Connections between physical education and sports science in the new millennium: A bridge too far?

Ming Kai CHIN, Herbert HAAG

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Abstract

This paper attempts to draw connections between physical education and sports science with the application to teaching of physical education, sports and physical activities in schools in particular. Discussions and illustrations of relevant issues are provided with respect to: (a) historical perspective of the development, progress and linkage of physical education and sports science with reference to definitions, goals and objectives, and body of knowledge, (b) application and integration of sports science disciplines such as exercise physiology, sports nutrition, sports psychology and sports biomechanics in relation to physical education, and (c) the new state-of-the-art Human Performance Laboratory, Department of Physical Education and Sports Science, the Hong Kong Institute of Education - an attempt to bridge the gap. Copyright © 2001 The Hong Kong Institute of Education.
Original languageEnglish
Title of host publicationInnovation and application of physical education and sports science in the new millennium: An Asia-Pacific perspective
EditorsMing-Kai CHIN, Larry D. HENSLEY, Yuk-Kwong LIU
Place of PublicationHong Kong
PublisherDept. of Physical Education and Sports Science, The Hong Kong Institute of Education
Pages21-34
ISBN (Print)9629490749
Publication statusPublished - 2001

Citation

Chin, M.-K., & Haag, H. (2001). Connections between physical education and sports science in the new millennium: A bridge too far? In M.-K. Chin, L. D. Hensley, & Y.-K. Liu (Eds.), Innovation and application of physical education and sports science in the new millennium: An Asia-Pacific perspective (pp. 21-34). Hong Kong: Dept. of Physical Education and Sports Science, The Hong Kong Institute of Education.

Keywords

  • Teacher Education and Professional Development

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