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Bradley J. Cardinal

large part by the Association of American Colleges and Universities ( 2020 ). They label it “liberal education” because it seeks to give people freedom. Freedom takes many forms, including the ability to freely express, explore, and move ( Kretchmar, 1988 ). Physical Activity Education as General

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Wendy Wheeler and Heather Van Mullem

challenge for academic units is to become more explicit about the professional skills and abilities that undergraduate degrees represent and to develop highly effective teaching and learning methods ( Liberal Education & America’s Promise, 2007 ). To ensure that all students, regardless of academic degree

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Hal A. Lawson

conferences routinely crossed the boundary between dialogue (for mutual understanding) and debate (I win, you lose). In contrast to my liberal education experiences at Oberlin and the ones I strived to offer my students, colleagues appeared to be intolerant of constructive critiques. Decades later, I began to

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Jared A. Russell

, & Russell, 2013 ; Price et al., 2017 ; Russell, 2019 ). References Association of American Colleges, & National Leadership Council [United States] . ( 2007 ). College learning for the new global century: A report from the National Leadership Council for Liberal Education & America’s Promise . Washington

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Peter F. Bodary and M. Melissa Gross

). The future of undergraduate education: The future of America . Cambridge, MA : Author . https://www.amacad.org/cfue Association of American Colleges and Universities . ( 2007 ). College learning for a new global century: A report from the National Leadership Council for liberal education and

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Patricia Vertinsky and Alison Wrynn

from, benefited from, and built on Henry’s leadership by continuing to insist on physical education as a worthy focus of study. His was a concept, she said, that underscored the same desire for a liberal education in physical education that had been expressed by the early founders of the field more

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James A. Carson, John K. Petrella, Vanessa Yingling, Mallory R. Marshall, Jenny O, and Jennifer J. Sherwood

Association of American Colleges, & National Leadership Council (U.S.) . ( 2007 ). College learning for the new global century: A report from the National Leadership Council for Liberal Education & America’s Promise . Washington, DC : Author . Auchincloss , L.C. , Laursen , S.L. , Branchaw , J

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Burhan Parsak and Leyla Saraç

behavior: Realizing the promise of Greater Expectations . Liberal Education, 90 ( 4 ), 24 – 31 . Kulinna , P.A. , & Cothran , D.J. ( 2003 ). Physical education teachers’ self-reported use and perceptions of various teaching styles . Learning and Instruction, 13, 597 – 609 . doi:10.1016/S0959

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Michel Milistetd, Pierre Trudel, Steven Rynne, Isabel Maria Ribeiro Mesquita, and Juarez Vieira do Nascimento

Colleges and Universities . ( 2007 ). College learning for the new global century: A report from the National Leadership Council for Liberal Education & America’s Promise . Washington, WA : Author . Barr , R.B. , & Tagg , J. ( 1995 ). From teaching to learning: A new paradigm for undergraduate

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Daniel B. Robinson, Lynn Randall, and Joe Barrett

rather to highlight its educational validity as part of a liberal education that recognizes all our human capabilities and potentials as of equal importance and value. (p. 26) Moreover, to combat this reductionist thinking, Whitehead has also repeatedly presented and published papers in which she