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Sunday, November 11
 

1:00pm

Past-President's Luncheon
Sunday November 11, 2018 1:00pm - 4:00pm
Paddock Grill

1:00pm

Pre-convention Workshop: New State PE Standards and OPEN
Speakers
avatar for OPEN Phys Ed

OPEN Phys Ed

US Games
Before accepting his role as Professional Development Manager for OPEN, Brian Devore had over 25 years of exemplary teaching experience at the middle and elementary levels.  Additionally, he served as Fulton County Schools Health and Physical Education Coordinator.  In 2013-14... Read More →
avatar for Daniel Hill

Daniel Hill

PE-, 2019 KAHPERD President -Tates Creek Elementary
Yoga, Mindfulness, Technology, Advocacy


Sunday November 11, 2018 1:00pm - 4:00pm
Coldstream III

4:30pm

 
Monday, November 12
 

8:00am

Blue, Yellow, Red Zones in Action
Speakers
avatar for Sandy Moore

Sandy Moore

Sales Professional, HeartZones
Heart Zones Inc leads the Smart Physical Education movement to use heart rate and step tracking monitors to motivate, engage, and empower healthy 21st century students.


Monday November 12, 2018 8:00am - 8:30am
Coldstream IV

8:00am

Go365 Kick Start Your Day
Speakers

Monday November 12, 2018 8:00am - 8:30am
Coldstream I & II

8:00am

Adult Vaccination Education: A Case Study of Graves County, Kentucky
While public health professionals have been combatting the misinformation about vaccines causing autism and other health concerns, adult vaccination education was found to be an issue contributing to low vaccination rates among adults. In summer 2016, 480 individuals in Graves County, Kentucky participated in a survey examining access to preventive healthcare services. For vaccinations, 73.48% (194 out of 264) mentioned they were unaware of the age appropriate vaccination schedule as recommended by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC). This finding is consistent with a recent report by atom Alliance (2018) that stated the latest report from the CDC showed vaccination rates among adults are low. In the report, it stated only 20 percent of adults received the Tdap vaccination. The case study from Graves County, found that 75.70 percent of the 391 respondents to that question were up to date on their Tdap vaccination. This presentation will compare the case study results on vaccinations compared to the CDC Recommended Immunization Schedule for Adults.

Speakers
PM

Priscilla Maghrabi

Assistant Professor, Murray State University
avatar for Miranda Terry

Miranda Terry

Assistant Professor, Chair, Murray State University


Monday November 12, 2018 8:00am - 8:50am
Fayette Lecture Room

8:00am

Sustenance of small portion size consumption behavior in rural Appalachia: An application of Multi-Theory Model
Background: obesity is highly associated with poor health outcomes including many chronic diseases. Rural Appalachia has higher rate of obesity in the nation. However, obesity can be prevented by consuming small portion size. There is scarcity of public health theories that can predict the likelihood of initiation and sustenance of small portion size consumption behavior. Multi-theory model (MTM), developed recently has shown strong predictability of modifiable health behaviors. _x000D_
Objective: This study examined the association between MTM components changes in social environment, practice for change, and emotional transformation with the sustenance of small portion size consumption behaviors in rural Appalachia. _x000D_
Material and Method: A standardized MTM instrument for modifiable health behavior available in public domain was adapted and used for portion size consumption behavior. A cross-sectional research design and a convenience sampling were applied. Data was collected from six counties which are defined as distressed, at risk, and transitional mainly on the economic indicators by the Appalachian Research Commission (ARC). Direction and strength of the association between likelihood of sustaining small portion size consumption behavior and the components of sustenance model of MTM was assessed. Chi-square statistics was used for assessing the difference in sustenance behavior with sociodemographic factors including gender, education, employment, and ethnicity._x000D_
Results: A total of 156 people 92 (59%) males and 63(40.4%) females, age range 18 to 91 (39.22 + 19.02) years old who consumed large portion sizes in past 24 hours were included in the analysis. Majority of the participants were White (85.3%). More than half had high school education (51.9%) and were employed (61.5%). Spearman’s correlation has found a positive correlation between the MTM components emotional transformation (rs = 0.56), practice for change (rs = 0.55), and changes in social environment (rs = 0.35) with the likelihood of small portion size consumption behavior (p

Speakers
MD

Michael Dalessio

Assistant Professor, Health and Human Performance, Berea College


Monday November 12, 2018 8:00am - 8:50am
Clark Lecture Room

8:00am

Active Classrooms and Small Space Moves
Kicked out of the gym? No problem! Come to this session and receive tips and resources to get your students moving even in a small space. Daniel Hill is a National Board Certified teacher and national OPEN trainer.

Speakers
avatar for Daniel Hill

Daniel Hill

PE-, 2019 KAHPERD President -Tates Creek Elementary
Yoga, Mindfulness, Technology, Advocacy


Monday November 12, 2018 8:00am - 8:50am
Coldstream V

8:45am

GENERAL SESSION and KEYNOTE: Social and Emotional Learning in Health and Physical Education
KAHPERD Business Meeting:
Welcome by President Candace Young
Introduction of KAHPERD Awardees
Presentation of KAHPERD Merit Awards
Introduction of KAHPERD board nominees

General Assembly
All persons who have complied with Article I of the By-Laws on membership     shall constitute the General Assembly of the Kentucky Association for Health, Physical Education, Recreation and Dance. The General Assembly shall meet during the annual convention of the Association and conduct the business of the  Association as well elect officers for the new year. All business and elections     conducted by the Association shall comply with the Articles of the Constitution related to voting membership as well as Articles IX and X on the By-Laws and Amendment changes.


Keynote by SHAPE America Southern District President and OPEN National Trainer of the Year Brian Devore
#SEL in #PhysEd
Make it Happen!

With the proposal of new Kentucky Academic Standards for Physical Education, students will master innovative performance indicators regarding Social Interactions and Working with Others. What does that mean for physical educators?  Can this be achieved?  Join Brian Devore to explore Social and Emotional Learning (#SEL), how it has been integrated into physical education for years, and what #SEL in #PhysEd looks like!  #SEL outcomes create safe environments and positive class cultures. Experience strategies and activities designed to empower students as they explore, demonstrate, and master the positive behaviors that you want to see in your classroom. One of few to be named Physical Education Teacher of the Year at the elementary and middle school levels and 2014 SHAPE America Southern District Elementary Physical Education Teacher of the Year, Brian Devore is ready to bring his engaging presentation to you! Not only will Brian’s #SEL story help you in preparing students to take ownership and pride in their personal and social behaviors, it will encourage you to become advocates for physical education within your building and school district!


Speakers
avatar for OPEN Phys Ed

OPEN Phys Ed

US Games
Before accepting his role as Professional Development Manager for OPEN, Brian Devore had over 25 years of exemplary teaching experience at the middle and elementary levels.  Additionally, he served as Fulton County Schools Health and Physical Education Coordinator.  In 2013-14... Read More →


Monday November 12, 2018 8:45am - 9:50am
Coldstream III

10:00am

Moving with All the Kit and Kaboodle
Change things up a bit. Use some equipment to take ordinary dances and make them even more fun and challenging. Be ready to work on that cardio and have fun at the same time!

Speakers
avatar for Lydia Austin

Lydia Austin

Teacher, University of Kentucky & North Middletown Elementary School


Monday November 12, 2018 10:00am - 10:50am
Coldstream IV

10:00am

CATCH My Breath Youth E-Cigarette and JUUL Prevention Program
JUUL use has grown dramatically in recent months to become the most commonly used tobacco product by middle and high school students. Most e-cigarettes and ALL JUULs contain nicotine, a highly addictive substance that can harm adolescent brain development and has been associated with health and behavior problems. During this session, participants will be introduced to a best practices-based prevention program for middle and high school students and learn how schools across the U.S. are using CATCH My Breath to deliver e-cigarette and JUUL prevention education to their students. The program is being offered free to schools across the Nation.

Speakers
MB

Marcella Bianco

CATCH Global Foundation


Monday November 12, 2018 10:00am - 10:50am
Clark Lecture Room

10:00am

Dynamic PE ASAP: What's that about?
Dynamic Physical Education (DPE) is the most widely used physical education curriculum around the world. Now, it’s available for free. This activity-based session will expose participants to Dynamic PE ASAP. This online tool allows you to customize lessons, generate a weekly plan, create lessons based on your resources, and all with built in turnkey assessments. Come ready to move!

Speakers
AB

Aaron Beighle

Professor, University of Kentucky
HE

Heather Erwin

Professor, University of Kentucky


Monday November 12, 2018 10:00am - 10:50am
Coldstream I & II

10:00am

Health Related Fitness: Do It Daily
Join WKU PE Majors as they present this action packed session with a variety of K-12 activities that will teach health-related fitness concepts and encourage MVPA time for your students. See some of the top activity ideas from the 2018 Nashville SHAPE America Conference as well as new dance ideas. Join the fun!

Speakers
SH

Sally Hope

Physical Education Majors, Western Kentucky University


Monday November 12, 2018 10:00am - 10:50am
Coldstream V

10:00am

How to bring Girls on the Run to your school
This presentation will provide information on how to bring the GIRLS ON THE RUN program to your school. A current board member/coach/PE teacher and a GOTR Coach/School Counselor will provide you with many ideas and show you how to implement the GOTR curriculum to their school. Girls on the Run is for elementary girls grades 3rd-5th. They also have a Heart & Soul program for grades 6th-8th.

Speakers
EB

Emily Best

Warner Elementary School Counselor, Girls on the Run Coach
HB

Heather Blandford

School Counselor/Girls on the Run Coach, Warner Elementary


Monday November 12, 2018 10:00am - 10:50am
Fayette Lecture Room

10:00am

Ethical Positions on Athletics Among University Students
135 university students were polled about their opinions on 4 ethical, controversial, and contemporary issues in sport management related to the use of steroids, transgender sport participation, athlete public protesting at sporting events, and the age people should be taught to be competitive in athletics. The data will be presented although it continues to be collected for future publications.

Speakers
TB

Tom Bell

Associate Professor, Campbellsville University


Monday November 12, 2018 10:00am - 10:50am
Bourbon Lecture Room

11:00am

Physical Education Style Hula
Do you want to add some aloha to your dance unit? Kaholo yourself into physical education style hula with 2018 SHAPE America Teacher of the Year Kalie. This session will teach how to perform four hula steps and apply those steps to two hulas with arm gestures. Come be fully present in moving your hips while increasing your health-related fitness levels. Ready to implement lesson plans and assessments will be provided. Mahalo!

Monday November 12, 2018 11:00am - 11:50am
Coldstream I & II

11:00am

EVERFI: No-Cost Learning Programs for Real World Issues
Rx drug and alcohol abuse. Obesity. Lack of positive role models. Stigmas attached to mental health. How can we expect students to perform at the top of their academic game without providing them with the skills to overcome these personal issues? EVERFI provides teachers with free, scenario-based learning programs to help do just that. Each program is standards-aligned, self-assessing, and very engaging. Teachers will learn about the efficacy of the programs, create an account, obtain supplemental resources, and become a part of the EVERFI Network.

Speakers
avatar for Michael Oliver

Michael Oliver

Schools Manager, EVERFI
Former high schools Social Studies teacher with a passion for sharing great resources that cost nothing to teachers, schools, and districts thanks to EverFi's generous partners.


Monday November 12, 2018 11:00am - 11:50am
Clark Lecture Room

11:00am

OPEN PhysED: Fast Fitness First
Speakers
avatar for OPEN Phys Ed

OPEN Phys Ed

US Games
Before accepting his role as Professional Development Manager for OPEN, Brian Devore had over 25 years of exemplary teaching experience at the middle and elementary levels.  Additionally, he served as Fulton County Schools Health and Physical Education Coordinator.  In 2013-14... Read More →


Monday November 12, 2018 11:00am - 11:50am
Coldstream III

11:00am

Partner Based Training
A fun way to give a different training stimulus on your students by utilizing one another for resistance and assistance. Exercises that train every major movement pattern will be taught and demonstrated.

Speakers
DM

Dr. Mike Lane

Strength and Conditioning Coach


Monday November 12, 2018 11:00am - 11:50am
Coldstream IV

11:00am

Running: Clubs, Technology, and Competition
In this session, people we be given the opportunity to learn how to easily manage a school running club using a variety of resources. People will also learn how to utilize technology to manage their mileage tracking and rewards for their club using the EZ scan app. The EZ scan app has a small subscription cost. There will also be another option shared that will utilize technology to easily manage lap tracking for a running club.  One attendee at this session will win a one year subscription for EZ Scan + Timing, a  $179.95 value.
I have organized a successful community 5K for the last 6 years to raise money for my school and have used the profits to purchase resources for the school. I have also shared my knowledge with others and helped to raise money for many worthy causes. In this session, people will learn how to easily plan and manage a successful road race. 
People will also learn how to use different Google tools to organize a "Get Moving" community wellness step program as well as Fitnessgram Assessment Tracking.

Speakers
DR

DJ Riggs

Guidance Counselor/PE Teacher, Ben Johnson Elementary


Monday November 12, 2018 11:00am - 11:50am
Fayette Lecture Room

11:00am

Teaching Games for Understanding
This session introduces you to the Teaching Games for Understanding model for teaching PE. This is a great method for promoting all 3 learning domains within the PE setting. We will go through a short presentation and then jump right into a game so you can see for yourself what the TGFU model is all about!

Speakers
KB

Karen Baum

Assistant Professor, Campbellsville University
This is my 3rd year at Campbellsville University. I teach K-5 health and physical education curriculum and movement classes. I am retired from Model Lab School and EKU.
avatar for Lauren Willis

Lauren Willis

Assistant Professor, Campbellsville University
I am in my 3rd year as the Lead Professor for Health and Physical Education at Campbellsville University. I am also finishing my dissertation at UK under the leadership of Dr. Heather Erwin with a focus on physical education and academic performance.


Monday November 12, 2018 11:00am - 11:50am
Coldstream V

11:00am

Why do they stay: An examination of the experiences of rural sport officials
Nationally, sport management professionals are facing a shortage of individuals willing to serve as interscholastic sport officials. This shortage may stem from time constraints, low pay, travel requirements, or stress resulting from fear of physical harm or unsportsmanlike behavior officials experience from players, fans, or coaches. The presentation shares the findings of an investigation of the experiences of rural interscholastic sport officials. Using a case study design researchers sought to understand the motivation, challenges, and reasons sport officials officiate and stop officiating. To aid sport administrators with recruitment efforts researchers also sought to understand current official's recommendations on ways to attract and keep new officials.

Speakers
TJ

Tricia Jordan

Assistant Professor, Western Kentucky University


Monday November 12, 2018 11:00am - 11:50am
Bourbon Lecture Room

12:00pm

Research Poster Sessions and Lunch
http://kahperd.com/convention/researchposters/

Speakers
avatar for Miranda Terry

Miranda Terry

Assistant Professor, Chair, Murray State University


Monday November 12, 2018 12:00pm - 12:50pm
Coldstream III

1:00pm

Health Literacy 4 Life
This presentation will share a free resource that includes a few units at elementary, middle and high school that truly are using a skills-based approach. Participants will be able to access the materials, ask questions and set next steps on how their health education classroom can be more skills-based!

Speakers
avatar for Jessica Lawrence

Jessica Lawrence

Director, Cairn Guidance
Cairn Guidance brings decades of experience in education and adolescent/school health at the local, state, and national levels. We have the extensive knowledge and skills to support, collaborate and lead the work of creating healthier schools and communities. Cairn Guidance works... Read More →


Monday November 12, 2018 1:00pm - 1:50pm
Clark Lecture Room

1:00pm

ACTivate your Secondary Physical Education Program!
This session, designed to ACTivate your secondary physical education program, provides activities that: (1) Accelerate the heart; (2) Condition the body; and (3) Target skills and concepts. Introductory activities emphasize efficiency to get students moving quickly. Fitness activities are disguised as fun challenges to condition the muscles and respiratory system. Skills are taught effectively by alternating instruction and practice to maximize student opportunity. Participants will experience all in a four part lesson format.

Speakers
avatar for Angela Stark

Angela Stark

2018 Southern District PE TOY, SCAPA - Fayette County
SHAPE America Southern District Middle School PE Teacher of the Year


Monday November 12, 2018 1:00pm - 1:50pm
Coldstream III

1:00pm

Changing Lives One Arrow at a Time with Archery/NASP
The National Archery in the Schools Program (NASP®) is an in-school program aimed at improving educational performance among students in grades 4th - 12th. Through the program students are learning focus, self-control, discipline, patience, and the life lessons required to be successful in the classroom and in life. 
 
The program originated in 2002 with The Kentucky Department of Education as a way to introduce students to archery in PE classes. Over 15 years and 700 Kentucky schools later, NASP® lessons was introduced to over 145,000 students during the school day in 2017-18. 
 
Archery is an activity that doesn't discriminate based on popularity, athletic skill, gender, size, or academic ability. It's a different kind of team sport. It's open to any student. Its biggest supporters are professional educators. Let us help make NASP® part of your PE curriculum. Join NASP® in changing lives, one arrow at a time.

Speakers
avatar for Mrs. Lisa Frye

Mrs. Lisa Frye

State Coordinator, KDFWR and NASP® (National Archery in the Schools Program)
Patrick O'Connell (NASP®) and I will discuss the tremendous impact National Archery in the Schools Program has had in Kentucky schools and show you how easy it is to help your school start teaching archery as part of their curriculum.


Monday November 12, 2018 1:00pm - 1:50pm
Coldstream IV

1:00pm

How to teach juggling
This session will introduce basic juggling techniques. This hands-on session will introduce a juggling technique and then allow participants the opportunity to try it themselves. Progressions will be shown using both tennis balls and scarves. Tennis balls will be given away to all participants at the end.

Speakers
JL

Jim Larkin

Associate Professor - Health Promotion & Administration, EKU


Monday November 12, 2018 1:00pm - 1:50pm
Coldstream V

1:00pm

PE that makes them thirsty for more
It's been said that you can lead a horse to water but you can't make them drink. In education, our goal is to make students thirsty...thirsty for more. In recent years the importance of motivation and meaningful experiences during physical education have come into focus because they do just that, they make students thirsty for more movement. But how do you apply this information in your PE program? This session will provide activities and strategies to help students find physical education meaningful and motivating. Come ready to move...and you might leave thirsty!

Speakers
AB

Aaron Beighle

Professor, University of Kentucky
HE

Heather Erwin

Professor, University of Kentucky


Monday November 12, 2018 1:00pm - 1:50pm
Coldstream I & II

1:00pm

Sports Education Model
The Sports Education model allows students in grades 6-12 to create their very own sports league that has coaches, sports writers, photographers, referees, league voting and so much more than just playing in a typical sports unit. Students work various roles which provide them the opportunity to see the sport from new perspectives. Each team designs their own team name, creates their own jerseys and even makes trades! It is a fun way for students to take ownership of their PE program!  This model moves the instruction and teaching into the students' hands.

Speakers
avatar for Kristin Hawkins

Kristin Hawkins

PE & Health, North Bullitt High School
DM

Dennis Minnis

Physical Education and Heslth, North Bullitt High School


Monday November 12, 2018 1:00pm - 1:50pm
Fayette Lecture Room

1:00pm

JOCK TAX”: A SACK TO PROFESSIONAL ATHLETES
This presentation addressed the concepts, impact, and implementation of the “Jock tax”. The presentation will focus on three specific areas: (1) legislations that are used for imposing this special type of income taxes; (2) a review of non-resident taxable income and its relevance to the sports industry; and (3) the different approaches adopted by various states to apply the jock tax (i.e., the duty days approach or games played approach). The “Jock tax” started in the state of Illinois as a revenge practice for Michael Jordan by imposing taxes on visiting professional athletes. There are twenty-one states throughout the United States that utilize this tax system. Professional athletes are targets for this type of tax because they are popular and rich. Apparently, each state has been granted with constitutional authority to tax athletes or any professionals who conducts business in jurisdictions within its state. Each state can also tax its residents for income taxes, even if they were working in other states. Currently, four specific states, Florida, Tennessee, Texas, and Washington, have allowed professional athletes to enjoy the benefits of no state income tax, since the jock tax are practiced all over the country. Since the enactment of jock tax, it has created an administrative nightmare for the staff of state’s revenue services. Even if states use the standard “Duty Days method” to tax athletes, on average teams and athletes would still have to file up to ten different tax return forms. The authors argue that certain professional athletes should not be subjected to this abusive form of tax practice, just because they make much money. Additional, insight regarding the pros and cons of this tax system will be further discussed.

Speakers

Monday November 12, 2018 1:00pm - 1:50pm
Bourbon Lecture Room

2:00pm

Training to Cheer
A breakdown of the forces encountered in cheerleading and the training to help improve athlete safety and performance

Speakers
DM

Dr. Mike Lane

Strength and Conditioning Coach


Monday November 12, 2018 2:00pm - 2:50pm
Bourbon Lecture Room

2:00pm

Introduction to Youth Mental Health First Aid
Receive an introductory workshop to the 8-hour Youth Mental Health First Aid course, which helps adults recognize signs and symptoms of common mental health issues that students face.  Learn about common misconceptions of mental illness as well as ways to intervene and help during a mental health crisis.

Speakers

Monday November 12, 2018 2:00pm - 2:50pm
Clark Lecture Room

2:00pm

The Food Literacy Project: Implementation of Field-to-Fork Afterschool Programs in Elementary Schools
This research project is an evaluation case study of the Food Literacy Project’s Field-to- Fork Program (FFP) in two elementary schools located in Louisville, KY. The effectiveness of experiential education programs on improving children’s and caregivers’ food literacy, food access and health behaviors were measured. The overall goal of the FFP is to promote healthy lifestyles for the prevention of childhood obesity among children in elementary schools located in low-income Louisville neighborhoods. The intervention is distinctive in using experiential education and fresh fruit/vegetable access programming to directly connect underserved youth and families with fresh foods, the people who grow it, the land, and each other. Ultimately, this project creates a replicable model for addressing childhood obesity and builds a stronger local food system by empowering students and their families to organize and lead in making lasting lifestyle and community change.


Monday November 12, 2018 2:00pm - 2:50pm
Fayette Lecture Room

2:00pm

Activities to Build Positive Relationships with Students
Speakers
AB

Aaron Beighle

Professor, University of Kentucky
HE

Heather Erwin

Professor, University of Kentucky


Monday November 12, 2018 2:00pm - 2:50pm
Coldstream I & II

2:00pm

Float On
Do you have a passion for outdoor aquatic recreation, like stand-up paddle boarding? Would you like to share this passion with your students? Come learn how to simulate stand up paddle boarding in the physical education setting without a water source. Help your students become physically literate through a stand-up paddle boarding-specific workout and skill development. Let’s truly prepare our students for a lifetime of movement, making 50 Million Strong by 2029 a reality for all!

Speakers
avatar for Kalie McKinley

Kalie McKinley

Physical Educator, 2019 KAHPERD DANCE TOY -Cane Run Elementary
Kentucky AHPERD Dance Educator of the Year 2019SHAPE America Midwest District High School Teacher of the Year 2018Indiana SHAPE America Secondary Teacher of the Year 2017


Monday November 12, 2018 2:00pm - 2:50pm
Coldstream III

2:00pm

Health- and Skill-Related Fitness Components for Everyone
This is a K-12 approach to teaching the components of health-related and skill-related fitness. These engaging activities are used and modified for a variety of ages and ability levels by the presenters, who teach elementary and secondary physical education, respectively. The focus will be on skill-related fitness, with an integrated approach to health-related fitness. Students of all ages should leave class knowing exactly how to improve upon specific components of their fitness.

Speakers
MS

Melanie Smith

Instructor, Model Laboratory School
CW

Candace Wells

Secondary Physical Education & Health Instructor, Eastern Kentucky University/Model Laboratory School


Monday November 12, 2018 2:00pm - 2:50pm
Coldstream IV

2:00pm

Yukigassen-Winter Olympics New Sport or Glorified Dodgeball?
Presenters will discuss the merits of the game and provide both sides of an argument about its similarities to Capture the Flag and Dodgeball. Participants will also have the opportunity to participate in the activity.

Speakers
MD

Michael Dalessio

Assistant Professor, Health and Human Performance, Berea College
DM

Dr. Michelle Thornton

Assistant Professor, Berea College


Monday November 12, 2018 2:00pm - 2:50pm
Coldstream V

3:00pm

Winning While Still Committing to Academics.
The research topic of academic clustering among college student-athletes (SA) typically includes group differences (Fountain & Finley, 2009; Schneider, Ross, & Fisher, 2010). Moreover, frequently the sample that investigators focus on are men’s NCAA Division 1 programs (Houston & Baber, 2017; Schneider et al., 2010; Fountain & Finley, 2009). The purpose of this study is to shed light on a women’s NCAA Division 2 softball program that displays the possibility for the SA to be successful on the field and in the classroom. This pilot study includes firsthand testimonial from the head coach that includes what works and what doesn't when collaborating with college professors.

Speakers
avatar for Dr. Chase M.L. Smith

Dr. Chase M.L. Smith

Asst. Professor, Univ. of Southern Indiana


Monday November 12, 2018 3:00pm - 3:50pm
Bourbon Lecture Room

3:00pm

Predictors of success in exercise science physiology course sequence: A case report form Murray State University
Student success is at the forefront of higher education. However, with recent changes in Kentucky state funding for higher education, universities need to fully appreciate and create pathways for students to be successful, while maintaining the academic integrity of the college degree. Within the exercise science major at Murray State University, students are required to take a series of courses in exercise physiology. The coursework is scaffolded, and subsequent courses in the series have listed pre-requisites such as passing previous coursework with a “C” or better and grade point average. With the push to graduate students to improve state funding and reduce time to degree, it is important that each major determine key criteria for success and if pre-requisite course sequences are actually beneficial to the student. Therefore, the purpose of this investigation was to determine if predictors of success could be identified for the exercise physiology series. The results of the correlation analysis identified the ACT science subscale is the strongest of the ACT components to predict success in the exercise physiology sequence (p

Speakers
PM

Priscilla Maghrabi

Assistant Professor, Murray State University
BR

Brenda Reeves

Assistant Professor, Murray State University


Monday November 12, 2018 3:00pm - 3:50pm
Clark Lecture Room

3:00pm

Nutrition and Physical Activity Habits of Study Abroad Students in Florence, Italy
Obesity continues to be an epidemic in U.S. college students. Europeans, on the other hand, tend to have healthier eating habits and participate in more physical activity. The purpose of this study was to investigate the nutrition and physical activity habits of American College students living in Italy for a four-week study abroad. Food preparation and eating time, nutritional quality, and physical activity of 21 American students were collected via self-report prior to study abroad, while in Italy, and again after returning to the U.S. Pre- and post- surveys were also completed to specifically measure self-efficacy. Overall, participants appeared to either maintain or improve their self-efficacy from pre-post survey for both eating healthy and physical activity. Participants increased their physical activity during the study abroad, and remained higher one month post-study abroad experience. Nutrition habits did not change while in Italy, although time spent eating did, with students increasing their time spent eating while in Italy. Findings from this study support previous research that states that college students do not meet most nutrition and physical activity recommendations. The fact that physical activity was greatly improved while studying abroad lends support to research stating that the environment can greatly influence health choices, particularly when the healthy choice is the default choice. College students studying abroad may provide a captive audience for health education.

Speakers
avatar for Dana Bush

Dana Bush

Department Chair, Eastern Kentucky University
Higher Education. Our program offers an online bachelors in child development and also certificates in early childhood administration as well as infant/toddler programming.
avatar for Rachel Harrington

Rachel Harrington

Assistant Professor, Eastern Kentucky University


Monday November 12, 2018 3:00pm - 3:50pm
Coldstream IV

3:00pm

Using Food Challenges and Online Cooking Videos as a Strategy for Healthy Behavior Change
The goal of this research project was to evaluate the effectiveness of goal oriented activities in a nutrition class in promoting healthy lifestyles of college students. In addition to the traditional approach of lectures, educational materials and activities which are goal oriented were added to the class. The students were asked to participate in food challenges to help translate nutrition knowledge into behavior change. Typical food challenges included: eat when hungry, eat more fruits and vegetables, decrease added sugar, choose healthy fats, shake the salt habit, increase your calcium intake, control portion size, choose healthy snacks and cook using herbs and spices. Each challenge was accompanied by tips to meet the challenge and several cooking videos. Data collection included beginning/end of course surveys, written reflections, and diet analysis.

Speakers

Monday November 12, 2018 3:00pm - 3:50pm
Fayette Lecture Room

3:00pm

SuperStars Competition
Speakers
SH

Sally Hope

Physical Education Majors, Western Kentucky University


Monday November 12, 2018 3:00pm - 5:00pm
Coldstream III

3:00pm

Using and Applying the New KY Health Education Standards
Speakers
avatar for Jessica Lawrence

Jessica Lawrence

Director, Cairn Guidance
Cairn Guidance brings decades of experience in education and adolescent/school health at the local, state, and national levels. We have the extensive knowledge and skills to support, collaborate and lead the work of creating healthier schools and communities. Cairn Guidance works... Read More →


Monday November 12, 2018 3:00pm - 6:00pm
Coldstream I & II

5:00pm

Student/Pre-Professionals Only Social
More information and must RSVP at the following link
https://goo.gl/forms/1Ie9HKiH52gjs95w2
Must also complete online waiver with LEF, link included in above RSVP.

Monday November 12, 2018 5:00pm - 7:00pm
LEF Climbing 916 N Broadway, Lexington, KY 40505, USA

7:30pm

President's/US Games Social
Monday November 12, 2018 7:30pm - 10:00pm
Rock House Brewery 119 Luigart Ct, Lexington, KY 40508
 
Tuesday, November 13
 

8:00am

Children Friendly Sport abC funEball
Speakers
avatar for EungSoo Oh

EungSoo Oh

Professor, DongA univ. in Korea
I am a professor from S. Korea and invented two new sports which are very useful for teachers to teach children more actively participate in PE activity.Those new sports are called 'Fhun-E ball,' and 'abC funEball'


Tuesday November 13, 2018 8:00am - 8:30am
Coldstream V

8:00am

Go365 Kick Start Your Day
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Tuesday November 13, 2018 8:00am - 8:30am
Coldstream I & II

8:00am

Heart Rate Technology in PE
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avatar for Sandy Moore

Sandy Moore

Sales Professional, HeartZones
Heart Zones Inc leads the Smart Physical Education movement to use heart rate and step tracking monitors to motivate, engage, and empower healthy 21st century students.


Tuesday November 13, 2018 8:00am - 8:30am
Coldstream IV

8:00am

Perceptions and Attitudes of Nonmedical Prescription Stimulant Use Regarding College Students Stress and Time Management: Implications for Health Education Interventions
College students are twice as likely to abuse prescription stimulants compared to their peers who are not in college. One of the most common reasons given by students for abuse of prescription stimulants is to improve academic success. The purpose of this presentation is to share results from a quantitative survey which was administered to 244 undergraduate students measuring stress management, time management, and overall perceptions and attitudes about prescription stimulant drug use among college students. In addition, implications for stimulant abuse prevention and drug education interventions will be presented.

Speakers
MD

Ms. Darby Cooksey

Associate Professor, Eastern Kentucky University


Tuesday November 13, 2018 8:00am - 8:50am
Bourbon Lecture Room

8:00am

The Impact of Health Insurance on Preventive Health Care Utilization: Evidence from Graves County, Kentucky
Private health insurance is the primary source of coverage for most Americans. During the year 2016, 91.2% of Americans had health insurance coverage (Bureau, US Census: 2016). The uninsurance rate in Kentucky decreased from 15.9% in 2009 to 8.5% in 2014. It is a common belief that health insurance impacts positively on preventive care including vaccinations and screenings. This may be the case for urban educated and high-income dwellers. However, rural populations are usually less educated with lower income. This study aims to analyze the impacts of health insurance on preventive care utilization in a rural setting, Graves County, Kentucky. We find a strong correlation between having health insurance and preventive care utilization. Our regression analysis shows that both private and employer-provided insurance are good predictors of preventive care utilization. The findings are crucial to the health planners and policymakers.

Speakers
AM

Azaher Molla

Assistant Professor & Program Director of Community and Public Health, Murray State University
avatar for Miranda Terry

Miranda Terry

Assistant Professor, Chair, Murray State University


Tuesday November 13, 2018 8:00am - 8:50am
Fayette Lecture Room

8:45am

GENERAL SESSION and KEYNOTE: Do Something Extraordinary
KAHPERD Business Meeting:
Welcome by President Candace Young and passing of the gavel to President Daniel Hill
Announcement KAHPERD board election results

General Assembly
All persons who have complied with Article I of the By-Laws on membership     shall constitute the General Assembly of the Kentucky Association for Health, Physical Education, Recreation and Dance. The General Assembly shall meet during the annual convention of the Association and conduct the business of the  Association as well elect officers for the new year. All business and elections     conducted by the Association shall comply with the Articles of the Constitution related to voting membership as well as Articles IX and X on the By-Laws and Amendment changes.


KEYNOTE:
Jessica Lawrence, "Do Something Extraordinary"

Jess Lawrence is an enthusiastic, energetic, extroverted New Englander living in Eastern Kentucky by way of Portland, Oregon after twenty years. She started her career doing exactly what she wanted to do since her own high school experience—teaching 7th graders health education. In 2003, Jess was hired as the Health Education Curriculum Specialist for the Oregon Department of Education, where she provided assistance and professional development to health teachers across Oregon. She also worked with a team of professionals to implement coordinated school health statewide. In 2006, Jess pursued a career as a national school & community health consultant, working with state departments of transportation, education, and health and non-profits to create healthier schools and communities. She writes curriculum, facilitates strategic planning processes, presents keynote addresses at conferences and facilitates adult learners.
Jess commits the time to regularly swim, run, bicycle, cook and travel internationally for vacation. Jess has lived in Chile and New Zealand. The majority of Jess’ television screen time is spent watching the best sport in the world, soccer! Her biggest weakness is mint chocolate chip ice cream.

Speakers
avatar for Jessica Lawrence

Jessica Lawrence

Director, Cairn Guidance
Cairn Guidance brings decades of experience in education and adolescent/school health at the local, state, and national levels. We have the extensive knowledge and skills to support, collaborate and lead the work of creating healthier schools and communities. Cairn Guidance works... Read More →


Tuesday November 13, 2018 8:45am - 9:50am
Coldstream III

10:00am

Children Friendly Sport abC funEball: Classroom Lecture
Speakers
avatar for EungSoo Oh

EungSoo Oh

Professor, DongA univ. in Korea
I am a professor from S. Korea and invented two new sports which are very useful for teachers to teach children more actively participate in PE activity.Those new sports are called 'Fhun-E ball,' and 'abC funEball'


Tuesday November 13, 2018 10:00am - 10:50am
Bourbon Lecture Room

10:00am

Get On Your Feet!
Join me and some of my University of Kentucky KHP students in Integrating dance into warm-ups! It’s a fun way to reinforce dance elements and coordination. Learn some dances that will increase that heart rate and get your students moving.

Speakers
avatar for Lydia Austin

Lydia Austin

Teacher, University of Kentucky & North Middletown Elementary School


Tuesday November 13, 2018 10:00am - 10:50am
Coldstream IV

10:00am

Shaping the Future with Healthy Snacks
Are you interested in learning how to help your students enjoy nutritious and delicious snacks throughout the day? Come learn how The Dairy Alliance and Fuel Up to Play 60 can help you provide healthy options to encourage your students to be at their best. We will focus on easy-to-prepare snacks that you can make in the classroom and that your students can also enjoy at home with their families.

Speakers
avatar for Alan Curtsinger

Alan Curtsinger

Manager of Youth Wellness, The Dairy Alliance
Fuel Up to Play 60, the nation’s largest in-school nutrition and physical activity program, works in 73,000 schools nationwide to increase physical activity, healthy eating habits and access to nutritious foods through student, teacher and parent involvement. The program is a partnership... Read More →


Tuesday November 13, 2018 10:00am - 10:50am
Clark Lecture Room

10:00am

Activities to help teach fitness concepts
Fun and easy activities to help teach fitness concepts. Ideas best used for K-6th grade, but could easily be modified for high school.

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Tuesday November 13, 2018 10:00am - 10:50am
Coldstream V

10:00am

National PE institute takeaways
KAHPERD board members that attended the National pe institute will be presenting one of their favorite takeaways. This session would benefit k-12 physical education teachers.

Speakers
avatar for Daniel Hill

Daniel Hill

PE-, 2019 KAHPERD President -Tates Creek Elementary
Yoga, Mindfulness, Technology, Advocacy
avatar for LaDonda Porter

LaDonda Porter

Physical Education Teacher, 2019 KAHPED MS PE TOY - Beaumont Middle School
2018 KAHPERD Middle School Teacher of the Year
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Linda Rucker

Physical EducationTeacher, Bullitt County Public Schools
avatar for Chad Sweeney

Chad Sweeney

PE Teacher/Project Fit America Trainer
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Candace Young

Past President, KAHPERD


Tuesday November 13, 2018 10:00am - 10:50am
Coldstream I & II

11:00am

Add Some Maori Culture to Physical Education
Ki Ora! Do you want to add some Maori manaakitanga (hospitality) to your physical education dance unit? Come learn how to perform the haka Ka Mate, Maori poi balls, and Maori stick games with SHAPE America Teacher of the Year Kalie. This session will help add diversity and promote acceptance among cultures to your physical education program. Ready to implement lesson plans and assessments will be provided. Haere Ra!

Speakers
avatar for Kalie McKinley

Kalie McKinley

Physical Educator, 2019 KAHPERD DANCE TOY -Cane Run Elementary
Kentucky AHPERD Dance Educator of the Year 2019SHAPE America Midwest District High School Teacher of the Year 2018Indiana SHAPE America Secondary Teacher of the Year 2017


Tuesday November 13, 2018 11:00am - 11:50am
Coldstream IV

11:00am

What are the best recovery methods? Let's look at the evidence...
How we recover from training (and how much) is just as crucial has how we train and how often. However, most athletes put less time and thought into their recovery plan than their training, this leaves them vulnerable to cumulative trauma and hormonal imbalances that affect their performance. Our discussion will examine the latest recovery methods and evaluate their effectiveness. We will also build a checklist for proper mental and physical recovery.

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Tuesday November 13, 2018 11:00am - 11:50am
Fayette Lecture Room

11:00am

What can we learn from 18th Century Wellness Concepts
What is it we can learn from an 18th Century clergy person and the founder of Methodism, Rev. John Wesley? What were some his unique approaches to health and wellness, some of which were quite progressive for his lifetime?

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Tuesday November 13, 2018 11:00am - 11:50am
Clark Lecture Room

11:00am

High Tech, Low Tech, YOUR Tech!
Speakers
avatar for OPEN Phys Ed

OPEN Phys Ed

US Games
Before accepting his role as Professional Development Manager for OPEN, Brian Devore had over 25 years of exemplary teaching experience at the middle and elementary levels.  Additionally, he served as Fulton County Schools Health and Physical Education Coordinator.  In 2013-14... Read More →


Tuesday November 13, 2018 11:00am - 11:50am
Coldstream III

11:00am

Kids Heart Challenge
Introduction to our new program, Kids Heart Challenge.


Tuesday November 13, 2018 11:00am - 11:50am
Bourbon Lecture Room

11:00am

Teaching and Assessing Social Behaviors in PE
Social behaviors are part of the PE national standards 4 and 5. However, planning, implementing and assessing these standards in a consistent way can be challenging. The teaching of social behaviors in PE should be deliberate and contextual. In addition, students need to know how they are held accountable during lessons. The purpose of this presentation is to provide teachers with information on how to implement a step-by-step a group contingency strategy that can help them to teach and assess social behaviors that are relevant to their classes. _x000D_
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By the end of this presentation, participants will be able to: (a) select observable and relevant behaviors to be taught in their classes, (b) elaborate a context specific social skill strategy that fits to a particular content to be taught or to a particular class, (c) use this teaching strategy as an authentic assessment of students’ social behaviors.

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Tuesday November 13, 2018 11:00am - 11:50am
Coldstream V

11:00am

Whistle Warm-Up, $10 and a Bone and Yellow Brick Mum lesson!
Come see some advanced ways of teaching through creative direction giving, a very engaging activity that covers multiple core content while working on fitness levels, and ways to advance your students into being the leaders of tomorrow through social/emotional development. Stacking cups, laminated skeletons, and play money will be given away at the end!!!

Speakers
avatar for Chad Sweeney

Chad Sweeney

PE Teacher/Project Fit America Trainer


Tuesday November 13, 2018 11:00am - 11:50am
Coldstream I & II

1:00pm

Seconday PE Actiivities
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Tuesday November 13, 2018 1:00pm - 1:50pm
Coldstream IV

1:00pm

How to develop empathy during an exercise physiology lab experience
In 2017, more than 20% of high school students in Kentucky were classified as obese, and adolescent and adult obesity rates in the U.S. continue to rise. Unfortunately, many healthcare practitioners perceive people with obesity as unmotivated, noncompliant, or lazy. These negative weight-based stereotypes from practitioners creates a poor client experience increasing feelings of low self-worth, increasing poor health behaviors from clients, and increasing avoidance of medical care. A faculty member at Murray State University wants to change the perception of obesity and physical activity within the Exercise Science program. She developed an empathy lab within the exercise physiology lab course. Selected students perform a series of activities of daily living and physical activities (e.g., tying their shoes, getting up from the floor, completing a step test, jogging on a treadmill, etc.). The lab partners record rate of perceived exertion (RPE), heart rate, and shortness of breath, as well as video record segments of each activity and record qualitative data such as perceived challenges encountered. The same selected students then put on either a weighted vest (20lb), a weighted fat vest (25lb) that mimics central obesity, or both; and repeat all the activities while their lab partners record the same measurements. After completing the lab, the students debrief with the instructor and then write a reflection for the lab experience, as it relates to awareness and empathy for people with obesity. The reflection addresses the emotional changes related to weight bias that took place during the lab, and the student’s plan to use empathy in their desired career when working with people with obesity to develop interventions that effectively address meaningful health behavior change in this population.

Speakers
PM

Priscilla Maghrabi

Assistant Professor, Murray State University
BR

Brenda Reeves

Assistant Professor, Murray State University


Tuesday November 13, 2018 1:00pm - 1:50pm
Fayette Lecture Room

1:00pm

Building A Peer Health Education Program
With their faculty/labor supervisor, students at Berea College are building a peer health education program that connects academics, labor, and student life in meaningful and health promoting ways.

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Tuesday November 13, 2018 1:00pm - 1:50pm
Clark Lecture Room

1:00pm

EZ Scan Mileage Club App
Come see the EZ Scan Mileage Club app in action to get your students, staff, and families moving! This session will demonstrate how to to get started with EZ Scan and how to incorporate it into your school's initiative to increase physical activity. The bar code scanner is a huge motivator for all ages. Particpants will get to actually give this app a "test drive" and scan some cards. There will be FREE samples directly from the Fitness Finders Co. and some drawings for prizes too!  I appreciate the company asking me to present this awesome program!

Speakers
avatar for Matthew Pollock

Matthew Pollock

Physical Education Teacher, Brandenburg Primary School
I have been teaching Primary (K-3) students for 23 years and have been head soccer coach at Meade County High School for 18 years. Last year I was blessed to be one of the recipients of the 2019 Elementary Valvoline Teacher Achievement Awards as a candidate for the KY Teacher of the... Read More →


Tuesday November 13, 2018 1:00pm - 1:50pm
Bourbon Lecture Room

1:00pm

Games from around the World
Want to know what type of games are played in different countries of the world?  Come to this participation session to learn how to teach Games From Around the World for elementary to middle school students.  This is a great way to integrate with Social Studies and the classroom teachers!

Speakers
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Karen Baum

Assistant Professor, Campbellsville University
This is my 3rd year at Campbellsville University. I teach K-5 health and physical education curriculum and movement classes. I am retired from Model Lab School and EKU.
avatar for Lauren Willis

Lauren Willis

Assistant Professor, Campbellsville University
I am in my 3rd year as the Lead Professor for Health and Physical Education at Campbellsville University. I am also finishing my dissertation at UK under the leadership of Dr. Heather Erwin with a focus on physical education and academic performance.


Tuesday November 13, 2018 1:00pm - 1:50pm
Coldstream I & II

1:00pm

Partnering with Cooperative Extension to Teach Nutrition
The Hardin County Extension Office has been partnering for a few years with the Lincoln Trail Elementary Physical Education classes to learn about nutrition and health. By using MyPlate basics, food labels, food models, physical activity, and competition, kids learn what foods should be on their plate at each meal, which should be limited to "sometimes," and how we can incorporate better nutrition decisions into our daily lives. Plus, learn the various ways (more than just nutrition!) that you can partner with your county's Extension Office for free resources and programming in your classroom or gym!

Speakers
avatar for Mrs. Dayna Fentress

Mrs. Dayna Fentress

Lincoln Trail Elementary School Physical Education Teacher, Hardin County Schools
avatar for Chad Sweeney

Chad Sweeney

PE Teacher/Project Fit America Trainer


Tuesday November 13, 2018 1:00pm - 1:50pm
Coldstream V

1:00pm

USTA Net Generation School Tennis Workshop
The USTA tennis workshop is focused to create partnerships between schools. With Net Generation, the USTA is committed to helping teachers introduce tennis in PE classes._x000D_
Net Generation encourages kids to become engaged and challenge themselves with a new standard of play. The easy-to-follow PE curricula help teachers shape the game for individuals, so they can advance at their own pace. More importantly, it uses tennis as a pathway to personal development beyond the court

Speakers
avatar for Stacey Croley

Stacey Croley

Manager of Community Development, USTA KY
I work with all efforts toward getting racquets in hands of children or adults. We can host a free tennis workshop for your school district and help you gain access to tennis equipment and resources to make teaching tennis easy.


Tuesday November 13, 2018 1:00pm - 1:50pm
Coldstream III

2:00pm

CLOSING GENERAL SESSION: Shaping Our Future (Funding Your Program and Meeting Your Professional Needs)
Prizes and conference give-aways announced must be present to win!

2018 has been a year of transformation for education and especially for KAHPERD.  Join us for the closing session as we discuss and share what 2019 and beyond will look like for KAHPERD and SHAPE America.  From advocacy and legislation, to new fundraising opportunities for you and your school; join us as we collectively work to truly "shape our future".


Speakers
avatar for Daniel Hill

Daniel Hill

PE-, 2019 KAHPERD President -Tates Creek Elementary
Yoga, Mindfulness, Technology, Advocacy
avatar for Jamie Sparks

Jamie Sparks

ETR School Health Manager/KAHPERD Executive Director, SHAPE America President


Tuesday November 13, 2018 2:00pm - 2:50pm
Coldstream III