ENSE is about to kick off its first-ever digital event! Due to by now familiar reasons, ENSE decided to move the ENSE Forum from 2021 to 2022. As a result, ENSE has decided to offer its first-ever online event in 2021, providing two days of content on the subject of digital sport education.
The Covid-19 pandemic has further accelerated the trend of digital sport education, pushing and inspiring many sport educators to offer programming online. The first day, September 23 from 10:00-11:30, offers an intense panel discussion. Under the theme “Digital Sport Education” the discussion aims to explore the possibilities, limits, challenges, and innovations presented by digital sport education.
The second day, September 24 from 10:00-11:30, will consist of parallel virtual-yet-practical sessions. The goal of these sessions is to provide a practical, first-hand experience of the digital sport education activities undertaken by ENSE members. Participants will gain concrete examples of how sport education translates to the digital world.
The meetings will be held on the digital WebEx platform.
Detailed information about the event: consult here
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Dr. Karen Petry - Deputy Head of Institute of European Sport Development and Leisure Studies at the German Sport University
(Has worked for over 30 years on the development, delivery and evaluation of sport education programming).
Sergio Lara-Bercial - International Council for Coaching Excellence (ICCE)
(Expert in Sport Coaching, has extensive international experience in the development and evaluation and coach education systems and is director of the globally acclaimed Erasmus+ project iCoachKids)
Carolina Barros - Tempo Livre/CEDG, Guimarães
(Is a professor in physical activity. In her work at Tempo Livre, she aims to encourage sports practice in the Municipality of Guimarães, Portugal, by providing innovative services, sport programs and activities)
Louis Moustakas - ENSE’s Secretary General
Parallel virtual sessions (practical)
Sport Empowers Disabled Youth (by inHolland University)
Online Coaching Education (by the ICCE)
Sport for Development (by the German Sport University)
Move Healthy (by the Groningen University of Applied Sciences)