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Julia Walsh and Fraser Carson

umbrella. Signature pedagogies are being discussed and explored in a number of disciplines and becoming commonplace in education of professions while explicit examples can be observed in teacher education ( Eaton, Wagner, Hirashiki, & Ciancio, 2018 ), teacher professional development ( Parker, Patton, & O

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Gabriella M. McLoughlin, Kim C. Graber, Amelia M. Woods, Tom Templin, Mike Metzler and Naiman A. Khan

such as yoga and circuit training (taught by other teachers), and every week teachers participate in a group physical activity during professional development. Finally, classroom physical activity breaks are regularly incorporated into the class schedule and include videos (i.e., online dance), teacher

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Ang Chen

researcher’s responsibility to provide public service to the profession and scientific community . Cathy was a role model of service for all physical education researchers. She served practicing teachers through providing numerous professional development workshops, participating in curriculum development

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Tan Leng Goh and Kristin Scrabis-Fletcher

Sophomore Male Grace Sophomore Female Michael Graduate Male Daniel Senior Male Nathan Sophomore Male Jane Junior Female Mr. Tony PE teacher Male Ms. Carol Classroom teacher Female Ms. Dawn Classroom teacher Female MI Professional Development and Program Implementation Prior to the MI program, the preservice

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Dean Dudley, John Cairney and Jackie Goodway

construct ( Cairney, Clark, Dudley, & Kriellaars, 2019 ); another article provides something of a “hitchhikers guide” to selecting appropriate measures of physical literacy ( Barnett et al., 2019 ); another article reports on the outcomes of a professional development program for primary school teachers in

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Michael A. Hemphill and Tom Martinek

important components, or “inactive ingredients,” such as curriculum, facilities, and professional development programs. This suggests that an exemplary curriculum is ineffective without developmental relationships to activate its promise. Similarly, the Search Institute’s Developmental Relationships

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Shirley Gray, Paul M. Wright, Richard Sievwright and Stuart Robertson

). What is “effective” CPD for contemporary physical education teachers? A Deweyan framework . Sport, Education and Society, 22 , 799 – 811 . doi:10.1080/13573322.2015.1083000 10.1080/13573322.2015.1083000 Armour , K. , & Yelling , M. ( 2004 ). Continuing professional development for experienced

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Franco M. Impellizzeri

common to see on the walls of training facilities pictures of infographics taken from internet. Other than being instruments for disseminating scientific information, social-media outlets are increasingly being used as learning platforms or for professional development (eg, “tweeting the meeting

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James J. Zhang

these critical concepts and their relationships, consequences, and hierarchies in multifarious governmental and professional environments may also be dissimilar. It is very pleasing to see that in an effort to promote, stimulate, and encourage research, scholarly exchange, and professional development

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Steven Loy

of students who attribute their 3 WINS Fitness experience with their job acquisition and career satisfaction continue to grow. These are our 3 WINS: student professional development, participant health, and community health. The fact that 3 WINS Fitness is FREE without external funding for