1 edition of European Year of Education through Sport 2004. found in the catalog.
European Year of Education through Sport 2004.
by Media Consulta on behalf of the European Commission Directorate-General for Education and Culture Sport Unit in Brussels
Written in English
Cover title: EYES 2004.
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Physical Education and Sport in Schools: A Review of Benefits and Outcomes Article Literature Review (PDF Available) in Journal of School Health . The country that had the highest education spending in Europe was Sweden, at percent of GDP, while the country that has increased education spending the most was Latvia with a ten percent year.
developments in the fields of health, education and sport. Article of the EU Lisbon Treaty (1) has slightly changed this situation, as it gives the European Union a legal basis for a new competence on sport which calls for action to develop the European dimension in sport. The Treaty also entitles the European Union to 'contribute to the. Pages in category " in European sport" The following 8 pages are in this category, out of 8 total. This list may not reflect recent changes ().
Value Education Through Sport. Launch of UNESCO Photo Book. 04/12/ UNESCO have previously conducted a photo contest to promote sporting values worldwide. The best 15 photos are now published in a photo book on sport values and exhibited at the organisation’s headquarters. Cooperating with UNESCO in a value education partnership. Sport Education: International Perspectives presents a series of studies of the innovative pedagogical model that has taken the physical education world by storm. Since the emergence of the Sport Education model in the mids, it has been adopted and adapted in physical education programs around the world and a new research literature has followed in its wake.
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Evaluation of the European Year of Education through Sport – European Commission Eureval-C3E – June - page 5 experts in the field of education through sport; and TNS Sofres, an international market and opinion survey group.
European Year of Education through Sport 2004. book evaluation method chosen yielded solid answers to a number of questions, but had limitations in some cases. Get this from a library. Final records!: European year of education through sport [European Commission.] -- Describes in detail the actions co-financed by the European Union in the 28 participating countries.
It also includes information on the organisations that took part. IP/03/ Brussels, 28 May European Year of Education through Sport Commission issues call for projects.
Improving the partnership between the worlds of education and sport, making greater use of sporting values in education and integration, and increasing voluntary work in sport are just some of the objectives of the European Year of Education through Sport related.
The list of acronyms and abbreviations related to EYES - European Year of Education through Sport. This Communication presents the main achievements of the European Year of Education through Sport (EYES ) and proposals for further action on education through sport.
It spreads the message that, in our multicultural societies, sport can and must become a tool to be used in formal and non-formal learning. The aim of the European Year of Education through Sport (EYES) was to raise awareness about the potentially beneficial links between education and sport.
In achieving its objectives, IYSPE will build on the experience of the European Year of Education through Sport Top Photo: Children playing ball, Nakivale Refugee Camp in Uganda, by. The European Year of Education through Sport What was the European Year of Education through Sport.
The European Year of Education through Sport was held in with the aim to raise awareness about the potentially beneficial links between education and sport.
Dedicated Issues. PREFACE These are interesting times to be working in Physical Education and School Sport (PESS). was designated the European Year of Education through Sport. experience of the European Year of Education through Sport Although measuring the many dimensions of the success of the International Year is not easy, the present report documents resources invested, initiatives launched, research undertaken, and activities by millions of individuals who.
– having regard to the Commission's evaluation of the European Year of Education through Sport (EYES ) programme (COM()), – having regard to the Council of Europe's Recommendation on improving physical education and sport for children and young people in all European countries, adopted by the Committee of Ministers on 30 April.
Based on experience gained during the European Year of Education through Sport, the Commission encourages support for sport and physical activity through various policy initiatives in the field of education and training, including the development of social and civic competences in accordance with the Recommendation on key competences.
of Sport' (); the Helsinki Report on sport (); the Nice 'Declaration on the specific characteristics of sport' (2 ), as well as events such as the European Year of Education through Sport (). 6 European Commission, White Paper on Sport, COM()3 91 final. European Journal of Physical Education and Sport Science is an international peer reviewed journal aimed to investigate the numerous educational aspects related to Physical Education, Fitness and Sports Science.
Some of the suggested research topics could be: basic and advanced theories of physical education; - physiotherapy and therapeutic physical activities, gymnastics; - materials and.
Loughborough University, was appointed by the European Commission in December to carry out two studies on education and sport. Both of the studies were commissioned by the Sport Unit of DG Culture and Education and are part of the broad initiative of the European Year of Education through Sport European Yearbook of Sport Psychology A publication of FEPSAC ISSN – With the publication of the first volume of the “European Yearbook of Sport Psychology” in Springa new era in the development of European sport psychology started.
For the first time a scientific periodical of FEPSAC was released, with the aim to give [ ]. A review of research on Sport Education: to the present. Physical Education and Sport Pedagogy: Vol. 16, No. 2, pp. development of the sport sector, especially through tourism, fit-ness, media and education, the four most important aspects of the sports economy.
SPORT IN THE EUROPEAN UNION Sincethe Erasmus+ programme has been supporting educa-tion, training, and youth as well as sport activities in Europe and has been funding sport projects of all kinds.
Get this from a library. Final records!: European year of education through sport [European Commission.] -- A database of European Union programs on sport and education.
European Physical Education Review brings together contributions from a wide range of disciplines across the natural and social sciences and humanities. It includes theoretical and research-based articles and occasionally devotes Special Issues to major topics and themes within the field.
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Coakley delivers a critical approach toward sports related issues with an emphasis on social class, race, and ethnicity within the sports s: Historians in recent years have paid considerable attention to sport and leisure in the past, and historians of education are no exception.
The chapters in this book showcase the breadth and depth of scholarship in this area, bringing new perspectives to bear on the history of physical education in several different European countries.