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Peggy Green

Dr. Peggy GreenPeggy L. Green, Associate Professor, Department of Middle Grades, Secondary and Specialized Subjects earned the Bachelor of Science degree in Physical Education (Team Sports) in 1973, from Jackson State University, Jackson, Mississippi; Master of Science degree in Physical Education (Research) in 1975, from Jackson State university, Jackson, Mississippi; and the Doctor of Arts degree in Physical Education (Administration) in 1984, from Middle Tennessee State University, Murfreesboro, Tennessee.  While pursuing her master’s degree at Jackson State University she served as coach of the revised Women’s Basketball program as a club sport in 1974-1975.

Green worked at the University of Southern Mississippi for four years as an Instructor (1977-1979) and Assistant Intramural/Recreational Sports Director, 1975-1979.  Her Livingstone College, Salisbury, North Carolina, ties were from 1983 to 1985 as a Physical Education Instructor, Women’s Basketball Coach and Cheerleader’s Advisor.  In 1985, she became an instructor at Fayetteville State University, Fayetteville, North Carolina, teaching physical education courses
and coaching Women’s Volleyball (1985-1989) and Women’s Basketball (1985-1992).  She later became the Senior Woman Administrator (1989-Present).

She served as chairperson of the Department of Health, Physical Education and Human Services from 1995 to 2002.  In 1998–1999 she served as Assistant Dean, School of Education.  She has served on numerous local, state, and national committees.  While at Fayetteville state University Dr. Green served as Chair of the Annual Educational Forum beginning in 1993; and Assistant Director of the Teacher Academy (1993-1996).  Three projects have been funded through collaborative grant writing; (1) Faculty Development Grant in 1995; (2) Teacher Academy Proposal in 1993; and (3) Technology Project Grant.

Dr. Green has received numerous awards and holds membership in several professional organizations.  Some of her memberships are; American Alliance for Health, Physical Education, Recreation and Dance (AAHPERD); North Carolina Alliance for Athletics, Health, Physical Education, Recreation and Dance (NCAAHPERD); National Health and Fitness Association (NHFA); National
Association for the Advancement of Colored People (NAACP); and the National Association of Collegiate Women Athletics Administrators (NACWAA).

Dr. Green served on numerous NCAA Committees such as, the NCAA Division II Women’s Basketball Committee for nine years (1989-1998).  She served as chair of the committee the last two years of her tenure (1996-1997).  She served on the NCAA II Management Council and the NCAA Minority Opportunities and Interests Committee, NCAA II Project Team on Diversity and other project teams.

She has made numerous presentations, conducted workshops, has published and continues her speaking engagements.  Some of her specialties are Writing Behavioral Objectives, Preparing Lesson Plans, Developing Physical Fitness Programs, Supervising Athletic Events, Public Speaking and Pedagogy.

Selected Publications

Green, Peggy L., JOPHERD "Does Competition Improve Performance Skills of high School Students?" August, 1992, p. 10, AAHPERD Publication.

Courses Taught

UNDERGRADUATE
PEDU122 Volleyball
PEDU130 Basketball
PEDU132 Bowling
PEDU140 Conditioning Exercise
PEDU204 Methods and Materials Individual & Dual Sports
PEDU214 Team Sports
PEDU311 History and Principles of Physical Education
PEDU320 Methods & Materials of Teaching Health Education and Physical Education (K-6)
PEDU421 Measurement and Evaluation
HEED112 Health and Wellness
EDUC310 Foundations of Education
EDUC460 Methods and Materials Secondary Health
EDUC480 Student Teaching
EDUC490 Professional Seminar

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