Dr. Minhyun Kim

Dr. Minhyun Kim

Dr. Minhyun Kim

Assistant Professor

mxk056@shsu.edu

936-294-2648

HKC 222

Curriculum Vitae


Bio

Minhyun Kim is an assistant professor in the Department of Kinesiology at Sam Houston State University. Prior to joining SHSU, Dr. Kim was an assistant professor at Bridgewater College for two years. Dr. Kim completed his Ph.D. from University of New Mexico with a specialization in physical education teacher education and adapted physical education. He also earned his master’s degree in kinesiology with an emphasis in pedagogy from California State University, San Bernardino. His research focuses on physical education teachers’ leadership and effective instructional strategies for adapted physical activity.


Education

Ph.D., Physical Education and Teacher Education
University of New Mexico, Albuquerque, NM

M.A., Kinesiology
California State University, San Bernardino, CA

B.A., Golf Management and Sports Administration
KyungHee University, Seoul, South Korea


Selected Publications

Stocz, M., & Kim, M. (2018). Dugouts as a hazard in high school baseball. Journal of Physical Education, Recreation and Dance 89(2), 62-63.

Kim, M., Choi, J., Kim, M., & Lee, S. (2017). An analysis of American student-athletes’
perception of academic performance. Journal of Korean Sport and Leisure Studies, 70(6), 447-456.

Kim, M., Hushman, G., So, H., & Holzberg, L. (2017). The effect of transformational leadership on middle school students’ intrinsic motivation and expectancy-value in physical education. European Journal of Educational Sciences, 4(2), 22-31. 

Cho, K., Kim, M., & Lee, H. (2017). Jegi-Chagi: A traditional Korean physical education activity. Journal of Physical Education and Recreation and Dance, 88(5), 26-32.

Nachtigal, J., Kim, M., Lee, K., Seidler, L., & Stocz, M. (2016). Softball, nothing soft about it. Journal of Physical Education and Recreation and Dance. 87(9), 36-41.

Kim, M., Hushman, G., & Stocz, M. (2015). Capturing physical education teacher performance: Considerations and ethical conducts for Teachscape and other new technologies in the classroom. Kentucky Association of Health, Physical Education, Recreation and Dance, 53(1), 22-28.

Kim, D., Kim, M., Cho, K., Lee, H., & Kim, S. (2015). Analysis of American college physical education class syllabi to develop and improve college physical education class in South Korea. The Korean Journal of Physical Education, 54(5), 425-436.