BAM! Body and Mind. Classroom Resources for Teachers

BAM! Credits

CDC is grateful to all of the individuals and groups who have contributed their time, expertise, and content to BAM!

  • Kristen Amundson, M.A., President, KJA Communications
  • Steven W. Edwards, Ph.D., Professor, School of Applied Health and Educational Psychology, University of Oklahoma
  • Heather Henderson, M.A., Graduate Research Assistant, Department of Educational Theory and Practice, West Virginia University
  • Lisa Holland, Ph.D., Assistant Professor—Department of Chemistry, West Virginia University
  • Sally Katt, M.A., President, Osprey Communications
  • Rebecca Kittle, M.A., Science Teacher, Taylor County Middle School
  • Susan L. Newell, C.C.S., Certified Fitness Consultant
  • Eric J. Pyle, Ph.D., Associate Professor—Department of Geology and Environmental Science, James Madison University
  • Amy Sindler, Graduate Research Assistant, School of Medicine, West Virginia University


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View Bibliography of Sources for BAM! [PDF – 365KB]