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Global Engagement in the Kinesiology Classroom Through Virtual Exchange

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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A Proposed Global Education Model

Michael S. Ferrara and Ortega Catherine

Edited by John Parsons

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Internationalizing Sport Management Programs: No Longer a Luxury, But a Necessity

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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Co-Branding Through an International Double Degree Program: A Single Case Study in Sport Management Education

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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Is There a Global Narrative for Kinesiology?

Doune Macdonald, Ira Jacobs, Ernest Tsung-Min, and Kari Fasting

accounted for the positioning of kinesiology within the broader global education industry and university landscapes, although Lawson and Kretchmar ( 2017 ) recognized the significance of context in their commentary. The international snapshots presented in this paper are framed through the lens of the

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Implications and Opportunities for Sport Management Education in the COVID-19 Era

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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Study Abroad’s Impact on U.S. Sport Management Students

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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“They May Be a Level One Student, But I Love Them All”: Preservice Teachers Negotiating Inclusion and Diversity in Their Classes

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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Reimagining Sport Management Programs Within Kinesiology and Public Health

Thomas R. George, Armin A. Marquez, Cassandra J. Coble, and Antonio S. Williams

pursued to allow students to complete minors and other courses on campus, as well as partake in global education experiences. In addition, the curriculum was designed to better accommodate cross-campus and new transfer students. Finally, the curriculum design focused on taking advantage of the existing

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Physical Activity, Sedentary Behavior, and Educational Outcomes Among Australian University Students: Cross-Sectional and Longitudinal Associations

Lena Babaeer, Michalis Stylianou, and Sjaan R. Gomersall

distinguish between leisure-based and educational-related screen time. Acknowledgments The authors thank Dr Asad Khan for providing advice for data analysis. This article is part of a PhD project funded by the The Saudi Arabian Cultural Mission Scholarship, Umm Al-Qura University. References 1. Global