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New publication in the International Journal of Environmental Research and Public Health.

The current study aimed at investigating the acute effects of high-intensity cardiovascular exercise on motor performance and learning of a fine motor task and associated changes in oscillatory brain activity via electroencephalography (EEG). The results revealed no improvements in the fine motor learning task due to high-intensity exercise. Interestingly specific changes in the alpha- and especially beta-frequency bands emerged over ipsilateral sensorimotor regions. Future studies are required to investigate whether these changes play a functional role in the acute effects of cardiovascular exercise on motor learning. Journal link

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Keynote on pedagogical quality in physical education and training.

As part of the DOBS (Dozierende Bewegung und Sport at (Swiss) Universities of Teacher Education) expert workshops on quality in the education and training of physical education teachers, Dr. Kathrin Kohake gave a keynote lecture on November 26. Entitled "Pedagogical Quality in Physical Education and Training - Observing, Evaluating, Making Progress", she presented an observation tool for process quality in teaching-learning contexts as well as empirical results from its use in junior sports. The workshop took place in hybrid form and was hosted by the University of Teacher Education St.Gallen.

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Volume 2 of the Springer Handbook on Sport and Sport Science published

"Sport in Culture and Society" is the title of volume two of the "Handbook of Sport and Sport Science". This is the three-volume basic work published online by Springer Nature as a "reference work", a "handbook of the highest order", as Springer's advertising puts it.

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Guest lecture by Prof. Dr. Albrecht Hummel

Dr. Albrecht Hummel, Professor Emeritus of Physical Education at the University of Leipzig, will give a lecture on "Developmental Paths and Stages of Physical Education in Germany" on Monday, 29 November 2021, 4-6 p.m. in HO 101 as part of the Sports Education and Sports History Colloquium (Prof. Krüger). All interested parties are cordially invited. The event will take place in attendance in accordance with the current corona rules and will be transmitted via zoom.

Link to the zoom transmission


DSLV Promotion Award for Sina Hinternesch

At this year's award ceremony for the promotional prizes of the German Sports Teachers' Association (DSLV) of NRW, Sina Hinternesch won second place for her master's thesis on promoting health literacy in physical education. The award comes with a cash and non-cash prize. At the award ceremony at the headquarters of Unfallkasse NRW in Düsseldorf, Prof. Nils Neuber gave a talk entitled "School sport 'after' Corona - On the importance of exercise, play and sport for growing up healthy".

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Film and discussion about the German-German Olympic team in Tokyo (1964)

On Tuesday, 30.11.2021, 4-6 p.m., Room Ho 101, Berlin sports historian Dr René Wiese from the Centre for German Sports History (ZDS) will present the documentary film "The Cold Rings" about the Olympic Games in Tokyo (1964), which is based on his book.
Following the film, René Wiese will discuss the (sports) political situation at the time and the atmosphere between athletes from East and West with Jürgen May (GDR, 1967 escape to the FRG) and Harald Norpoth (FRG), both track and field athletes in the 1964 Olympic squad.

All interested parties are cordially invited. Please register via Dr. Kai Reinhart by email.

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Women in Science?! What's in it for me?

On 24.11. from 2.30 p.m. to 4.00 p.m., the event "Women into science?! What's in it for me to do a doctorate?" will take place on zoom. The event is primarily aimed at female students of sports science and psychology who are considering starting a doctorate after their studies. For further information click here.

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Dissertation by Dr. Markus Jürgens published by Springer VS.

In the book, Dr. Markus Jürgens develops a video-based seminar to promote professional vision in inclusive physical education.The perception concept of equal participation in games in physical education, which is differentiated and evaluated in the work, can be used specifically in physical education teacher training for the perception of classroom situations.