UW-Madison Department of Kinesiology - Dan Timm

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CONTACTING US

Main Office

Kinesiology
School of Education
UW-Madison
Unit II Gym
2000 Observatory Dr.
MadisonWI  53706-1121

Tel: 608/262-0259
Fax: 608/262-1656

Email: kines@education.wisc.edu
or by contact form
 

Dr. Dan Timm

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Dr. Dan Timm

Faculty Associate
Kinesiology

1043 Gymnasium-Natatorium  binoculars icon
2000 OBSERVATORY DR
MADISON, WI 53706-1189
Office: 608/262-7714
Fax: 608/262-1656

dtimm@education.wisc.edu

Curriculum Vitae

Personal Biography

Instructor and advisor in the physical education teacher education program. Areas of speciality include socio-cultural aspects, cultural and diversity, and emergency care. Personal interests include history and walking.


Education

EDD, Teacher Leadership
Walden University
Minneapolis, Minnesota

MS, Physical Education
Western Illinois University
Macomb, Illinois

BS, Business Administration
University of Wisconsin-Green Bay
Green Bay, Wisconsin


 

 

Teaching Interests

Physical education teacher education Socio-cultural aspects of physical activity Culture and diversity Emergency care

Scheduled Teaching

  • Fall 2016 - First Aid and Basic Life Support
    Course Prefix: 742, Course Number: 116, Section: 002, Minimum Credit Hours: 2, Maximum Credit Hours: 2, Course Level: Undergraduate, Course Delivery Mode: Lecture and Laboratory
    Course Syllabus
     
  • Fall 2016 - First Aid and Basic Life Support
    Course Prefix: 742, Course Number: 116, Section: 003, Minimum Credit Hours: 2, Maximum Credit Hours: 2, Course Level: Undergraduate, Course Delivery Mode: Lacture and Laboratory
    Course Syllabus
     
  • Fall 2016 - Foundations of Physical Education
    Course Prefix: 742, Course Number: 121, Section: 001, Minimum Credit Hours: 2, Maximum Credit Hours: 2, Course Level: Undergraduate, Course Delivery Mode: Lecture
    Course Syllabus
     
  • Fall 2016 - Health and Physical Education in a Multicultural Society
    Course Prefix: 742, Course Number: 353, Section: 001, Minimum Credit Hours: 2, Maximum Credit Hours: 2, Course Level: Undergraduate, Course Delivery Mode: Lecture/Field
    Course Syllabus
     
  • Fall 2016 - Socio-Cultural Aspects of Physical Activity
    Course Prefix: 742, Course Number: 355, Section: 001, Minimum Credit Hours: 3, Maximum Credit Hours: 3, Course Level: Undergraduate, Course Delivery Mode: Lecture
    Course Syllabus
     
  • Fall 2015 - First Aid and Basic Life Support
    Course Prefix: 742, Course Number: 116, Section: 002, Minimum Credit Hours: 2, Maximum Credit Hours: 2, Course Level: Undergraduate, Course Delivery Mode: Lecture/Laboratory
    Course Syllabus
     
  • Fall 2015 - First Aid and Basic Life Support
    Course Prefix: 742, Course Number: 116, Section: 003, Minimum Credit Hours: 2, Maximum Credit Hours: 2, Course Level: Undergraduate, Course Delivery Mode: Lecture/Laboratory
    Course Syllabus
     
  • Fall 2015 - Foundations of Physical Education
    Course Prefix: 742, Course Number: 121, Section: 001, Minimum Credit Hours: 2, Maximum Credit Hours: 2, Course Level: Undergraduate, Course Delivery Mode: Lecture/Laboratory
    Course Syllabus
     
  • Fall 2015 - Physical Education in a Multicultural Society
    Course Prefix: 742, Course Number: 353, Section: 001, Minimum Credit Hours: 2, Maximum Credit Hours: 2, Course Level: Undergraduate, Course Delivery Mode: Lecture/Field
    Course Syllabus
     
  • Fall 2015 - Socio-Cultural Aspects of Physical Activity
    Course Prefix: 742, Course Number: 355, Section: 001, Minimum Credit Hours: 3, Maximum Credit Hours: 3, Course Level: Undergraduate, Course Delivery Mode: Lecture
    Course Syllabus
     
  • Spring 2015 - Assessment and Research in Physical Activity Pedagogy
    Course Prefix: 742, Course Number: 315, Section: 001, Minimum Credit Hours: 3, Maximum Credit Hours: 3, Course Level: Undergraduate, Course Delivery Mode: Lecture
    Course Syllabus
     
  • Spring 2015 - First Aid and Basic Life Support
    Course Prefix: 742, Course Number: 116, Section: 001, Minimum Credit Hours: 2, Maximum Credit Hours: 2, Course Level: Undergraduate, Course Delivery Mode: Lecture/Laboratory
    Course Syllabus
     
  • Spring 2015 - First Aid and Basic Life Support
    Course Prefix: 742, Course Number: 116, Section: 002, Minimum Credit Hours: 2, Maximum Credit Hours: 2, Course Level: Undergraduate, Course Delivery Mode: Lecture/Laboratory
    Course Syllabus
     
  • Spring 2015 - Methods of Teaching Invasion Games
    Course Prefix: 742, Course Number: 240, Section: 001, Minimum Credit Hours: 1, Maximum Credit Hours: 1, Course Level: Undergraduate, Course Delivery Mode: Laboratory
    Course Syllabus
     
  • Spring 2015 - Socio-Cultural Aspects of Physical Activity
    Course Prefix: 742, Course Number: 355, Section: 001, Minimum Credit Hours: 3, Maximum Credit Hours: 3, Course Level: Undergraduate, Course Delivery Mode: Lecture
    Course Syllabus
     
  • Fall 2014 - Assessment and Research in Physical Activity Pedagogy
    Course Prefix: 742, Course Number: 315, Section: 001, Minimum Credit Hours: 3, Maximum Credit Hours: 3, Course Level: Undergraduate, Course Delivery Mode: Lecture/Lab. Mean Rating: Instructor is Teacher Effectiveness Rating. Mean Rating: Course is Teacher Preparedness Rating.
    Course Syllabus
     
  • Fall 2014 - First Aid and Basic Life Support
    Course Prefix: 742, Course Number: 116, Section: 001, Minimum Credit Hours: 2, Maximum Credit Hours: 2, Course Level: Undergraduate, Course Delivery Mode: Lecture/Lab. Mean Rating: Instructor is Teacher Effectiveness Rating. Mean Rating: Course is Teacher Preparedness Rating.
    Course Syllabus
     
  • Fall 2014 - First Aid and Basic Life Support
    Course Prefix: 742, Course Number: 116, Section: 002, Minimum Credit Hours: 2, Maximum Credit Hours: 2, Course Level: Undergraduate, Course Delivery Mode: Lecture/Lab. Mean Rating: Instructor is Teacher Effectiveness Rating. Mean Rating: Course is Teacher Preparedness Rating.
    Course Syllabus
     
  • Fall 2014 - Physical Education in a Multicultural Society
    Course Prefix: 742, Course Number: 353, Section: 001, Minimum Credit Hours: 2, Maximum Credit Hours: 2, Course Level: Undergraduate, Course Delivery Mode: Lecture
    Course Syllabus
     
  • Fall 2014 - Socio-Cultural Aspects of Physical Activity
    Course Prefix: 742, Course Number: 355, Section: 001, Minimum Credit Hours: 3, Maximum Credit Hours: 3, Course Level: Undergraduate, Course Delivery Mode: Lecture
    Course Syllabus
     
  • Spring 2014 - First Aid and Basic Life Support
    Course Prefix: 742, Course Number: 116, Section: 001, Minimum Credit Hours: 2, Maximum Credit Hours: 2, Course Level: Undergraduate, Course Delivery Mode: Lecture/Laboratory. Mean Rating: Instructor is actually Mean Rating: Department
    Course Syllabus
     
  • Spring 2014 - First Aid and Basic Life Support
    Course Prefix: 742, Course Number: 116, Section: 002, Minimum Credit Hours: 2, Maximum Credit Hours: 2, Course Level: Undergraduate, Course Delivery Mode: Lecture/Laboratory. Mean Rating: Instructor is actually Mean Rating: Department
    Course Syllabus
     
  • Spring 2014 - Foundations of Physical Education
    Course Prefix: 742, Course Number: 121, Section: 001, Minimum Credit Hours: 2, Maximum Credit Hours: 2, Course Level: Undergraduate, Course Delivery Mode: Lecture/Laboratory. Mean Rating: Instructor is actually Mean Rating: Department
    Course Syllabus
     
  • Spring 2014 - Socio-Cultural Aspects of Physical Activity
    Course Prefix: 742, Course Number: 355, Section: 001, Minimum Credit Hours: 3, Maximum Credit Hours: 3, Course Level: Undergraduate, Course Delivery Mode: Lecture
    Course Syllabus
     
  • Spring 2014 - Workshop in Kinesiology: Methods of Teaching Strking/Fielding and Target Sports
    Course Prefix: 742, Course Number: 508, Section: 005, Minimum Credit Hours: 1, Maximum Credit Hours: 1, Course Level: Undergraduate, Course Delivery Mode: Laboratory
    Course Syllabus
     
  • Fall 2013 - First Aid and Basic Life Support
    Course Prefix: 742, Course Number: 116, Section: 001, Minimum Credit Hours: 2, Maximum Credit Hours: 2, Course Level: Undergraduate, Course Delivery Mode: Lecture/Laboratory. Mean Rating: Instructor is actually Mean Rating:Department
    Course Syllabus
     
  • Fall 2011 - Basketball I
    Course Prefix: 740, Course Number: 170, Section: 001, Minimum Credit Hours: 1, Course Delivery Mode: Laboratory
    Course Syllabus
     
  • Fall 2011 - First Aid
    Course Prefix: 742, Course Number: 116, Section: 001, Maximum Credit Hours: 2, Course Level: Undergraduate, Course Delivery Mode: Lecture/Lab
    Course Syllabus
     
  • Fall 2011 - First Aid
    Course Prefix: 742, Course Number: 116, Section: 002, Maximum Credit Hours: 2, Course Level: Undergraduate, Course Delivery Mode: Lecture/Lab
    Course Syllabus
     
  • Fall 2011 - Foundations of Physical Education
    Course Prefix: 742, Course Number: 121, Section: 001, Maximum Credit Hours: 3, Course Level: Undergraduate, Course Delivery Mode: Lecture/Lab
    Course Syllabus
     
  • Fall 2011 - Sociological Aspects of Coaching
    Maximum Credit Hours: 2, Course Delivery Mode: Lecture
    Course Syllabus
     
  • Fall 2011 - Specialized Teaching Experience
    Course Prefix: 742, Course Number: 332, Section: 001, Maximum Credit Hours: 1, Course Level: Undergraduate, Course Delivery Mode: Seminar
    Course Syllabus
     
  • Spring 2011 - Basketball I
    Course Prefix: 740, Course Number: 170, Section: 001, Maximum Credit Hours: 1, Course Delivery Mode: Laboratory
     
  • Spring 2011 - First Aid
    Course Prefix: 742, Course Number: 116, Section: 001, Maximum Credit Hours: 2, Course Level: Undergraduate, Course Delivery Mode: Lecture/Laboratory, Course Mean Rating SD = 0.68
     
  • Spring 2011 - First Aid
    Course Prefix: 742, Course Number: 116, Section: 002, Maximum Credit Hours: 2, Course Level: Undergraduate, Course Delivery Mode: Lecture/Laboratory, Course Mean Rating SD = 0.50
     
  • Spring 2011 - Introduction to U.S. Sport
    Maximum Credit Hours: 2, Course Delivery Mode: Lecture
     
  • Spring 2011 - Specialized Teaching Experience
    Course Prefix: 742, Course Number: 332, Section: 001, Maximum Credit Hours: 1, Course Level: Undergraduate, Course Delivery Mode: Seminar
     
  • Spring 2011 - Team Handball I
    Course Prefix: 740, Course Number: 177, Section: 001, Minimum Credit Hours: 1, Course Delivery Mode: Laboratory
     
  • Fall 2010 - Basketball I
    Course Prefix: 740, Course Number: 170, Section: 001, Maximum Credit Hours: 1, Course Level: Undergraduate, Course Delivery Mode: Laboratory
     
  • Fall 2010 - First Aid
    Course Prefix: 742, Course Number: 116, Section: 001, Maximum Credit Hours: 2, Course Level: Undergraduate, Course Delivery Mode: Lecture/Laboratory; Mean Rating: Course, SD = 1.11
     

Program and Curriculum Development

  • Timm, D.J.
    Title: Physical Education Teacher Education
    Date(s): March 28, 2013 - December 10, 2013
    Type: Instructional Design
    New or Revised: New
    Type: Undergraduate
    Effort: Developed new course Kines 373 Methods of Teaching Secondary Sport Concepts and Skills.

  • Timm, D.J.
    Title: Physical Education Teacher Education
    Date(s): April 8, 2013 - September 21, 2013
    Type: Instructional Design
    New or Revised: New
    Type: Undergraduate
    Effort: Developed new course Kines 353 Physical Education in a Multicultural Society

  • Timm, D.J.
    Title: Physical Education Teacher Education
    Date(s): April 8, 2013 - September 16, 2013
    Type: Instructional Design
    New or Revised: Revised
    Type: Undergraduate
    Effort: Revised Kines 121 Foundations of Physical Education from 3 credits to 2 credits.

  • Timm, D.J.
    Title: Physical Education Teacher Education
    Date(s): September 28, 2012 - February 5, 2013
    Type: Instructional Design
    New or Revised: Revised
    Type: Undergraduate
    Effort: Added Communication Part B designation to Kines 355.

  • Timm, D.J.
    Title: Undergraduate
    Date(s): October 2012 - January 2013
    Type: Instructional Design
    New or Revised: Revised
    Type: Undergraduate
    Effort: Revised course content in Kines 508 Socio-Cultural Aspects of Physical Activity to include more material on philosophy of physical education and sport.

  • Timm, D.J.
    Title: Physical Education Teacher Education
    Date(s): March 2011 - January 2012
    Type: Instructional Design
    New or Revised: New
    Type: Undergraduate
    Effort: Designed a new course - Workshop in Kinesiology: Sociological Aspects of Physical Activity

  • Timm, D.J.
    Title: Chinese Champion Program
    Date(s): February 2011 - December 2011
    Type: Instructional Design
    New or Revised: New
    Type: Chinese Champion Program
    Effort: Developed two new courses - Introduction to U.S. Sport and Sociological Aspects of Coaching

  • Timm, D.J.
    Title: Physical Education Teacher Education
    Date(s): July 2011 - November 2011
    Type: Instructional Design
    New or Revised: Revised
    Type: Undergraduate
    Effort: Revised course content in Kines 121 Foundations of Physical Education, amending the multiculturalism unit to include more time and in-depth information on Act 31 and to provide students with an introduction to culturally responsive teaching.

  • Timm, D.J.
    Title: Chinese Champion Program
    Date(s): April 2011 - June 2011
    Type: Project Development
    New or Revised: New
    Type: Chinese Champion Program
    Effort: Co-coordinator of the Chinese athletes' trip to the Pettit National Ice Center and the Milwaukee Brewers, whcih was covered by the Chinese News bureau from Chicago.

  • Timm, D.J.
    Title: Physical Education Teacher Education
    Date(s): 2001
    Type: Curriculum Development
    New or Revised:
    Type: Undergraduate
    Effort: Continually involved in curriculum development for the physical education teacher education program. Current major project is revising the program so students can complete it in four years.

Non-Credit Teaching

  • Instruction Type: Certification, Sponsoring Organization: Department of Kinesiology, Audience: Department, Participants: 11, Academic, Start Date: November 4, 2016, End Date: November 4, 2016

  • Instruction Type: Certification, Sponsoring Organization: Department of Kinesiology, Audience: Department, Participants: 11, Academic, Description: Provided Basic Life Support for Healthcare Providers training to Kinesiology students needing certification to meet a graduation requirement.
    Start Date: October 7, 2016, End Date: October 14, 2016

  • Instruction Type: Certification, Sponsoring Organization: Department of Kinesiology, Audience: Department, Participants: 4, Professional, Description: Provided training in emergency care for unconsciousness, airway obstruction (conscious and unconscious), and cardiac arrest, and using an automated external defibrillator) to individuals from the Exercise Psychology Lab.
    Start Date: April 29, 2016, End Date: April 29, 2016

  • Instruction Type: Guest Lecture, Sponsoring Organization: Nutritional Sciences 421 Obesity and Health in Austria, Audience: UW Madison, Participants: 19, Academic, Description: Discussed biases individuals may have toward persons who are obese.
    Start Date: March 24, 2016, End Date: March 24, 2016

  • Instruction Type: Guest Lecture, Sponsoring Organization: Nutritional Sciences 421 Obesity and Health in Austria, Audience: UW Madison, Participants: 19, Academic, Description: Explored how different aspects of culture influence the number of calories individuals consume and expend.
    Start Date: March 23, 2016, End Date: March 23, 2016

  • Instruction Type: Guest Lecture, Sponsoring Organization: Nutritional Sciences 421 Obesity and Health in Austria, Audience: UW Madison, Participants: 19, Academic, Description: Introduced students to the influence their cultural background has on their interactions with obese individuals.
    Start Date: March 22, 2016, End Date: March 22, 2016

  • Instruction Type: Certification, Sponsoring Organization: Department of Kinesiology, Audience: Department, Participants: 11, Professional, Description: Taught a non-credit first aid class to students in the Department of Kinesiology who needed certification to meet a graduation requirement.
    Start Date: February 27, 2016, End Date: February 27, 2016

  • Instruction Type: Certification, Sponsoring Organization: Department of Kinesiology, Audience: Department, Participants: 7, Professional, Description: Provided CPR/AED for Professional Rescuers and Health Care Providers training to Kinesiology students needing certification to meet a graduation requirement.
    Start Date: February 13, 2016, End Date: February 20, 2016

  • Instruction Type: Certification, Sponsoring Organization: Department of Kinesiology, Audience: Department, Participants: 12, Professional, Description: Taught a non-credit first aid class to students in the Department of Kinesiology who needed certification to meet a graduation requirement.
    Start Date: November 20, 2015, End Date: November 20, 2015

  • Instruction Type: Certification, Sponsoring Organization: Department of Kinesiology, Audience: Department, Participants: 7, Professional, Description: Provided CPR/AED for Professional Rescuers and Health Care Providers training to Kinesiology students needing certification to meet a graduation requirement.
    Start Date: November 6, 2015, End Date: November 13, 2015

  • Instruction Type: Guest Lecture, Sponsoring Organization: Rehabilitation Psychology and Special Education 200 Foundations in Special Education, Audience: School of Education, Participants: 24, Academic, Description: Spoke to a group of students considering a career in special education on how one's background (cultural self) can influence their work.
    Start Date: September 8, 2015, End Date: September 8, 2015

  • Instruction Type: Certification, Sponsoring Organization: Department of Kinesiology, Audience: Department, Participants: 6, Professional, Description: Provided training in emergency care for unconsciousness, airway obstruction (conscious and unconscious), and cardiac arrest, and using an automated external defibrillator) to Kinesiology Department personnel.
    Start Date: August 25, 2015, End Date: August 25, 2015

  • Instruction Type: Certification, Sponsoring Organization: Department of Kinesiology, Audience: Department, Participants: 9, Professional, Description: Provided CPR/AED for Professional Rescuers and Health Care Providers training to Kinesiology students needing certification to meet a graduation requirement.
    Start Date: February 27, 2015, End Date: February 28, 2015

  • Instruction Type: Certification, Sponsoring Organization: Department of Kinesiology, Audience: Department, Participants: 10, Professional, Description: Provided training in adult CPR/AED, pediatric CPR, and first aid for members of the Department of Kinesiology.
    Start Date: 2014, End Date: 2014

  • Instruction Type: Certification, Sponsoring Organization: Department of Kinesiology Exercise Psychology Lab, Audience: Department, Participants: 5, Professional, Description: Certified individuals involved in a research study at the Veterans Hospital, in adult CPR/AED.
    Start Date: 2012, End Date: 2012

  • Instruction Type: Online Discussion, Sponsoring Organization: Physical Education Teacher Education, Audience: Department, Participants: 9, Academic, Description: Coordinated the Multicultural Field Experience for physical education teacher education majors. Assisted individuals in obtaining placements and monitored the online discussion, prompting students with questions to foster their transformative learning regarding diversity.
    Start Date: 2009, End Date: 2009

  • Instruction Type: Certification, Sponsoring Organization: Department of Kinesiology, Audience: Department, Participants: 1, Professional, Description: Provided first aid training in assessment; shock; bleeding and wounds; musculoskeletal injuries; injuries to head, neck, spine, chest, abdomen, pelvis; sudden illnesses; poisoning; and heat-and cold-related emergencies to Kinesiology Department personnel

  • Instruction Type: Certification, Sponsoring Organization: Department of Kinesiology, Audience: Department, Participants: 4, Professional, Description: Provided training in emergency care for unconsciousness, airway obstruction (conscious and unconscious), and cardiac arrest, and using an automated external defibrillator) to Kinesiology Department personnel.

  • Instruction Type: Certification, Sponsoring Organization: Department of Kinesiology, Audience: Department, Participants: 17, Academic, Description: Taught a non-credit first aid class to students in the Department of Kinesiology

  • Instruction Type: Certification, Sponsoring Organization: Physical Education Activity Program, Audience: Department, Participants: 1, Professional, Description: Conducted an adult CPR/AED recertification for an instructor of the Physical Education Activity Program

  • Instruction Type: Certification, Sponsoring Organization: Department of Kinesiology, Audience: Department, Participants: 5, Professional, Description: Conducted a CPR/AED for the Professional Rescuer and Healthcare Provider challenge recertification for Kinesiology majors.

  • Instruction Type: Certification, Sponsoring Organization: Physical Education Activity Program, Audience: Department, Participants: 1, Professional, Description: Conducted an adult CPR/AED recertification for instructors of the Physical Education Activity Program

Research Interests

Inclusion of Act 31 in physical education teacher education curriculum

Publications

  • Timm, D. (2016, May). Culturally Responsive Health and Physical Education: Placing the Activity Within a Cultural Context. Wisconsin Health and Physical Education Newsletter, 45(2), 4.
    Online Publication/Abstract
    Abstract: Various ways exist to connect content to students' lives. This process is also known as building pedagogical bridges. This article focused on placing the activity within a cultural context to connect content to students' lives.
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  • Timm, D. (2016, January (1st Quarter/Winter)). Culturally Responsive Teaching: Connecting Content to Students' Lives. Wisconsin Health and Physical Education Newsletter, 45(1), 17.
    Online Publication/Abstract
    Abstract: Various ways exist to connect content to students' lives. This process is also known as building pedagogical bridges. This article focused on using culturally relevant examples to connect content to students' lives.
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  • Timm, D. (2015, September). Culturally Responsive Health and Physical Education: Knowing Your Students. Wisconsin Health and Physical Education Newsletter, 44(3), 17.
    Online Publication/Abstract
    Abstract: Teachers do not just teach content, they also teach students. The more familiar a teacher can become with his/her students, the more a teacher can connect content to students' lives. Ways to become familiar with students was examined in this article.
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  • Timm, D. (2015, May). Culturally Responsive Teaching: Developing a Cultural Knowledge Base. Wisconsin Health and Physical Education Newsletter, 44(2), Page 14.
    Online Publication/Abstract
    Abstract: Students' cultural backgrounds play an important role in the teaching/learning process. Being familiar with a culture's values can provide insight into how students may conduct themselves. As an example, African American and Latina women often think if they were to exercise to reduce their body mass index, they would be promoting “White” cultural norms and rejecting their own cultural norms of a larger, thicker body for women.
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  • Timm, D.J. (2015, January (1st Quarter/Winter)). Culturally Responsive Health and Physical Education - Eye Contact. Wisconsin Health and Physical Education Newsletter, 44(1), Page 19.
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    Abstract: Article discussed how the concept of eye contact in one culture is not necessarily the same in other cultures.
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  • Timm, D.J. (2014, September). Culturally Responsive Health and Physical Education - Gestures. Wisconsin Health and Physical Education Newsletter, 43(3), Page 16.
    Online Publication/Abstract
    Abstract: Gestures are frequently used by health and physical education teachers to communicate with students. However, gestures do not have the same meaning in all cultures.
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  • Timm, D.J. (2014, May). Culturally Responsive Health and Physical Education - Physical Proximity. Wisconsin Health and Physical Education Newsletter, 43(2), Page 13.
    Online Publication/Abstract
    Abstract: Health and physical education teachers continually move in and out of four interpersonal zones as they teach. Knowledge of these four zones and students' comfort levels with each zone can increase the effectiveness of one's teaching.
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  • Timm, D.J. (2014, January (1st Quarter/Winter)). Culturally Responsive Health and Physical Education - Communication Organization. Wisconsin Health and Physical Education Newsletter, 43(1), Page 14.
    Online Publication/Abstract
    Abstract: The manner in which ideas and thoughts are organized in written and oral communication has distinct differences. The two versions of communication organization are topic-centered and topic-chaining.
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  • Timm, D.J. (2013, September). Culturally Responsive Health and Physical Education - Participation Structures. Wisconsin Health and Physical Education Newsletter, 42(3), 14.
    Online Publication/Abstract
    Abstract: Verbal communication can take the form of a passive-receptive participation or a participatory-interactive structure. Differences in student and teacher participation structures can lead to misunderstanding.
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  • Timm, D.J. (2013, May). Culturally Responsive Health and Physical Education - Influence of Your Cultural Self. Wisconsin Health and Physical Education Newsletter, 42(2), 19.
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    Abstract: After learning about one's cultural self, a person needs to reflect on how aspects from his/her life influence who (s)he is as a teacher.
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  • Timm, D.J. (2013, January (1st Quarter/Winter)). Culturally Responsive Health and Physical Education - Who Am I? Wisconsin Health and Physical Education Newsletter, 42(1), Page 10.
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  • Timm, D.J. (2012). Beyond Discipline: From Compliance to Community. Wisconsin Health and Physical Education Newsletter, 41(3), Page 14.
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  • Timm, D.J. (2012). Culturally Responsive Health and Physical Education. Wisconsin Health and Physical Education Newsletter, 41(3), Page 13.
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Presentations

  • Timm, D., Presenter & Author (2016, November 11). Cultural Awareness: Participation Structures, Department Meeting, Department of Kinesiology, Madison, Wisconsin.
  • Timm, D., Presenter & Author (2016, September 16). Cultural Awareness: Communication Organization, Department Meeting, Department of Kinesiology, Madison, Wisconsin.
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  • Timm, D.J., Presenter & Author (2016, April 21). Leveraging Cultural Self to Address Racial Disproportionality, Excellence for All: Addressing Disproportionality for Racial Justice, Summit for Addressing Disproportionality, Green Bay, Wisconsin.
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  • Timm, D., Presenter & Author (2016, March 11). Cultural Awareness: Listening and Talking, Department Meeting, Department of Kinesiology, Madison, Wisconsin.
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  • Timm, D., Presenter & Author (2015, October 28). Improving One's Social Wellness Through Familiarity with Cultural Self, Wellness Symposium, University of Wisconsin, Madison, Wisconsin.
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  • Timm, D., Presenter & Author (2015, August 12). The Influence of Cultural Self on One's Teaching, Professional Development in Urban Education: Designed for Teachers, by Teachers, and With Teachers Conference, University of Wisconsin System Institute for Urban Education, Milwaukee, Wisconsin.
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  • Timm, D.J., Presenter & Author (2015, March 19). Improve Your Teaching Through Cultural Awareness and Connection, National Convention and Exposition, Society of Health and Physical Educators, Seattle, Washington.
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  • Timm, D.J., Presenter Only, & Kuhrasch, C.N., Presenter & Author (2013, October 25). Getting Them Fired Up! Motivating Middle/High School Students to Learn, WHPE Convention, Wisconsin Health and Physical Education, Waukesha, Wisconsin.
  • Timm, D.J. (2013, October 4). Who am I?..Culture2 ("squared"), Future Professionals Student Leadership Conference, Midwest District American Alliance for Health, Physical Education, Recreation, and Dance, Angola, Indiana.
  • Timm, D.J., Presenter & Author (2013, June 7). I Know Myself..Now What?, Leadership Development Conference, Midwest District AAHPERD, Anderson, Indiana.
  • Timm, D.J., Presenter & Author (2013, June 6). Embracing Change..Knowing Myself, Leadership Development Conference, Midwest District AAHPERD, Anderson, Indiana.
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  • Timm, D.J., Presenter & Author, Miller, H., Author Only, & Cavanagh, T., Author Only (2013, April 25). Inclusion of Act 31 in PETE Teacher Training Curriculum: Raising Awareness Regarding American Indian Issues, 2013 National Convention & Expo, American Alliance for Health, Physical Education, Recreation, and Dance, Charlotte, North Carolina.
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  • Timm, D.J., Presenter & Author (2013, April 5). Act 31 and Compliance Theory, Lifelong Learning: Nurturing a Tradition of Excellence, Wisconsin Indian Education Association, Wausau, Wisconsin.
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  • Timm, D.J., Presenter & Author (2011, July 25). Training Physical Education Teachers at the University of Wisconsin, Beijing Sport University Administrators Workshop, University of Wisconsin, Madison, Wisconsin.
  • Timm, D.J., Presenter & Author (2010, November 18). The Influence of Self on One's Teaching, Statewide Equity and Multicultural Education Conference, Wisconsin State Human Relations Association, Wisconsin Dells, Wisconsin.
  • Timm, D.J., Presenter & Author (2009, October 30). Discovery of Self for Better Teaching, WAHPERD Convention, Wisconsin Association for Health, Physical Education, Recreation, and Dance, Stevens Point, Wisconsin.

Departmental Service

  • Alumni Relations Committee
    Dates of Membership: 2015 - Pres.
    Accomplishments: New department committee.
  • Committee Member. Period of Service: 2015 - Pres.

  • Teaching Coverage/Cross Disciplinary Committee
    Dates of Membership: Sep. 2014 - Dec. 2014
    Accomplishments: Reviewed courses which could be taught by essentially anyone in the department, providing the person had adequate time to prepare.
  • Committee Member. Period of Service: Sep. 2014 - Dec. 2014

  • Teaching Credit Mismatch Committee
    Dates of Membership: Sep. 2014 - Dec. 2014
    Accomplishments: Reviewed courses in which students and instructors received a different number of credits.
  • Committee Member. Period of Service: Sep. 2014 - Dec. 2014

School Service

  • Committee on Academic Staff Issues
    Dates of Membership: 2014 - Pres.
    Accomplishments: Addressed issues regarding academic staff members in the School of Education.
  • Member. Period of Service: 2014 - Pres.

  • Coordinating Council for Professionals in Education
    Dates of Membership: 2014 - Pres.
    Accomplishments: Address issues of teacher education programs in the School of Education.
  • Member. Period of Service: 2014 - Pres.

  • Committee on Academic Staff Issues
    Dates of Membership: Sep. 2003 - June 2009
    Accomplishments: Surveyed academic staff regarding issues of employmnet.
  • Coordinator. Period of Service: Sep. 2006 - June 2009

Public Service

  • College/University Division Vice President, Wisconsin Health and Physical Education
    Dates of Membership: 2016 - Pres.
  • Officer, Vice President. Period of Service: 2016 - Pres.

  • Professional Development Committee, Society of Health and Physical Educators Midwest District
    Dates of Membership: March 2015 - March 2016
    Accomplishments: New district committee.
  • Committee Member. Period of Service: March 2015 - March 2016

  • Midwest AAHPERD
    Dates of Membership: March 2011 - March 2014
  • Board of Directors of a Company. Period of Service: March 2011 - March 2014

  • Midwest AAHPERD Social Justice and Diversity Committee
    Dates of Membership: Oct. 2010 - March 2014
    Accomplishments: Promotion of social justice and diversity in health, physical education, recreation, and dance.
  • Committee Chair. Period of Service: May 2013 - March 2014

  • Stretegies: A Journal for Sport and Physical Educators
    Dates of Membership: 2000 - Pres.
  • Reviewer, Journal Article. Period of Service: 2000 - Pres.

Awards and Honors

  • Invited Attendee
    Organization: Chancellor's Office
    Purpose: Service, University
    Scope: UW Madison
    Description: Invited to the Chancellor's Receptions for Matthew Desmond, author of the 2016-2017 Go Big Read book, "Evicted" and for Bryan Stevenson, author of the 2015-2016 Go Big Read book, "Just Mercy."
    Date(s): October 26, 2015 - November 1, 2016
  • Honor Award
    Organization: Wisconsin Health and Physical Education
    Purpose: Service, Professional
    Scope: State
    Description: For continuous and extended service to the association and profession.
    Date(s): October 29, 2015
  • Invited Speaker
    Organization: Summit for Addressing Disproportionality
    Purpose: Service, Community
    Scope: State
    Description: Invited to speak on how one's cultural self influences a person's teaching at the Summit for Addressing Disproportionality in April, 2016.
    Date(s): September 2015
  • Featured Presentation
    Organization: Society of Health and Physical Educators
    Purpose: Service, Professional
    Scope: National
    Description: My presentation, "Improve Your Teaching Through Cultural Awareness and Connection," was selected as one of the featured Social Justice and Diversity presentations at the Society of Health and Physical Educators National Convention and Exposition.
    Date(s): March 17, 2015 - March 21, 2015
  • Presidential Alumni Research Dissemination Award
    Organization: Walden University
    Purpose: Scholarship/Research
    Scope: National
    Description: Award for quality research and presentation of my doctoral study.
    Date(s): 2013 - 2014
  • Featured Speaker
    Organization: Midwest District American Alliance for Health, Physical Education, Recreation, and Dance
    Purpose: Service, Professional
    Scope: Regional
    Description: Gave two presentations at the Midwest District Leadership Development Conference focusing on adapting to change.
    Date(s): June 7, 2013 - June 8, 2013

Memberships

  • National Association of Kinesiology in Higher Education (NAKHE)
    Scope of Organization: National, Member Since: August 2015
  • Wisconsin Health and Physical Education (WHPE)
    Position Held: College/University Division Vice President, 2016-Present. Served on the Convention Committee, 2012-2013. Write an article on culturally responsive health and physical education for the association's newsletter (3 newsletters per year)., Scope of Organization: State, Member Since: September 1996
  • Society of Health and Physical Educators (SHAPE America)
    Scope of Organization: National, Member Since: November 1, 1982
  • Society of Health and Physical Educators Midwest District (MWSHAPE America)
    Position Held: Currently serve on the Leadership Council and Professional Development Committee. Served as the Wisconsin representative to the Board of Directors. Attended the 2011 National Association for Sport and Physical Education Assembly as the delegate from Midwest District. Served on the Social Justice and Diversity Committee (2010-Present; Chair, 2013-Present). Served on the Dance, Sport, and Physical Education Council (2007-2011). Served as the house manager at the 2010 AAHPERD National Convention Dance Gala. Coordinated the publicity for a dance workshop in Oshkosh in February, 2009., Scope of Organization: Regional, Member Since: November 1, 1982
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