Assistant Professor of Athletic Training and Physical Education
117 Lengyel Hall
University of Maine
Orono, ME 04469
Bio: Christopher Nightingale is an assistant professor of athletic training and physical education at the University of Maine College of Education and Human Development. He teaches courses in physical education pedagogy, athletic training clinical evaluation, and exercise science/kinesiology. His current research includes fall risk assessment for seniors and professional socialization of athletic trainers. His other interests include student advising and service to university, state and national organizations.
Ed.D., 2006, Boston University
M.S., 1999, University of Massachusetts
B.S., 1995, University of Maine
Courses taught at UMaine
- KPE 262: Methods of Teaching Physical Activity
- KPE 365: Curriculum and Instruction in Secondary Physical Education
- KPE 376: Kinesiology
- KPE 372: Statistical Methods and Assessment in Physical Education
- KPE 386: Assessment and Evaluation of Lower Extremity Athletic Injuries
- Nightingale, C.J. (2013). “Details for a Physical Education Specific Mentoring Program” Research Review in Dimensions of Physical Education Jones & Barrett Learning Books.
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