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Research Focus on Education and Sport SIG 164
 
SIG Purpose
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The Research Focus on Education and Sport Special Interest Group (SIG) provides a forum for the presentation, discussion, and encouragement of research and critical thought from diverse theoretical and methodological perspectives on issues pertaining to the intersections of education and sport.

A primary goal of the SIG is to advance and critique research on the interface of education and sport. We believe that the continual dialogue with a community of scholars will push the boundaries of thought on education and sport research.

The Research Focus on Education and Sport SIG is committed to actively promoting collaboration among critical educators, researchers, and leaders working in school, community, and higher education settings through networking and the creation of spaces for ongoing communication and the establishment of alliances and goals among our membership.


 
 
Message from SIG Chair
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Hello and welcome to the AERA Research Focus on Education and Sport special interest group.  As a community of both scholars and practitioners, we are committed to forwarding data-driven research to inform practice at the nexus of education and sport. 

We encourage you to actively engage in one of our working subgroups to further our reach and breadth in the scholar and practitioner communities. We look forward to supporting your work.

  • SIG Program  (Lead:  Dr. Derek Houston and Dr. Siduri Haslerig)
  • Communications  (Lead: Dr. Lisa Rubin)
  • Research Partnerships  (Lead: Dr. Kristina Navarro)
  • Practitioner Membership Engagement  (Lead: Dr. Kristina Navarro)

 Please reach out with any questions (knavarro@scarletknights.com) on how to best engage with our SIG.

Sincerely,

Dr. Kristina Navarro

SIG Chair

 
 
Who We Are
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Chair: Dr. Kristina Navarro

Program Co-Chairs: Dr. Siduri Hasleri and Dr. Derek Houston

Secretary/Treasurer: Dr. Lisa Rubin

 
 
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