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Latvian Academy of Sport Education visited Norwegian Sport Science university lecturer Anne-Mette Bredahl

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From 31.01 till 6.02 Latvian Academy of Sport Education visited Norwegian Sport Science university lecturer Anne-Mette Bredahl. She participated in 7 Paralympic games and is only one lecturer in Norwegian Sport Science university with visual disability as well as first woman in Scandinavia with disability and with PhD.

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Professor Oyvind Standal visits the LASE.

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From 21 till 27 of November the Norwegian School of Sport Science professor and researcher Ojvids Standals attended the Latvian Academy of Sport Education (LASE) to meet with researchers of the scientific project “Health and Social Indicators of Participation in Physical Activities for Children with Disabilities” (NFI/R/2014/070) and the academic personnel from the sport science and health care programs at the LASE. In collaboration with research project colleagues scientists worked on the project data and publication. O.Standal had the lecture for the LASE doctoral and health care master students about qualitative research methods used in sport and health care research. Visit was held within EEZ/Norwegian financial tool co-financed project implementation activity “Scholarships” project “Innovative measurement of physical activity in health care and sport science studies” (nr. EEZ/NFI/S/2015/021).

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In-service professional development seminar on outcomes of the Norway grant project

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IMG 4884Latvian Academy of Sport Education in collaboration with the education center “A Sports” of the Latvian Disabled Children and Youth Sport federation organized professional development seminar for about 30 in-service teachers, physiotherapists and other professionals interested in “Planning, implementing and monitoring sport activities for children with functional impairments”. Location of the seminar was Riga’s secondary school nr. 66. Seminar program included practical and theoretical sessions provided by LASE researchers Aija Klavina (project coordinator) and Zinta Galeja about posture assessment and daily physical activity level. Seminar was organized within the Research and Scholarship Programme (LV05) co-financed by the EEA and Norway Grants project “Innovative Physical Activity Measures in Health and Sport Science Studies” (nr.EEZ/NFI/S/2015/021).

 

Aija Klavina (project coordinator)

 

"Innovative Physical Activity Measures in Health and Sport Science Studies" Nr. EEZ/NFI/S/2015/021

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Title of the Project:
"Innovative Physical Activity Measures in Health and Sport Science Studies"
Nr. EEZ/NFI/S/2015/021

Project partners:

  • LASE
  • Norwegian School of Sport Science (NSSS)

Aim of the project

The project aims to strengthen bilateral relations between higher education institutions in Norway and Latvia providing study programs in sport science and health care disciplines. The project activity outcome will be development and implementation of innovative study module on health and social indicators in inclusive physical activities at the Latvian Academy of Sport Education. This project will have synergy with the research project "Health and Social Indicators of Participation in Physical Activities for Children with Disabilities" (Nr. NFI/R/2014/070) coordinated by the LASE.

 






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