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ARMSTRONG STATE UNIVERSITY
COLLEGE OF EDUCATION

Secondary, Adult, and Physical Education


 

Name: Dr. Anthony P. Parish

Position: Assistant Professor

Email: anthony.parish@armstrong.edu

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Credentials

Educational/Professional Credentials

  • Ph.D. in Kinesiology Pedagogy from the University of Arkansas, Fayetteville, AR

  •  M.A. in Bio-Behavioral Science from Columbia University, NYC

  •  B.A. in Journalism from the University of Arkansas, Fayetteville, AR

 

 

Professional Experience

Professional Experience

Assistant Professor, Armstrong Atlantic State University, Savannah, GA

August  2011 – Current

 
  • PEEC 3180 Officiating Team Sports
  • PEBC 1010 Lifetime Fitness
  • PEEC 3100 Outdoor Lifetime Activities
  • PEHM 1700 Independent Study: Internship
  • PEEC 3200 Health and Physical Education for Elementary
  • PEBC 1000 Beginning Weight Training
  • PEBC 1401 Beginning Tennis
  • PEHM 4333 Fundamentals of Coaching
  • PEHM 4702 Middle/Secondary Physical Education Curriculum/Methods
  • PEHM 4602 Field Experience Middle/Secondary Physical Education Curriculum/Methods
  • PEBC 1080 Bowling
  • PEHM 4703 Health/Physical Education Curriculum/Methods
  • PEHM 4603 Field Experience Health/Physical Education Curriculum/Methods
  • PEBC  2000 Concepts of Fitness
  • PEHM 3300 Technique in Team Sports Instruction
  • PEHM 4100 Adaptive Physical Education
  • PEHM 4701 Elementary School Health/Physical Education Curriculum/Methods
  • PEHM 4601 Field Experience Elementary School Health/Physical Education Curriculum/Methods

 

           

 

 

Senior Teaching Assistant, University of Arkansas, Fayetteville, AR

August 2007 – August 2011

  • KINS 3373: Philosophical/Socio-cultural Impact on Kinesiology
  • PHED 3373: Elementary Education in Physical Education
  • PHED 3074: Secondary Education in Physical Education
  • CIED 5012: Measurement, Research, and Statistical Concepts for Teachers (Graduate level class)
  • PHED 3002:Teaching and Leading Outdoor Recreation and Experiential Activities
  • PEAC 1621: Fitness Concepts Class
  • PEAC 1221: Beginning Jogging
  • PEAC 1471: Beginning Badminton
  • PEAC 1421: Beginning Bowling
  • PEAC 1661: Weight Training
  • PEAC 1431: Beginning Tennis

 

 

Relevant Teaching and Instruction

 

Physical Education Teacher, The School at Columbia, New York City, New York

August 2005 - July 2007

  • Taught kindergarten through eighth grade physical education classes
  • Responsible for integrating physical education curriculum with other subject areas
  • Junior high boys basketball coach

 

Physical Education Teacher, Ross School, East Hampton, New York

October 1999 – July of 2004

  • Taught High School physical education classes
  • Responsible for integrating physical education curriculum with other subject areas
  • Responsible for creating morning wellness program for school
  • Assistant varsity boys basketball coach

 

Intellectual Contributions

Intellectual Contributions

Books

 

  • Parish, A., Baghurst, T., (2010). Case studies in school sports and coaching. Scottsdale, AZ:Holcomb Publishing.

 

Peer Reviewed Publications

 

  • Wimer, G., & Parish, A. (2015). Statewide interscholastic testing programs for             performance-enhancing drugs on the decline: How we got here. Manuscript             submitted to Journal of Sports Medicine and Doping Studies, November.
  • Ammar, A., Karim, O. A., Chotourou, H., Parish, A., & Hoelelmann, A. (2015). Prevalence             of overweight and obesityand possible effect of intervention program: Tunisian             children as model. Sport Sciences for Health. Vol 11, 129-136.

 

 

Non-Peer Reviewed Publications

           

Parish, A. (2015). Time for fitness. Healthy Living. (Sept/Oct), 43.

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Parish, A., Baghurst, T., & Turner, R. (April, 2010). Becoming competitive amateur             bodybuilders: Identification of contributors. Psychology of Men & Masculinity. Vol                 11(2). 152-159.

Dysmorphia in collegiate male weight trainers for physique. Submitted for review

to Journal of Psychology of Men and Masculinity.

 

 Parish, A., Baghurst, T., Dwelly, P. & Lirgg, K., (August, 2013). Effect of handedness on   gross motor skillacquisition in a novel sports skills task. Journal of Perceptual &   Motor Skills. 117(4), 1-8.

Perceptions of the physiques of self and educators in the profession. Submitted for

review to Journal of Teaching and Physical Education.

 

Baghurst, T. & Parish, A. (October, 2013). Physique protection as a characteristic of muscle

obesity in Arkansas schools. Arkansas Journal. Vol 49 (1), 35.

 

Baghurst, T. & Parish, A. (November, 2013). Physical education, teacher education students’

 

Lirgg, C. D., Gorman, D. R. & Parish, A. (April, 2014). School perceptions of childhood

bodybuilders. Women in Sport and Physical Activity Journal. Vol 22, 5-9.

 

Parish, A., & Baghurst, T. (May, 2014). The development of the intern preparation rating    scale. GAHPERD Journal. Vol 46 (1), 14.

            (2014) Reevaluation of physique protection as a characteristic of muscle dysmorphia.

            North American Journal of Psychology. (16) 1-11.

 

Baghurst, T., Parish, A., & Denny, D. (2014). Why women become competitive amateur

Perceptions of the physiques of self and educators in the profession. Journal of Sport

Pedagogy and Research. Vol 1(8), 57-63.

 

Baghurst, T.,Volberding, J., Brown, T.C., Murray, S. B., Galli, N., Parish, A., & Griffith, S.

 

Baghurst, T., Sandlin, J., Holden, S., & Parish, A. (2015). Physical education students’

 

 

 

 

 

Conference and Professional Presentations

 

Presentations at Refereed Conferences

 

  • Jenkins, M. W., Gorman, D., & Parish, A. (2015). Impact of healthy lifestyle choices on

 

 

Parish, A. (2008). Becoming Competitive Amateur Bodybuilders: Identification of             Contributors. Poster presentation at HOGS Spring Conference, Fayetteville, AR.

 

Parish, A., & Baghurst, T. (2009, November). Effect of handedness on skill acquisition             among students in a P.E. class setting. Poster session presented at the Arkansas             American Alliance for Health, Physical Education, Recreation and Dance             (ArkAHPERD) annual conference, Eureka Springs, AR.

 

Baghurst, T., & Parish, A. (2009, November). Effectively incorporating goal setting into    your physical education program. Paper presented at the Arkansas American      Alliance for Health, Physical Education, Recreation and Dance (ArkAHPERD) annual conference, Eureka Springs, AR.    

 

Baert, H., Esslinger, K., Parish, A., Burt, D. (2010). Creative and Active Health and             Fitness Activities for K-6 Students. Presentation at the AAHPERD Conference,             Indianapolis, Indiana,             USA, March 16-20, 2010

District AHPERD Conference, Orlando, Florida, USA, February 9-11, 2012.

 

Burt, D., Parish, A. (2010). Tips and techniques to keep students engaged in PE.             ArkAHPERD Conference, Little Rock, Arkansas, USA, Novemeber 4-5, 2010.

 

Parish, A., & Esslinger, K. (2012). Omniken or anaken. Presented at 2012 Southern

 

Parish, A., Lirgg, C., Baghurst, T., Gorman, D., Kern, J., Forte, I. & Burt, D. (2012).             Effect of handedness on gross motor skill acquisition among college             undergraduates. Presented at 2012 AAHPERD Conference, Boston,             Massachusetts, USA, March 13- March 17, 2012.

the Physiques of self and physical educators. Presented at 2014 AAHPERD (SHAPE) Conference, St. Louis, Missouri, USA, April 1-5, 2014.

 

Baghurst, T., & Parish, A. (2013). Encouraging disability appreciation through practical                simulation: A pilot study. Presented at 2013 AAHPERD Conference, Charlotte,             North Carolina, USA, April 24- April 28, 2013.

             USA, April 1-5, 2014.

 

Bagurst, T., Parish, A., Sandlin, J., & Holden, S. (2014). Students’ perceptions of

drugs in high school athletes: An examination of programs in Illinois, New Jersey

and Texas.  Presented at 2015 ACSM Southeast Regional Conference, Jacksonville, Florida,

             USA, February 12-14, 2015.

 

Lirgg, C., Gorman, D., & Parish, A. (2014). School personnel perceptions of childhood             obesity. Presented at 2014 AAHPERD (SHAPE) Conference, St. Louis, Missouri,

students who smoke cigarettes.  Presented at 2015 AAHPERD (SHAPE) Conference, Seattle, WA,

             USA, March 17-21, 2015.

 

Wimer, G., & Parish, A. (2015). Mandatory random testing for performance-enhancing

 

Scholarly Service

 

  • Comprehensive Program Review. Created comprehensive program analysis and review for the Health and Physical Education Program at Armstrong Atlantic State University.

 

  • College of Education Academic and Admissions Appeals Committee. Armstrong Atlantic State University. Evaluated request for students seeking readmission to graduate school. 2011-2013

 

  • College of Education Curriculum Committee. Armstrong Atlantic State University. Evaluated requests for curricular changes within the college of education. 2012-2013.

 

  • AAHPERD Proposal Review. Summer  2010: Serve as a proposal reviewer for 2011 AAHPERD Conference.

 

  • From Abstract to Contract; 3rd Annual Graduate Research Symposium . University of Arkansas 2010: Served as a Judge for Kinesiology Division.

 

  • HKRD Organization of Graduate Students 2007-2008: Selected as Pedagogy representative

Current Professional Memberships

 

  • Arkansas American Alliance for Health, Physical Education, Recreation, and Dance
  • American Alliance for Health, Physical Education, Recreation, and Dance
  • American Council on Exercise