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Andrew P. Driska

knowledge. Despite expansive research on online education, the majority of this research addresses primary, secondary, post-secondary, and professional education (e.g., medicine, corporate training); very limited scholarship guides the implementation of online education programs for sport coaches

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Margaret T. Harris and Mike Metzler

Online Education Online education is one of the fastest growing trends in K-12 education today, evidenced by its expansion across the United States as well as the growth of literature and research in this area ( Gemin, Pape, Vashaw, & Watson, 2015 ; Means, Toyama, Murphy, & Bakia, 2013 ). The

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Murray F. Mitchell, Hal A. Lawson, Hans van der Mars, and Phillip Ward

, including the strengths, weaknesses, and consequences of online education. Other questions follow, such as, what are implications for our field to be living in a digital age in terms of what moving across the lifespan means, the managing of continuous and enormous amounts of new information on a topic, and

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Phillip Ward, Hans van der Mars, Murray F. Mitchell, and Hal A. Lawson

stretched as the pandemic rages, concerns about outsourcing and online education in the future are justifiable. Diverse Learning Agent Roles In this “ideal” vision of the future, Prince ( 2014 ) described “how a diverse set of learning agent roles [students] and activities might support rich, relevant, and

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Collin A. Webster, Emily D’Agostino, Mark Urtel, Jaimie McMullen, Brian Culp, Cate A. Egan Loiacono, and Chad Killian

necessity for a more equity-based approach to constructing online education for learners with disabilities. Literature has yet to fully conceptualize this, choosing instead to highlight interventions that consider the notion of universal design as a “retrofit” to existing courses ( McManus, Dryer, & Henning

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Julia Sargent and Antonio Calderón

This article was written at a time when online education and using different technologies to access educational materials from our homes came to the fore due to the COVID-19 pandemic. From this context, many are not only aware that technology offers education a number of opportunities, in terms of

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Kelly L. Simonton, Todd E. Layne, Boone Brown, and Keith Loupe

socially distance and wear medical masks. Students could opt to receive all online education if their parents felt it was necessary or required for medical reasons. At the middle and high school levels, most schools began in a 100% online learning format for the first month or a hybrid version in which 2

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Laurel Whalen, Jeanne Barcelona, Erin Centeio, and Nathan McCaughtry

a virtual learning format; however, this effort was fraught with challenges for teachers who largely lacked the resources, at-home technology, and pedagogical training necessary for such an undertaking. Previous research of planned, gradual shifts to online education illustrates the challenges and

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Amanda Young, Seán Healy, Lisa Silliman-French, and Ali Brian

that is a promising avenue for future research. Finally, the rapid uptake of online education, accelerated in 2020 due to the COVID-19 pandemic, presents an opportunity for the development of web-based, parent-meditated motor skill interventions and programs. This modality of intervention delivery will

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Carla Meijen, Alister McCormick, Paul A. Anstiss, and Samuele M. Marcora

.T. ( 2002 ). Experimental and quasi-experimental designs for generalized causal inference . Houghton Mifflin . Thrower , S.N. , Harwood , C.G. , & Spray , C.M. ( 2019 ). Educating and supporting tennis parents using web-based delivery methods: A novel online education program . Journal of Applied