Jordan K H Day
Jordan Day was born and raised in Hilo, Hawaii and attended Kamehameha Secondary School. He holds a B.S. in Kinesiology and Exercise Science as well as a Secondary Education Teaching Certificate both from the University of Hawaii at Hilo. He is currently concluding the M.Ed. program in Educational Technology through the University of Hawaii at Manoa. His passion for Health and Physical Education have lead him to this instructional module study for “Increasing running speed through multimedia”. This instructional module serves as a graduation requirement for the degree and a great learning tool to elevate his education career. This is a fairly universal module which can be useful for high school students or novice-intermediate runners of active age who want to meet timed running goals for any distance. He looks forward teaching health and physical education with an emphasis in integrating efficient learning systems and technologies as possible.
Presenter for the Following Session
- Running program hybrid curriculum for high school students: Increasing pace through multimedia
In high school physical education classes, many students work hard increase run pace yet lack the guidance to improve substantially in the “off-semester” in an optimal fashion. In most cases, the student body has never trained for distance running in a 10 kilometer race. In order to assist students in developing running skills, a high school in Hawaii is piloting a hybrid curriculum for the second semester of a physical education class for junior and senior students.