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Nate McCaughtry

Nate McCaughtry is with the Dept. of Kinesiology, Health, and Sport Studies, Wayne State University, Detroit, Michigan.


  “Whatever is Comfortable:” Secondary Physical Educators’ Curricular Decision Making: Issues of Knowledge and Gendered Performativity, (Volume 34, Issue 2, April)
  Chapter 3: Teachers Mentoring Teachers: A View Over Time, (Volume 24, Issue 4, October)
  Development of Pedagogical Content Knowledge: Moving From Blaming Students to Predicting Skillfulness, Recognizing Motor Development, and Understanding Emotion, (Volume 22, Issue 4, July)
  Girly Girls Can Play Games / Las Niñas Pueden Jugar Tambien: Co-Creating a Curriculum of Possibilities With Fifth-Grade Girls, (Volume 28, Issue 1, January)
  Physical Activity Change Through Comprehensive School Physical Activity Programs in Urban Elementary Schools, (Volume 33, Issue 4, October)
  Predicting Physical Activity in Arab American School Children, (Volume 27, Issue 2, April)
  Secondary Physical Educators and Sport Content: A Love Affair, (Volume 32, Issue 4, October)
  Shifting and Narrowing Masculinity Hierarchies in Physical Education: Status Matters, (Volume 33, Issue 3, July)
  Social and Emotional Pedagogy: Rhythm and Junctures, (Volume 30, Issue 1, January)
  Social Goals in Urban Physical Education: Relationships with Effort and Disruptive Behavior, (Volume 30, Issue 4, October)
  Successful After-School Physical Activity Clubs in Urban High Schools: Perspectives of Adult Leaders and Student Participants, (Volume 33, Issue 1, January)
  Teachers’ Preferences on the Qualities and Roles of a Mentor Teacher, (Volume 27, Issue 2, April)
  The Emotional Dimensions of a Teacher’s Pedagogical Content Knowledge: Influences on Content, Curriculum, and Pedagogy, (Volume 23, Issue 1, January)
  The Emotional Dimensions of Urban Teacher Change, (Volume 25, Issue 1, January)
  The Influence of Professional Development on Teachers’ Psychosocial Perceptions of Teaching a Health-Related Physical Education Curriculum, (Volume 27, Issue 3, July)
  The Influences of Pre-Professional Socialization on Early Career Physical Educators, (Volume 33, Issue 1, January)
  The Theory of Planned Behavior: Predicting Physical Activity and Cardiorespiratory Fitness in African American Children, (Volume 27, Issue 4, December)
  The Theory of Planned Behavior: Predicting Physical Activity in Mexican American Children, (Volume 29, Issue 2, April)
  Urban High-School Girls’ Sense of Relatedness and Their Engagement in Physical Education, (Volume 31, Issue 3, July)