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Tyler John Hajek Sport Management, Department of Business and Sport Management, Crown College, Saint Bonifacius, MN, USA

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Yoon Tae Sung Sport Administration, School of Sport and Exercise Science, University of Northern Colorado, Greeley, CO, USA

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Guest speakers can reinforce relevance to course content in the classroom. However, integrating guest speakers in online, asynchronous settings may be challenging. To address this issue, sport management educators may utilize this activity with question submissions, guest speaker video interviews, and a cumulative review with consideration of the constructivist paradigm. As elements of constructivism are becoming prominent in higher education, students can construct their own learning and meaning from the insights of the facilitated guest speaker interviews.

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