Special issue: 2014 AIESEP World Congress in Auckland (New Zealand)
The 2014 AIESEP World Congress will be held in Auckland (New Zealand) on February 10-13, 2014.
Auckland is known as the “city of sails.” Imagine an urban environment where, within an hour, you can be relaxing on a beautiful beach, hiking in lush native rainforest, diving in the ocean, fishing on a quiet river, or exploring an enchanted island.
The theme of the Congress is “Educating for active healthy citizens.” See www.aiesep2014.com for additional information. There are six sub-themes:
- Physical education
- Sport and the making of active healthy citizens
- Youth education, social contexts and health literacies
- Exploring the pleasure of movement experiences
- Professional learning and development of PE teachers and sports coaches
- New perspectives on movement, health, sport and physical activity
- Eastern and indigenous perspectives on movement, health and well-being
The program structure will fit to the usual AIESEP World Congresses model:
- Keynote presentations
- Cagigal Lecture
- Regular, full-length papers
- Research symposia
- Poster presentations
Notice that the AIESEP General Assembly (with the elections of the new Board) will be organized during the congress.
The abstract submission process has started. To submit your abstract go to www.aiesep2014.com read through the instructions and click on the link at the bottom of the Abstract/Papers page. Key abstract dates: Abstract Submission closes 14 July, 2013; Authors will be notified by Early September, 2013; Accepted Authors must register by 28 October, 2013; Early-bird registrations close 29 November, 2013.
A flyer is available on attachment. Join us and enjoy the AIESEP community.
This activity is organized by the Faculty of Education of the University of Auckland.
Professor, Secretary General of AIESEP, Association Internationale des Ecoles Supérieures d’Education Physique / International Association of Physical Education in Higher Education
Department of Sport and Rehabilitation Sciences
University of Liege
Allee des Sports, 4 Bat. B-21
B-4000 LIEGE Belgium
Tél. : +32 (0)4 366.38.80
Fax. : +32 (0)4 366. 29.01