Mrs. Gina Goebel
Education: M.Ed. in Health and Physical Education, Texas State University
Gina Goebel is an Instructor of Health Education. She obtained her M.Ed. in Health and Physical Education from Texas State University, and she obtained her undergraduate degree in Secondary Education with an emphasis on Health Education and Social Studies from Ball State University. Prior to working as an Instructor, Mrs. Goebel worked as a middle school teacher in Texas and Indiana which led to her interest in school health.
Mrs. Goebel’s interest focuses on advocacy for school and community health education programs and initiatives. She is especially interested in improving school health through legislative means and has actively advocated for school health issues on the state and federal level. Mrs. Goebel has an interest in hands on teaching techniques and integrates the use of these techniques in her teaching, service and research. She has presented her teaching techniques and research at many conferences, including the American School Health Association Conference (ASHA), the Indiana Alliance for Health Physical Education Recreation and Dance Conference and the Teaching About HIV/AIDS/STDs and Human Sexuality Education Conference.
Mrs. Goebel is currently the faculty advisor for Eta Sigma Gamma (a health education honor society). She teaches a variety of courses and serves as a supervisor of student teaching experiences in both the Health Education and Physical Education programs.