Dr. Blackshear recently joined the Towson community after working abroad teaching Health, Physical Education, and the International Baccalaureate Sport, Exercise and Health Science curriculum. She is passionate about helping young people excel through health, physical education and sport, and aims to provide health and physical activity for all. Dr. Blackshear's research interests include father impact on physical activity, fitness testing in physical education, and socio-cultural issues in physical activity with attention directed towards underserved populations and females of color. Her long-term goals include developing culturally relevant school-based physical activity interventions.
Dr. Blackshear enjoys providing authentic classroom experiences for Physical Education Teacher Candidates to ensure the next generation of students have access to quality physical education instruction and programming. Dr. Blackshear currently teaches KNES 238-Physical Fitness Program & Assessment, KNES 294- Elementary Physical Education Content Knowledge & Performance I, and KNES 327- Teaching Cultural Dance & Creative Movement in Physical Education.
- Father Impact on Physical Activity among Females
Data-driven Fitness Testing in Secondary Physical Education
|KNES 238||Physical Fitness Programming & Assessments|
|KNES 294||PE Elementary Content, Knowledge, & Performance I|
|KNES 325||Teaching PE in Secondary School|