The 1st season of Ecological Dynamics of Skill, organized by CIPER-FMH-University of Lisbon, beginning in May 2021, will focus on Sport.
In series of sessions spanning between 10th May and 12th July, experts, practitioners, and friends will introduce some of the key concepts, methods, and applications followed by discussion among participants and guests.
The sessions will elaborate on performance, skill, learning, development, expertise, talent, coaching, and training.
All sessions begin at 12:00 noon Lisbon time (WEST)
28th June 2021 - 12:00 noon (WEST/Lisbon)
21st June - 12:00 noon (WEST/Lisbon)
Meet our chairs
Head of CIPER - Interdisciplinary Centre for the Study of Human Performance at FMH-ULisboa, Portugal. Along with Keith Davids, he is a key developer of the ecological dynamics approach to sport.
Assistant Professor with Aggregation at FMH-ULisboa, where he teaches Motor Control and Learning. His research interests are in the area of motor coordination at an intra and interpersonal level of analysis and also with synergies formation in the course of an action.
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The sessions will be held online on Zoom for presenters and invited guests. In addition, there will be a public stream to the CIPER Youtube channel. Stream viewers may ask questions, and they will be forwarded to the moderator.
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Note, however, that invitations to the active Zoom portion of the event are closed.
Introduction by the moderator(s)
Presentation by the speaker of the day (10-15 minutes) are related to contemporary issues framed around questions like: What’s on your
mind? or What’s the big idea?
Discussion (15-20 minutes)
Attendants write their questions to the moderator privately on the chat.
Keep questions short and to the point.
After the streaming: The events will be uploaded to our Youtube channel, and a précis of the session will be posted on CIPER’s website for easier tracking.
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