By the light of the silvery moon: Teacher moonlighting and the dark side of teachers’ work.”
Dr. Ellie Blair presented two papers titled, “Connecting school leaders’ role to teacher leader’s agency: Narratives from England, Jamaica and USA” and “Those who can, teach and work two jobs: Teacher moonlighting in Jamaica” at International Educational Administration & Leadership Conference-Jamaica in Kingston, Jamaica on March 8, 2019.
Students in Leigh Hilger’s Physical Activity and Aging course (HPE 365), completed the Area Agency on Aging’s Sensitivity Training in January. The program included discussion and hands-on activities to gain understanding of the physical challenges older adults may experience, from arthritis in the hands to changes in vision.