Innovative Summer School becomes a new costume - we are happy to announce a Winter School!
New date: 9th to 13th of November 2020
The aim of the InPhysEd Winter School is to empower participants from different countries and disciplines to develop solutions for including students with an intellectual disability (ID) in physical education classes. Inclusive learning is of critical importance for promoting positive health and wellbeing to all members of the population.
This project will help develop inclusive learning through cooperation of teacher trainees, sports & health science students, and people with ID. All of whom will work together to co-design solutions.
The Winter School is sponsored by EIT Health and jointly organized by the Technical University of Munich (TUM), Trinity College Dublin (TCD) and our co-operation partners like Special Olympics.
Because of our worldwide actual situation and travelling restrictions InPhysEd 2020 will be an online course. In May we successfully implemented a first online trail run and we are happy to go for our main online run in November 2020.
Registration will close 9th of October.
The actual Winter School follows the path of in 2019 developed innovative ways to upskill students and to kick start educational and professional development.
Through expert content from academic and further partners, students will develop skills in critical thinking, problem solving and proposing creative solutions for the delivery of physical education at all school levels.
This is also an opportunity to develop competencies in the areas of designing and pitching solutions using an entrepreneurial mind-set. Students will meet people from different countries, and different disciplines, to collaborate in interdisciplinary solution focused proposals and extending their networks of support.
This year students also have the opportunity to gain ETCS credits.
Your key benefits
The Inclusive Physical Education Winter School takes an entrepreneurial and educational approach to tackle future challenges.
Team up with students and professionals from diverse backgrounds and identify the most demanding questions and challenges concerning health orientated physical education.
Pitch your innovative solution to experts from the field – ministry of education, other educational stakeholders and former world class athletes.
Take an entrepreneurial and educational approach to tackling current issues of Europe’s health orientated physical education arrangements to maximize the impact of your ideas.
Gain hands on practical experience from experts in the field of Adaptive Physical Activity for people with Intellectual Disability.
Interested? We are looking forward to you to join!