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Shannon C. Mulhearn, Pamela Hodges Kulinna, and Collin Webster

The Comprehensive School Physical Activity Program (CSPAP) is a whole-school model for increasing opportunities throughout the school day for access to physical activity (PA). Opportunities for PA during the school day are an important part of the field of kinesiology and critical to individuals’ developing patterns of lifetime PA. Guided by Guskey’s theory of teacher change, this scoping literature review summarizes findings from 29 studies that collected data concerning the perceptions of stakeholders in a CSPAP. Teachers’ lifelong learning process is the focus, including K-12 classroom and physical education teachers and students, as well as current preservice classroom and physical education teacher education students and education faculty at teacher-preparation institutions. Positive perceptions of CSPAP programs were reported by all stakeholder groups. Although studies often include barriers to implementation, the stakeholders generally shared strategies to overcoming these and focused on benefits to the school setting that the researchers explained in their discussions.

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

Century conditions. Third, we believe that the field needs to embrace the Whole School, Whole Community, and Whole Child model ( Centers for Disease Control, 2021 ), not because it is the only way to proceed, but because it represents a potentiality of how students might be best served in their school and

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Maureen R. Weiss, Lindsay E. Kipp, Alison Phillips Reichter, Sarah M. Espinoza, and Nicole D. Bolter

Community, Whole Child Model ( 3 ) that advocates educators, communities, families, and policy makers work together to ensure children are healthy, safe, engaged, supported, and challenged. This approach is also consistent with the goals of the National Physical Activity Plan ( 29 ), which focuses on

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

-based model to a salutogenic model of health, and (d) including stronger connections with the community in which schools exist using the Whole School Whole Community and Whole Child model ( Association for Supervision and Curriculum Development, n.d. ). We will not repeat the case here, but we acknowledge

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Ja Youn Kwon, Pamela H. Kulinna, Hans van der Mars, Audrey Amrein-Beardsley, and Mirka Koro-Ljungberg

School, Whole Community, and Whole Child model (e.g.,  Goc-Karp, Scruggs, Brown, & Kelder, 2014 ). CSPAP and PETE Programs In light of the increased attention to the important role of physical education in the public health field ( Sallis et al., 2012 ) and the national and international recommendations

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Thomas L. McKenzie

emphasis on integrating health and education, especially in the Association for Supervision and Curriculum Development and CDC’s Whole School, Whole Community, Whole Child model (WSCC; Association for Supervision and Curriculum Development & CDC, 2014 ). Specific to physical activity, aspects of the

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Darla M. Castelli and Latrice Sales Mitchell

.1080/13573322.2014.975113 Lewallen , T.C. , Hunt , H. , Potts‐Datema , W. , Zaza , S. , & Giles , W. ( 2015 ). The whole school, whole community, whole child model: A new approach for improving educational attainment and healthy development for students . Journal of School Health, 85 ( 11 ), 729 – 739 . doi:10

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Hal A. Lawson, Emily Jones, Zac Beddoes, Steven Estes, Stephanie A. Morris, Murray F. Mitchell, Hans van der Mars, and Phillip Ward

Community, Whole Child model (see Chapter 4) provides a second example of a target for a collective action formation. The model emphasizes 10 interactive priorities, the achievement of which requires school, family, and community alignment. Furthermore, the model promotes collaboration among school

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

education). • Priorities for young people’s health, mental health, and well-being, particularly the most vulnerable ones, encourage a shift to a whole school, whole community, and whole child model ( Association for Supervision and Curriculum Development, n.d. ) with blurry boundaries between schools