Health and Exercise Physiology

All Majors & Minors

Del Engstrom

Title

Chair, Health and Exercise Physiology
Professor, Health and Exercise Physiology

Department

Health and Exercise Physiology

Degrees

  • B.A., M.A., California State University, Fresno
  • Ed. D., University of Northern Colorado

Teaching

Common Intellectual Experience

Concepts of Wellness and Fitness

Health and Physical Education Teaching Seminar

Leadership in Adventure Activities

Methods of Teaching Elementary Health and Physical Education

Methods of Teaching Secondary Health and Physical Education

Philosophy & Principles of Coaching

Teaching Games for Understanding: Team Sports

Recent Work

“Facilitating the Development of Leaders and High Performing Teams in the Sport Management Classroom” Engstrom, L., Engstrom, D. & Hayduk, D. (2017) Sport Management Education Journal. Human Kinetics

“What Lies Beneath? The Values and Barriers of Adult Levels of Physical Activity” Engstrom, D. & Engstrom, L. (2004) Research Quarterly for Exercise and Sport, 75(1), Supplement- Research Consortium Abstracts.

“Stepping Up to the Plate: Reflections” Engstrom, D. (2004) Pennsylvania Journal of Health, Physical Education, Recreation and Dance, 74(1).

“Unique and United: Serving One Another.” Pennsylvania Journal of Health, Physical Education, Recreation and Dance 73 (2003): 2.

Engstrom L. and D. Engstrom. “Teaching Games that Facilitate Inclusion” Teaching Elementary Physical Education 14 (2003): 6.

“Life Skills Development: What’s Worth Doing?” Engstrom, D. (2002) Pennsylvania Journal of Health, Physical Education, Recreation and Dance, 72(2).

“Cultural Diversity: Developing a Sense of Community” Engstrom, D. (2002) Pennsylvania Journal of Health, Physical Education, Recreation and Dance, 72(1).

“A Spiritual Health Community Seminar Based on Religious Commitment Research” Lottes, C., Engstrom, D. & Engstrom, L. (December 2002). Journal of Holistic Nursing, 20(4).

Co-Editor: Pennsylvania Journal of Health, Physical Education, Recreation and Dance: winter 2002, 72(1); spring 2002, 72(2); fall 2002, 72(3)

“Connections We Don’t Want to Miss” Engstrom, D. (2001) Pennsylvania Journal of Health, Physical Education, Recreation and Dance, 71(3).

“Connections We Don’t Want to Miss” Engstrom, D. (2000) Pennsylvania Journal of Health, Physical Education, Recreation and Dance, 71(3).

“A Spiritual Health Community Seminar Based on Religious Commitment Research.” Lottes, C., Engstrom, L. & Engstrom, D. accepted for publication in the Journal of Holistic Nursing.

“Understanding the Values and Barriers that Promote Healthy Levels of PhysicalActivity in College and High School Students” Engstrom, D. & Engstrom, L.Submitted to Journal of Physical Education, Recreation and Dance (fall 2001).

“Teaching Games that Facilitate Inclusion” Engstrom, L. & Engstrom, D. Submitted to Strategies (fall 2001).

Co-Editor: Pennsylvania Journal of Health, Physical Education, Recreation and Dance. winter 2001, 71(1) spring 2001, 71(2) fall 2001, 71(3) .

“How Well Are We?” Engstrom, D. (2000) Pennsylvania Journal of Health, Physical Education, Recreation and Dance, 70(1).

“Inventory of Spiritual Health Behaviors: An Active Learning Idea to Introduce Spiritual Health.”” Engstrom,L., Engstrom, D. & Lottes, C. (2000). Pennsylvania Journal of Health, Physical Education, Recreation and Dance, 70(3).

“Gender Issues in HPERD…Because its Not a Perfect World.” Engstrom, D. (2000). Pennsylvania Journal of Health, Physical Education, Recreation and Dance, 70(3).

Co-Editor: Pennsylvania Journal of Health, Physical Education, Recreation and Dance.winter 2000, 70(1) spring 2000, 70(2) fall 2000, 70(3).

“The Keystone Newsletter.” Volume, IX, Number 1. Spring 2000, Number 2. Summer 2000, Number 3. Fall 2000.

“Correlations Between Teacher Behaviors and Student Evaluations in High School Physical Education.” Engstrom, D. Accepted for publication The Physical Educator (spring 2000).

Correlations Between Teacher Behaviors and Student Evaluations in College Level Physical Education Activity Courses.” Engstrom, D. (spring 1999). The Physical Educator, 66(1).

Abstract, “Correlations Between Teacher Behaviors and Student Evaluations in College-Level Physical Education Activity Courses.” Engstrom, D. (1999). Research Quarterly for Exercise and Sport, 70(1), Abstracts of Completed Research.

“Assessment: Beyond - Busy Happy and Good.” Engstrom, D. (1999). Pennsylvania Journal of Health,Physical Education, Recreation and Dance, 69(2).

“A Spiritual Health Community Seminar Based on Religious Commitment Research.” Lottes, C., Engstrom, L. & Engstrom, D. Submitted to The Journal of Health Promotion (fall 1999).

Co-Editor: Pennsylvania Journal of Health, PhysicalEducation, Recreation and Dance.winter 1999, 69(1) spring 1999, 69(2) fall 1999, 69(3).

“The Keystone Newsletter.” Volume,VIII, Number 1. Spring 1999, Number 2. Fall 1999.

“Experiential Learning: Adventure Education, “Challenging the Norm.” Engstrom, D.(1998) Pennsylvania Journal of Health, Physical Education, Recreation and Dance, 68(3).

“Intensive Scheduling” Masquerade or Panacea? “ Engstrom, D. (1998). Pennsylvania Journal of Health, Physical Education, Recreation and Dance, 68(1).

Co-Editor: Pennsylvania Journal of Health, Physical Education, Recreation and Dance.winter 1998, 68(1) spring 1998, 68(2) fall 1998, 68(3).

“The Keystone Newsletter.” Volume,VII, Number 1. Spring 1998, Number 2. Fall 1998.

“Strategies and Ideas for Promoting Cross Generational Fitness” Engstrom, D., Engstron, L. and Borsdorf, L. (1997). Pennsylvania Journal of Health, Physical Education, Recreation and Dance,67(4).

“The Keystone Newsletter.” Volume,VI, Number 1. Spring 1997.

“The Keystone Newsletter.” Volume,VI, Number 3. Fall 1997.

“Cognitive Reinforcers: Alternative Assessment Strategies for Physical Education.” Engstrom, D. and Engstrom, L.(1997). Teaching Secondary Physical Education, 3(3).

Co-Editor: Pennsylvania Journal of Health, Physical Education, Recreation and Dance. spring 1997, 67(2) summer 1997, 67 (3) fall 1997, 67(3).

“ The Keystone Newsletter.” Volume V, Number 3. Fall 1996.

“Preparing Professionals for the 21st Century: Pennsylvania Standards for Health and Physical Education.” Prepared by the Professional Preparation and Certification Committee of PSAHPERD. May 1996.

(Published Laserdisc Video) High School Physical Education Discipline Scenarios. Engstrom, D. & Smith, E. (1994). Colorado State University, Fort Collings, Colorado (Published Laserdisc Video) Tennis Skill Analysis. Engstrom, D. & Smith, E. adapted from Chung T.W. & Munson, G. (1994) Colorado State University, Fort Collins, Colorado.

“Physical Education and Health Grades K-12; A Report of the Visiting Evaluation Team, Perkiomen Valley School District. Engstron, D.(1994). Collegeville, Pennsylvania.