Technology for Physical Activity and Health Professionals
with Cindy Kuhrasch
About this Course: Technology for Physical Activity and Health Professionals (Kinesiology 312) is a 2-credit online course designed to provide students with creative technology strategies in the fields of school wellness education, physical activity, and fitness management. Students will build skills for using widely available technology resources to enhance instruction, assessment, motivation, communication, and advocacy in health and fitness settings. Skill-specific units present experiential assignments that increase learner confidence. Each unit produces print or digital materials for practical professional use with an emphasis on innovation.
Meet Your Professor
Cindy Kuhrasch, Master’s degree, University of WI-La Crosse in Human Performance, Bachelor’s degree in both Health Education and Physical Education; as well as Red Cross certification in advanced first aid and CPR. Ms. Kuhrasch has had the opportunity to teach Health and Physical education to students in grades K-12, and undergraduate students as well. She is currently employed as an assistant faculty member at the University of Wisconsin. In addition, Ms. Kuhrasch has served as a consultant in many school districts, working in the areas of curriculum development, instructional strategies, and technology. Ms. Kuhrasch has over twenty years experience in course development, implementation, and evaluation. She has presented on a wide variety of education topics at state, district, and national conventions, and has written numerous articles in national educational journals. (source)