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Student Learning in Physical Education Through the Lens of a “Curriculum Specialist”

Senlin Chen and Alex Garn

student learning. Ennis dedicated her entire research career to advocate for educational and inclusive physical education in K–12 schools. Most of her curriculum research took place in public schools, often in impoverished, ethnically diverse inner-city communities. In Ennis’s eyes, vocal and skilled

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Introduction to the Special Issue: The Legacy of Catherine D. Ennis

Melinda A. Solmon and Stephen Silverman

epilogue and clearly is a part of her legacy! Note Memorial donations can be made to the Catherine D. Ennis Undergraduate Scholarship Fund (UNCG Advancement Services, PO Box 26170, Greensboro, NC 27402–6170). References Ennis , C.D. ( 1985 ). Purpose concepts in existing physical education curriculum

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Kinesiology and Physical Education: A Curriculum (Dis)Alignment Perspective

Ang Chen

Carolina at Greensboro led by Catherine Ennis and Ang Chen. Since its inception in 1989, the lab has conducted many large and small curriculum research projects. Most projects have been curriculum development research in which innovative curriculum ideas were generated, formalized in teacher manuals and

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The Transformation of Taiwanese Women’s Physical Education in Schools During the Japanese Colonial Period (1895–1945)

Hsiang-Pin Chin and Ping-Chao Lee

percentages in the Affiliated Girls’ School of the School of National Language and Education were 60.34%, 0%, and 39.66%, respectively. 46. “The Establishment of Taisouka Curriculum Research Committee,” Taiwan Sôtokufu Kôbun Ruisan Eikyû-hozom , December 1, 1914, 41. 47. “Taisouka Curriculum Research

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The Evolution of Research in Physical Education and Sport Pedagogy: Changes Throughout Generations

Pamela Hodges Kulinna, Timothy A. Brusseau, and Stephen Silverman

) teacher education, and (c) curriculum. Those who study teaching are interested in what teachers and students do in class that enhances learning. Teacher education researchers investigate how teachers are prepared and what are efficacious ways to prepare teachers for a variety of environments. Curriculum researchers

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Curriculum Intervention Research as a Source of Knowledge of Most Worth

Ang Chen, Bo Shen, and Xihe Zhu

development ( Ennis & Chen, 2014 ). Curriculum research is often conducted to evaluate an existing curriculum. Large-scale curriculum intervention research to develop and evaluate a transformative curriculum is very rare in physical education. Ennis’s seminal work established a benchmark through her

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Reconceptualizing Physical Education Curricula to Meet the Needs of All Students

Melinda A. Solmon

, J. , & McCauley , M.T. ( 1999 ). Creating a sense of family in urban schools using the “Sport for Peace” curriculum . Research Quarterly for Exercise and Sport, 70 , 273 – 285 . PubMed ID: 10522285 doi:10.1080/02701367.1999.10608046 10.1080/02701367.1999.10608046 Hellison , D. ( 1995

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Large-Scale Physical Education Interventions: Past, Present, and Future

Darla M. Castelli and Ang Chen

curriculum research. Her scholarship not only has demonstrated what can be accomplished in theory and practice but also has established influential foundations from which future curriculum intervention research can be launched. Curriculum interventions, as a means to generate new knowledge, can bring about

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Preschool-Based Physical Activity Interventions in African American and Latino Preschoolers: A Literature Review

Sofiya Alhassan, Christine W. St. Laurent, and Sarah Burkart

, by integrating the intervention components into the classroom curriculum, researchers could potentially enhance a study’s fidelity (i.e., adherence, compliance, and integrity) and intervention dosage (i.e., intervention quantity and strength; Durlak & DuPre, 2008 ). Of the eight studies that

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How Kinesiology Leaders Can Use the Constructs of Adaptive, Complexity, and Transformational Leadership to Anticipate and Prepare for Future Possibilities

Lara M. Duke, Jennifer P. Gorman, and Jennifer M. Browne

curriculum, research, and community outreach must include multiple perspectives. These perspectives must coalesce the concepts of critical thinking, empathy, adaptability, and communication. Ensuring that kinesiology learners are intellectually prepared for a rapidly changing future, while teaching skills of