Full Name: Grant Hill
Phone Number: 562 985-8856
Office Location HHS2-213
CSULB Email: email@example.com
Position Level: Associate Professor
Year Hired: 2001
Dept. Position(s): Program Director, Pedagogy Masters Program
KPE 270, Professional Practices in Public School Physical Education
KPE 457 Applied Theory of Teaching Team Sports
KPE 476 Physical Education for Elementary Teachers
KPE 525 Instructional Design in Physical Education
1st Degree: B.A. Seattle Pacific University - 1975
2nd Degree: M.Ed. Seattle Pacific University – 1980
3rd Degree: Ph.D. The University of Iowa - 1987
Hill, G. (2001). "Utilizing students to assess the physical fitness performance of their peers." Accepted for publication by Strategies (9/11/2001).
Hill, G. & Brodin, K. (2001). "Perceptions of physical education teachers regarding the adequacy of university coursework in preparation for teaching." Accepted for publication by The Physical Educator (7/6/2001).
Hill, Grant. (2001). "Should kids pick the teams?" Strategies, 14 (4), 26-27..
Hill, G. (2000). "Ten ways to get kids excited about running." The Journal of Physical Education, Recreation, & Dance, 71(4), 25-28.
Hill, G. & Miller, T. (1997). "A comparison of peer and teacher assessment of students' physical fitness performance." The Physical Educator, 54(1), 40-46.
Grant M. Hill is the former Chair of the Department of Physical Education at Seattle Pacific where he served as a faculty member from 1989-2001. His research interests are pedagogy, youth fitness, and youth sports. He taught physical education in both the Seattle and Edmonds School district and served as a board member on the Washington Association for Health Physical Education, Recreation, and Dance (WAHPERD). He has made numerous presentations at professional meetings and has been interviewed on both radio and television on the topic of youth sports. Currently he is working with a team of CSULB faculty to secure a grant to form a partnership with Zimbabwe Open University.