Tsukuba
  Summer
    Institute
 
 

Invited Lecturers

Bloyce, Daniel(チェスター大学, イギリス)
Braun, Saori Ishikawa(ウィスコンシン大学オークレア校, USA)
Goodway, Jackie (オハイオ州立大学, USA)
Gulshan, Khanna(マナブラチナ国際大学,インド)
Herka Maya Jatmika(ジョグジャカルタ州立大学, インドネシア)
Keslacy, Stefan(カリフォルニア州立大学ロサンゼルス校, USA)
Kirk, David(ストラスクライド大学, イギリス)
McCuaig, Louise(クイーンズランド大学,オーストラリア)
Mwaanga, Oscar(サウサンプトン・ソレント大学,イギリス)
Sharp, Kelli G.(カリフォルニア大学アーバイン校, USA)

University of Tsukuba

荒牧 亜衣(筑波大学)
福田崇(筑波大学)
ギド・ガイスラー(筑波大学)
長谷川悦示(筑波大学)
松元剛(筑波大学)
三木ひろみ(筑波大学)
三田部勇(筑波大学)
宮﨑明世(筑波大学)
鍋山隆弘(筑波大学)
ローランド・ネメシュ (筑波大学)
大石 純子(筑波大学)
大森肇(筑波大学)
岡出美則(筑波大学)
小野誠司(筑波大学)
朴 京眞(筑波大学)
ラクワール,ランディープ(筑波大学)
真田久(筑波大学)
征矢英昭(筑波大学)
寺山由美(筑波大学)
渡邉仁(筑波大学)
山口 香(筑波大学)

Schedule for Tsukuba Summer Institute 2016


Core TSI Schedule
7 July
(Tue.)
  9 July
(Sat.)
10 July
(Sun.)
11 July
(Mon.)
12 July
(Tue.)
13 July
(Wed.)
14 July
(Thu.)
15 July
(Fri.)
 9:00-15:00
Registration & 
 Scholarship 
 Payment

16:00
Orientation
(Followed by light meal & social)
9:00-11:30

MORNING SESSIONS
      Day Off
 (A day excursion option will be available)
     
11:30-12:45
COMMON LECTURES
Tsuyoshi Matsumoto (University of Tsukuba):
"Current Status of Coaching in Club Activities at Japanese Junior High
Schools"
Daniel Bloyce
(University of Chester)
Developing the research agenda in
International Sport Policy Studies
Jackie Goodway
(Ohio State)
Developing Motor Competence in Young Childhood who are Disadvantaged
Guido Geisler (University of Tsukuba): "East-West Perspectives on Competitive
Sport Cognitions: Implications for Coaching Practice" 
Hisashi Sanada (University of Tsukuba):
 "TIAS: The Challenge of the University of Tsukuba to Promote the Olympic
 and Paralympic Movements"
12:45-14:00
Networking Lunch
Networking Lunch
 14:00-18:00

AFTERNOON SESSIONS
16:00 - BBQ Party
(Yasei no Mori)
       
  Staff Dinner
18:00-20:00
Soccer Field 1 (7/11or 7/13)  / Poster Pres. (7/11 or 7/13)
18:00-20:00
Soccer Field 1 (7/11or 7/13)  / Poster Pres. (7/11 or 7/13)
 
SPAC Program
  8 July
(Fri.)
9 July
(Sat.)
10 July
(Sun.)
11 July
(Mon.)
12 July
(Tue.)
13 July
(Wed.)
14 July
(Thu.)
15 July
(Fri.)
9:00-11:30

MORNING SESSIONS
9:00-15:00
Registration
(5C108)
8:00
Theory and Practice of Judo
(Yamaguchi)
(Judojo, Budokan)
8:00
TGfU for Ball Games
(Matsumoto, Nara)

(8:00-12:00
Soccer Field 2)
8:30
Physical Fitness Test & Evaluation
(Fukuda)
Official Day Off
8:30
"Game Sense" Coaching
(Geisler)

(8:00-12:00
Soccer Field 2)
8:30
Dance(Paku)
8:30
Group Presentations
(Matsumoto)
11:30-12:45

COMMON LECTURES
  Anthony Schneiders
(Central Queensland University)

“Finding a way through the Fog.” The Science of Concussion in Sport

Spencer Harris
(University of Colorado )

Examining International Sport for Development and Peace: Problems and prospects

Dr. Robin Kietlinski
(LaGuardia College, New York University)
 The Olympic Experience in Japan in
the Early 20th Century: The Female Perspective

 Louise McCuaig
(University of Queensland)
Physical Education and Sport in Schools: what has health got to do with it and why does it matter?

Gudio Geisler(SPAC)
Mental skills development within the coach's training plan

Dr. Gloria Napper-Owen
(University of New Mexico)
Differentiating instruction for inclusive learning

12:45-14:00
  Networking Lunch Networking Lunch  
14:00-18:00

AFTERNOON SESSIONS
 '9:00-15:00
Registration
(5C108)

18:30 -
Restaurant TSUKUBA Demi  at University Hall
13:30 - 16:00
Visit School Sports Club Activity at JHS
(Mitabe)
Theory and Practice of Kendo
(Nabeyama)

Kendojo
(Budokan)
  Coaching &
Physical Literacy
(Mandigo)
Pedagogy of Physical Literacy
(Mandigo)
 
CoRP Program
    9 July
(Sat.)
10 July
(Sun.)
11 July
(Mon.)
12 July
(Tue.)
13 July
(Wed.)
14 July
(Thu.)
15 July
(Fri.)
9:00-11:30
  Kirk, Goodway, McCuaig
Ono, Randeep,
Miki  
(5C212)

Session 1: Getting to Know You

・Team Building

・Introduction to the Task-Identifying a “Hot Topic”
Kirk, Goodway, McCuaig
Ono, Randeep,
Miki  (5C212)
Group Work
・HOMEWORK
・10:45am -Initial check in with group and then tour of group work by faculty
Kirk, Goodway, McCuaig,Ono, Randeep,Miki, Miyazaki
(5C212)

 Group Work

・10:45am -Initial check in with group and then tour of group work by faculty
Official Day Off

Kirk, Goodway, McCuaig,Ono, Randeep,Miki, Miyazaki
(5C212)

Group Work

・10:45am -Initial check in with group and then tour of group work by faculty
Kirk, Goodway, McCuaig,Ono, Randeep,Miki,
Miyazaki (5C212) Group Work

・Continue methods from Wed.

・Briefly comment on the type of publication outlets where you might present/publish your findings.
Kirk, Goodway, McCuaig,Ono, Randeep,Miki, Miyazaki
(5C212)
Group Work

・FORMAL PRESENTATION OF YOUR RESEARCH PROJECT

・Wrap Up

・Closing Comments for CoRP
11:30-12:45
COMMON: Lectures by International Researchers Anthony Schneiders
(Central Queensland University)
“Finding a way through the Fog.” The Science of Concussion in Spor
T
Spencer Harris
(University of Colorado )
Examining International Sport for Development and Peace: Problems and prospects
Dr. Robin Kietlinski
(LaGuardia College, New York University)
 The Olympic Experience in Japan in the Early 20th Century: From the
Female Perspective
 Louise McCuaig
(University of Queensland)
Physical Education and Sport in Schools: what has health got to do with it and why does it matter?
Gudio Geisler
(SPAC)
Mental skills development within the coach's training plan
Dr. Gloria Napper-Owen
(University of New Mexico)
Differentiating instruction for inclusive learning
12:45-14:00 Networking
Lunch
Networking Lunch Networking Lunch
14:00-18:00
  Kirk, Goodway, McCuaig,Ono, Randeep,Miki
(5C212)

Session 2:
Building the Literature Review:

・Active reading workshop

・Annotated Bibliography workshop

・Memoing, journaling and blogging workshop

・Group Time - Finalizing your hot topic

・Group report back

・Revisiting the task-iterative nature of the task
Kirk, Goodway, McCuaig,Ono, Randeep,Miki (5C212)

Session 3:
Theory and Research Questions
Literature review and the role it serves
Theory and theorists –workshop

・Identify a list of potential theories

・Discuss the merits and weaknesses of 2 theories


Overview of RQs:
Research questions-alignment - relationship to the literature review
Kirk, Goodway, McCuaig,Ono, Randeep,Miki
Miyazaki  
(5C212)

Session 4:
Research Design

・Research design-Qualitative and Quantitative
  Quality indicators of Quantitative Methods & Data Analysis
  Quality indicators of Qualitative Methods & Data Analysis

・Group work- considering RQs and design

・Ethical issues in conducting research

・Revisiting the task

Kirk, Goodway, McCuaig,Ono, Randeep,Miki
Miyazaki  
(5C212)

Session 5:
Scholarly Presenting and Publishing

・Writing for publication-lecture and seminar

・Preparing a conference proposal workshop

・Oral presentation workshop

・Revisiting the task

Kirk, Goodway, McCuaig,Ono, Randeep,Miki
Miyazaki  
(5C212)

Session 6:
Building Professional Networks & Collaboration

・Working with your advisor and peers discussion

・Developing Professional Networks and Collaborating

・Group work
  PRACTICE and TIME your presentation
  Judging of projects

FORMAL CLOSING CERMONY
(14:00-15:00) 
 (5C216)
LAB Program
  8 July
(Fri.)
9 July
(Sat.)
10 July
(Sun.)
11 July
(Mon.)
12 July
(Tue.)
13 July
(Wed.)
14 July
(Thu.
15 July
(Fri.y)
9:00-11:30

MORNING SESSIONS
9:00-15:00
Registration
(5C108)
8:30  D115
"Beneficial Effect of Exercise on Alzheimer's Disease is associated with NF-kB
 pathway regulation"
8:45
D113 & the gallery
Measurement of Bone Density”
8:45
Sport and Physical Education Center Meeting Room
“Physiological Monitoring of High Performance Sports persons”
Official Day Off
8:45 D115
Brains and Brawn: Potential effects of mild exercise enhancing neuronal
plasticity and cognitive functions"
8:45 D434
 " Jugular Vein Catheterization & Blood Sampling during Exercise in Rats"
8:45 D115
Group Presentations
11:30-12:45

COMMON LECTURES
Anthony Schneiders
(Central Queensland University)
“Finding a way through the Fog.” The Science of Concussion in Sport

Spencer Harris
(University of Colorado )
Examining International Sport for Development and Peace: Problems and prospects

Dr. Robin Kietlinski
(LaGuardia College, New York University)
 The Olympic Experience in Japan in
the Early 20th Century: The Female Perspective

 Louise McCuaig
(University of Queensland)
Physical Education and Sport in Schools: what has health got to do with it and why does it matter?

Gudio Geisler(SPAC)
Mental skills development within the coach's training plan

Dr. Gloria Napper-Owen
(University of New Mexico)
Differentiating instruction for inclusive learning

12:45-14:00
  Networking Lunch Networking Lunch
14:00-18:00

AFTERNOON SESSIONS
 '9:00-15:00
Registration
(5C108)

18:30 -
Restaurant TSUKUBA Demi  at University Hall
14:15

Sport and Physical Education Center Meeting Room
" Exercise Testing and its application in training Elite athletes"
14:15 D117

The mechanism of the blood glucose decrease inhibited by taurine
 supplementation during prolonged exercise "
14:15  D117

(Anthony Schneiders)
14:15

106 in a Health & Medical Science Innovation Lab
 “Gene Expression and Cell Signaling: New Tools in Exercise Science”
LAB work at Room D225
“Basic Principles of Western Blot”
14:15 D117 

" How 10 min of mild exercise with music gives our brain a boost ? "
 
IDS Program
  8 July
(Fri.)
9 July
(Sat.)
10 July
(Sun.)
11 July
(Mon.)
12 July
(Tue.)
13 July
(Wed.)
14 July
(Thu.)
15 July
(Fri.)
9:00-11:30

MORNING SESSIONS
9:00-15:00
Registration
(5C108)
International Sport Policy Studies
(Spencer Harris, University of Colorado,
Colorado Springs)
Official Day Off
Management & Organization
(Mwaanga,Southampton Solent University)
11:30-12:45

COMMON LECTURES
  Anthony Schneiders
(Central Queensland University)
“Finding a way through the Fog.” The Science of Concussion in Sport

Spencer Harris
(University of Colorado )
Examining International Sport for Development and Peace: Problems and prospects

Dr. Robin Kietlinski
(LaGuardia College, New York University)

 The Olympic Experience in Japan in
the Early 20th Century: The Female Perspective

 Louise McCuaig

(University of Queensland)
Physical Education and Sport in Schools: what has health got to do with it and why does it matter?

Gudio Geisler(SPAC)
Mental skills development within the coach's training plan

Dr. Gloria Napper-Owen
(University of New Mexico)
Differentiating instruction for inclusive learning
12:45-14:00   Networking Lunch Networking Lunch  
14:00-18:00

AFTERNOON
SESSIONS
 '9:00-15:00
Registration
(5C108)

18:30 -
Restaurant TSUKUBA Demi  at University Hall
International Sport Policy Studies
(Spencer Harris, University of Colorado, Colorado Springs)
International Sport Policy Studies
(Spencer Harris, University of Colorado, Colorado Springs)
International Sport Policy Studies (Spencer Harris, University of Colorado, Colorado Springs)
Management & Organization (Samantha Prince,Bournemouth University)
Management & Organization (Samantha Prince,Bournemouth University)