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Call for Papers | “The Scholarship of Teaching and Learning in Biomechanics”, Special Issue of Journal of Applied Biomechanics | Call ends May 31, 2020
The scholarship of teaching and learning of biomechanics encompasses a very wide variety of topics. Papers focused on innovative biomechanics education and outreach efforts will be considered across all scales, including: global or national initiatives; community partnerships and programs; interdisciplinary university programs; biomechanics curriculum; specific course structure or approach; teaching pedagogies; and learning innovations.
Call for Manuscripts | “Global Intersectionality of Education, Sports, Race, and Gender” – a new book series from Pater Lang Publishing
The books in this series will examine our understanding of race, gender, and the role education is playing in assisting in the global institutionalization of these social constructions. The goal of this series is to inform sport enthusiasts, college students, social justice oriented educators and researchers, policy makers, and other stakeholders about the role sport has in contributing to informing cultural ideology.
Doktorander i idrottsvetenskap med inriktning humaniora och samhällsvetenskap inom forskarskolan Lärande i mångkulturella samhällskontexter. Ansök senast den 14 januari 2019
Forskarskolan Lärande i mångkulturella samhällskontexter samlar doktorander som intresserar sig för globalisering, mångkulturalitet och utbildning. Inom ramen för fem olika forskarutbildningsämnen undersöks hur utbildning organiseras och lärande sker i ett samhälle präglat av migration, digitalisering och politisk rörelse.
Call for Papers | Coach Developer Special Issue: “Global Advances in Coach Education” | International Sport Coaching Journal. Call ends July 31, 2018
Coach developer is the umbrella term that describes the varied roles played by personnel engaged in the process of developing coaches. The research and best practices on and for coach developers is sparse, and this special issue of ISCJ aims to stimulate quality sport coaches who in turn use ethical and effective practices with athletes at all levels.
Boyhood Studies | Special issue: Male Youth Sports: Changing Contexts and Emergent Perspectives | Vol. 10, 2017, No. 1
Boyhood Studies: An Interdisciplinary Journal is a peer-reviewed journal providing a forum for the discussion of boyhood, young masculinities, and boys’ lives by exploring the full scale of intricacies, challenges, and legacies that inform male and masculine developments, committed to a critical and international scope.
Call for Abstracts | “Sport Management Education: Expanding the Possibilities” | 2016 COSMA Conference, Feb. 11–12, Tampa FL.
Topics may include: Outcomes assessment, strategic planning, curriculum assessment and improvement, faculty and teaching, innovations in teaching sport, the impact of technology on curriculum and teaching, etc.
Call for Papers | Special Issue of Sport Management Education Journal: “Distance Learning in Sport Management Education”
Research published in this issue will offer a glimpse into the pedagogical and technological possibilities as ways to better prepare sport management students for the seemingly ever-changing sport industry.
Call For Proposals | 1st Annual COSMA (Commission on Sport Management Accreditation) Conference | “Excellence in Education: Teaching Sport Management”
COSMA is seeking proposals for presentations at the 1st Annual COSMA Conference to be held Feb 12–13, 2015 in Philadelphia, PA. Proposals should address topics related to Excellence in Sport Management Education, such as: strategic planning, curriculum assessment and improvement, outcomes assessment, writing student learning outcomes, rubric development and improvement, teaching sport finance, integrating sport analytics, strategies to increase student engagement, impact of technology on curriculum and teaching, etc. Proposal...