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Pamela Beach, Melanie Perreault, and Leapetswe Malete

experiences in other formats. Reaching a majority of students should therefore be central to discourse on global education, and it is why higher education institutions should be intentional about infusing international and cross-cultural dimensions into the pedagogy and curriculum. Such discourse has been

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Michael S. Ferrara and Ortega Catherine

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W. James (Jim) Weese

Global Education ( 2017 ) confirmed the significant benefits accrued from study abroad programs, including higher academic performance, higher rates of degree completion, enriched employability rates, and higher average salaries. The authors of the Report also confirmed that international learning

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Tim Ströbel, B. David Ridpath, Herbert Woratschek, Norm O’Reilly, Markus Buser, and Michael Pfahl

programs at these and other institutions. Related literature is clear on the benefits and need of a globalized education and preparation for future sport managers in an ever-changing worldwide sport industry ( Foster et al., 2020 ; Masteralexis & McDonald, 1997 ). Ohio University and the University of

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Mike Rayner and Tom Webb

scenario presented by COVID-19 ( Jump, 2020 ). This process was defined by Zimmerman ( 2020 , p. 1) as “the Great Online-Learning Experiment” and it is this new-found global education environment that this essay considers. Online education is not a new phenomenon. Historically, higher education

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Carrie W. LeCrom, Brendan Dwyer, and Gregory Greenhalgh

; Warren, 2012 ). Additionally, in an ever-expanding global workplace, the value of global education is increasing, with study abroad courses gaining in popularity ( “Open Doors Fast Facts,” 2017 ). Former deans at Harvard University, Lagemann and Lewis ( 2012 ), noted an important need for universities to

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Catalina Belalcazar and Bettina Callary

(IMDRI) . Retrieved from Rizvi , F. , & Lingard , B. ( 2010 ). Globalizing education policy . London, UK : Routledge

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Corina van Doodewaard

. , & Azzarito , L. ( 2019 ). ‘Singled out because of skin color…’: Exploring ethnic minority female teachers’ embodiment in physical education . Sport, Education and Society, 24 ( 2 ), 105 – 120 . doi:10.1080/13573322.2017.1326893 10.1080/13573322.2017.1326893 UNESCO . ( 2018 ). Global education

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Kevin Filo, David Fechner, and Yuhei Inoue

. McCloskey (Ed.), Policy & practice: A development education review (pp.  96 – 109 ).  Dublin, Ireland : Center for Global Education . Taylor , R. , & Shanka , T. ( 2008 ). Cause for event: Not-for-profit marketing through participant sports events . Journal of Marketing Management, 24 ( 9

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Si Hui Regina Lim, Koon Teck Koh, and Melvin Chan

teacher education for inclusion . Global Education Review, 1 ( 1 ), 76 – 92 . doi:10.21744/ijllc.v3i1.335 Willis , J.W. ( 2007 ). Foundations of qualitative research: Interpretive and critical approaches . London, UK : Sage . 10.4135/9781452230108 Appendix Interview Guide Rapport building and