Deborah A. Wuest is a Professor in the Department of Health Promotion and Human Movement at Ithaca College, New York. She received her B.S. degree in physical education from SUNY Cortland, her M.S. degree in physical education from Indiana University, and her Ed.D. in Human Movement from Boston University. Deborah has over 25 years of teaching experience, and has twice received Ithaca College's Charles C. Dana Award for Teaching Excellence. Deborah teaches courses in the foundations of physical education, foundations of health sciences, stress management, and computer applications in health, physical education, and exercise science. She has co-authored textbooks on foundations of physical education, exercise science, and sport; secondary methods in physical education, and humanism in coaching. Deborah's presentations and publications, at both the national and international levels, are in the area of sport pedagogy. Deborah is a member of AAHPERD, and a Fellow in Research Consortium.
Jennifer Fisette is an assistant professor of Physical Education Teacher Education in the School of Teaching, Learning, and Curriculum Studies at Kent State University. Before taking this position in 2008, she taught physical education and health in Rhode Island. She obtained her B.S. in physical education from Rhode Island College, M.S. in sport pedagogy from Ithaca College, and Ed.D. in Physical Education Teacher Education from the University of Massachusetts-Amherst. Her teaching responsibilities include: Secondary Physical Education Content, Inquiry into Professional Practice, Development and Analysis of Game Performance, Introduction to Physical Education, Fitness, and Sport, Analysis of Motor Skills, Curriculum Development and Forms of Inquiry, a doctoral course. Her scholarship explores the critical examination of girls' lived experiences and embodied identities within physical education and physical activity through student voice; assessment and curriculum development.