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Work-Integrated Learning in the Development of a Kinesiology Degree

Kyle Guay and Carey L. Simpson

is evidence that postsecondary institutions are unable to provide appropriate workplace simulations ( Grant, 2016 ). Thus, there has been a shift toward work-integrated learning (WIL) opportunities in a number of degrees, including Kinesiology ( Reddan, 2017 ). WIL is defined in Canada as A model and

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Improving Experiential Learning in Sport Management Through Work-Integrated Learning

Susan B. Foster and David A. Pierce

international literature discusses and examines work-integrated learning (WIL) and cooperative education (co-op) in educational research, terms rarely mentioned in the North America sport management literature. Within sport-related journals printed by U.S. publishers, co-op and WIL terminology is virtually

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Bringing on the Next Generation of Sport Scientists: The Benefits of Work-Integrated Learning

David B. Pyne

Undertaking industry-based work-integrated learning during undergraduate- and graduate-program studies is an important step between university training and employment in the sport industry. The terminology for work-integrated learning varies from country to country, but most readers will be

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High-Impact Educational Practices in Kinesiology: Examples of Curricular Advancements to Prepare Students for the Future of Work

Wendy Wheeler and Heather Van Mullem

community-based learning opportunities, 6 and internship experiences. 7 Each section also explores how HIPs can be used to (a) develop critical information literacy (CIL), (b) solve community health problems, and (c) explore work-integrated learning. First-Year Experiences to Develop CIL The American

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A Snapshot of Sport Management Courses in Australia

Megan C. Hekkema, Melinda Hall, and Deborah A. Pascoe

organization such as COSMA can be used for marketing purposes by universities, and may result in a thorough benchmarking review process, which can increase quality curricula and professionalizes the sport management discipline ( Rayner & Webb, 2022 ). Previous research has found that work-integrated learning

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From Mentorship to Sponsorship in Sport Science

Iñigo Mujika and Peter Leo

sustainable work–life balance, achieve better long-term results, ensure a higher quality of life, and develop a robust mental resilience. 2 Similarly, IJSPP Founding Editor David Pyne recently discussed the intricacies of industry-based work-integrated learning as an important step between formal education

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Letter From the Editor

David J. Shonk

is an educational research review penned by Dr. Susan Foster and Dr. David Pierce titled “Improving Experiential Learning in Sport Management Through Work-Integrated Learning.” This educational research review sheds light on work-integrated learning, a structured pedagogy that combines classroom

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How Kinesiology Leaders Can Use the Constructs of Adaptive, Complexity, and Transformational Leadership to Anticipate and Prepare for Future Possibilities

Lara M. Duke, Jennifer P. Gorman, and Jennifer M. Browne

university members may comprehend the possibilities and challenges that emerge. One specific kinesiology example is the use of internships as experiential, work-integrated learning opportunities for students. A faculty coordinator of internships creates relationships with various sites for the students based

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Authentic Assessment Through the Sport Management Practicum: Participants’ Perceptions of the Effectiveness of a Student-Led Sports Event

Amy K. Bermingham, Ross D. Neville, and Kyriaki Makopoulou

( 4 ), 449 – 464 . doi:10.1016/j.psychsport.2007.06.005 10.1016/j.psychsport.2007.06.005 Ajjawi , R. , Tai , J. , Huu Nghia , T.L. , Boud , D. , Johnson , L. , & Patrick , C.J. ( 2020 ). Aligning assessment with the needs of work-integrated learning: The challenges of authentic

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Leadership for the Future—Vision, Values, and Practice

Jeffrey T. Fairbrother and Jared Russell

kinesiology course . Kinesiology Review, 11 ( 4 ). https://doi.org/10.1123/kr.2022-0021 Guay , K. , & Simpson , C.L. ( 2022 ). Work-integrated learning in the development of a kinesiology degree . Kinesiology Review, 11 ( 4 ). https://doi.org/10.1123/kr.2022-0024 Liu , T. , Chen , Y