Associate Dean for External Affairs and Community Engagement
Denise Seabert joined the department in fall 2003. Her interests are centered in the areas of professional preparation, K-12 health instruction, teaching methods, curriculum theory and practice, and qualitative research methods.
PhD - Health Behavior/Curriculum and Instruction, University of Florida, 2001
MS - School and College Health Education, Indiana University, 1997
BAEd - School Health Education, Western Washington University, 1991
- Telljohann, Symons, Pateman, & Seabert (2012). Health education: Elementary and middle school applications (7th ed.). San Francisco, CA: McGraw-Hill.
- Davis S, McKenzie JF, Baldwin S, Mata H, Capwell E, Seabert DM, Barnes M & Burak L. (2012). Professional development through planning for and/or participating in an accreditation/approval review. Health Promotion Practice. 13(5), September 2012, 591-597.
- McKenzie JF & Seabert DM. (2009). Why do health educators obtain and continue to hold the CHES credential? American Journal of Health Studies, 24(4), 401-410. available online at: http://www.va-ajhs.com/.
- McKenzie JF & Seabert DM. (2009). A retrospective review of those who hold the Certified Health Education Specialist (CHES) credential. American Journal of Health Studies, 24(2), 276-286. available online at: http://www.va-ajhs.com/.
- McKenzie JF, Seabert DM, Hayden J & Cottrell RR. (2009). Textbook writing: A form of professional development. Health Promotion Practice, 10(1), 10-14.
- J. K. Clark, D. M. Seabert, and M. Goldsmith, "Conversations with Early Leaders of Eta Sigma Gamma," The Health Educator (2007), 39: 2, 1-6.
- G. Goebel and D. M. Seabert, "Put on Your Thinking Hats," Journal of School Health (2006), 76: 7, 393-395.
- L. S. Behar-Horenstein, C. A. Isaac, D. M. Seabert, and C. A. Davis, "Classroom Instruction and the Loss of instructional Time: A Case Study," Education and Society (2006), 24: 3, 83-99.
- J. K. Clark, D. M. Seabert, R. R. Cottrell, and J. T. Girvan, Instructor's Manual for Principles and Foundations of Health Promotion and Education (San Francisco, CA: Benjamin Cummings, 2005).
- L. S. Behar-Horenstein and D. M. Seabert, "Teachers' Use of Models of Teaching," Educational Practice and Theory (2005), 27: 1, 49-66.
- L. Angermeier, D. M. Seabert, K. Gilbert, and M. Hirschmann, "The mating game," Journal of School Health (2005), 75: 1, 35-37.
- W. Hey, K. S. Calderon, and D. M. Seabert, "Student work issues: Implications for college transition and retention," The Journal of College Orientation and Transition (2003), 10: 2, 35-41.
- S. Tynes and D. M. Seabert, "Emotional moments," Journal of School Health (2002), 72: 9, 385-386.
- D. M. Seabert, R. M. Pigg, R. M. Weiler, L. S. Behar-Horenstein, and M. D. Miller, "The influence of preservice instruction in health education methods on the health content taught by elementary teachers in Indiana.," Journal of School Health (2002), 72: 10, 422-428.
- L. S. Behar-Horenstein and D. M. Seabert, "Looking at classroom teaching: A missing component in studies of school performance," Curriculum and Teaching (2002), 17: 1, 21-38.
- K. S. Calderon, W. Hey, and D. M. Seabert, "Perceived stress and locus of control differences between employed and non-employed college students: Implications for increasing internal locus of control," Student Affairs Journal Online (2001).
- D. A. Birch, C. Duplaga, D. M. Seabert, and K. M. Wilbur, "What do master teachers consider important in professional preparation for school health education," Journal of School Health (2001), 71: 2, 56-60.
American Alliance for Health, Physical Education, Recreation, and Dance
American Education Research Association
American School Health Association
Eta Sigma Gamma