Sport Integrity – Myth, reality, international understanding and educational perspectives for next generation

Walter King Yan HoChair: Walter King Yan Ho (CHN) - Faculty of Education, University of Macau, Macau, China.

Abstract

Integrity is the issue for long to be uphold by professional as the central value in sport development. The issue turns with global attention as the various scandals for example corruption in business of soccer world, drug use in athletic events and organized crime in sport indicated the gaps in transforming the core value of sport integrity into reality. Clean Sport and Sport Fixing; what kind of message that we want to send to our next generation? This symposium follows the Global Alliance for Sport Integrity and draw the response from professionals on the discussion towards understanding, practice and educational perspectives in arriving on the necessary value of what integrity should have for our next generation. Speakers are expected to share the historical perspective on sport integrity and views on issues with relationship to education of our next generation, systems at works in stopping the sport corruption and possibilities of collaboration for stopping the crime. Speakers from different continent are invited to share their views with purpose to identify the strategies for education of the core value in integrity and importance of clean sport at work.

Speakers:

Pedro Ferreira Guedes de Carvalho1. Pedro Ferreira Guedes de Carvalho (PRT) - Vice-president of the Human Sciences Faculty, UBI; President of the Sport Sciences Department, UB; Director of the Master in Sports Science for Teachers, UBI.

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Kallie Deventner2. Kallie van Deventer (ZAF) - Stellenbosch University

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Keh Nyit Chin3. Keh Nyit Chin (MYS) - Keh Nyit Chin, Ph.D., is a professor of physical education Department at the National Taiwan Normal University, Taipei. She has held teaching, research, and administrative appointments at the university. Dr. Keh received her master and doctoral degrees from the Louisiana State University at Baton Rouge. She has coauthored numerous book chapters and journal articles related to physical education teaching and physical fitness. Dr. Keh has and continues to be involved in research in physical education teaching strategies included TGfU and inclusive teaching for students with disability. She has secured funds from the National Science Council for a 3-year research project on TGfU, a 2-year research project on Model-based instruction (TPSR): Gender awareness and interaction in physical education, and from Ministry of Education for a 5-year research project on Physical Fitness Testing for Student with Disability. Besides, she is responsible for training in-service physical teachers on TGfU and promoting the use of this cognitive approach in Taiwan. In the past 5 years, she trained pre- and in service PE teachers to use TPSR in different level of schools responding to the call for promote Moral Education. Presently she is the president of Taiwan Adapted physical Activity Association and honorary president of Taiwan Sport Pedagogy Association, and serves as a member on the PE and Health Education Counseling Committee for Taiwan Education Ministry. Currently she is the Secretary General of ISCPES and the board member of IAPESGW, actively working to bring sports to elderly females and females with disability in Taiwan.

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John Saunders4. John Saunders (AUS) - John Saunders is currently Associate Professor in the School of Exercise Science of the Australian Catholic University at Brisbane. He holds degrees from the Universities of Oxford, Loughborough, Hull and Queensland in the disciplines of English Literature, Education, Physical Education and Business Management. He has taught and held administrative positions in universities in the UK, Singapore and Australia, served on the National Coaching Panel of the Australian Rugby Union, as National Coach and Director of Coaching Development for the Singapore Rugby Union, as Director of the Victorian Institute of Sport and on the executive committees of the International Council for Health Physical Education and Recreation (ICHPER_SD), the International Council for Sports Science and Physical Education (ICSSPE) and the Australian Council for Health Physical Education and Recreation (ACHPER). John is currently Editor in Chief of International Sports Studies and a member of the International Research Network in Sport Tourism (IRNIST).

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