Calvin College- Dept of Kinesiology
3195 Knight Way SE
Grand Rapids, MI 49546-4406
CURRENT and PAST TEACHING ACTIVITIES:
IDIS 150 (3) God Rested: Why Can't You?
REC 205 (3) Therapeutic Recreation with Special Populations
REC 215 (2) Inclusive Physical Activity and Recreation
REC 310 (3) Theory and Philosophy of Leisure
REC 314 (3) Principles of Therapeutic Recreation
REC 324 (3) Therapeutic Recreation Practice
REC 326 (3) Intervention Techniques in Therapeutic Recreation
REC 345 (3) Field Seminar in Therapeutic Recreation
REC 346 (3-12) Field Internship in Recreation
KIN 346 (3) Field Internhip in Kinesiology
Chun, S., & Lee, Y. (2013). The experience of growth with visual impairment. Annual in Therapeutic Recreation, 21, 32-44.
Heo, J., & Lee, Y. (2010). Serious leisure, heath perception, dispositional optimism, and life satisfaction of Senior Games participants. Educational Gerontology, 36(2), 112-126.
- McCormick, B. P., Lee, Y., & Van Puymbroeck, M. (2009). Research in practice: Building knowledge through empirical practice. In N. J. Stumbo (Ed.), Professional issues in therapeutic recreation: On competence and outcomes (2nd Ed.) Champaign, IL: Sagamore.
Lee, Y., & Chun, S. (2010). Quality of life of individuals with spinal cord injury: Does adding a variable of the experience of God tell us more? Christian Society for Kinesiology and Leisure Studies Conference, Grand Rapids, MI.
PRESENTATIONS RELATED TO CHRISTIANITY (SINCE CALVIN COLLEGE):