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Submit a Manuscript to the Journal
Physical Education and Sport Pedagogy

For a Special Issue on
Intervention Fidelity

Manuscript deadline
01 August 2022

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Special Issue Editor(s)

Dr. Danielle Wadsworth, Auburn University
[email protected]

Dr. Kip Webster, Augusta Univeristy
[email protected]

Dr. Jackie Goodway,

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Intervention Fidelity

We want to invite you to submit your work to a special issue regarding "Intervention Fidelity" for the Physical Education and Sport Pedagogy (PESP) journal. Intervention Fidelity is a critical topic within educational and interventional practices and programs in multiple contexts including, but not limited to, school physical education, motor development, physical activity, public health, sport, and active leisure programs.

One marker of rigorous intervention/program is the extent to which the core principles and constructs of an intervention are identified and the corresponding evaluation of whether the intervention/program was implemented as intended via strong fidelity measures. Moreover, this topic is relevant and timely since fidelity is essential for motor, health, and sports interventions’ effectiveness and can often take place in a variety of settings such as schools, parks, communities, or clubs.

This Special Issue on fidelity aims to promote knowledge on the methods of fidelity currently being used in a variety of contexts and the results of several types of research within the field of motor development. This issue was prompted by a successful symposium on “A Critical Analysis of Fidelity within the Motor Skill Intervention Literature: Implications for Future Research” conducted at the 2021 North American Society for the Psychology of Sport and Physical Activity. The attendance and repercussion of the symposium among younger and well-established researchers motivated us to expand the original presentations and invite other scholars who have an interest and conducted research with respect to fidelity.

Submission Instructions

This Special Issue is open to original research, review articles, short reports, brief commentaries, case reports, and meta-analyses related to Intervention Fidelity in a variety of contexts. We hope to attract studies that investigate this topic from multiple viewpoints and encourage interventions across multiple sectors to submit articles for consideration.

If you have specific questions please don’t hesitate to reach out to the guest editors on this Special Issue, Dr. Danielle Wadsworth ([email protected]), Dr. Kip Webster ([email protected]), and Dr. Jackie Goodway. Prior to submission, please format the manuscript to meet the PESP specifications found on the PESP Instructions for Authors page.

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