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Colloquium: "Change in Physical Education with Linkage to Health: Practical Implementations from Local to Global"

Location: Life Sciences Auditorium
Contact: SRES

Colloquium: Change in Physical Education with Linkage to Health: Practical Implementations from Local to Global

Starts: 2018/06/12 08:30
Ends: 2018/06/12 13:00

Colloquium: “Change in Physical Education with Linkage to Health: Practical Implementations from Local to Global”





Venue: Life Sciences Auditorium

Time: 8:30 for 09:00 to 13:00

Date: 12 June 2018

Guest Speaker: Prof Dr Ming-Kai Chin

Limited seats are available (80-100) please reserve your seat

 

Prof Dr Ming-Kai Chin Biography

Prof Dr Ming-kai Chin received his BSc in teaching of physical education from the University of Tennessee-Knoxville, MA in administration of physical education and sports from Springfield College, PhD in exercise physiology from the University of Wisconsin-Madison and MBA from Southern Illinois University-Carbondale, USA. Previously he served as the Head of Sport Science at the Hong Kong Sport Institute, Head and Principal Lecturer, Department of Physical Education and Sports Science at the Hong Kong Institute of Education, and Professor School of Health, Physical Education and Leisure Services, University of Northern Iowa, USA. Currently, he is the Vice President, Global Affairs and Research, HOPSports, Inc in Las Vegas, USA. An editor of 8 books and author of over 190 publications in scientific and sports journals (English and Chinese) and 14 educational CD-Roms, Prof Chin has offered over 130 keynote and invited presentations, and over 90 conferences paper presentation globally. A Fellow of AIESEP and Research Consortium of AAHPERD, he is one of the four Founders in Chief of the Asian Journal of Exercise and Sports Science (AJESSS) since 2002, one of the two Founders of Global Forum of Physical Education Pedagogy ( GoFPEP) in 2010, 2012,2014 and 2016 in USA, Germany, South Africa and Turkey respectively.

 

Other presenters include:

  • Prof Hans de Ridder (North West University)
  • ​Dr. Marie Young (Dept, SRES ,UWC)
  • Dr. Andrew Lewis, Sport Psychologist (Dept of Educational Psychology, UWC “Mental preparation in sport and physical activity”
  • Dr. Frederick Marais, Western Cape Dept of Health​
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