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Effective Instruction and Curricular Models: What Do We Know About Student Learning Outcomes in Physical Education?

Pamela Hodges-Kulinna, Zach Wahl-Alexander, Kahyun Nam, and Christopher Kinder

for physical education for the models of Peer Teaching and particularly for various Social Justice/Sociocritical models (e.g., Sport for Peace, the Body Curriculum). Ongoing research on the outcomes from all the curricular models is needed along with replication studies to show similar outcomes across

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Social Justice and Physical Education in the United States: The Need for New Maps

Dillon Landi and Sue Sutherland

) used “Sport for Peace” to actively engage young girls and teach about respect in PE. By adapting the sport education model, they worked with teachers to develop a unit collaborating with students to reconstruct curricular decisions and empower them (particularly girls) to come to a respectful solution

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Transformative Social and Emotional Learning in Physical Education

Michael A. Hemphill and Paul M. Wright

contexts. • Youth Leader Corps ( Martinek & Schilling, 2003 ) • Restorative Practices ( Hemphill, Janke, et al., 2021 ) • Sport for Peace ( Ennis, 1999 ) Transformative SEL  Critically analyzes sociopolitical forces and takes action to fight injustice. • Cocreate community norms and promote civic