National Presentations:

State & Regional Presentations:  

  • Brock, S. J., & Auburn University Undergraduate Physical Education Majors. (January, 2008). Innovative games and activities for large groups. Share the Wealth Conference, Jekyll Island, GA.

  • Brock, S. J., Pucci, G., Leroux, D., & Thornburg, R. (November, 2007). Move it, use it, love it: Dynamic and inclusive games to exercise your heart and mind. New York State Association for Health, Physical Education, Recreation and Dance State Conference, Verona, NY.

  • Brock, S. J., Sinelnikov, O., & Auburn University Undergraduate Physical Education Majors. (January, 2007). Games for large groups: Dynamic and developmentally appropriate. Share the Wealth Conference, Jekyll Island, GA.

  • Brock, S. J., Pucci, G., Leroux, D., Fittipaldi-Wert, J., & Thornburg, R. (November, 2006). Motivation is the key: Innovative activities for physical education. New York State Association for Health, Physical Education, Recreation and Dance State Conference, Rye Brook, NY.

  • Fittipaldi-Wert, J., Brock, S. J., & Auburn University Undergraduate Physical Education Majors. (November, 2006). Everyone can play: Successful inclusion tips. Alabama State Association for Physical Education, Recreation and Dance State Conference, Birmingham, AL.

  • Brock, S. J., Fittipaldi-Wert, J., & Auburn University Undergraduate Physical Education Majors. (November, 2005). Come out for an adventure. Alabama State Association for Physical Education, Recreation and Dance State Conference, Birmingham, AL.

  • Fittipaldi-Wert, J., Brock, S. J., & Auburn University Undergraduate Physical Education Majors. (November, 2005). I can play too: Disability awareness and physical education modifications. Alabama State Association for Physical Education, Recreation and Dance State Conference, Birmingham, AL.

  • Brock, S. J., Pucci, G., Fittipaldi-Wert, J. (November, 2005). Creativity is the key II: Innovative activities for all ages. New York State Association for Health, Physical Education, Recreation and Dance State Conference, Rochester, NY.

  • Brock, S. J., Wert, J., Stepp, B., Thornburg, R., Arnold, B., & Roussea, C. (January, 2005). Fun fitness activities for everyone. Share the Wealth Conference, Jekyll Island, GA.

  • Brock, S. J., & Pucci, G. (November, 2004). Creativity is the key:Innovative activities for all ages.New York State Association for Health, Physical Education, Recreation and Dance State Conference, Buffalo, NY. 

  • Brock, S. J., Stepp, B., Riedel, S., Sell, M., Martin, R., Carter, K. Tate, M., & Vance, K. (January, 2004). Cooperation, competition, and communication for captivating PE. Share the Wealth Conference, Jekyll Island, GA.

  • Brock, S., & Pucci, G. (November, 2003). Let's get critical: Exploring the cognitive domain in physical education. New York State Association for Health, Physical Education, Recreation and Dance State Conference, Buffalo, NY.

  • Brock, S., Pucci, G., Walsh, M., & Corriere, K. (November, 2002). Sport education in your physical education program. New York State Association for Health, Physical Education, Recreation and Dance State Conference, Villa Roma, NY.
  • Brock, S., Pucci, G., Sproull, T., Wolf, H., & Murray, S. (November, 2001). Games: Not just for fun. New York State Association for Health, Physical Education, Recreation and Dance State Conference, Rochester, NY.
  • Lieberman, L., Houston-Wilson, C., Brock, S., Knolls, L., & Aldrich, K. (November, 2000). Implementing peer tutor training. New York State Association for Health, Physical Education, Recreation and Dance State Conference, Kerhonkson, NY.
  • Brock, S. J. (March, 2000). The effects of systematic observation on a student teacher’s performance. University of Alabama Graduate Student Research Conference, Tuscaloosa, AL.
  • McCaughtry, N., & Brock, S. J. (April, 1999). Movement based challenge  courses:  Alternatives for the affective domain. ASAHPERD State Spring Conference, Gulf Shores, AL.
  • Brock, S. J. (March, 1999). Fifth grade student’s perception of cooperation and working in groups in physical education. University of Alabama Graduate Student Research Conference, Tuscaloosa, AL.
  • Curtner-Smith, M. D., Brock, S. J., & Lacon, S. A. (February, 1999). Influence of  the National Curriculum Physical Education on inner-city teachers’ behaviors associated with pupils’ psychosocial development. Southern District AAHPERD Convention, Greensboro, NC.
  • Grants:

  • Discretionary Research Grant (2008) for Interactive Gaming study. ($1330 - funded).

  • Undergraduate Research Fellowship Program (2006) – Research project with camp counselors and students with vision impairments at Camp Abilities in Tucson, AZ. ($1800 – funded). 

  • Auburn University Competitive Research Grant (2006) to conduct research with camp counselors and students with vision impairments at Camp Abilities in Tucson, AZ. ($3000 – funded). 

  • Daniel F. Breeden Endowment for Faculty Enhancement (2006) for Auburn Undergraduate Physical Education majors to volunteer as counselors to students with vision impairments at Camp Abilities in Tucson, AZ ($2000 – funded).

  •  College of Education Research Support (2006) – Research project with camp counselors and students with vision impairments at Camp Abilities in Tucson, AZ. ($1000 – funded).

  • Discretionary Research Grant (2005) for Auburn University Undergraduate Physical Education majors to present at the Alabama State Association for Physical Education, Recreation and Dance State Conference in Birmingham, AL. ($735 – funded).  

  • Daniel F. Breeden Endowment for Faculty Enhancement (2003) – Physical Best/FITNESSGRAM software resources for the enhancement of teacher preparation ($159 - funded)




    For additional information brocksj@auburn.edu