Dr. Jennifer Rasmussen brings over 20 years of experience as both a researcher and practitioner in the fields of Health and Physical Education. For over a decade, Jen has served as an Adjunct Professor in the Health and Behavior Studies department at Teachers College, Columbia University where she has taught graduate-level courses specializing in curriculum mapping and design, analysis of teaching, and pedagogical practices. Jennifer is a published author on topics such as time management, student practice and student competency in the area of physical education, and has been an invited speaker at both regional and national conferences as well as district-wide professional development seminars.
As a practitioner in the fields of Health and Physical Education, Jennifer has served as a teacher, and Grant Coordinator responsible for managing government-issued monies to improve health and physical education programs from the ground up. Jennifer has contributed to her field by supervising student teachers at Teachers College as well as other universities.
Dr. Rasmussen earned a Master’s Degree in Elementary Education from Southern Connecticut State University and a doctorate in Curriculum and Teaching from Teachers College, Columbia University.