Dr. David A. Kinnunen
Ph.D., Michigan State University
M.P.E., Idaho State University
B.A., Idaho State University
(Human Growth & Motor Development, Pedagogy)
Kinnunen, D.A. & Lewis, D.K. (2010). Effects of equipment modification on free-throw shooting performance. Western Society Review. Journal of the Western Society for Kinesiology & Wellness. July 2010
Lewis, D.K. & Kinnunen, D.A. (2010). Effects of perceived competence on free-throw shooting performance. Western Society Review. Journal of the Western Society for Kinesiology & Wellness. July 2010
Recent Conference Presentations:
Lewis, D.K. & Kinnunen, D.A. (2010). Integrating Service Learning into Kinesiology Curricula. Presented to the 55th Conference of the Western Society for Kinesiology and Wellness. Reno, Nevada.
Kinnunen, D.A. (2010). What our students want: Students‘ Attitudes Toward Their Physical Education/Teacher Education Curriculum. Presented to The School of Health Promotion and Human Performance, Eastern Michigan University, Ypsilanti, MI.
Graduate Classes Taught:
TED 5391 Instructional Methods for the Single Subject (Physical Education) Classroom II
TED 5392 Instructional Methods for the Single Subject (Physical Education) Classroom III
TED 5393 Instructional Methods for the Single Subject (PE) Classroom IV
KPE 6610 Graduate Seminar in Physical Education
KPE 6850 Supervised Research (Graduate Independent Study)
PED 508 Technology in Health and Physical Education (Graduate)
PED 550 Sport Psychology (Graduate)
PED 653 Motor Learning (Graduate)
PED 500 Seminar in Physical Education
PED 545 Perceptual and Motor Development
Human performance, growth and motor development, motor performance and skill acquisition, dynamic systems, developmental constraints, lifespan motor skill development, elementary physical education.
Phone: (559) 278-7389
Office: South Gym 129