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Teacher Education and Kinesiology

Mr. Troy Roness


Office: Swain 108F
Phone: 701-858-3288

B.S.E. Physical Education - Minot State University
M.Ed. (C/S) Education, Cognitive Science - Minot State University

Mr. Troy Roness teaches in the Department of Teacher Education and Kinesiology, specifically in health and physical education. He teaches educational psychology, methods of teaching sports activities, psychology of physical education and athletics, elementary methods and activities, psychomotor development, concepts of fitness and wellness, and advises students in their health and athletic coaching practicums. His interests include educating students about the cognitive and social implications regarding learning, in addition to physical and psychomotor development.

Educational Service
Mr. Roness is involved with many national mental and physical health organizations, promoting the many benefits of physical activity on the brain and advocating for students' mental health. He presents regularly at colleges and universities across the country, and conducts school presentations on physical activity and mental health. He finished his first master's program in Education and Cognitive Science in 2012, is currently finishing his second master's degree in Counseling and Student Affairs, and recently published his first book, "Unbroken: Journaled Reflections of Recovery".