Cross Cultural Studies in Physical Sport Education University of Tsukuba
This course is designed to prepare graduate students to understand cross-cultural concepts and theories through global physical education and sport contents and contexts. All information presented is based on data based research studies including diversity, social justice, sociocultural, and sociopolitical topics in physical education and sport.
Graduate students will be able to demosntrate knowledge and skills of cultural and historical backgrounds of terminologies of PE and sport, practical and data based research, quantitative, qualitative, and single subject research and analysis, global issues and concerns, and key components of writing practices of international journal publications.
1. General-propose competence: Knowledge application, Communication and Internationality 2. Degree program competence: Knowledge, analytical skills, and a sense of mission regarding international affairs and policies and global-scale issues, Global perspective and leadership that can be demonstrated in practice and Basic knowledge and practical skills in sports, physical education, and health
Journal Reflection 50 % Research Projects 30 % Presentation 20%
Introducation of cross cultural PE and SportDirrences of practical and data based researchQuantitative and qualitative research and topicsEducational model and theoretical frameworkSocial Justice and DiversitySport and PE in inclusionNational Standard and CurriculumWriting practicesPresentationsPresentations
Online Course Requirement
Academic and social interactions with the course instructors and classmates are extremely important for your academic success. Online lesson tools : Microsoft Teams Lecture materials will be distributed through Microsoft Teams file share. submission of homework : weekly basis confirm attendance : Lecture Reflection Report
Site for Inquiry
Link to the syllabus provided by the university