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Mountain Equipment Co-Op, “Diversity Work,” and the “Inclusive” Politics of Erasure

Jason Laurendeau, Tiffany Higham, and Danielle Peers

In October 2018, Canadian outdoor recreation retailer Mountain Equipment Co-op (MEC) sent ripples through the outdoorsy communities in Canada with a social media statement framed around the following provocative question “Do white people dominate the outdoors?” ( Labistour, 2018 ). The statement

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Self-Regulation as a Mediator in Motor Learning: The Effect of the Cognitive Orientation to Occupational Performance Approach on Children With DCD

Claire Sangster Jokić, Helene Polatajko, and David Whitebread

Children with developmental coordination disorder (DCD) experience difficulty performing everyday motor tasks. It is has been suggested that children with DCD have fewer self-regulatory (SR) skills with which to acquire motor skills. This article presents the results of an exploratory study examining the development of SR competence among ten 7–9-year-old children with DCD participating in the Cognitive Orientation to daily Occupational Performance (CO-OP) program (Polatajko & Mandich, 2004). Using a quantitative observational coding method, children’s SR behavior was examined and compared across intervention sessions. Results indicate that children demonstrating improved motor performance similarly demonstrated more independent and effective SR behaviors. In contrast, children whose motor performance remained relatively stable failed to demonstrate such a change. These findings suggest that CO-OP enables SR performance among children with motor performance difficulties and, as a result, facilitates improved task performance.

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Improving Experiential Learning in Sport Management Through Work-Integrated Learning

Susan B. Foster and David A. Pierce

international literature discusses and examines work-integrated learning (WIL) and cooperative education (co-op) in educational research, terms rarely mentioned in the North America sport management literature. Within sport-related journals printed by U.S. publishers, co-op and WIL terminology is virtually

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Work-Integrated Learning in the Development of a Kinesiology Degree

Kyle Guay and Carey L. Simpson

. ( 2021 ). A qualitative review of student learning after work-integrated learning placements from a faculty perspective . In A.E. Stirling & T.J. Pretti (Eds.), The practice of co-op and work—integrated learning in the Canadian context (pp.  41 – 47 ). CEWIL Canada and WACE . Drewery , D

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Kinesiology Faculty Reflections on COVID-19 and Future Directions in Online Education

Kayla Baker, Melissa Bopp, Sean M. Bulger, YuChun Chen, Michele L. Duffey, Brian Myers, Dana K. Voelker, and Kaylee F. Woodard

that is accessible, affordable, and of high quality. More specifically, the online delivery of course content allows for more flexible student schedules, removal of geographic barriers when learners are away from campus (e.g., summer sessions, study abroad, co-op, or internship semesters), and

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Independent Associations and Interactions of Perceived Neighborhood and Psychosocial Constructs on Adults’ Physical Activity

Laura A. Dwyer, Minal Patel, Linda C. Nebeling, and April Y. Oh

store), fruit/vegetable market/farmer’s market/co-op/community-supported agriculture, fast-food restaurant, nonfast-food restaurant. 36 The number of “yes” responses comprised the total score. Demographic Measures Regression models controlled for several demographic variables, including age, sex, race

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Perceptions of Ability Mediate the Effect of Motor Coordination on Aerobic and Musculoskeletal Exercise Performance in Young Children at Risk for Developmental Coordination Disorder

Tuyen Le, Jeffrey D. Graham, Sara King-Dowling, and John Cairney

.J. ( 2001 ). Cognitive orientation to daily occupational performance (CO-OP) . Physical & Occupational Therapy in Pediatrics, 20 ( 2–3 ), 83 – 106 . Pollock , N. , & Missiuna , C. ( 2015 ). The perceived efficacy and goal setting system ( 2nd ed. ). Hamilton, ON : CanChild Centre for Childhood

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Is There a Place for Assessment of Procedural Perceptual-Motor Learning in Pediatric Rehabilitation? A Survey of French Psychomotor and Occupational Therapists

Elodie Martin, David Trouilloud, and Jessica Tallet

Orientation to Daily Occupational Performance (CO-OP) . Physical & Occupational Therapy in Pediatrics, 20 ( 2–3 ), 83 – 106 . https://doi.org/10.1080/j006v20n02_06 Robertson , E.M. ( 2007 ). The serial reaction time task: Implicit motor skill learning? Journal of Neuroscience, 27 ( 38 ), 10073

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Self-Reported Physical Activity and Perception of Athleticism in American Equestrian Athletes

Michaela M. Keener, Kimberly I. Tumlin, and Deirdre Dlugonski

% have horses at both their own property and at a boarding facility. The remaining 1.2% had other arrangements, such as co-op barns, and retirement pastures; over 92% helped with barn work or prepping their horse in the past 6 months. Perceptions When controlling for age, region, and discipline, there

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Riding the Lines: Academia, Public Intellectual Work, and Scholar-Activism

Jules Boykoff

in the next. I talked with indigenous dissidents, social workers, avant-garde artists, and media activists with the Vancouver Media Co-op. As mentioned earlier, First Nations activists played key leadership roles and carried out symbolically powerful actions. At one point, the Native Warrior Society