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Hasan Mavi

Associate Professor

Areas of Expertise

  • Pedagogy
  • Sports

Education

Ph.D. in Physical Education and Sport, Liberal Arts, Purdue University, West Lafayette, IN, 1997- 2003. Concentration: Sport Pedagogy Dissertation: The relationship among dispositional, contextual variables, and intrinsic motivation in high school team sports. Advisor: Dr. Thomas J. Templin M.S. in Physical Education and Sport, College of Nursing, Health & Human Services, Indiana State University, Terre Haute, IN, 1995-1997. Concentration: Coaching Advisor: Jolynn S. Kuhlman English as a Foreign Language Preparation, UCLA Extension, Los Angeles, CA, 03/1995-08/1995. B.S. in Physical Education and Sport, College of Education, Middle East Technical University, Ankara, TURKEY, 1989-1992. English Preparation School, Middle East Technical University, Ankara, TURKEY, 1988.

Research Interests

Teacher effectiveness, sport pedagogy, physical education teacher education.



Contact Information

Phone: 217-581-7590
Email: hfmavi@eiu.edu


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