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  • Jennifer Faison Hodge, Ph.D.

    Professor & Director of Clinical Partnerships

    Jennifer Hodge
    Contact

    Education
    Ruff Learning Center
    Room 234

    614-236-6569
    jhodge@capital.edu

    • Biography

      Dr. Jennifer Hodge received the Capital University Cotterman Award for exceptional service to students through advising in 2007. She is past department chair for the Health and Sport Sciences Department. Dr. Hodge is a member of the South-Western City Schools Community Advisory Group and has served on numerous Ohio Department of Education advisory councils and boards related to physical education issues. Hodge is currently the Midwest Social Justice and Diversity Committee chair and has been instrumental in strategic planning related to social justice and diversity and is the Capital University Big Brothers Big Sisters liaison.

    • Classes

      Adapted Physical Activity for Special Populations
      Exceptionalities and Intervention Strategies
      Family, Community, and Culture
      First Year Seminar: Personal Health
      Health Education Pedagogy
      Health Problems and School Health Services
      Introduction to Curriculum, Instruction, & Assessment
      Motor Development for Young Children
      Motor Learning
      Physical Education Pedagogy
      Student Teaching Supervision

    • Degrees Earned

      Ph.D., Sport and Exercise Education (Cognates: Special Education & Supervision), The Ohio State University (2001)

      M.A., Adapted Physical Education, The Ohio State University (1993)

      B.S., Health & Physical Education, North Carolina Agricultural and Technical State University (1992)

    • Publications

      Hodge, S. R., & Faison-Hodge, J. (2010). Teacher Preparation and Conceptions of Teacher Learning in Physical Education. The Chronicle of Kinesiology and Physical Education in Higher Education, 21(3), 8-19.

      Faison-Hodge, J, & Porretta, D. (2004). Physical activity levels of students with mental retardation and students without disabilities. Adapted Physical Activity Quarterly, 21, 139-152.

      Hodge, S. R., Faison-Hodge, J., Burden, J. Jr. (2004). Politics, pitfalls, and precedents: Going beyond tokenism in diversifying physical education faculty in higher education. The Chronicle of Kinesiology and Physical Education in Higher Education, 15(2), 6-7, 12-13.

      Jansma, P., Wallstrom, T., Walsh, M., Faison-Hodge, J., & An, M. (1999). Psychomotor domain testing of those with serious disabilities. In P. Jansma (Ed.). Psychomotor Domain and Serious Disabilities. Lanham, MA: University Press of America.

      Bridges, D., Faison, J. & Mosley, K. (1995) Perspectives on ethnic diversity: Recruitment, retention, and post-matriculation in the disciplines of adapted physical education and therapeutic recreation. The Advocate, 23(3), 4.