Dr. David Cluphf
Education: Ed.D. in Physical Education Teacher Education
David J. Cluphf received his Ed.D. in Physical Education Teacher Education in 1999 from West Virginia University. As an Associate Professor and Program Director in the Physical Education Teacher Education Masters Programs at SIUE he teaches Action Research and Research Methods in Physical Education. At the undergraduate level he teaches Early Childhood PE, Curriculum, Team Activities, and directs Field Placements. His primary research focus is on contextual applications of theoretical models. Additionally he has research interests in the study of teaching and assessment. He has co-authored articles that have been published in Adapted Physical Activity Quarterly, Physical Educator and Assessment Updates. He has also made numerous presentations at national and regional conferences.
Cluphf, D., & Lox. C. (2009). The use of electronic student-teacher journals as a form of program assessment. Assessment Updates
Cluphf, D., Scott, V., & Vogler, E.W. (under review). Lesson study collaboration between cooperating teachers and student teachers. ICHPER.
Cluphf, D., & Vogler, E.W. (2008). Lesson Study as a form of professional development for physical educators. ICHPER. 3(2), 86-94.
Cluphf, D., (2007). Lesson study as a form of professional development for physical educators. Illinois AAHPERD.
Schroeder C., & Cluphf, D., (2007). Intramurals as a means of promoting physical activity in elementary school. Illinois AAHPERD.
Rees, K.S., Thompson, S., Rees, C., Cluphf, D. (2005). Unexpected Findings in an Alternative High School: New Implications for Values Education. Californian Journal of Health Promotion Volume 3, Issue 1, 130-139
Cluphf, D., Schroeder, C., & Lox. C. (2004). A pilot study on the effect of involvement in physical education class on the affective states of at-risk middle school students. Illinois Schools Journal, 83, 77-82.
Cluphf, D. (2003). A low-ropes initiative unit for at-risk students. Strategies, 17, 13-17.