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Ravizza, Dean

Faculty, Health and Sport Sciences
Maggs Center (MC) 217
410-546-6932 or ext 66932
dmravizzasalisburyedu



Courses  []

2014 Fall

  • PHED 245-001 MOVEMENT ACTIVITIES
    An introduction designed to assist pre-service physical educators in identifying the connections between curricular concepts and movement education through the basis of national standards specific to grades K-12. Content includes the lesson planning and teaching of movement concepts, integrated lessons, and movement education enhanced by technology. Three hours per week.
  • PHED 351-002 PSYCHOSOCIAL ASPECTS OF PE
    Interaction of physical education (sports) with the psychology and sociological development of the individual. May be offered for undergraduate or graduate credit. May not receive credit for both PHED 351 and PHED 451. Prerequisite: PSYC 101 or consent of instructor. Three hours per week.
  • PHED 400-001 ADAPTED PHYSICAL EDUCATION
    Designed for physical education students preparing to enter the teaching filed in K-12 education. Those students preparing for careers in helath, recreation, or youth-centered programs may also be served. Components include an overview of speical education and adapted physical education, inlcusion, developmental disorders, intellectural and physical disabilities, strageties for meeting individual needs, education through phyusical activity, designing appropirate goals, and understanding the Individual Education Plans (IEP) process as it relates to physical education. Provides opportnities for the acquisition of knowledge and skills required to meet the educational needs of students with disabilities in physical education as outlined by current legislation. Students will gain practical experience in the adapted physcial education setting within the local schools. May not receive credit for both PHEC 340 and PHED 400. Prerequisite: Entrance to the Professional Teacher Education Program. Two hours lecture, two hour laboratory per week.

2015 Winter

  • PHEC 471-701 SPORT FOR DEV, PEACE & SOC
    Explore the contextual factors that facilitate the use of sport as a psychosocial and development intervention, apply related sociological and psychological theory, and examine current international programs that utilize sport for development and psychosocial programming. Provide the skills to identify steps involved in planning a sport program for addressing development, peace and social change issues. Prerequisite: ENGL 103; SOCI 101 or CADR 200. Three hours per week.
  • PHED 350-601 ASSESSMENT IN PHYS ED
    Provides teacher candidates with the skills needed to design and implement assessment strategies relevant to K-12 physical education. These assessment strategies are designed for the candidate to understand the link between student assessment and student learning as well as teacher planning and physical education class content. Prerequisite: Entrance in the Professional Teacher Education Program. Three hours per week.

2015 Spring

  • PHED 245-001 MOVEMENT ACTIVITIES
    An introduction designed to assist pre-service physical educators in identifying the connections between curricular concepts and movement education through the basis of national standards specific to grades K-12. Content includes the lesson planning and teaching of movement concepts, integrated lessons, and movement education enhanced by technology. Three hours per week.
  • PHED 400-001 ADAPTED PHYSICAL EDUCATION
    Designed for physical education students preparing to enter the teaching filed in K-12 education. Those students preparing for careers in helath, recreation, or youth-centered programs may also be served. Components include an overview of speical education and adapted physical education, inlcusion, developmental disorders, intellectural and physical disabilities, strageties for meeting individual needs, education through phyusical activity, designing appropirate goals, and understanding the Individual Education Plans (IEP) process as it relates to physical education. Provides opportnities for the acquisition of knowledge and skills required to meet the educational needs of students with disabilities in physical education as outlined by current legislation. Students will gain practical experience in the adapted physcial education setting within the local schools. May not receive credit for both PHEC 340 and PHED 400. Prerequisite: Entrance to the Professional Teacher Education Program. Two hours lecture, two hour laboratory per week.
  • PHED 470-002 INTERNSHIP ELEM PHYS EDUC
    Directed student internship experience in K-12 schools under the direction of the mentor teacher and University supervisor. One-half of the experience in elementary physical education, and one-half of the experience in secondary teaching. Credit cannot be received for both EDUC 403 and PHED 470. Prerequisites: Admission to professional teacher education program and student teaching criteria. Co-requisites: PHED 471, 481. A grade of NR will be assigned to candidates who satisfactorily complete PHED 470 until successful completion of PHED 471. (P/F)
  • PHED 471-002 INTERNSHIP SEC PHYS EDUC
    Directed student internship experience in K-12 schools under the direction of the mentor teacher and University supervisor. One-half of the experience in elementary physical education, and one-half of the experience in secondary teaching. Credit cannot be received for both EDUC 404 and PHED 471. Prerequisites: Admission to professional teacher education program and student teaching criteria. Co-requisites: PHED 470, 481. A grade of NR will be assigned to candidates who satisfactorily complete PHED 471 until successful completion of PHED 470. (P/F)

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Awards, Scholarship & Creative Works:  []

Article(s)

Ravizza, D. M. 
(2010). 
The uses of sport for children in armed conflict. 
International Council for Sport Science & Physical Education Journal, 
Bulletin 59, 
Lee, O., Ravizza, D. M. & Lee, M. A. 
(2009). 
Facilitating PETE students' reflection through film. 
JOPERD, 
80(7), 
36-41. 
Okseon, L., Ravizza, D., & Lee, M. 
(2009). 
Lights, camera, action: Facilitating PETE students' reflection through film 
Journal of Physical Education, Recreation & Dance, 
80(7), 
36-42. 
Ravizza, D. M. 
(2009). 
Beyond borders: Sport for development, peace, & social change. 
Research Quarterly for Exercise & Sport Science, 
[Supplement], 
A-30. 
Lee, O. & Ravizza, D. 
(2008). 
Physical education preservice teachers' conceptions of caring. 
Education, 
128(3), 
460-472. 
Ravizza, D. M. & Stratton, R. K. 
(2007). 
Students' perceptions of physical education teachers' caring. 
Research Quarterly for Exercise and Sport, 
78(1), 
A70-A71. 

Presentations

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Ravizza, D.M. (2013). The Uses of Sport for Vulnerable Children: Policies, Programs, and Reflections from the Field. Invited seminar presentation made at Communities in Crisis: Inclusive Community-Building through Sport. Presented at International Council for Sport Science & Physical Education, Rheinsberg, Germany.
Ravizza, D.M. (2013). Making the Case for a Conflict-Sensitive Approach to Sport Interventions for Children and Youth in Armed Conflict Settings. Presented at Brunel University International Research Network for Child Welfare, London, UK.
Ravizza, D.M. (2012). Building inclusive communities through peaceful play. Presented at American Alliance of Health, Physical Education, Recreation, and Dance, Boston, MA.
Ravizza, D.M. (2012). Contributing to community peace through play: Introduction to Peaceful Play in Northern Uganda. Presented at Sport and the Global South II Symposium, International Academy of Sport, George Mason University, Fairfax, VA.
Ravizza, D.M. (2012). The uses of sport for vulnerable children and children in crisis: Policies, programs, and reflections from the field. Presented at Communities in Crisis:  Inclusive Community-Building through Sport seminar, Rheinsberg, Germany.
Muller, S., Ravizza, D.M., & Nobiling, B. (2011). From start to finish: Considering protective factors in teacher resiliency. Presented at the 90th Eastern District Association of AAHPERD Annual Conference. Presented at Eastern District Association of the American Alliance for Health, Physical Education, Recreation, & Dance (AAHPERD), Long Branch, NJ.
Ravizza, D.M. (2011). Bringing research to practice in the field of sport for development & peace. Presented at the Sport & the Global South International Conference. Presented at International Academy of Sport, George Mason University, Fairfax, VA.
Ravizza, D.M. (2011). Sport & children in armed conflict: Follow up on the SCYACS project in Northern Uganda. Presented at the AAHPERD Annual National Conference. Presented at AAHPERD, San Diego, CA.
Ravizza, D.M. (2011). The uses of sport for vulnerable children & children in crisis. Presented at Communities in Crisis: Inclusive Community-Building through Sport. Presented at ICCSPE, Rheinsberg, Germany.
Ravizza, D.M. (2011). Peaceful play: sport as a catalyst for resolving conflict. Invited lecture at the United Nations Day of Peace Seminar. Presented at Drexel University, Philadelphia, PA.
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Ravizza, D. M. (2010). Sports & former child soldiers in Uganda. Invited presentation at the University of Maryland Eastern Shore's 9th Annual Black History Symposium: Sport & the Struggle for Peace, Justice, & Prosperity. Presented at University of Maryland Eastern Shore, Princess Anne, MD.
Peters, A. & Ravizza, D. M. (2009). Cultural aspects of psychosocial sport programs. Presentation at the International Council for Sport Science & Physical Education Conference: Sport & Post-Disaster Intervention. Presented at International Council for Sport Science & Physical Education, Berlin, Germany.
Ravizza, D. M. (2009). Beyond borders: Sport for development, peace, & social change. Presentation at the AAHPERD Annual National Conference. Presented at AAHPERD, Tampa, FL.
Ravizza, D. M. (2009). The uses of sport for children & youth in armed conflict settings: New data, new ideas. Invited presentation at the International Council for Sport Science & Physical Education Conference: Sport & Post-Disaster Intervention. Presented at International Council for Sport Science & Physical Education, Berlin, Germany.
Ravizza, D. M. (2009). First, do no harm: Leading the way in a foreign land. Invited presentation at the Leadership Mason Seminar. Presented at Leadership Mason Seminar, George Mason University, Fairfax, VA.

Book Chapters

Ravizza, D.M. (2012). We don't play war anymore: The role of sport in the reintegration of former child soldiers in Northern Uganda. W. Bennett & K. Gilvert (Eds.), Sport, Peace, & Development. Champaign, IL: Common Ground Publishing.

Poster Presentations

Ravizza, D. M. (2009). The uses of sport for children & youth in armed conflict settings: Emerging themes from northern Uganda. Poster presentation at the International Poster Session of the AAHPERD Annual National Conference. Presented at AAHPERD, Tampa, FL.

Creative Works

Ravizza, D.M. (2014). Enhancing the Protective Factors for Sport Interventions through a Conflict-Sensitive Approach for Children and Youth in Armed Conflict Settings. Brunel University Press., London, UK.
Ravizza, D.M., Matonak, E., Okot, G., & Achan, J. (2012). Peaceful Play: Strategies for Resolution to Conflict in Sport [manual].
Bosserman Center for Conflict Resolution., Salisbury, MD.

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