We want to (RE) invent the organization of new ISCPES meetings.
More than listening we want people to think, talk and ask.
Selected papers will not need to be finished/closed with results. The choice will be upon “GOOD QUESTIONS”, “GOOD PROJECTS”, “GOOD METHODOLOGIES”. Therefore, we need to leave spare time for interaction with our invited senior keynote speakers. Please submit your own ideas and doubts about comparing results on sport and physical education mainstream conclusions. Please dare to provoke our scientific community. This is the 40th Summit format.
International Organizations are crossing challenging times. In sports and physical education there is a huge number of them, aiming several topics under the major theme of “sports and physical activity”.
ISCPES was born 40 years ago as a place for international studies comparisons. Our founders wanted to understand how different countries or professionals organized themselves to promote better physical activity, fierce and fair sport competitions and improved health for longer quality of life.
In the last two decades, sports emerged as one of the big “features” in the world. In part due to the incredible media development but mostly because sport enables people to organize several groups to improve education, health, multiracial societies and social inclusion. This set of aspects gave naturally rise to diverse and multiple organizations, which focused in different goals and missions.
Considering the exponential increase in sport literature give ISCPES mission an utmost useful relevance to compare methodologies, results, conclusions in sport studies across different continents and/or contexts.
Additionally, ISCPES want to enjoy this opportunity to renew its membership list in age, origin and region, preparing it for the opening to a new age and new challenges.
This is the reason explaining the 40Th Summit different format.
In the Summit there will be no special committees, no special presentations but more discussion about questions we cannot solve alone. The idea is to bring referenced keynote speakers and open the floor for young researchers and scholars to ask their main interrogations, face to face, with senior invited academics that will be present.
For this Summit we confirmed five prominent keynote speakers that accepted our invitations to tell us the last news on their specific subjects.
The Local Committee will be composed by students, professors and authorities to achieve a major audience among Portuguese and international students.
The keynote speakers will be Paul Wylleman, Richard Bailey, John Saunders, Rosa D’Amico and José Maia. Additionally, we invited some sport personalities to act as moderators for special panels.
For panel discussions we had to start with some major themes:
It is also confirmed we will include the “Best Communication/Project Award”, which name is under discussion and depends on sponsor choice.
The Summit will be public for three days – Tuesday (07), Wednesday (08) and Thursday (09).
09:00 – 13:00
Oporto airport transfers to Hotel
Register and accreditation
Networking and ISMAI guided visit
Light Welcome Lunch at ISMAI
ISCPES Journal, first 2019 issue presentation
John Saunders (Australian Catholic University)
Martin Holzweg (Eupea)
Eduardo Gonçalves (ISMAI)
Nuno Garrido (Motricidade)
Rui Espinho (ISCPES Communication Manager)
João Viana (CIDESD)
Elisa Marques (ISMAI Physical Education Sciences and Sports Department Director)
Workshop 1 – Scientific Writing
Open attendance for registered participants;
registration at the welcoming desk
“From selecting the Journal till submitting an article”.
Invited Scopus Editors
Workshop 2 – Using and Analyzing Questionnaire Data
Open attendance for registered participants; registration at the welcoming desk
– Laitila Osmo (JAMK – Yvaskyla, Finland);
– Janete Borges (ISMAI – Maia, Portugal).
Free Dinner at local places
Lecture 1 – Methods and Comparisons through project experiences
Lecture 2 – Talent identification, sport development and dual careers
Panel Discussion 1 and 2
Moderator – João Viana (CIDESD)
With Invited sportsmen and sportswomen
Lunch Break (free)
Lecture 3 – Quality Physical Education Programs
15:30 – 17:30
Panel Discussion 3a – Best questions/projects selection
Physical Education and Sport Coaching in different countries/continents
Mariana Cunha (ISMAI)
Panel Discussion 3b – Best questions/projects selection
Implementation of School, Exercise and Health Programs
Elisa Marques (ISMAI)
40th Summit Dinner (upon extra 30,00€)
Lecture 4 – International Trends for Comparative Studies
Richard Bailey, ICSSPE
Panel Discussion 4 – Necessities for Executive Directors
Secretary of State*, President of COP, Swimming Federation President
Aldo Costa (ISCPES)
Lunch Break (free)
Panel Discussion 5 – Best questions/projects selection
The Future of Sports with New Technologies (E-sports) Reinventing Sport Jobs – Enlarging World Markets
Panel Discussion 6 – Best questions/projects selection
Sport Tourism and Sustainable Destinations Sports Socioeconomic Impacts
Eduardo Gonçalves (ISMAI, Vice Rector – Research)
Herbert Haag Lecture
John Saunders (Editor in chief of ISS)
Plenary Closure Session
ISCPES General Assembly
Register as Member at ISCPES between today and Mar 31st, 2019 – SUBSCRIBE
You have to be a ISCPES registered member and pay the membership fee
Summit Dinner: Around 30€ (apart from registration fee)
Touristic Tour: Extra 20€ (most emblematic places in Oporto, start and destiny ISMAI
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