Sports Sciences, Department
Fachbereich 3 Erziehungs- und Kulturwissenschaften at the Uni Osnabrück
Institut für Sport und Bewegungswissenschaft
- Jahnstrasse 75
- 49069 Osnabrück
- Phone: +49 541 969-4297
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Special features regarding teachingSubject science/ subject didactics: Theory-practice linkage; oriented towards professional competences along occupational requirements; case-based teaching on the basis of exemplary selected occupational requirement situations; specialist practice: Acquisition of subject-related teaching competence from the factual structure of different fields of movement via teaching concepts to the planning and design of teaching-learning situations; interplay of theoretical input, self-realisation and reflection.
Exchange universities for stay abroadsUniversidad de A Coruña, Spanien; Ethniko Kai Kapodistriako Panepistimio Athinon, Griechenland; Freie Universität Bozen, Italien; Doshisha University, Japan
Special features regarding the equipmentLaboratories: Experimental laboratory with measuring instruments for movement analysis (high-speed cameras) as well as eye movement analysis (mobile eye tracking), sports hall with devices for researching pedagogical practice and recording natural interactions in movement; technical equipment for digital teaching (mobile smartboard, tablets, etc.); databases: Video data corpus of lessons for research and teaching; sports facilities: Gymnasium, gymnasium, indoor swimming pool, multi-purpose exercise room, sports field, multi-purpose court, beach volleyball/beach handball facility.
Special features regarding research activitiesIn the research of the working areas, the phenomena of movement, play and sport are investigated from the perspectives of learning, development, socialisation, upbringing, education and health promotion. Different fields of movement as well as different formal, non-formal and informal settings will be considered. The Institute has a focus on empirical educational research. Thus, movement and sport practices in schools, day-care centres and informal movement settings are empirically researched using qualitative and quantitative methods.
Support for foundersCooperation with the start-up service of the Osnabrück universities.
Other special featuresConnection to the Lower Saxony Institute for Early Childhood Education and Development (nifbe), the Centre for Early Childhood Development and Education Research (CEDER) as well as the Institute for Migration Research and Intercultural Studies (IMIS); regular organisation of the large nationwide congress Bewegte Kindheit (3000 participants)/co-organisation by students.
Further information about study entry phasehttps://www.sport.uni-osnabrueck.de/studium/informationen_zum_studienbeginn.html
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