Buryl Bernard

Instructor
Health, Outdoor, Physical Education (HOPE)

Office: ED 375
E-mail: Buryl.Bernard@uregina.ca
Phone: 306-585-4526
Fax: 306-585-4880

Academic Qualifications

MEd University of Saskatchewan, College of Education, Department of Curriculum Studies, Physical Education Pedagogy, 1999
Thesis Title: "The school physical education program: Developing FirstNation educational resiliency."

BEd University of Alberta, College of Education, Secondary Physical Education, 1994

Related Teaching and Teacher Education Experience

2003 - Present: Instructor, Faculty of Education, University of Regina; Regina, Saskatchewan, Health, Outdoor & Physical Education (HOPE)

2003: Lecturer, College of Education, University of Saskatchewan; Saskatoon, Saskatchewan

2002: Lecturer, College of Kinesiology, University of Saskatchewan; Saskatoon, Saskatchewan

2001 - 2002: Assistant Professor with Term, College of Education, Department of Curriculum Studies, University of Saskatchewan; Saskatoon, Saskatchewan

2001: Lecturer, College of Education, Department of Curriculum Studies, Summer Session, University of Saskatchewan; Saskatoon, Saskatchewan

2001: Lecturer with Term, College of Kinesiology, University of Saskatchewan; Saskatoon, Saskatchewan

2000: Lecturer, College of Education, Department of Curriculum Studies, University of Saskatchewan; Saskatoon, Saskatchewan

1998: Lecturer, College of Education, Department of Curriculum Studies, University of Saskatchewan; Saskatoon, Saskatchewan

October 1997- December 2002: Parental Care Supervisor, Saskatoon Adolescent Treatment Home, Department of Social Services

1998 - 1999: Physical Education Teacher,Thunderchild Community School, Turtleford, Saskatchewan

1995 - 1997: Physical Education Teacher,Thunderchild Community School, Turtleford, Saskatchewan

1994 - 1995: Physical Education Teacher, Chief T'Selihye School, Fort Good Hope, North West Territories

1987 - 1990: Naval Electronic Sensor Operator, Department of National Defense, Victoria, British Columbia

Courses taught in the past

Undergraduate Courses:

EHE 215 (020) Elementary School Health Education: Methods, Content, and Materials
EPE 100 (010) Introduction to Teaching Physical Education
EPE 215 (020) Physical Education in the Elementary School
EOE 338 (010) Utilization of the Winter Environment for Outdoor Education
EPE 350 (010) Theories of Instruction in Secondary School Physical Education
EHE 350 (010) School Health Education
EdCur  352.3 (SUNTEP) Intersession, Prince Albert, Saskatchewan, Physical Education in Elementary Schools
Kin      145.3 (ITEP) Foundational Basis for School Physical Education Programs
EdCur  352.3 (ITEP) Physical Education in Elementary Schools
EdCur  352.3 (02) Physical Education in Elementary Schools
EdCur  352.3 (04) Physical Education in Elementary Schools
EdCur  352.3 (06) Physical Education in Elementary Schools
EdCur  356.3 (02) Physical Education in Middle Years