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Physical Education Teachers’ Perceptions Regarding Competitive Activities: An Examination Through Social Media

Eve Bernstein, Ingrid Johnson, Tess Armstrong, and Ulana Lysniak

-Collection Criteria Before data collection stated, institutional review board clearance was obtained. United States-based discussion boards that focused on physical education instruction were searched. Postings were examined over the last 5 years between the dates of January 2015 to December 2020. The key terms

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Learning to Integrate STEM Into Physical Education Through Asynchronous Professional Development Modules

Risto Marttinen, Dominique Banville, Nancy Holincheck, Vernise June Ferrer Lindsay, and Stephanie Stehle

, vetted by a practicing PE teacher with extensive experience integrating STEM into PE. The modules also contained various tasks like watching videos and then responding to discussion boards with their reflection on how the teachers thought they could incorporate what they were learning into their

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Social Media and Athlete Welfare

Emma J. Kavanagh, Chelsea Litchfield, and Jaquelyn Osborne

racist discourse used by supporters in online discussion boards. According to Cleland’s research, racism, homophobia, disability, and sexism fueled hate narratives present on online discussion boards between fans and followers. Athletes may further receive abusive interaction based on the intersection of

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Interventions Based on Behavior Change Techniques to Encourage Physical Activity or Decrease Sedentary Behavior in Community-Dwelling Adults Aged 50–70: Systematic Review With Intervention Component Analysis

Saima Ahmed, Kimberly Lazo Green, Lisa McGarrigle, Annemarie Money, Neil Pendleton, and Chris Todd

techniques to encourage partners to socialize with other members of within their exercise groups. Four studies used web-based forums and discussion boards, while two studies used buddy system and group discussion. None of the studies reported how using techniques to encourage social connectedness contributed

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An Examination of the Relationship Between Instruction Type and Course Outcomes in Sport Management Courses

Megan B. Shreffler, Adam R. Cocco, and Jacob R. Shreffler

. The authors recommended instructors provide open communication channels to promote organic student interaction and enhance social presence in an online classroom. They should also lead by example through posting messages on discussion boards, providing personal stories, and delivering frequent

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The Moderated Mediating Effect of Self-Efficacy on Exercise Among Older Adults in an Online Bone Health Intervention Study: A Parallel Process Latent Growth Curve Model

Shijun Zhu, Eun-Shim Nahm, Barbara Resnick, Erika Friedmann, Clayton Brown, Jumin Park, Jooyoung Cheon, and DoHwan Park

ongoing motivational intervention geared toward increasing adherence to bone health behaviors, including exercise, among older adults. The Bone Power program consisted of 11 learning modules, eight moderated discussion boards, and additional resources such as virtual and video lecture libraries, an Ask

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Chapter 6: Preservice Teachers’ Perceptions of Twitter for Health and Physical Education Teacher Education: A Self-Determination Theoretical Approach

Brendon P. Hyndman and Stephen Harvey

distract PDL in HPETE; Twitter PDL only being relevant to mature age groups; and suggestions that other platforms available, such as online discussion modules or discussion boards, already offered sufficient PDL in HPETE. Relatedness The strongest alignment with motivational needs from the PSTs

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Help-Seeking Beliefs Among Anabolic Androgenic Steroid Users Experiencing Side Effects: An Interpretive Phenomenological Analysis

Hugh Gilmore, Stephen Shannon, Gerard Leavey, Martin Dempster, Shane Gallagher, and Gavin Breslin

effects, and is mediated by increased perceptions of self-control ( Shepperd et al., 2002 ). In this context, through experiencing personal agency through seeking underground support (e.g., reading internet discussion boards, speaking to peers), and then believing that they are more educated than formal

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Lessons Learned During the Pandemic: Recommendations for Kinesiology Programs’ Emerging Future

Miriam E. Leary, Randy W. Bryner, and Oladipo O. Eddo

rapport, and identify preferred collaborative group members. In addition, most LMS group functions provide access to collaborative tools, such as discussion boards, video chat sessions, blogs, wikis, group tasks, and shared document creation. These tools aid in promoting student-to-student interaction in

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Does It Matter if Sport Fans “Root for the Home Team?” A Test of the Team Identification–Social Psychological Health Model

Benjamin J.I. Schellenberg and Patrick Gaudreau

gather and interact virtually with other fans from around the world to watch their favorite teams play. Online discussion boards and chat rooms are additional ways in which fans can engage with other fans of the same team. Forming these types of virtual connections can be meaningful and have the