Tsukuba
  Summer
    Institute
 
 

Schedule for Tsukuba Summer Institute 2016

Core TSI Schedule
    8 July
(Friday)
9 July
(Saturday)
10 July
(Sunday)
11 July
(Monday)
12 July
(Tuesday)
13 July
(Wednesday)
14 July
(Thursday)
15 July
(Friday)
 9:00-15:00 Registration &  Scholarship Payment 

16:00 Orientation
(Followed by light meal & social)
9:00-11:00 MORNING SESSIONS         Official Day Off      
11:30-12:45
 Lecture for all participants
  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: 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
 14:00-18:00   16:00-18:00
Orientationand Opening Ceremony (5C108)
           
  18:30~
Restaurant TSUKUBA Demi  at University Hall
Staff Dinner 16:00 -
BBQParty
(Yasei no Mori)
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
    9 July
(Saturday)
10 July
(Sunday)
11 July
(Monday)
12 July
(Tuesday)
13 July
(Wednesday)
14 July
(Thursday)
15 July
(Friday)
9:00-11:30 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(Park)
8:30
Group Presentations
(Matsumoto)
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 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: 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   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
(Saturday)
10 July
(Sunday)
11 July
(Monday)
12 July
(Tuesday)
13 July
(Wednesday)
14 July
(Thursday)
15 July
(Friday)
9:00-11:30   Kirk, Goodway, McCuaig Ono, Randeep, Miki (5C212) Kirk, Goodway, McCuaig Ono, Randeep, Miki (5C212) Kirk, Goodway, McCuaig Ono, Randeep, Miki, Miyazaki (5C212) Official Day Off Kirk, Goodway, McCuaig Ono, Randeep, Miki, Miyazaki (5C212) Kirk, Goodway, McCuaig Ono, Randeep, Miki, Miyazaki (5C212) Kirk, Goodway, McCuaig Ono, Randeep, Miki, Miyazaki (5C212)
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 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: 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) Kirk, Goodway, McCuaig Ono, Randeep,Miki (5C212) Kirk, Goodway, McCuaig,Ono, Randeep,Miki Miyazaki (5C212) Kirk, Goodway, McCuaig Ono, Randeep,Miki Miyazaki (5C212) Kirk, Goodway, McCuaig Ono, Randeep,Miki Miyazaki (5C212) Closing Ceremony(14:00-15:00) (5C216)
LAB Program
    9 July
(Saturday)
10 July
(Sunday)
11 July
(Monday)
12 July
(Tuesday)
13 July
(Wednesday)
14 July
(Thursday)
15 July
(Friday)
9:00-11:30 8:45  D117 
Orientation
( Gulshan L Khanna)
Lecture:“Physiological Monitoring of High Performance Sports persons”
8:45 D117 & D434
(Hajime Ohmori ) 
Lecture & LAB work:"Jugular Vein Catheterization & Blood Sampling during Exercise in Rats"
8:45  D117
(Anthony Schneiders)
Lecture & LAB work:Head Injury in Sport: Understanding the science and practical implications/limitations
Official Day Off 8:45  D117
(Stefan Keslacy)
Lectture:"Beneficial Effect of Exercise on Alzheimer's Disease is associated with NF-kB pathway regulation"
8:45  D115
(Hideaki Soya) 
Lecture:Brains and Brawn: Potential effects of mild exercise enhancing neuronal plasticity and cognitive functions"
8:45 D115
Group Presentations
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 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: 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   14:15
Meeting Room in Sport and Physical Education Center(Gulshan L Khanna)
LAB work:"Exercise Testing and its application in training Elite athletes"
14:15 D117
(Hajime Ohmori)
Lecture:The mechanism of the blood glucose decrease inhibited by taurinesupplementation during prolonged exercise "
14:15  D117
(Anthony Schneiders)
Lecture & LAB work:Head Injury in Sport: Understanding the science and practical implications/limitations
14:15  D117
(Stefan Keslacy)
Lecture:“Gene Expression and Cell Signaling: New Tools in Exercise Science” 
(Christine Dy)
Lecture:Spinal Cord Injury Exercise Research
D225 (Stefan,Keslacy) 
LAB work: “Basic Principles of Western  Blot”
14:15  D117,105 &106 in Health & Medical Science Innovation Lab 
(Hideaki Soya)
LAB work: " How 10 min of mild exercise with music gives our brain a boost ? "
 
IDS Program
    9 July
(Saturday)
10 July
(Sunday)
11 July
(Monday)
12 July
(Tuesday)
13 July
(Wednesday)
14 July
(Thursday)
15 July
(Friday)
9:00-11:30 International Sport Policy Studies
(Spencer Harris, University of Colorado, Colorado Springs)
Official Day Off Management & Organization
(Samantha Prince,Bournemouth University)
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 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: From the
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   International Sport Policy Studies
(Spencer Harris, University of Colorado, Colorado Springs)
Management & Organization
(Samantha Prince, Bournemouth University)