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Welcome to the 2017 AIESEP international Conference, « Cultures, Disciplines, Interactions: Contextualizing Diversity in Physical Activities and Physical education ». Our team is pleased and honored to welcome you soon in Guadeloupe at our AIESEP International conference.

Abstract submission opened on November 1st, 2016. You can send your proposal by sending it to AIESEP2017@espe-guadeloupe.fr.

You will find below some useful information to write your abstract submission : AIESEP 2017 International Conference program, Conference sub-themes, Types of presentation :

Program Structure and Presentation Types

The 2017 AIESEP International Conference program will consist of

  • keynote presentations (invited speakers)
  • oral paper presentations
  • poster presentations
  • symposia sessions

All abstract proposals must be written in English and presented in English.

Those submitting an abstract must select from the following four presentation types:

  1. Oral presentations
  2. Poster presentations
  3. Symposia sessions related to interdisciplinary and/or cross-national research
  4. Organization of the AIESEP-ICCE invited symposium

Call for Abstracts

Opens: November 1, 2016

Closes: January 31, 2017 – Extension to 28 February 2017

Notification of acceptance of abstracts: March 31, 2017

The scientific committee will evaluate the abstract proposals for all presentations and all authors will receive confirmation of acceptance or rejection by March 31, 2017.

All submissions will be evaluated through a blind review process.

Conference Sub-themes

When submitting an oral paper, poster, or symposia session, you have to indicate which one of the following four conference sub-themes best fits your submission:

Conference sub-themes

  1. Diversity in Physical Education and Sport: Opportunities and Challenges for Sport Pedagogy
  2. Learner Identities within Physical Education and Sport: Overtaking Inequities
  3. Cultural Competencies in Teacher and Coach Education
  4. Inclusion Policies in Physical Education and Sport Practices

Description of Presentation Types

1. Oral Presentations

The purpose of an oral presentation is to introduce the audience to the most important and interesting points of a research study. All oral presentations will be programmed according to the conference sub-themes. Each presenter will be provided with a strict 20 minute presentation time slot, 15 minutes to present followed by 5 minutes of question/answer. The scientific committee will provide a chair for each session who will be responsible for maintaining this timeline. Oral presentation abstract must fit to the following headings/structure:

  1. Title
  2. Authors
  3. Affiliation
  4. Introduction
  5. Methods
  6. Results
  7. Conclusions
  8. Max 5 References (according to APA standards)
  9. Key words (5)

Presentation rules : Times New Roman 12, 1.5-spaced, text justified

APA Standards

Glazier, P. S., & Robins, M. T. (2013). Self-organisation and constraints in sports erformance. In T. McGarry, P. G. O’Donoghue, & J. Sampaio (Eds.), Routledge handbook of sports performance analysis (pp. 42-51). London, UK: Routledge.

Frencken, W., Lemmink, K., Delleman, N., & Visscher, C. (2011). Oscillations of centroid position and surface area of soccer teams in small-sided games. European Journal of Sport Science, 11, 215–223.

Gentner, D., Holyoak, K., & Kokinov, B. (Eds.). (2001). The analogical mind: Perspectives from cognitive science. Cambridge, MA: MIT Press.

The maximum number of words per oral presentation abstract is limited to 300 (title, authors, affiliations and references not included).

You can access the style sheet by activating the attached link : click here

2. Poster Presentations

Posters presentations provide a unique opportunity to give conference participants a general idea of a research project being conducted and an occasion to discuss the research project in detail with individual or smaller numbers of participants whose interests are close to your own. A poster presentation serves as a source of information, conversation starter, advertisement and summary of your work.

All poster submissions must fit to the following headings/structure:

  1. Title
  2. Authors
  3. Affiliation
  4. Introduction
  5. Methods
  6. Results
  7. Conclusions
  8. Max 5 References
  9. Key words (5)

Presentation rules : Times New Roman 12, 1.5-spaced, text justified

APA Standards

Glazier, P. S., & Robins, M. T. (2013). Self-organisation and constraints in sports erformance. In T. McGarry, P. G. O’Donoghue, & J. Sampaio (Eds.), Routledge handbook of sports performance analysis (pp. 42-51). London, UK: Routledge.

Frencken, W., Lemmink, K., Delleman, N., & Visscher, C. (2011). Oscillations of centroid position and surface area of soccer teams in small-sided games. European Journal of Sport Science, 11, 215–223.

Gentner, D., Holyoak, K., & Kokinov, B. (Eds.). (2001). The analogical mind: Perspectives from cognitive science. Cambridge, MA: MIT Press.

The maximum number of words per oral presentation abstract is limited to 300 (title, authors, affiliations and references not included).

You can access the style sheet by activating the attached link : click here

About posters:

  • Poster presenters are encouraged to have a one page handout for distribution during the poster presentation.
  • It is the responsibility of the author to ensure that the poster presentation is correctly prepared.
  • The maximum dimensions of the poster are as follows: width 35 inches/90 centimeters by height 48 inches/120 centimeters.
  • Posters must be printed in English and be easily readable from a distance of one yard/meter.
  • Posters must be installed by presenters in the allocated space just before the start of the poster session.
  • Presenters are expected to attend their posters during the allotted poster sessions as the sessions are intended to be interactive so presenters should be prepared to discuss and answer questions about their presentations.
  • The AIESEP board members will be present in the allotted poster sessions to evaluate posters for the best poster award.

3. Symposia Sessions

The Symposia provide the opportunity for a 90 minute session with 3 or 4 papers on a related topic or theme being presented, as well as a chairperson. Symposium leader(s) should manage the entire submission, including: the title of the symposium, the name(s) and affiliation(s) of all participants in the session (including chairperson), an overview of the whole symposium of no more than 300 words, all single abstracts (300 words) using the abstract structure above. The symposium overview abstract must include title and fit to the following headings/structure:

  1. Introduction of the topic or context and/or mapping of the literature
  2. Aims of the paper(s) or research questions and/or focus of inquiry
  3. Research findings and/or contribution to the field
  4. Relevance/alignment to congress theme(s)
  5. Max 5 References (according to APA standards)
  6. Key words (5)

Presentation rules : Times New Roman 12, 1.5-spaced, text justified

APA Standards

Glazier, P. S., & Robins, M. T. (2013). Self-organisation and constraints in sports erformance. In T. McGarry, P. G. O’Donoghue, & J. Sampaio (Eds.), Routledge handbook of sports performance analysis (pp. 42-51). London, UK: Routledge.

Frencken, W., Lemmink, K., Delleman, N., & Visscher, C. (2011). Oscillations of centroid position and surface area of soccer teams in small-sided games. European Journal of Sport Science, 11, 215–223.

Gentner, D., Holyoak, K., & Kokinov, B. (Eds.). (2001). The analogical mind: Perspectives from cognitive science. Cambridge, MA: MIT Press.

You can access the style sheet by activating the attached link : click here

4. Organization of the AIESEP-ICCE invited symposium

The Sym Presenters invited to the symposium Physical education and sport coaching : Links and gaps will have to send their abstract to the organizers of this activity who will be in touch with the Scientific Committee. These abstracts will respect the general guidelines.

Key dates

  • Abstract submission opens : 1st November 2016
  • Abstract submission closes : January 31 2017
  • Notification of acceptance of abstracts : March 31 2017
  • Registration starts : 1st April 2017
  • Early bird ends : 1st October 2017
  • Presentation and program announced : 1st October 2017

Send your abstract to: AIESEP2017@espe-guadeloupe.fr

File name: first name – name – AIESEP 2017.docx

 

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