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The Relationship and Effect Among Physical Literacy Attributes in University Physical Education During the Pandemic Quarantine Period

Siu Ming Choi, Raymond Kim Wai Sum, Elean Fung Lin Leung, and Cindy Sit

. During the first semester of the 2020–2021 academic year, instruction was moved to online or hybrid teaching modes at the university level. Correspondingly, these school closures and/or instruction methods may have negatively affected students’ physical activity participation and physical literacy

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Teacher and Student’s Perspectives on Their Experiences Within Hybrid Sport Education-Cooperative Learning Pedagogical Model Units in Elementary Physical Education

Alexander Gil-Arias, Stephen Harvey, Óscar M. Morante, Fernando Claver, and Javier Fernández-Río

has implemented hybrid CL/tactical game model ( Casey & Dyson, 2009 ) and SE/teaching games for understanding ( Gil-Arias et al., 2021 ; Hastie & Curtner-Smith, 2006 ) learning units. In addition, these studies implemented a single hybrid teaching unit. To move hybrid pedagogical models understanding

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The Success and Struggles of Physical Education Teachers While Teaching Online During the COVID-19 Pandemic

Erin Centeio, Kevin Mercier, Alex Garn, Heather Erwin, Risto Marttinen, and John Foley

online and hybrid PE environments. As we move forward into a postpandemic world, it will be important to provide teachers support and PD that integrates effective practices in online and hybrid teaching with common best practices in PE. There are limitations present in this study that are important to

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Sportspersonship Under Review: An Examination of Fair Play Attitudes Through the Contextualized Sport Alphabetization Model in Primary Physical Education

Manuel Jacob Sierra-Díaz, Sixto González-Víllora, and Javier Fernandez-Rio

hybrid teaching model (SEM+ TGfU) and the model of personal and social responsibility on sportsmanship and enjoyment in 4 th Secondary and 1 st Baccalaureate students . Retos, 43 ( 1 ), 550 – 559 . http://doi.org/10.47197/retos.v43i0.85928 González-Víllora , S. , Fernández-Río , J. , Guijarro

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Teaching Physical Education Post-COVID-19: Curriculum, Instruction, and Assessment

Xiaoping Fan, Sheri M. Treadwell, Taemin Ha, and Catherine Cardina

well-being of young people, but also on their education. Due to the pandemic, educators worldwide had to switch to online and hybrid teaching formats for the 2020 school year and, in many cases, for the entire 2020–2021 school year. In physical education, this situation meant that students were either

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Relationships Between Students’ Emotional Experiences and Cognitive and Physical Achievement During a Middle School Hybrid Sport Education Tactical Model Season

Kelly L. Simonton, Tristan Wallhead, and Ben D. Kern

motivational climate, enjoyment, and perceived competence in physical education: Impact of a hybrid teaching games for understanding/sport education unit . European Physical Education Review, 26 ( 1 ), 36 – 53 . 10.1177/1356336X18816997 Hastie , P. , & Wallhead , T. ( 2016 ). Models-based practice in

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A Systematic Review Investigating the Effects of Implementing Game-Based Approaches in School-Based Physical Education Among Primary School Children

Jin Yan, Brad Jones, Jordan J. Smith, Philip Morgan, and Narelle Eather

Gil-Arias , A. , Harvey , S. , García-Herreros , F. , González-Víllora , S. , Práxedes , A. , & Moreno , A. ( 2021 ). Effect of a hybrid teaching games for understanding/sport education unit on elementary students’ self-determined motivation in physical education . European Physical

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Physical Education Teacher Experiences Through the Lens of a Pandemic: Putting a Spotlight on Teacher Beliefs, Practices, Emotional Fragility, and Well-Being

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

school levels experienced mainly online or hybrid teaching, with physical restrictions when in school, but mainly changes in offering online instruction. Elementary teachers were mostly able to pursue indoor and outdoor opportunities to teach spatial awareness and locomotor practices but were nervous