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Scandinavian Journal of Medicine and Science in Sports | Year: 2015

The purposes were to validate whether general motor abilities and anthropometrics are determinants of youth cross-country (XC) skiing performance; evaluate gender-specific differences; and to establish noninvasive diagnostics. Fifty-one youth XC skiers (34 boys; 13.8±0.6 years and 17 girls; 13.4±0.9 years) performed motor skill and laboratory tests, and anthropometric data were collected and correlated with XC skiing performance. Anthropometrics and maturity status were related to boys but not to girls XC skiing performance. Push-ups and 20-m sprint were correlated to XC skiing performance in both boys and girls. XC skiing performance of boys was predominantly influenced by upper body and trunk strength capacities (medicine ball throw, push-ups, and pull-ups) and jumping power (standing long and triple jump), whereas XC skiing of girls was mainly influenced by aerobic capacities (3000-m run). Laboratory measures did not reveal greater correlations to XC skiing performance compared with simple test concepts of speed, strength, and endurance. Maturity was a major confounding variable in boys but not girls. Use of noninvasive simple test concepts for determination of upper body strength, speed, and endurance represent practicable support for ski clubs, schools, or skiing federations in the guidance and evaluation of young talent, being aware of the effect of maturity especially in boys. © 2014 John Wiley & Sons A/S.


Bramberger A.,University of Education Salzburg
Journal of Poetry Therapy | Year: 2015

The article discusses the use and the potential of poetry in Education. It exemplarily analyzes two historic programs linking poetry, socioliteracies, and social justice with perspectives of the Intersection Theory: Geisel's book The cat in the hat (1960s) and Koch's program Teaching children to write poetry (1970s) can be interpreted and established as efforts that correspond to counter-hegemonic language ideologies that were enhanced during these historic periods. Both initiatives have been modified throughout time and have been carried on to the classrooms and other educational settings of the present. They ask for the creation of social spaces of cultural education, where the voices of all students are audible and are heard, and they answer differently. © 2015 National Association for Poetry Therapy.


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Bildungsangebote der Institute fr Fort- und Weiterbildung Jahresprogramm 2016/17: Sommerprogramm & Summer School 2016: Ntzliches rund um die Teilnahme an Fortbildungen


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Die Pdagogische Hochschule Salzburg arbeitet auf der Grundlage einer ganzheitlichen Sicht des Menschen. Durch Leistungsanforderungen, Frderung und Reflexion des Tuns soll sich die ganze Person in ihrem Denken, Fhlen, Wollen und Handeln entwickeln knnen ...


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(c) Herbert Huber


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The Salzburg University of Education Stefan Zweig (Pdagogische Hochschule Salzburg Stefan Zweig) combines professional initial, in-service and continuing education of teachers with research on relevant educational needs for the future. The University focuses on comprehensive education, modern pedagogical impulses, regional and international networks and the art of imparting knowledge and skills ...


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Studiengang fr das Lehramt Neue Mittelschule


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(c) Herbert Huber

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