Kate R. Barrett

Dr. Barrett’s career, while at UNCG, 1970-1997, focused on teacher education in physical education with emphasis on children’s programs and the development of skillful movement. In addition to publishing in many professional journals and authoring numerous textbooks, she taught key courses to undergraduate and graduate teacher education majors and advised many masters theses and doctoral dissertations. Among Dr. Barrett’s state and national honors include awards from NCAHPERD, NASPE, COPEC and the Research Consortium of AAHPERD. She was the 1984 recipient of the UNCG Alumni Association’s Teaching Excellence Award, served on and chaired numerous university committees and was UNCG’s Director of Teacher Education in the School of Education from 1989-1992. In 1998 Dr Barrett was awarded the distinguished Alumni Award (as an honorary alumna) by the UNCG School of Health and Human Performance and in 2003 the School’s Distinguished Service Award. In 2005 she was appointed a Trustee of the university.

There are 1 included publications by Kate R. Barrett :

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Developmental Sequences for the Vertical Cradle in Lacrosse: An Exploratory Study 1997 1124 Developmental sequences for the vertical cradle were hypothesized and tested using a prelongitudinal screening technique to determine comprehensiveness and developmental accuracy. Fifty-one 10- to 13-year-old children were videotaped as they ran a...