Physical education in the COVID era: Considerations for online program delivery using the comprehensive school physical activity program framework
Health Promotion and Physical Education
In the wake of COVID-19, online physical education (OLPE) has become essential to the sustainability of school physical education programs. The purpose of this article is to consider factors that may be influential in efforts to deliver OLPE to students. The comprehensive school physical activity program model is used to frame a multicomponent conceptualization of OLPE and its goals and outcomes. Central to this framing is the intersectionality of school physical education, the family, and the community. This article provides a platform for physical education teacher educators and researchers to advance OLPE in its support of both the educational and public health benefits of high-quality physical education programs.
Journal of Teaching in Physical Education
Digital Object Identifier (DOI)
Webster, Collin A.; D'Agostino, Emily; Urtel, Mark; McMullen, Jaimie; Culp, Brian; Egan Loiacono, Cate A.; and Killian, Chad, "Physical education in the COVID era: Considerations for online program delivery using the comprehensive school physical activity program framework" (2021). Faculty Publications. 5220.