Publications (2000-2009)

Books

Pangrazi, R. & Gibbons, S.L. (2009). Dynamic physical education for elementary school children (2nd Canadian Edition).  Pearson Education Canada.

Pangrazi, R. & Gibbons, S. L. (2003). Dynamic physical education for elementary school children  (Canadian Edition). Toronto, ON: Pearson Education Canada.

Journal Articles

Gibbons, S.L., Humbert, M.L., & Temple, V. (2010). Making physical education meaningful for girls: Translating theory into practice. PHEnex Journal, 2(1), 1-20. Retrieved from http://ojs.acadiau.ca/index.php/phenex/issue/view.

Gibbons, S.L. (2009). Meaningful participation of girls in senior physical education courses. Canadian Journal of Education, 32(2), 222-244.

Gibbons, S.L. (2008). Female students perceptions of grade 5 physical education. Physical and Health Education Journal, 74(3), 14-19.

Gibbons, S.L. & Humbert, L. (2008). What are middle school girls looking for in physical education? Canadian Journal of Education, 31(1), 167-186.

Gibbons, S.L. & Naylor, P.J. (2007). Whole school obesity prevention models: Considerations for secondary schools. Physical and Health Education Journal, 72(4), 8-13.

Brown, S. G., Gibbons, S.L., & Kremler, G.  (2006).  Three steps to enhancing personal protection: Step 3 assertiveness. Physical and Health Education Journal, 72(2), 4-11.

Brown, S. G. & Gibbons, S.L. (2005).  Three steps to enhancing personal protection: Step 2 avoidance. Physical and Health Education Journal, 71 (3), 16-21.

Brown, S. G. & Gibbons, S.L. (2005).  Three steps to enhancing personal protection: Step 1 awareness. Physical and Health Education Journal, 71(1), 4-9.

Gibbons, S.L. & Robinson, B. (2005).  Student-friendly rubrics for personal and social learning in physical education.  Physical and Health Education Journal, 70(4), 4-9.

Gibbons, S.L. & Gaul, C.A. (2004).  Making physical education meaningful for young women: Case study in educational change. Avante, 10(2), 1-16.

Gibbons, S.L. (2004).  Design a physical education clip-n-copy.  Physical and Health Education Journal, 70(3), 33-35.

Gibbons, S.L., Anderson, E., Balzer, J., Baylis, L., Bohemier, D., Duke, D., Duyndam, J., & Soon, G. (2004).  Making every question count: Designing authentic quizzes for physical education. Physical and Health Education Journal, 70(2), 4-12.

Gibbons, S.L., Gaul, C.A., & Blackstock, D. (2004).  Build it together and they will come: Designing a physical education program for high school women. Physical and Health Education Journal, 69(4),18-23.

Ebbeck, V. & Gibbons, S.L. (2003). Explaining the self-conception of perceived conduct using indicators of moral functioning in physical education.  Research Quarterly for Exercise and Sport, 74(3), 284-291.

Gibbons, S.L. (2003).  Team building through physical challenges: Potential for middle school physical education. Young Adolescent–Journal of the Middle Years Association of British Columbia, 3(4), 4-5 & 22-23.

Wharf Higgins, J., Gaul, C., Gibbons, S., & Van Gyn, G. (2003). Factors influencing physical activity levels among Canadian youth. Canadian Journal of Public Health, 94(1), 45-51.

Gibbons, S., Robinson, B., Bruce, P., Bremen, K., Lundeen, L., Mouritzen, J., Perkins, J., Stogre, T., & Wejr, C. (2002). Using rubrics to support assessment and evaluation of personal and social outcomes in physical education. StrategiesJournal for the Physical and Sport Educators, 15(4), 28-33.