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Sport, innovation and learning

Journal 44 from Sport and Citizenship Think tank

In today’s society sport can no longer be limited to competitive sport, nor can it be ignored as a force in cross-cutting public policy and social innovation. With its attraction for every generation and every layer of society, its ubiquitous presence in the media and everyday life, and its immense potential for use in education and inter-disciplinary research, sport certainly has its place in reflections on the learning society.

These are subjects we are considering int this revue, through contribution from various and sport sectors. It has been produce in conjunction with the conference on the same subject organized by our Think Tank in partnership with the Center for Research and Interdisciplinarity (5 Nov. 2018, in Paris). We would like to thank all the personalities who have contributed, among whom are François Taddei, Jean-François Toussaint and Axelle Tessandier, for their much appreciated input to these themes that are of such interest for our country’s future.

 

 

SUMMARY:

Point of you of the European Parliament

« Allowing the individualization of the teaching process »

Krystyna Łybacka , MEP, Rapporteur CULT upon adoption of the resolution on modernisation of education in the EU

Exclusive Interview

Tibor Navracsics, European Commissioner for Sport

Special feature – Sport, innovation, learning

A blueprint for co-constructing a learning society

Catherine Bizot, Guillaume Houzel, Gaëll Mainguy, Marie-Cécile Naves and François Taddei

Putting sport at the heart of the skilled society

Marie-Cécile Naves, Head of Studies, Sport and Citizenship Think Tank

The Power of Physical Activity: The human capital approach

Richard Bailey, Doctor and Royal Society of Arts member, International Council of Sport Science and Physical Education, Berlin

“The future of our kids depends on us all working together”

interview with Dan Burrows, Senior Director of Global Community Impact, Nike EMEA

Learning in PE: digital technology as a teaching tool

Yoann Tomaszower, PE teacher, academic contact for digital technology, GREID EPS

“A new look at digital technology in sport and PE”

interview of Adrien Husson, Designer and engineer at the CRI in Paris and Joël Chevrier, professor of physics at Grenoble-Alpes university and a researcher attached to the CRI

The Augmented Gymnasium: PE at the heart of learning by doing

Eric Chérel, Chief Information Officer, Center for Research and Interdisciplinarity (CRI)

Mobile health: support is necessary

Julien Cazal, Senior Lecturer in STAPS, sociologist, University of Rennes 2, Member of the VIPS² research laboratory

“Take back public spaces by working on how they are used”

interview of Julien Brouillard, Head of “Digital and Urban Innovation” for the Dédale Agency.

eSports, innovation helping inclusion

Joris Délivre-Melhorn, Director of the inclusion and sport centre, Seine-Saint-Denis Department Council

encouraging innovation in sport

Armelle Daam, Director General of the National Centre for the Development of Sport (CNDS)

“To adapt to a constantly changing world”

interview of Axelle Tessandier, founder and director of the AXL Agency

Can emotion be digitalized ?

Thierry Seray, Founder of the Codezero agency

School sport, an essential learning tool

Laurent Petrynka, ISF President

” Recognize volunteering as a source of learning”

interview of Gabriella Civico, Director of the European Volunteer Centre (CEV)

“Offering specially adapted schooling”

interview of Philippe Coléon, Director General of Acadomia

Sections: Fight against discriminaiton / Education / International Development / Innovation

Sport and citizenship in action

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