Associate Professor of Physical Education
B.A., Physical Education/Health Education, Marshall University
M.A., Pedagogy, The Ohio State University
Post graduate work in elementary physical education University of Akron, 1986
1991 - present, Associate Professor of Physical Education, Malone University
1991 - 2001, Head Women's Basketball Coach, Malone College
1978 - 1991, Assistant Professor of Physical Education, West Virginia Wesleyan College
1984 - 1991, Head Women's Basketball Coach, West Virginiia Wesleyan College
1975 - 1977, Physical education teacher, Jackson, Plain Local Schools
Recent Scholarly Work
Haas, K (May, 2005) Movement to Facilitate Learning. MAPHERD Regional Conference Physical Best Practices Workshop presentation at Saginaw Valley State University Michigan.
Haas, K (September, 2004) Subject Matter integration with physical education for elementary teachers. Partnership for Active Learning Strategies (PALS) workshop presented at Springfield College in conjunction with the Massachusetts Board of Higher Education grant.
Physical education for Children
Curriculum and Instruction in physical education
Individual sport instruction
Dual sport instruction
Team sport instruction
Theory and practice of coaching
Expressive Arts for children (psychomotor component)
Psychology of coaching
Secondary methods for physical education
(in addition: supervision of student teachers in physical education)
I was born and raised in West Virginia and truly count myself as a "Mountaineer." I enjoy spending time with my family and friends whether at the beach and/or holidays. I enjoy playing golf and traveling. I love to hike and enjoy working outside in my yard.