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Kids First Soccer Dany, Victoria, Canada, Summer 2007


I currently serve as professor of Kinesiology and Nutritional Science at California State University, Los Angeles. Over the past 30+ years I have taught physical education and kinesiology majors at six higher education institutions over two continents. Kinesiology courses I currently teach inlude KIN 250 -- Introduction to Kinesiology, KIN 380 -- Psychological Analysis of Physical Activity , KIN 385 -- Sociocultural Analysis of Physical Activity, Historical Analysis of Physical Education and Sport, as well as, two graduate level courses, KIN 504 -- Research Design in Human Performance & KIN 507 -- Cultural Analysis of Physical Activity.

I am a graduate of the Zinman College of Physical Education and Sport Sciences at the Wingate Institute, Israel (1973), The Nat Holman Coaching School at the Wingate Institute, Israel (1973, Track & Field; 1978 Olympic Gymnastics), SUNY Brockport, New York (1982, B.S., Physical Education), SIU, Carbondale, IL (1984, M.S. Social Psychology of Sport; 1989 Ph.D., Sport Psychology). My teaching experiences also include elementary and high school physical education, and 30+ years of coaching and teaching at the college and university levels.

Site Author with kids at Camp Janet, Summer 1998


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