Eunhye Kwon

Eunhye Kwon

Assistant Professor
College Of Education And Human Development
Department of Counseling, Health and Kinesiology
Science and Technology Building, Room 142J

210-784-2519   |ekwon@tamusa.edu

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Biography

Dr. Eunhye Kwon is an Assistant Professor in the Department of Counseling, Health & Kinesiology. Dr. Kwon completed her Ph.D. in Kinesiology at the University of Virginia. She is a National Certified Adapted Physical Educator (CAPE) and a certified teacher in Physical Education in the state of California and South Korea. Dr. Kwon’s research interests are focused on effectiveness of infusion approached curriculum in Physical Education Teacher Education, fitness program for individuals with disabilities, and assessment in physical activity level of K-12 students with intellectual disability.

Awards

 
Year Name of the award
2021 GACE Best Research Award - Global Research Institute for Art and Culture Education, Sangmyung University, South Korea.
2019 Research Council Grant. Texas A&M University-San Antonio, San Antonio, TX.
2018

Outstanding Research Poster Presentation 3rd place in the Professional level,   95th  Annual Convention of the Texas Association for Health, Physical Education, Recreation & Dance. Galveston, TX.

President’s Commission on Equity Sponsorship Grant Award. Texas A&M University-San Antonio, San Antonio, TX.

2017 College of Education and Human Development Faculty Research Grant, Texas A&M University - San Antonio, San Antonio, TX.

Teaching Summary

 
Year Rank Company/Institute/University
2016-Present Assistant Professor Texas A&M University-San Antonio
2014-2016 Assistant Professor Northeastern Illinois University

Classes Observing

 
Course Code Course Name
EDED 3340 Health & Physical Education in EC & Elementary Teaching
EDHL 4344 Health & Aging
EDKN 3110 Field Residency 1
EDKN 3332 Program Development/Management in Fitness Industry
EDKN 4310 Teaching Elementary Physical Education
EDKN 4311 Teaching Secondary Physical Education
EDKN 4316 Complex Psychomotor Skills for Children
EDKN 4320 Motor Development and Learning
EDKN 4342 Motor Devleopment for Special Populations
EDKN 4328 Internship
EDKN 5333 Seminars in Special Topics
EDKN 5305 Graduate Research Project

Resources

 
Year Info
2012 National Certification of Adapted Physical Educator (CAPE), Adapted Physical Education National Standard, United States of America
2011 California Teaching License, Physical Education, California Department of Education, United States of America
2002 National Teaching License, Physical Education, The Ministry of Education, South Korea

Publications

  • Kwon, E., Block, M., Healy, S., & Kim, T. (2021). Adapted Physical Education: The perspective of Asian parents. International Journal of Environmental Research and Public Health, 19, 91.
  • Kwon. E. (2020). Review of online learning in physical education teacher education (PETE) program. Journal of Physical Education and Sports, 20(6). 3560-3568.
  • Kwon. E. (2020). A study of pre-service teachers’ satisfaction toward adapted physical education e-learning supplement. Journal of Education and Social Policies, 7(4), 13-23.
  • Kwon, E. (2019). Implementing diverse instructional strategies in Adapted Physical Education program: A case study of a child with autism. International Journal of Physical Education, Fitness, and Sports, 8(4). 117-124.
  • Park, M., Kim, Y., & Kwon, E. (2019). Geo-Baloo: Teaching geometry through physical activities, Early Years, 40(3). 28-30.
  • Kwon, E. (2018). Status of Introduction of Adapted Physical Education course and Infusion in Physical Education Teacher Education Program. Palaestra. 32(1). 32-37.
  • Kwon, E. (2018). Designing the physical activity program for children with disabilities. International Journal of Adapted Physical Education & Yoga, 3(11). 1-9.
  • Healy, S., Colombo-Dougovito, A., Judge, J., Kwon, E., Strehli, I., & Block, M. E. (2017). A practical guide to the development of an online course in adapted physical education. Palaestra, 31(2), 32-38.
  • Kwon, E., & Block, M. E. (2017). Implementing Adapted Physical Education E-learning into Physical Education Teacher Education Program. Research in Developmental Disabilities, 69, 18-29.
  • Kwon. E. (2017). How to reconceptualize physical education teacher education curriculum for successful training toward inclusion. Research in Dance and Physical Education, 1(1), 15-31.
  • Block, M.E., Healy, S., Kwon, E., Ruin, S., & Volkmann, V. (2017). Können Haltungen und Verhalten verändert werden? Der (internationale) Diskurs um Adapted Physical Education in der Sportlehrerbildung. Sonderpädagogische Förderung heute, 62(3), 255-265.
  • Block, M. E., Kwon, E., & Healy, S. (2016). Preparing Future Physical Educators for Inclusion: Changing the Physical Education Teacher Training Program. Journal of the Brazilian Association of Adapted Physical Activity, 17(1), 9-12.
  • Healy, S., Judge, J., Block, M., & Kwon, E. (2016). Preparing adapted physical educators to teach students with autism: current practicies and future directions?. The Physical Educator,73, 97-109.

Courses Teaching

Subject Number Section Description Term Syllabus
EDKN 4328 601 Internship I Spring 2022 Syllabi
EDKN 5305 500 Graduate Research Project Spring 2022 Syllabi
EDKN 3332 900 Prgm Dev/Mgmt Fitness Indstry Spring 2022 Syllabi
EDKN 3340 902 Health & PE-EC & Elem Teach Spring 2022 Syllabi
EDKN 4311 900 Teaching Secondary Phys Educ Spring 2022 Syllabi