Timothy (Tim) Losee

Assistant Professor of Health and Physical Education Teacher Certification

BS, Springfield College; MEd, Springfield College; CAGS, American International College; PhD, Springfield College
Email: tmlosee@plymouth.edu

About Tim Losee

Tim is a N.H. native, a 3-time alumni of Springfield College, where he studied Physical Education, holds an M.Ed. degree in Advanced Level Coaching and a PhD in Teaching and Administration. Tim also earned a C.A.G.S. from American International College in School Administration. Dr. Losee’s current research interests focus is on models-based instruction in physical education and physical activity’s influence on academic achievement.

Research Interests

  • Models-based instruction in PE
  • Physical activity and academic achievement
  • School Administration and Pedagogy

Selected Publications and Presentations

Second Author of Before-School Physical Activity: Getting Students Moving and Ready to Learn – Strategies: A Journal for Physical and Sport Educators, 33:3, 3-8, 2020.

Presenter at New Hampshire Association of Physical Education Recreation and Dance State Conference – Waterville Valley, NH – ’19: Instant Activities: Maximizing Movement and Engagement in Elementary Physical Education

Presenter at Maine Association of Physical Education Recreation and Dance State Conference – Rockport, ME – ’19: Instant Activities: Maximizing Movement and Engagement in Elementary Physical Education

Presenter at Society of Health And Physical Educators National Conference – Tampa, FL – ’19: Sport Education Model: An Innovative Hybrid Exploration Unlike Any Other

Presenter at Society of Health And Physical Educators National Conference – Tampa, FL – ’19: Instant Activities: Maximizing Movement and Engagement in Physical Education 

Presenter at Eastern District Association Regional Conference – Burlington, VT – ’18: Embracing Technology for Teaching and Learning in Physical

Webinar Host forSociety of Health And Physical Educator – ’17: Complete Guide to Interdisciplinary Physical Education Design and Implementation

Presenter at Massachusetts Association of Health Physical Education Recreation and Dance Stat Conference – Worcester, MA – ’16: Complete Guide to Interdisciplinary Physical Education Design and Implementation

Presenter at Associación de Educación Física y Recreación Regional Conference – Yauco, Puerto Rico – ’16: Instructional Models in Physical Education

Presenter at Society of Health And Physical Educators America National Conference – Minneapolis, MN – ’16: Be Intentional With Physical Education Models: Set Yourself Up for Success

Presenter at Eastern District Association Regional Conference – Atlantic City, NJ – ’16: Does Physical Education Make You Smarter?

Courses Taught

  • PE 2415 – Introduction to Physical and Health Education Instruction
  • PE 2550 – Foundations of Physical Education
  • PE 2735 – Motor Development
  • PE 2860 – Adventure Programming for Physical Educators
  • PE 3600 – Adapted Physical Education
  • PE 3660 – Teaching Assistantship in Physical Education
  • PE 3720 – Motor Learning
  • PE 3880 – Practicum Supervision

Professional Association Memberships and Participation

  • Society for Health and Physical Educators (SHAPE) America
  • New Hampshire Association for Health, Physical Education, Recreation, and Dance (NHAHPERD)
  • The National Consortium for Physical Education for Individuals with Disabilities (NCPEID)