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See detailCurrent Challenges for Physical Education. Keynotes, Invited Symposia and Selected Contributions of the 12th FIEP European Congress
Scheuer, Claude UL; Bund, Andreas UL; Holzweg, Martin

Book published by Logos Verlag (2018)

At the 12th FIEP European Congress in Luxembourg, leading researchers and educationalists from all over Europe and beyond addressed current challenges and developments in the field of physical education ... [more ▼]

At the 12th FIEP European Congress in Luxembourg, leading researchers and educationalists from all over Europe and beyond addressed current challenges and developments in the field of physical education. The present book includes contributions from all keynote speakers, as well as from the invited symposia hosted by international umbrella organizations, such as FIEP, the International Council of Sport Science and Physical Education (ICSSPE), the European Physical Education Association (EUPEA), the European Primary Physical Education Network (EPPEN) or the International Federation for Adapted Physical Activity (IFAPA). Furthermore, selected contributions to the parallel oral sessions and the FIEP New Leaders Program were included. All the contributions focus on the following congress key topics: • Physical Education in Early Childhood and Primary Education • Physical Education in Secondary Education • Physical Literacy • Physical Education Teacher Education • Physical Education and Physical Activity in Active School Communities • Intercultural Learning and Inclusion in Physical Education • Physical Education and New Technologies [less ▲]

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See detailThe vision and mission of CEREPS, a European council of research in physical education and physical activity
Scheuer, Claude UL; Naul, Roland

in Scheuer, Claude; Bund, Andreas; Holzweg, Martin (Eds.) Current Challenges for Physical Education. Keynotes, Invited Symposia and Selected Contributions of the 12th FIEP European Congress (2018)

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See detailMotorische Basisqualifikationen in Luxemburg
Scheuer, Claude UL; Bund, Andreas UL; Rethorst, Sabine et al

Scientific Conference (2015, November)

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See detailA review of the assessment of basic motor qualifications and competencies in school
Herrmann, Christian; Bund, Andreas UL; Gerlach, Erin et al

in International Journal of Physical Education (2015), 52(3), 2-13

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See detailA review of selected physical education teacher education texts in Germen (2013-2014)
Scheuer, Claude UL

in International Journal of Physical Education (2015), 52(1), 10-20

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See detailThe History of Physical Education in Luxembourg
Scheuer, Claude UL

in Zivanovic, Nenad; Pavlovic, Petar; Antala, Branislav (Eds.) et al History of Physical Education in Europe. Volume I (2015)

Physical education was established in Luxembourg in the 19th century by the Germans Euler and Stammer, based on the ideas and conceptions of Spieß. At that time, lessons in gymnastics were first held on ... [more ▼]

Physical education was established in Luxembourg in the 19th century by the Germans Euler and Stammer, based on the ideas and conceptions of Spieß. At that time, lessons in gymnastics were first held on an optional basis (1848), then compulsory for preparatory classes (1860), and finally compulsory for classes of lower secondary school (1892). Back then, Gymnastics were recognized as a subject mainly because of their recreative quality compared to intellectual activities. In 1908/1909, physical education became compulsory in all school grades at all levels. Objectives, content, and methods were inspired by the Belgian example and postulated the rational method of the Swede Per Hendrik Ling. This concept did not experience significant changes until the beginning of the 1970s, when the Ministry of Education defined two major strands in the physical education curriculum: basic activities and sport-oriented activities. This curriculum had different parts for boys and girls, with a focus on traditional cooperative games for boys and rhythm and dance activities for girls. It was only in 1980 that the dualistic, utilitarian, and rational conceptions of the 19th century were replaced by a new curriculum based on actual scientific and pedagogical findings. This process led to a sport-oriented concept – similar to the concepts in place in German-speaking countries at that time – which was implemented in 1985 and remained in place until 2009, considering physical activities with educating, competitive, exhilarant, and prophylactic aims. A new and very innovative curriculum concept was finally implemented in 2009. [less ▲]

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See detailMOBAQ-LUX8 – Elaboration of competence-oriented test items for 8year-old luxembourgish students
Scheuer, Claude UL; Bund, Andreas UL; Becker, Werner UL

in Journal of the International Federation of Physical Education (2014, February), 83

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See detailPhysical Education: Quality in Management and Teaching
Scheuer, Claude UL; Antala, Branislav; Holzweg, Martin

Book published by Logos (2014)

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See detailInnovative concepts in Physical Education in Luxembourg
Scheuer, Claude UL

in Chin, Ming-kai; Edginton, Christopher (Eds.) Physical Education and Health. Global Perspectives and Best Practice (2014)

Physical education (PE) in Luxembourg is currently characterized by two major developments: the implementation of a new competence-oriented curriculum in PE and the implementation of several measures in ... [more ▼]

Physical education (PE) in Luxembourg is currently characterized by two major developments: the implementation of a new competence-oriented curriculum in PE and the implementation of several measures in the context of a national action plan to promote the physical activity of Luxembourgish children and youth. Since September 2009, a new curriculum based on the German concept of Educating Sports lessons has been applied in secondary schools in Luxembourg. This core curriculum provides expected minimal competencies in six competence areas, which can be achieved in seven movement fields. Further important characteristics of the new curriculum are the general comprehensive nature of the described competencies and the subject-related competence model based on PE activities. In the context of a national action plan to promote the physical activity of children and youth in Luxembourg, the Ministry of Education started to develop and implement the concept of basic motor qualifications. Thus, consolidated findings on the status of these qualifications among students aged 8 to 12 can be realized, and students with special needs in motor qualifications can be identified. A specific support plan to help these students improve their qualifications will be developed in accordance to the results. [less ▲]

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See detailExtracurricular sports in European schools: A descriptive study
Marques, Adilson; Holzweg, Martin; Scheuer, Claude UL et al

in International Sports Studies (2014), 36(1), 63-70

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See detailQuality in physical education: an overview from the perspective of physical education teacher associations
Scheuer, Claude UL; Holzweg, Martin

in Scheuer, Claude; Antala, Branislav; Holzweg, Martin (Eds.) Physical Education: Quality in Management and Teaching (2014)

In the frame of the general discussion about quality in physical education, it is a first step to determine the factors or criteria that are subject to have an influence on the quality of physical ... [more ▼]

In the frame of the general discussion about quality in physical education, it is a first step to determine the factors or criteria that are subject to have an influence on the quality of physical education. Several authors give various structures for equivalent factors, as e. g. Altrichter and Buhren (1997), Egger (2002) or Serwe (2008). Generally, a similar structure can be identified by differentiating between structure, process and product factors having an impact on quality physical education. Besides this, these factors can work on different levels of the school system, namely the system level, the school level and the classroom level, whilst specific factors can impact on more than one level at a time. The view on these determining factors then can come from different perspectives: a practical perspective, a political perspective and a scientific perspective. In this article, the focus lies on the perspective of several physical education teacher associations in – mainly – Europe on quality physical education. Several guidelines, positions statements and recommendations of these associations have been examined in order to identify their position in relation with different factors impacting quality physical education. This was done simultaneously by differentiating between structural, process and product factors on one side and between factors on the system level, school level and classroom level on the other side. [less ▲]

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See detailMOBAQ-LUX 8: Elaboration of competence-oriented test items for 8 year old luxembourgish students
Scheuer, Claude UL; Bund, Andreas UL; Becker, Werner UL

in Zapletalova, Ludmilla (Ed.) Physical Education and Sports. Perspective of Children and Youth in Europe (2013, September)

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See detailA review of selected physical education teacher education texts in Germen (2011-2012)
Scheuer, Claude UL

in International Journal of Physical Education (2013), 50(1), 2-12

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See detailSports didactics and instructional theory of sport - A review of German journal publications (2010-2011)
Holzweg, Martin; Budde, Henning; Scheuer, Claude UL

in International Journal of Physical Education (2012), XLIX(1), 2-12

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See detailPhysical education and sport in Europe: From individual reality to collective desirability (Part 1)
Onofre, Marcos; Marques, A.; Moreira, R. et al

in International Journal of Physical Education (2012), XLIX(2), 31-35

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See detailPhysical education and sport in Europe: From individual reality to collective desirability (Part 2)
Onofre, Marcos; Marques, A.; Moreira, R. et al

in International Journal of Physical Education (2012), XLIX(3), 17-30

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See detailStandards und Kompetenzen – das Beispiel Luxemburg
Scheuer, Claude UL; Schumacher, Claude

in Sportpädagogik (2008), 32(3), 30-33

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See detailSportliche Aktivität, Fitness und Wohlbefinden Luxemburger Schülerinnen und Schüler.
Wydra, Georg; Scheuer, Claude UL; Winchenbach, Heike et al

in Sportunterricht (2005), 54

Es wird eine empirische Untersuchung vorgestellt, bei der die Frage beantwortet werden soll, ob sich die Fitness luxemburger Schülerinnen und Schüler in den letzten zwei Jahrzehnten verschlechtert hat ... [more ▼]

Es wird eine empirische Untersuchung vorgestellt, bei der die Frage beantwortet werden soll, ob sich die Fitness luxemburger Schülerinnen und Schüler in den letzten zwei Jahrzehnten verschlechtert hat. Hierzu wurden sportmotorische Tests durchgeführt und mit Normwerten aus dem Jahr 1985 verglichen. Es zeigen sich hoch signifikante schlechtere Fitnesswerte der luxemburger Jungen und Mädchen. Die Fitnesswerte von rund drei Viertel der Mädchen können als schlecht bezeichnet werden. Nur die 14-jährigen Jungen erreichen die Normwerte. Die Fitness hängt dabei nicht von der Zahl der angegebenen Sportstunden pro Woche ab. Einen hoch signifikanten Einfluss hat hingegen die Zugehörigkeit zu einem Sportverein. Es zeigen sich des Weiteren Auswirkungen auf die Gesundheit. Die fitteren Kinder haben ein hoch signifikant besseres allgemeines Wohlbefinden als die weniger leistungsfähigen. [less ▲]

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