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Educational Background

Ed.D., Teachers College, Columbia University Curriculum and Teaching in Physical Education (2009)

Ed.M., Teachers College, Columbia University Curriculum and Teaching in Physical Education (2007)

M.S., Brooklyn College, City University of New York, Graduate Honors in Physical Education (2005)

B.A., Barnard College, Columbia University, English; Graduated with Distinction in Major; Dean's List (1989)

Research Interests

Curriculum and teaching.  Structuring and implementation of competitive activities in physical education.

Refereed Publications

Bernstein, E., & Phillips, S.R.  (2015).  Identifying contexts and analysis of affect during competitive activities.  International Journal of Physical Education

Bernstein, E., Gibbone, A., & Rukavina, P.  (2015).  Task Design and Skill Level Perceptions of Middle School Students Toward Competition in Dance-related Active Gaming.  Physical Educator  

Novak, D., & Bernstein, E.  (2015).   A review of research on physical education teachers and coach education (2013-2014). International Journal of Physical Education 

Bernstein, E., & Herman, A. (2014). Code-switching and competition: Code-switching and competition: An examination of a situational response.  Quest, 66, 409 420.

Bernstein, E., Herman, A. M., & Lysniak, U. (2013). Beliefs of pre-service teachers toward competitive activities and the effect on implementation and planning for physical education classes. Teacher Education Quarterly, 40(4), 63-79.

Gibbone, A., Bernstein, E., & Rukavina, P. (2013). Gender and grade level analysis of student perceptions regarding competition during dance-related active gaming.  Global Journal of Health and Physical Education, 2(2), 128-149.

Gibbone, A., & Bernstein, E. (2013). Applying motivational concepts of active gaming in physical education, PE Matters, 46-48.

Bernstein, E., & Rasmussen, J.K. (2013).  Colors of competence in competition: A guide for active learning in competitive activities.  Strategies, 26(2) 14-18. 

Phillips, S.R., & Bernstein, E.  (2012). Competitive activities in physical education class: How do students perceive fun? Physical Educator, 45, 19-21.

Bernstein, E., Phillips, S.R., & Silverman, S. (2011). Attitudes and perceptions of middle school students toward competitive activities in physical education class. Journal of Teaching in Physical Education, 30, 69-83.

Chapters

Bernstein, E. (in press, 2015).  Guided by the Book of the Five Rings: What I learned my first year as a professor.  In Andrew Kemp (Ed.). Dignity of the calling:  Educators share the beginnings of their journeys. Charlotte, NC: Information Age Publishing.

Bernstein, E., Gibbone, A., & Lysniak U. (2013). Competition and considerations: The use of active gaming in the physical education class. In Audrey Cohan & Andrea Honigsfeld (Eds.), Breaking the mold of classroom organization and management: Innovative and successful practices of engagement, motivation, and student empowerment for 21st century schools (pp. 101-107). New York: Rowman and Littlefield. 

Silverman, S., & Bernstein, E. (2012). What counts as good research. In Kathy Armour & Doune Macdonald (Eds.), Research methods in physical education and youth sport (40-51).  London: Routledge.

Grants

Phillips, S.R., & Bernstein, E. (2013). Creating competitive activities in physical education for a multicultural population ($600) funded by Hofstra University School of Education Grant.

Bernstein, E. (2012). Principal Investigator, Pre service teacher beliefs regarding planning for competitive activities in Physical education. Professional Staff Congress, Traditional A (Funded, $1285) with Ariela Herman, Queens College, City University of New York.

Bernstein, E. (2011). Principal Investigator, Teachers’ perceptions of planning and implementation of competitive activities for middle school multicultural students in physical education class. Professional Staff Congress, Traditional A (funded for $1285), Queens College, City University of New York.

Gibbone, A. (2010). Principal-Investigator, Middle School Students’ Perceptions Regarding Competition in a Physical Education Setting Using Exergaming Technology, funded by the Adelphi University Presidents Faculty Development Award ($2,000) with Eve Bernstein (Queens College).

Courses Taught

FNES 705 Research Methods in Family Nutrition, Consumer Sciences and Physical Education (graduate class)

FNES 714 Analysis of Teaching Methods in Physical Education (graduate class)

FNES 713 Curriculum Development in Physical Education (graduate class)

FNES 160 Principles and Foundations of Physical Education (undergraduate class)

FNES 343 Motor Learning (undergraduate class)

FNES 11 Self Defense

Courses Developed

FNES 716 Application of Contextual Issues in Physical Education

Awards and Honors

Federation Internationale d'Education Physique (FIEP), Nomination for U.S. Delegate for 2015

Eastern District Association 2014, Margaret Paulding Lecturer in Physical Education

Queens College, 2012, William Stewart Travel Award

Licenses and Certifications

·Professional New York State Certification in Education/Physical Education, (K-12)

·Certified Instructor CPR, First Aid (ASHI)

·Certified Assistant Professor (Jo-kyu Shidoin) Kokushi Karate-do

·Certified Instructor (Shidoin) Kokushi-ryu Jujutsu

·Certified Regional Instructor Kokushi Martial Arts Aerobic Exercise

Professional Associations

·Society of Health and Physical Educators (SHAPE)

·New York Association for Health, Physical Education, Recreation and Dance (NYS AHPERD)

·American Educational Research Association (AERA)

·AERA/SIG-Research on Teaching Instruction in Physical Education

 Selected Conference Presentations

Herman, A., & Bernstein, E. (March, 2015) Cognition and understanding of learning

domain goals.  Paper will be presented at Research Program of the 2015 SHAPE America National Convention and Exposition in Seattle, WA.

Bernstein, E., & Phillips, S.R. (March, 2014).  Unity in diversity: Structuring competitive activities for a multicultural population. Presentation at the AAHPERD Eastern District Convention in Newport, RI

Bernstein, E., & Rasmussen, J. (March, 2014). Colors of Competence in Competition Guide: Structuring successful competitive activities.  Presentation at the AAHPERD Eastern District Convention in Newport, RI.

Phillips, S.R., & Bernstein (March, 2014). Student perceptions of PE in elementary school, Presentation at the AAHPERD Eastern District Convention in Newport, RI.

Bernstein, E., & Herman, A.  (May, 2013). Code-switching and competition: The hidden conversation, Presentation at Eighth International Congress of Qualitative Inquiry, Champaign Urbana, Ill

Bernstein, E., Herman, & A., Lysniak, U.  (October, 2012).  Pre-service teachers beliefs toward implementation of competitive activities in PE.  2012 NASPE Conference on Physical Education Teacher Education (PETE), Las Vegas, NV.

Bernstein, E., & Lysniak, U. (May, 2012).  Implementation of competitive activities:  Multicultural middle school population in PE.  Presentation at Eighth International Congress of Qualitative Inquiry, Champaign Urbana, Ill.

Phillips, S.R., Bernstein, E., & Silverman, S.  (March, 2012).  Upper elementary school  student perceptions about physical education.  Presentation at the American Alliance for Health Recreation and Dance, Boston, MA.

Gibbone, A., Bernstein, E., & Rukavina, P., (February 10, 2012). Middle school students’ perceptions regarding competition in a physical education setting using exergaming technology.  Presentation at the Southern District American Alliance for Health Recreation and Dance, Orlando, Florida.

 

 

Eve R. Bernstein, Ed.D
Assistant Professor,  Department of Family Nutrition, and Exercise Sciences
Graduate Coordinator and Advisor Physical Education Teacher Education Program
Queens College - C.U.N.Y
65-30 Kissena Blvd.
Flushing, NY 11367
Phone - (718) 997-2716
Fax - (718) 997- 2749
Email - eve.bernstein@qc.cuny.edu


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