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Dr. Alisa James

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Office: 321 Tuttle Northjames
Phone: 585-395-5330
E-mail: ajames@brockport.edu

Education:
EdD, University of Massachusetts
MS, University of Illinois
BS, Illinois State

Area(s) of specialty:
Teacher education, assessment, and instructional alignment

Research interest(s):
Assessment, instructional alignment and urban physical education

Publications:

James, A.R., & Collier, D. (2011) An ecological examination of an urban sixth grade physical education class. Physical Education and Sport Pedagogy, 16(3), 279-293.
James, A.R (Ed). (2011). The marginalization of physical education: Problems and solutions.Journal  of Physical Education Recreation and Dance, 82(6), 15-28.
James, A.R. (2011). Introduction: The marginalization of physical education: Problems and solutions. Journal of Physical Education Recreation and Dance, 82(6), 15-16.
James, A.R. & Collier, D. (2011). Warm ups: The key to the beginning of a great lesson.Strategies,  25(1), 14-15.
James, A.R., Kellman, M., & Lieberman, L. (2011). Perspectives on Inclusion from students with disabilities and responsive strategies for teachers. Journal of Physical Education, Recreation and  Dance, 82(1), 33-38.
James, A.R., Griffin, L.L., & Dodds, P. (2009). Perceptions of middle school assessment: An ecological view. Physical Education and Sport Pedagogy, 14(3), 323-334.
James, A.R., Griffin, L.L., & Dodds, P. (2008). The relationship between instructional alignment and the ecology of physical education. The Journal of Teaching in Physical Education, 27, 308-326.

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Other:  
Alisa came to Tßhe College at Brockport in 2002. In addition to her teaching she has been involved as a faculty co-advisor for physical education majors club.

Last Updated 1/2/15