AIESEP Specialist Seminar ‘Future Directions in PE Assessment’ Website Online

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On behalf of AIESEP, Fontys University of Applied Sciences will be hosting the AIESEP specialist seminar “Future Directions in PE Assessment” from October 18-20, 2018.
The seminar website is now online at

Given the growing research interest in PE-assessment, the complexities PE-teachers meet in planning and carrying out assessment, and the increasing emphasis placed on accountability within education at large, we aim to draw up an AIESEP Position Statement on PE Assessment based on the specialist seminar. Therefore, a large part of the program will be devoted to various forms of expert group discussion, in addition to the presentation of research, projects and initiatives on assessment in PE and PETE.

Registration is open to invited experts and a limited number of other interested scholars. For information not available online, please send an email to [email protected]

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