Dr. Morgan has designed physical activity curricula and lesson plans for the following schools and organizations:
Developed a 9-unit curricular outline and sample lesson plans for teachers of 3- and 4-year olds at a childcare center in Hanoi, Vietnam.
Created a 52-week teacher-led movement curriculum and daily lesson plans for Creation Kids Early Childhood Education Curriculum. This curriculum is currently used to teach 3- and 4-year-olds in Seventh-day Adventist (SDA) childcare centers in North America.
Created and implemented the physical activity curriculum component for the A-B-C-1-2-3, Healthy Kids in Tennessee — Let’s Eat Well, Play and Be Aware, Every Day initiative. The purpose of this program is to develop a hands-on educational curriculum emphasizing healthy living that targets childcare providers, the children they care for, and their families.
Created a physical activity curriculum for grades K-6 where literacy concepts are taught in a movement setting. Worked one-on-one with facilitators to implement this curriculum as part of the SPARK 2 READ after-school activity program at eleven schools in rural counties throughout Tennessee.
Developed a physical education curriculum and weekly lesson plans for Covenant Christian Day School, Greensboro, NC (Grades 3-8) and provided in-service training to help teachers implement the curriculum.
Developed a yearly physical education curriculum and daily lesson plans for Tri-City Junior Academy, High Point, NC (Grades K-6). Provided in-service training for elementary classroom teachers, demonstrated curriculum content and modeled teaching techniques.
Designed a 52-week physical education curriculum and weekly lesson plans for Bovil Elementary School, Bovil, ID (Grades K-4) and assisted elementary classroom teachers in implementing the curriculum.
Physical education consultant for the Tennessee Department of Health after-school physical activity program. Visited and observed program facilitators in nine rural schools located in four counties throughout the state; provided feedback and suggestions to help the facilitators manage and implement successful physical activity programming.
Member, Henry Horton State Park, TN, Healthy Park, Healthy Person action team.
Member Tennessee Obesity Taskforce (TOT) and TOT Early Childhood action team.
Member, physical education evaluation team, Haverford Township, PA, school district. Responsibilities included evaluation of curricula, facilities and teacher effectiveness of K-12 Health and Physical Education teaching staff.
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