Ed.D , Teachers College, Columbia University (2009)
Curriculum And Teaching In Physical Education
Invasion Games II
Net And Racquet Sports
S/T: Inclusive Physical Activity
Technology In Health And Physical Education
-Health, Fitness and Technology
-Curriculum and Teaching
DeMarzo, J., Gibbone, A., Letter, G., Bedard D. & Klein, C. (2012). Healthy and sustainable fundraising activities: Mobilizing your community toward social responsibility. Champaign, IL: Human Kinetics.
Bernstein, E., Gibbone, A., & Lysniak, U. (2013). Competition and considerations: The use of active gaming in physical education class. In In A. Cohan & A. Honigsfeld (Eds.) (Eds.). Breaking the Mold of Classroom Organization and Management: Innovative and Successful Practices of Engagement, Motivation, and Student Empowerment for 21st Century Schools. R & L Education.
Gibbone, A., Bernstein E., & Rukavina, P. (2013), Gender and grade level analysis of student perceptions regarding competition during dance-related active gaming. The Global Journal of Health and Physical Education Pedagogy, 2, 128-149.
Gibbone, A. & Bernstein, E. (2013, Spring), Connecting active gaming and effective teaching in physical education. Physical Education Matters, 8, 46-48.
Gibbone, A. & Manson, M. (2010), An overview of bullying: Proactive physical educators’ contribution to school-wide prevention. Journal of Physical Education, Recreation & Dance, 81, 20-24.
Gibbone, A., Rukavina, P., & Silverman, S. (2010), Technology integration in secondary physical education:. Journal of Educational Technology Development and Exchange, 3, 27-42.
Anne Gibbone, Eve Bernstein & Paul Rukavina (2012). Anne Gibbone, Eve Bernstein Middle school students’ perceptions of competition and enjoyment during dance specific active gaming in physical education. In Southern District AHPERD Conference. Caribe Royale, Orlando, FL.
Ula Lysniak, Stephen Silverman & Anne Gibbone (2011). Effective Teaching Strategies for Low Motor Skill Students. In American Alliance for Health, Physical Education, Recreation, and Dance (AAHPERD). San Diego, CA.
Anne Gibbone & Steven Silverman (2010). Technology Integration in Secondary Physical Education: Teachers’ Attitude and Practice. In American Alliance for Health, Physical Education, Recreation, and Dance (AAHPERD), Annual Conference. Indianapolis, IN.
Fiorentino, L. & Gibbone, A. (2005) “Using the Virtual Gym to Encourage Physical Activity and Enhance Skill Performance for Young Children.” Teaching Elementary Physical Education. September, 14-16.
Mercier, K., Bliss, K., Gibbone, A., Carol M. White Physical Education Program (PEP) Grant- University Partner to Westport Public School District (CT)- 2013-2016
Mercier, K., Gibbone, A., Bliss K., Carol M. White Physical Education Program (PEP) Grant- University Partner to Freeport Public School District- 2013-2016
Gibbone, A. & Mercier, K., Carol M. White Physical Education Program (PEP) Grant- University Partner to Rockville Centre Public School District- 2011-2014
P. Rukavina & A. Gibbone, “An Examination of Physical Educators’ Attitudes and Beliefs Regarding Body Image, Obesity Bias, Cultural Diversity Dispositions, and Goal Orientations”, Center for Health Innovation Health Related Interdisciplinary Research Project Grant, Adelphi University- 2011.
A. Gibbone & E. Bernstein, "Middle School Students’ Perceptions Regarding Competition in a Physical Education Setting Using Exergaming Technology", Adelphi University Presidents Faculty Development Award-2010.
Honors and Accomplishments
Honors and Accomplishments
-William G. Anderson Award for Excellence in Scholarship and Service, Adelphi University, Department of Health Physical Education & Human Performance
-Phi Epsilon Kappa, Delta Eta Chapter
-Kappa Delta Pi, Nu Nu Chapter
-Senate Committee on Academic Information Technology (SCAIT)
-School of Education Technology Committee
-School of Education Review Board
-Physical Education Department Teacher Development Team
-NYSAHPERD Nassau Zone Executive Board Member (2008-2013)
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