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Adams, William M.; Belval, Luke N.; Berg, Adam P.; Hosokawa, Yuri; Stearns, Rebecca L.; Casa, Douglas J. – Quest, 2020
Exertional heat stroke (EHS) is a medical emergency whose likelihood in sport settings is often contingent on environmental factors, team policies, coaching strategies, and broader cultural expectations. Moreover, when it occurs, it requires immediate recognition, proper management, and care to optimize chances of survival or recovery without…
Descriptors: Heat, Exercise Physiology, Athletics, Best Practices
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Cervantes, Carlos M.; Clark, Langston – Quest, 2020
The increased pluralism in today's United States society, including our public school student population, has called for physical education teacher education (PETE) programs to train teachers who can respond to the educational needs of students from diverse backgrounds. However, concerns have been raised with educator preparation programs' ability…
Descriptors: Physical Education Teachers, Teacher Education Programs, Social Justice, Teacher Competencies
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Lawson, Hal A. – Quest, 2020
Employing the ideal type of "The Physical Education System," in this analysis I explore the import of systems frameworks for new institutional designs which hold promise for better outcomes. The inherited idea of a system is restricted to the relationship between teacher education and school programs. It draws on the developmental…
Descriptors: Physical Education, Social Influences, Design, Kinetics
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Bennett, Gregg; Keiper, Paul; Dixon, Marlene – Quest, 2020
There has been growing discontent between American school-based sports programs and those offered by youth sports clubs. Both institutions offer numerous benefits while likewise facing systematic challenges. However, there is a paucity of research focused on the pronounced conflict between school- and club-based sports programs in the United…
Descriptors: Conflict, Athletics, Clubs, Athletes
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Waldron, Shelby; DeFreese, J. D.; Register-Mihalik, Johna; Pietrosimone, Brian; Barczak, Nikki – Quest, 2020
There is a growing trend toward specialization in American youth sport, evident in the number of elite youth competitions and position statements from major medical organizations. Despite growing interest on this topic for kinesiology professionals within higher education, there is a dearth in research regarding the relationship between…
Descriptors: Athletics, Specialization, Higher Education, Performance
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Wilson, Wesley J.; Haegele, Justin Anthony; Kelly, Luke E. – Quest, 2020
Since 1975, the implementation of the Least Restrictive Environment, a federal mandate of Public Law 94-142, has been historically challenging for physical educators and adapted physical educators. Confusion and misinterpretation of the law's intent, as well as competing ideologies, have perpetuated failed Least Restrictive Environment (LRE)…
Descriptors: Mainstreaming, Physical Education, Higher Education, Legal Responsibility
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Corbin, Charles B.; Kulinna, Pamela H.; Yu, Hyeonho – Quest, 2020
Over the last 40 years, the Conceptual Physical Education (CPE) movement has played an important role in the evolution of secondary school physical education (PE). In this article, we trace the history of CPE as well as fitness education (FE) programs that share common objectives with CPE. CPE at the college/university level is almost universal…
Descriptors: Physical Education, Physical Activities, Educational Innovation, Secondary School Students
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Schinke, Robert J.; Middleton, Thierry; Petersen, Brennan; Kao, Sanfu; Lefebvre, Deborah; Habra, Bahaa – Quest, 2019
There are varied approaches that have been used in sport for development (SFD) projects. This article is focused on the move by sport and exercise psychology researchers toward community-based SFD projects where marginalized groups are centralized. The authors have chosen two of their projects to exemplify different approaches to SFD. An initial…
Descriptors: Social Justice, Foreign Countries, Exercise, Sport Psychology
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Mierzwinski, Mark; Cock, Steven; Velija, Philippa – Quest, 2019
Bullying is increasingly considered to be an important moral, political, and social issue within modern society. Academic research on this issue has mostly been examined through a psychological lens, often using questionnaire data to examine and explain the prevalence of different types of bullying. In this position statement, we apply a…
Descriptors: Bullying, Social Justice, Incidence, Educational Environment
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Garratt, Dean; Kumar, Simon – Quest, 2019
This article examines the complex but seldom articulated relationship of primary physical education, citizenship, and social justice. We argue that to conflate physical "activity" and sport with physical "education" in unacknowledged ways may serve to perpetuate the status quo. More significantly, the current emphasis on…
Descriptors: Physical Education, Citizenship, Social Justice, Physical Activities
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Bredemeier, Brenda Light; Shields, David Light – Quest, 2019
In this article, we suggest that character education in sport contexts can promote social justice. After defining key terms, we suggest that rethinking competition and the nature of team relationships is required to build a team culture responsive to concerns for social justice. The character of the team provides a nexus within which to develop…
Descriptors: Social Justice, Values Education, Team Sports, Competition
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Wyant, James D.; Killick, Lara; Bowen, Kristi – Quest, 2019
The increasing diversity of the K-12 student population presents challenges and opportunities for growth in the physical education profession. To address the cultural gap in today's classroom, many people highlight the need to improve the intercultural competence of teachers. The focus of this article is to summarize the shifting demographics of…
Descriptors: Elementary Secondary Education, Physical Education Teachers, Teacher Education Programs, Cultural Awareness
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Simonton, Kelly L.; Garn, Alex – Quest, 2019
Emotions experienced in educational settings link to students' motivation, engagement, learning, and achievement. Despite meaningful interconnections between emotions, motivation, and desired outcomes, a dearth of research on student emotions in physical education (PE) currently exists. The Control-Value Theory of Achievement Emotions (CVTAE)…
Descriptors: Academic Achievement, Emotional Response, Psychological Patterns, Physical Education
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Raabe, Johannes; Bejar, Matthew P.; Bass, Andrew D.; Lauer, E. Earlynn; Erdner, Sara M.; Zakrajsek, Rebecca A. – Quest, 2019
Many students experience difficulties during their graduate education. Scholars have proposed mentoring as one potential strategy to support them. While often assumed to be the sole responsibility of faculty, graduate students are also in a position to provide meaningful mentorship to their peers. Thus, the purpose of the current article is to…
Descriptors: Peer Teaching, Mentors, Sport Psychology, Personal Autonomy
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Russell, Jared – Quest, 2019
Inclusive Excellence (IE) serves as the central topic of the 28th annual Delphine Hanna Commemorative Lecture. Moreover, the professional accomplishments of Delphine Hanna, a kinesiology trailblazer, are explored. I present the concept of Inclusive Excellence and articulate its applicability to academic leadership in the field of kinesiology.…
Descriptors: Inclusion, Leadership, Diversity (Institutional), Strategic Planning
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