Tyler G. Johnson, PhD
Professor, Department of Kinesiology
Tyler Johnson earned a PhD in Curriculum and Instruction from Arizona State University in 2007. He completed MS and BS degrees in Physical Education from Brigham Young University in 2004 and 2002, respectively. He has been a member of the Department of Kinesiology at Boise State University since 2008 and teaches future physical education teachers and sport coaches. He is passionate about designing and implementing positive sport and exercise experiences for young people in physical education, interscholastic sports, youth sports, and other recreational programs. His research interests relate to participant motivation in physical activity settings, youth physical activity levels, philosophical foundations of physical education, and physical education teacher education.
- Philosophical foundations of K-12 physical education and physical education teacher education.
- Curricular perspectives & instructional practices in K-12 physical education and physical education teacher education.
Johnson, T. G. (2016). Physical activity stories: Assessing the ‘meaning standard’ in physical education. Journal of Physical Education, Recreation, and Dance, 87(4), 11-17.
Johnson, T. G., & Turner, L. (2016). The physical activity movement and the definition of physical education. Journal of Physical Education, Recreation, and Dance, 87(4), 8-10.
Johnson, T. G. (2015). Lived body knowledge: Disciplinary knowledge for pre-service physical education teachers. Quest, 67, 227-239.
Turner, L., & Johnson, T. G., Slater, S. J., & Chaloupka, F. J. (2014). Physical activity practices in elementary schools and associations with physical education staffing and training. Research Quarterly for Exercise and Sport, 85, 488-501.
Johnson, T. G., Bolter, N. D., & Stoll, S. K. (2014). The play community: A student-centered model for physical education. Journal of Physical Education, Recreation, and Dance, 85(9), 20-27.
Johnson, T. G. (2014). Learning to play: A “hedgehog concept” for physical education. Journal of Physical Education, Recreation, and Dance, 85(3), 32-38.
Johnson, T. G. (2013). The value of performance in physical education teacher education. Quest, 65, 485-497.
Johnson, T. G. (2012). The significance of physical education content: “Sending the message” in physical education teacher education. Quest, 64, 187-196.
- KINES 110 Instructional Volleyball
- KINES 111 Instructional Basketball
- KINES 113 Instructional Golf
- KINES 201 Philosophical Dimensions of Physical Activity
- KINES 305 Adapted Physical Education
- KINES 451 Secondary Physical Education Methods
- KINES 458 Curriculum Design in Physical Education
- KINES 550 Philosophy of Exercise and Sport
- KIN-AL 504 Philosophy of Sport & Athletic Leadership