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WORKSHOPS AND PRESENTATIONS CONTENT

WORKSHOPS

1. Increasing the mobility of students, teachers and researchers within EN3S

What does it mean to be mobile in higher education? Is the network responding to the needs of all people concerned? What recurring problems are our students facing when they spend one or two semester(s) abroad? What are our individual approaches for internationalization ? What are some best practices exchanges for internationalization of sport programs?

2. Understanding the students’ needs: discussion with Strasbourg students

Are all students the same or are sport students very peculiar? How do students perceive student mobility? What are their demands regarding sport practices? How can we do to meet their demands? How can we help with the cultural and language barrier? If there was an aspect of their study-abroad program they could change, what would it be and why?

3. EU call for proposals: how to take EN3S further?

What programs are we refering to when mentioning “EU projects” and how are they structured? Is there a specific range of projects EN3S members should focus on? Where can tenders be found and how to respond effectively? Are there any best practice examples available? Can EN3S members propose joint projects and what should the procedure be?

4.Assessment of EN3S achievements: work in progress 2017

Group work on what se have achieved since our last meeting in Urbino. What are the propositions for the future and who would like to participate?

5. Industry academy models: teacher training & English language academies. Christine A. J. Palmer

To be specified.

6. University-wide language provision at the Université de Strasbourg: challenges and prospects. Denyze Toffoli

To be specified.

Best practice: Teaching Equestrian Sports Vocabulary : from the E-Learning Experience to the Designing of a Dedicated App. Anne-Emmanuelle Legris-Pages

This presentation will deal with the designing of an e-learning module initially dedicated to professionals of the horse industry. I will show how this module came to influence my teaching methods in a blended learning environment, and how it simultaneously evolved into an innovative app in order to match professional requirements.

PRESENTATIONS

1. Erasmus Mobility and the Intercultural Experience in Sport, Physical Education and related HE disciplines -- progress report. Håkon Engstu & John Humphreys

This paper will outline the purpose and updated methodology of this study since the EN3S meeting in Urbino. The principal tools of pre -and post- mobility questionnaires and focus groups will be explained following their development and piloting, with opportunity for comment from network members on their application.

2. Sport as a tool for social integration, inclusion and citizenship for people with disabilities: myth, reality or fiction? Joël Gaillard

Are all students the same or are sport students very peculiar? How do students perceive student mobility? What are their demands regarding sport practices? How can we do to meet their demands? How can we help with the cultural and language barrier? If there was an aspect of their study-abroad program they could change, what would it be and why?

3. Moving away from special towards inclusive education: physical education for children with disabilities. Diana Reklaitiene

The main problems of effective inclusion will be highlighted in this presentation. Children with disabilities are less physically active than their non-disabled peers. Physical activity and sport is one of the most effective tools that could accelerate and facilitate the adaptation process and the social integration. Still, there are a lot of reasons for exclusion. The main question is, what could be most effective strategies for successfull inclusion of children with disabilities into sports and physical activities?

4. Innovation in the field of sport and physical activity through personal and social responsibility to prevent violence in sport. Alfonso Valero Valenzuela

This is an international project that pursues the ticked objective through the training of physical education teachers and sports trainers in new teaching methodologies that are oriented towards education in values; in this case, the Teaching Personal and Social Responsibility model, that consists of designing physical activities for the promotion of pro-social values like respect, care, help, autonomy, resilience, leadership, sportpersonship.

5. Sports consultancy: looking for a new model of collaboration between students and companies. José Luis Felipe

One of the major challenges facing the educational system in the university area is shortening the distance between the latter and the professional environment. Society demands learning based on the development of competences and their acquisition through experiential learning in real environments. The collaboration between the university and the professional world has become a fundamental axis of innovation. To this end, we have developed a transversal line of work to help recognized sport entities solve specific problems.

6. Gender, sport and Europe: a sociological perspective. William Gasparini (Jean Monnet Chair)

At the European level, an increasing number of women are engaged in sporting activities. However, competitive sport is largely masculine, and women’s sport remains mostly restricted to leisure or health-related lifestyle activities. Historically, sport in Europe has been theorized and practiced for and by men. But as the number of women in competitive sport increases, sports federations remain largely masculine. Sociologists believe that such male domination has been integrated by men and women - and contribute to ordinary sexism.