Jeff McNamee - Associate Professor of Physical Education
HHPA Complex 218
Education: Oregon State University Ph.D. Human Performance, 2004 University of Wisconsin La Crosse B.S. Exercise and Sport Science, 1996 M.S. Exercise and Sport Science, 1997
Academic Interests: Promoting youth physical activity engagement
Grants McNamee, J., Timken, G., Peterson, J., & Coste, S. Reorienting secondary school physical education: A fitness club model, $5000, Funded, AAHPERD-Research Consortium. van der Mars, H., McNamee, J., & Timken, G. (Spring 2006). Coaching teachers to integrate formal assessment in their teaching, $15,000, Funded, AAHPERD –Research Consortium. Publications McNamee, J., & Birdsal, S. Mountain biking. (2010). In J. Stiehl, & J. Steffen (Eds.), Outdoor pursuits in physical education. Champaign, IL: Human Kinetics. Blackwell, D., & McNamee, J. (Fall 2008). Student learning through formative assessment. Oregon Alliance for Health, Physical Education, Recreation and Dance E-Journal. McNamee, J., Bruecker, S., Murray, T., & Speich, C. (2007). High skills progression: A method for the increasing MVPA. Journal of Physical Education, Recreation, and Dance, 78, 17-21. McNamee, J., & Steffen, J. (2007). The effect of critical cues on college-aged students’ beginning indoor rock climbing performance. The Physical Educator, 64, 2-10. McNamee, J., & Steffen, J. (2011). Backpacking. In D. Mood, F. Musker, & J. Rink (Eds.), Sports and recreational activities for men and women (14th Ed.). St. Louis, MO: McGraw Hill.