Stacy Beebe, EdD

Stacy BeebeAssociate Professor and Coordinator, Physical Education Teacher Education Program
School of Health and Physical Education
Building and Room Location: Institute for Collaboration 324
Telephone: 630-844-6186
Fax: 630-844-6182
Email Address: sbeebe@aurora.edu

I began teaching in higher education in 2004, after spending eight years teaching K–12 physical education and health in a variety of public school settings. I am passionate about the value of physical education on student learning, self-esteem, and overall health and wellness. My dissertation, “The Impact of Content Integration in Physical Education on Student Academic Achievement,” has provided evidence that quality integrated learning experience in physical education can have an impact on student academic achievement. It is my hope to help future physical educators develop their teaching skills in order to prepare them to create and develop quality physical education programs for all students.

Education
EdD, Northcentral University, Prescott, AZ
MS, Chadron State College, Chadron, NE
BS, Chadron State College, Chadron, NE

Areas of Specialization
K–12 Physical Education
Health Education
Elementary and Secondary School Administration
Instructional and Curriculum Leadership

Courses Taught
Foundations of Physical Education
Motor Development
Assessing Student Learning in K–12 Physical Education
Administration in K-12 Physical Education
Integrated Approach to Teaching 7–12 Physical Education
Student Teaching Seminar
Prosocial Behavior in K–12 Physical Education
Inclusive Physical Education Characteristics/ID Disability and the Law

Certifications and Memberships
Illinois Type 75, Certified
Golden Key International Honor Society, Member
American Alliance of Health, Physical Education, Recreation and Dance, Member

Illinois Association of Health, Physical Education, Recreation and Dance, Member

Publications and Presentations
Beebe, S. (2011). The Impact of Content Integration in PE on Student Academic Achievement. ProQuest.
The Impact of Content Integration in PE on Student Academic Achievement, IAHPERD State Convention, 2010.
Using the FAMME Model for Students with Special Needs, Spring Workshop, 2010.
Developing the K-12 Physical Ed. Curriculum, IAHPERD State Convention, 2009.
Developing the K-12 Physical Ed. Curriculum, Northern District IAHPERD, 2009.
Developing an IHSA Officiating Course, IAHPERD State Convention, 2009.
Developing an IHSA Officiating Course, Northern District IAHPERD, 2009.