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The EdD in Kinesiology at UNCG: An Online Doctoral Program?

Diane L. Gill, Pam Kocher Brown, and Erin J. Reifsteck

The online EdD in kinesiology at UNCG evolved from the face-to-face EdD, which was designed as an interdisciplinary doctoral degree tailored to working professionals in kinesiology. The new online EdD, which is the only online doctoral program in kinesiology, retains that broad, interdisciplinary curriculum and focuses on developing practicing scholars in kinesiology teaching, leadership, and advocacy. The fully-online EdD program faces many challenges, including technology issues, faculty buy-in, retention, and dissertation completion. To meet those challenges, the EdD curriculum is structured in a four-year cohort model, emphasizing collaboration and connections from the initial campus orientation session through the dissertation defense.

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The Dissemination and Implementation of Recess Guidelines, Policies, and Practices During the COVID-19 Pandemic

Edward B. Olsen, Emi Tsuda, James D. Wyant, Ranaysia Burrell, Jessica Mukherjee, Ara McKay, Joseph Herrera, and David Labrador

implementing recess during the pandemic. The primary factors for success were the cohort model and thoughtful planning, management, and communication. Nia stated: The K–5 teachers liked the way recess was delivered [cohorts] and felt it was beneficial. It was that socialization the kids needed so they wanted

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Chapter 7: Retention in PETE: Survey Results and Discussion

K. Andrew R. Richards and Kim C. Graber

156 5.30 .88 156 .69 Develop a sense of student camaraderie 158 5.15 .90 156 5.29 .93 156 .57 Use a cohort model 157 4.46 1.38 156 4.11 1.86 155 .62 Provide access to academic advising 157 4.93 1.03 156 5.49 .95 155 .38 Utilize service learning 156 4.47 1.09 156 4.79 1.27 154 .56 Develop a major

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Environment-Stratified Age-Period-Cohort Effects on the Prevalence of Walking Among Older Adults

Dong Ha Kim, Heewon Kang, and Seunghyun Yoo

-of-fit statistics for alternative APC models of walking trends among older adults by regional units. A positive change in the deviance (Δ deviance) compared with the adjacent row above indicates a significant improvement of model fit. For example, the age-cohort model is superior to the age-drift model as there

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An Analysis of Physical Education and Health Education Teacher Education Programs in the United States

Phillip Ward, Won Seok Chey, Insook Kim, Emi Tsuda, Bomna Ko, Dena Deglau, and Kyuil Cho

quarters?  4. What is the name of your degree (may be on program of study)  5. What is the total number of PETE students across all years?  6. Does your program utilize the cohort model?  7. What licensure levels do you have? (P-12 6-12, etc.)  8. What are the requirements to be accepted in your program (e

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Maturity-Associated Differences in Match Running Performance in Elite Male Youth Soccer Players

James Parr, Keith Winwood, Emma Hodson-Tole, Frederik J.A. Deconinck, James P. Hill, and Sean P. Cumming

the indices of match-running metrics in the U14s and U15/16s cohorts, model 3 provided the best fit. That is, model 4, which allowed the slopes to vary randomly for position and spine/lateral, did not result in improvements in model fit. Discussion The purpose of the present study was to investigate

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Helping Preservice Teachers Learn to Negotiate Sociopolitical Relationships Through a Physical Education Teacher Education Outdoor Education Experience

Jenn M. Jacobs, K. Andrew R. Richards, Zach Wahl-Alexander, and James D. Ressler

approaches to teacher education. Cohort models, where students progress through teacher training as a group, have also become popular as a way to develop community within a program ( Beck & Kosnik, 2001 ), and can help PTs develop a shared belief structure, a greater sense of relatedness, and effective

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Chapter 3: Recruitment and Retention in PETE: Foundations in Occupational Socialization Theory

K. Andrew R. Richards and Thomas J. Templin

; Chester, Burton, Xenos, & Elgar, 2013 ). Specific to teacher education, retention mechanisms that have been found to be successful include the use of a cohort models, developing and maintaining high expectations for performance, and facilitating close interactions with faculty members ( Waddell, 2014