David Daum, Ph.D.

Assistant Professor

 

Spartan Complex 113

 

(408) 924-3019

 

david.daum@sjsu.edu


Research Gate Profile

David Daum 

 

Professor Bio

Dr. David Daum earned his Ph.D. in Kinesiology with a concentration in pedagogy from the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign. He earned his master’s and bachelor’s degrees, also in Kinesiology, from California State University at Chico. Prior to coming to San Jose State University he was an Assistant Professor at the University of Southern Indiana in Evansville Indiana. At SJSU he teaches in both the undergraduate and credential programs teaching a wide breadth of courses. This also includes supervising student teachers, advising students, and serving as the program director for the physical education program.

Dr. Daum is active in scholarship with one book chapter, seven journal articles, nine funded grants, and 34 professional conference presentations. He is an active member of the California Association of Health, Physical Education, Recreation, and Dance (CAHPERD) and the Society of Health and Physical Educators (SHAPE- America). His primary areas of research include investigating online physical education (OLPE) and its implications regarding meeting the purpose of physical education, the use of technology in physical education, and youth physical activity levels during the school day. Additionally, he is a peer-reviewer for three professional journals (Strategies, JOPERD, and Journal of Online Learning Research).

Dr. Daum is an avid learner and always trying to grow professionally. He attends in-service trainings as often as he can. This includes being a basic archery instructor with the National Archery in Schools Program (NASP), several Sloan Consortium trainings, being a Quality Matters Peer Reviewer, and certified to coach in California public schools. He and his wife grew up and reside in the Bay Area and have a young son. They enjoy being active and outdoors by running, road biking, hiking, camping, and backpacking. 

 

Education

Ph.D. University of Illinois – Kinesiology (Concentration in pedagogy)

M.A. California State University Chico – Kinesiology (Concentration in pedagogy)

B.A. California State University Chico – Kinesiology (Concentration in pedagogy)

 

Expertise, Research & Teaching Interests

Physical education teacher education (PETE) is my main area of expertise and I work with undergraduate and credential students in their journey to become teachers. My primary teaching areas of interest are the integration of technology in teaching, assessment of learning, using curricular models, and teaching elementary physical education. The research I conduct focuses on exploring online physical education (OLPE) and its implications regarding meeting the purpose of physical education. I also conduct research regarding technology in physical education and youth physical activity levels during the school day.

 

Courses Taught

KIN 172 – Elementary school programs K-6

KIN 173 – Introduction to teaching physical education

KIN 177 – Movement experiences in physical education

KIN 178 – Management strategies for physical education teachers

KIN 179 – Design and assessment of movement experiences

KNED 184yz – Student teaching seminar in physical education

KNED 339 – Instructional materials and procedures in physical education

 

Selected Publications

Reynolds, E., Daum, D.N., Frimming, R., & Ehlman, K. (2016). Pickleball transcends generations in southwest Indiana: A University and area agency on aging partnership changing the face of aging, Journal of Intergenerational Relationships, 14, 242-251.

Rhoades, J.L., Woods, A.M., Daum, D.N., Ellison, D., & Trendowski, T. (2016) JTPE: A 30-year retrospective of published research, Journal of Teaching in Physical Education, 35, 4-15.

Daum, D.N. & Woods, A.M., (2015). Physical education teacher educator’s attitudes towards and understanding of K-12 online physical education. Journal of Teaching in Physical Education, 34, 716-724.

Woods, A.M., Graber, K.C., Daum, D.N. & Gentry, C. (2015). Young school children’s recess physical activity: Movement patterns and preferences, Journal of Teaching in Physical Education, 34, 496-516.

Daum, D.N, & Buschner, C. (2014). Research on teaching blended and online physical education. In R. Ferdig, & K. Kennedy (Ed.) Handbook of research on K-12 online and blended learning, Pittsburg, PA, ETC Press

Woods, A.M., Graber, K.C. & Daum, D.N. (2012). Children’s recess physical activity: Movement patterns and preferences, Journal of Teaching in Physical Education, 31, 146-162.

Daum, D.N., & Buschner, C. (2012). The status of high school online physical education in the United States, Journal of Teaching in Physical Education, 31, 86-100.

 

Selected Presentations

Butler, S., Bohigian, D., Daum, D.N., Ranney, S., Pascal-Gonzales, M., & Wiederholdt, B. (2016). Utley’s slide: Fair or foul play? Presented at the 2016 meeting of Western Society for Kinesiology & Wellness, Reno, NV.

Daum, D.N. (2016). Differentiated instruction and data driven instruction. Presented at the 2016 in-service training for Rhythm and Moves, Burlingame, CA.

Daum, D.N., & Buschner, C. (2015). The horse left the barn: Secondary online physical education. Presented at the 2015 meeting of the Western Society for Kinesiology and Wellness, Reno, NV.

Daum, D.N. & Buschner, C., (2015). More research required: Online physical education. An invited webinar for the Michigan Virtual Learning Research Institute: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=TLQzGo0YHzo

Daum, D.N., Mosier, B., Buschner, C., Smith, B., Cain, D., Driesen, R., Carone, K., & Williams, L. (2015). Best practices for blended and online physical education. Presented at the 2015 annual meeting of the Society for Health and Physical Educators, Seattle WA.

Daum, D.N., Buschner, C, Smith, B., & Mosier, B. (2014). Challenges in PE teacher education (PETE): Secondary online physical education. Presented at the annual meeting of the American Alliance for Health, Physical Education, Recreation and Dance, St. Louis, MO.

Daum, D. N., Buschner, C., & Woods, A. M. (2014). K-12 online physical education policy and practices in the United States. Presented at the World Congress meeting of the International Association for Physical Education in Higher Education, Auckland, New Zealand.

 

Undergraduate/Graduate Student Research Supervision

Currently serving as a committee member for a doctoral candidate at the University of West Virginia

 

Professional Affiliations

California Association of Health, Physical Education, Recreation, and Dance (CAHPERD)

Society of Health and Physical Educators (SHAPE America)


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