Publications & Grants
Publications & Presentations
McCollum, S., Elliott, S. M., Burke, M. M., Civalier, A., Pruitt, W., & Palmer, S. (2005). PEP Up Your PE Program: Writing and Implementing a PEP Grant One school district's experience, Teaching Elementary Physical Education, 16 (4), 44-52.
Burke, K. L., Aoyagi, M. W., Joyner, A. B., & Burke, M. M. (2003). Spectators’ perceptions of positive momentum while attending men’s and women’s regular season contests: Exploring the Antecedents-Consequences Model. Athletic Insight: The Online Journal of Sport Psychology, 5 (3), Retrieved from http://www.athleticinsight.com/Vol5Iss3/SpectatorsMomentumPerceptions.htm
Burke, K. L., Burke, M. M., & Joyner, A. B. (1999). Perceptions of momentum in college and high school basketball: An exploratory, case study investigation. Journal of Sport Behavior, 22 (3), 303-309.
“PEP Up Your Physical Education Program: Writing and Implementing a PEP Grant.” (with S. McCollum, S. Elliott, A. Civalier, S. Palmer, W. Pruitt & B. Jennings). Session presented at the Share the Wealth Regional Convention,
“PEP Grant Ideas: Innovative Activities for Developing Fitness.” (with S. McCollum, S. Elliott, A. Civalier, S. Palmer,
“Are you ready for your student teaching placement?” (with S. Elliott, S. McCollum, A. Civalier, &
“Optimistic and Pessimistic Attitudes: Influences on You and Your Performance.” (with K. L. Burke, A. B. Joyner, & M. J. Wilson). Workshop presentation at the Georgia Association for Health, Physical Education, Recreation, and Dance convention, Jekyll Island, April 15, 2000.
“Physical Fitness for Life.” Presented at the April, Meeting of Alpha Delta Kappa,
“Sport Psychology for Coaches: Understanding and enhancing concentration in sport.” (with K. L. Burke). Session presented at the Illinois Association for Health, Physical Education, Recreation, and Dance Convention,
Springfield City Schools Foundation Grant, $370 (awarded), 2010
Springfield City Schools Foundation Grant, $2,000 (awarded), 2009
Carol White Federal Physical Education for Progress Grant, $286,000 (awarded), 2002