AIESEP 2020, Themes and Subthemes

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Abstract submission for AIESEP 2020 is NOW OPEN! 

Key dates: 

Abstract submission opens: November 1st 2019

Abstract submission closes: January 15th 2020

Notification of abstract submission results: March 1st 2020

International Conference Theme:
Developing research-informed and practice-led innovation in curriculum, pedagogy and assessment for physical education and sport

Sub-theme:

  1. Evidence-based pedagogical practices for quality physical education and sport
  2. Curriculum and policy issues in promoting physical literacy via physical education and other physical activity and sport contexts
  3. Developing physical education, physical activity, and physical fitness assessment praxis: From theory to practice.
  4. Physical Education Teacher Education: Research-informed and practice-led innovation in teacher preparation and professional development

For more information on AIESEP 2020 including submission guidelines, keynote speakers, program of events etc., please visit here.

Cassandra Iannucci

Cassandra Iannucci

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AIESEP was founded in Lisbon in 1962, with the intent of bringing together scholars in the field of physical education and sport to share knowledge and engage in quality research.

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