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June LeDrew


Office: CK 164.19
Phone: 306-585-4842
Fax: 306-585-4854

Research interests
June LeDrew is a Professor in the Faculty of Kinesiology and Health Studies. She teaches and researches in the areas of children’s health and physical literacy and a variety of other health-related topics.

Recent Publications

LeDrew, J. & Cruickshank, D. (2013). ‘Starting the Ball Rolling – Literally’: Talking about Children’s Couch Potatoitis with Family. ‘The Thankgiving Opener’.  Child & Family Professional Journal, 16(1): 9-19.

Schmidt, D., & LeDrew, J. (2013). Sexual health education in Saskatchewan high schools: A survey of first year university students. The International Journal of Health, Wellness & Society, 3(2): 93-101.

Genoe, R., Liechty, T., & LeDrew, J. (2011). “When it’s my time, I tend to just sit.’ Challenges and opportunities for healthy, active living among mature women. The International Journal of Health, Wellness & Society. 1(3): 55-70. (pdf provided)

Dahlstrom, L., Miller, S., & LeDrew, J. (2011). Influential factors in university collective bargaining leadership: One woman’s lived experience as chief negotiator. Journal of the World Universities Forum, 4(3), 93-106. (pdf provided)

Zimmer, J., Dorsch, K., Hoeber, L., & LeDrew, J. (2011). Health literacy: A multi-disciplinary approach to physical activity promotion in elementary schools. Physical & Health Education Journal, 76(4): 22-27.

Cummings-Vickaryous, B., & LeDrew, J. (2011). Pre-service teachers leading active healthy lifestyles for impressionable children: “Do as I say and not as I do.” Physical & Health Education Journal, 77(1): 6-12. (pdf provided)

Miller, S., & LeDrew, J. (2010). Increasing physical activity through near-peer role modeling and mentoring: The Play Pals case study. The International Journal of Learning, 17(7): 467-478.  (pdf provided)

LeDrew, J. & Cummings-Vickaryous, B. (2010). The challenges of blending a face-to-face laboratory experience with a televised distance education course. Canadian Journal of University Continuing Education. 36(1): 1-8. Retrieved on-line

Cummings-Vickaryous, B., Mills, C., Hoeber, L., & LeDrew, J.** (2010). Graduate student and instructor engagement in course-based qualitative research: A case study. International Journal for the Scholarship of Teaching & Learning. 4(2): 1-15. (** equal authorship)

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