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Wei Sun, Xiujie Ma, Lin Wang, Cui Zhang, Qipeng Song, Houxin Gu, and Dewei Mao

3 weeks, the participants were individually instructed about the 24-form TCC exercise by a qualified TCC master. Each session included a 10-min warm-up, a 20-min training on new movement forms, a 20-min review of learned movements, and a 10-min cooldown. The participants then practiced under the

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Patricia Vertinsky

astute in utilizing physical education institutions such as Springfield College and its affiliation with the YMCA to train male athletes in creative movement forms while attempting to conceal his own homosexuality and dispel homophobic attitudes of the time surrounding men who danced. Ensconced at the

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Jane E. Clark and Jill Whitall

that the emergence of new movement forms could be understood by applying principles from these disciplines, namely, dynamic principles of real-time behavior to motor behavior and its development. While this paper was recognized at the time as being influential, it was a challenge to understand and

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Bradford C. Bennett

easily seen when one works near a transition point where the form of the movement changes. Fortunately, even if there is no change in movement form, there should be changes in the movement patterns. (Here a change form would be switching from stepping over an object to walking around it, while a change

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Murray F. Mitchell, Sue Sutherland, and Jennifer Walton-Fisette

the PETE curriculum should emphasize PST proficiency in various movement forms and deciding what should be omitted is a powerful indicator of values. Is there space in the curriculum for all to become capable individual/dual performers who can actually model skills; or team-sport performers, dancers

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Scott Kretchmar

. Over the years, I have learned much from Huizinga and have also criticized elements of his analysis ( Kretchmar, 2019 ). However, a set of smaller questions has always lurked in the background. Why is it that some individuals never encounter games, sport, and other movement forms as genuine play? In

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Mey A. van Munster, Laureen J. Lieberman, and Michelle A. Grenier

adaptations and neglecting to offer accommodations that are indispensable to SWDs’ achievement. Unfortunately, research has shown that most SWDs may not benefit from the “normalized practices” that are prevalent in PE ( Fitzgerald, 2005 ). A normalized approach involves “changing the student’s movement forms

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Karl M. Newell

, 2020 ). Table 1 A Categorization of Human Movement Skills Embedded in Development and Context Dance, Exercise, Music, Play, Sport, and Work Novel Body Configurations and Movement Forms (Exercise/Movement Regimens) Activities of Daily Living and Self-Help Motor Skills Posture, Locomotion, Manipulation

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Phillip Ward, Yaohui He, Xiaozan Wang, and Weidong Li

as such we know very little empirically about how teachers acquire SCK. If the SCK acquisition hypothesis is correct, we would expect little SCK to be developed from school-based physical education and extracurricular engagement in sports and other movement forms ( Ward, 2009 ). There are few studies

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Siu-Ming Choi, Raymond Kim-Wai Sum, Tristan Wallhead, Amy Sau-Ching Ha, Cindy Hui-Ping Sit, Deng-Yau Shy, and Feng-Min Wei

development includes not only the acquisition of motor ability and movement competency, but also the realization of movement confidence ( Moreno, 2013 ). Having acquired proficiency in numerous movement forms, preservice PE teachers can better use their experiences within PE teacher education as a platform to