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Peter F. Bodary and M. Melissa Gross

-century kinesiology students for successful futures. Part 2: Gameful Learning—Combining Autonomy and Student Engagement at Scale Although blended learning with smaller course enrollments can provide a highly engaged learning environment, many kinesiology programs have high enrollments and a high student

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Thomas J. Templin, Jason R. Carter, and Kim C. Graber

engagement: active learning, blended learning, and gameful learning. Their contribution in this special issue outlines each approach, as well as providing benefits for student learning and challenges for faculty innovators. Attendees had the good fortune of hearing James Morrow give a thoughtful, humorous

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Ashley M. Duguay, Amber M. Shipherd, Carrie LeCrom, and Chad Goebert

.1145/3136273.3136299 Jones , M. , Miossi , L. , & Blanton , J. ( 2019 , October 23–26 ). Practicing what you teach: Gameful learning as a self-determined approach to the sport psychology classroom [Conference presentation]. Thirty-fourth annual conference of the Applied Association of Sport Psychology