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AIESEP Specialist Seminar 2022

AIESEP Specialist Seminar 2022 Motor Competence Assessment in Educational Settings Abstract submission for poster presentations is now open and full information is available here.  Topics should relate to fitness and motor competence assessment and monitoring in ECEC, primary school, secondary school, and grassroots youth sport. Additionally, contributions describing National/Regional motor competence assessment practices are welcome, and authors are encouraged to

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Motor Competence Assessment in Educational Settings

The AIESEP Specialist Seminar 2022 Motor Competence Assessment in Educational Settings will take place on 28th-30th September 2022 in Brixen – Italy. The event, jointly organized by the Universities of Bozen, Hamburg, and Jyväskylä, will be hosted by the Faculty of Education of the Free University of Bozen (Brixen campus). The aim is to bring

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AIESEP 2021 Scientific Conference call for abstracts is now open for submissions

December 2020 AIESEP 2021 is GOING VIRTUAL! Both LIVE and On-Demand sessions: Posters, oral session, thematic discussion rooms, and symposia Sub-Themes: Honouring Indigenous ways of knowing in research and practice Equity, diversity and inclusion: impacting practice through ethical research Engaging stakeholders (e.g. practitioners, students, administrators, parents, curriculum developers) in exploring the relationship between quality research

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Position Statement: Future Directions in PE Assessment

June 17 2020 The AIESEP specialist seminar ‘Future Directions in PE Assessment’ was held from October 18-20 2018, at Fontys University of Applied Sciences in Eindhoven, the Netherlands. The seminar aimed to bring together leading scholars in the field to present and discuss ‘evidence-informed’ views on various topics around physical education assessment. It brought together

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Early Years SIG – Publication Announcement

April 15 2020 “The Early Years Special Interest Group have completed a publication, published by Federation International D’education Physique special edition on ‘Researches – Best practices – Situations’. The publication focused on the physical activity recommendations for early childhood: an international analysis of ten different countries’ current national physical activity policies and practices for those

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Cancellation of the 2020 AIESEP International Conference in Hong Kong

On June 17-20, 2020, the Chinese University of Hong Kong (CUHK) were due to host the next AIESEP International Conference.   The AIESEP Board initially supported the organization of the conference despite the protests, expecting some improvement. Unfortunately, the situation became much more worrying in the last number of weeks when the campus was occupied

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AIESEP 2020, Themes and Subthemes

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: Evidence-based pedagogical practices for quality physical

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AIESEP Strategy 2019-22: Survey for members (past, present and future)

Dear Members of the AIESEP Family (past, present and future), It is clear that the importance of high quality, inclusive physical education, physical activity and sport for life-long, health and wellbeing has being placed centre stage by, for example: the World Health Organisation Global Action Plan on Physical Activity (2018); Sixth International Conference of Ministers

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Invitation for Applications to host AIESEP Annual Conferences: (World Congress 2022 or Conference 2023 or Conference 2024) — MARCH 8, 2019 DEADLINE

The #AIESEPFamily is rapidly expanding. Since its inception, it has evolved into an inter-generational, interdisciplinary community committed to excellence in research in physical education and health, physical activity and sports coaching. Moreover, AIESEP seeks to disseminate praxis which impacts on the quality of the experience children and young people enjoy when engaging in PE, PA

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