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

In response to the pandemic, kinesiology programs rose to the challenge of remote teaching by incorporating novel teaching and classroom approaches to ensure students continued to receive excellent instruction. This review identifies remote and hybrid teaching elements, many used by our two kinesiology programs, which showed promise during the pandemic. Using evidence and best practices, we argue for kinesiology programs to include these teaching strategies moving forward. Discussions focus on improving students’ success, learning, and matriculation into the vulnerable first year of college; rigorous teaching and assessment practices for laboratory and lecture classes in core curriculum; and remote capstone opportunities to prepare graduates for a postpandemic workforce. As we anticipate a physical return to campus, the strategies described here show promise for keeping kinesiology programs innovative and competitive in the emerging future of hybrid teaching in higher education.

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Alan L. Smith and Jeffrey T. Fairbrother

also includes articles addressing the immediate demands and challenges of the COVID-19 pandemic, which has resulted in practices that might be carried forward. Leary et al. ( 2021 ) highlight remote and hybrid teaching strategies employed during the pandemic that can be retained to benefit student

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Duane Knudson and Melissa Bopp

hybrid teaching method for undergraduate biomechanics lab . Biomedical Engineering Education, 1, 187 – 193 . https://doi.org/10.1007/s43683-020-00033-w 10.1007/s43683-020-00033-w Ottaway , K. , Murrant , C. , & Ritchie , K. ( 2017 ). Cheating after the test: Who does it and how often

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Erin Centeio, Kevin Mercier, Alex Garn, Heather Erwin, Risto Marttinen, and John Foley

online and hybrid PE environments. As we move forward into a postpandemic world, it will be important to provide teachers support and PD that integrates effective practices in online and hybrid teaching with common best practices in PE. There are limitations present in this study that are important to