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Daniel Gould

Psychology position statement on sport specialization ( Côté, Lidor, & Hackfort, 2009 ), the Canada Physical Literacy Consensus statement ( Tremblay, Costas-Bradstreet et al., 2018 ), the International Olympic Committee consensus statement on harassment and abuse (nonaccidental violence) in sport ( Mountjoy

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Dean Barker, Gunn Nyberg and Hakan Larsson

approach, which assumes that exploration is a divergent process and that increased efficiency is not the principal concern of movement education. In a series of studies addressing physical literacy ( Almond, 2013a , 2013b ; Whitehead, 2013a , 2013b ), Almond ( 2013a ) further suggests that movement

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David I. Anderson

embrace the ubiquity of movement and see it as a strength of the field rather than something that dilutes our mission. Related to the practice of physical activity is how kinesiology understands key concepts like physical (motor) competence and physical literacy. These concepts have multiple meanings in

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Senlin Chen and Alex Garn

defined in the U.S. National Physical Education Standards ( Society of Health and Physical Education [SHAPE America], 2013 ). Grade-level outcomes with suggested scope and sequence for K–12 learners are an innovation of the recently revised national standards, which depicts a road map of physical literacy

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Pamela H. Kulinna, Charles B. Corbin and Hyeonho Yu

benchmarks for CPE (fitness education) programs 13 and standards for achieving physical literacy through physical education. 23 Central to meeting the standards and becoming physically literate is participation in lifelong physical activity. The federal government has also emphasized the importance of

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Javier Brazo-Sayavera, Cecilia del Campo, María José Rodríguez, Inacio Crochemore Mohnsam da Silva, Eugenio Merellano-Navarro and Pedro R. Olivares

, Community and Environment, Government Strategies and Investments). Each of the 10 indicators belongs to 1 of 3 categories: Daily Behaviors (Overall Physical Activity, Organized Sport and Physical Activity Participation, Active Play, Active Transportation, Physical Literacy, Sleep, Sedentary Behaviors

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Bradley Fawver, Garrett F. Beatty, John T. Roman and Kevin Kurtz

and state funding to nationally accredited coaching licenses that emphasize developmentally appropriate competencies (b) Emphasize holistic athlete development (i.e., physical literacy, sport literacy, social literacy) within coaching education (c) Assign equal value to sport-skill development and

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David P. Hedlund, Carol A. Fletcher, Simon M. Pack and Sean Dahlin

” Sport Environments • Rules, Laws and History of the Sport • History of the Sport • Human Development, Age-Related Information, and Disability and Adapted Sport (i.e., Inclusivity) • Physical Literacy (i.e., Agility, Balance, Coordination) • Injuries, Care and Recovery • Legal Responsibilities, Emergency

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Wesley O’Brien, Michael J. Duncan, Orlagh Farmer and Diarmuid Lester

Physical literacy has been previously defined as having the motivation, confidence, physical competence, understanding, knowledge, skills, and attitudes to live a physically active life ( Whitehead, 2007 ). Movement competency, an integral component of physical literacy, has been shown to be an

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Lori Gano-Overway, Pete Van Mullem, Melissa Long, Melissa Thompson, Bob Benham, Christine Bolger, Andrew Driska, Anthony Moreno and Dan Schuster

( Côté & Hancock, 2016 ) and physical literacy ( Tremblay et al., 2018 ; Whitehead, 2013 ). However, the field of sport coaching lacks universal requirements to be employed as a coach ( Bodey, Brylinsky, & Kuhlman, 2008 ; Nash, 2015 ), leaving governing bodies of sport and sport organizations to