The Teaching Games for Understanding (TGfU) will be held in Germany for the very first time. Most of former conferences have taken place in English-speaking countries, for example, England or Canada.
In addition, the dvs-Sportspiel-Symposium will take place simultaneously at the German Sport University Cologne for its 2nd time after 2004.
It will be the first time that both events, i.e., the 6th TGfU Conference and the 10th dvs-Sportspiel-Symposium, take place all together. Also, it will be the first time that a national Team Sport Commission (Committee) will be brought into contact with an international Scientific Community
International and national scientists will await to engage in interdisciplinary discussions relevant to Team Sport topics from fields of Sport Pedagogics, Sport Didactics, Sport Psychology, Sport Informatics, Training and Movement Science. In this respect the conference will be an ideal exchange opportunity between scientists, practitioners, coaches and teachers and will support existing cooperation or lead to new/future international cooperations. We are already looking forward to the international exchange, which will unquestionably characterize this conference.
The Video for show on this webpage should give you a very first impression that Germany and Cologne in particular, known as the German City of Sport, are definitely worth a trip. Further information will follow soon.
The organization team of the Institute of Cognitive and Team/Racket Sport Research of the German Sport University would like to invite you to join the 6th TGfU Conference and the 10th dvs-Sportspiele-Symposium in 2016 at the German Sport University in Cologne.
Your Organization Team of the Institute of Cognitive and Team/Racket Sport Research
We are pleased to inform you that the detailed conference program is now online. If you have trouble finding your contribution, please log into your account and go to “My Abstract” in the “My conference” pull-down menu. By clicking onto the respective abstract you will see when your presentation is scheduled and in which session.
April 26, 2016
Payment via credit-card available
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April 15, 2016
Early Bird Deadline - extended
We would like to inform you that "early bird" deadline has been exended until 6th of May. Payment via credit card should be available in the next days.
March 30, 2016
Review process started
We are pleased to inform you that the submissions have been reviewed by two independent experts. You can find the reviewers' comments in "my conference" --> "my abstracts/ my workshops" --> "show review results".
February 17, 2016
Deadline for abstract submissions extended
Due to many requests, the deadline for abstract submissions has been extended. Please submit your abstracts until 29th of February, 2016 at the latest.
February 03, 2016
Further information for abstract/workshop submissions
To submit abstracts or workshops please use the "my conference" button to add your single abstract (oral or practicalpresentation or poster) or your workshop (with the possibility to invite additional speakers). For single abstracts you will be asked to enter a title, author(s) and a plain text of maximum 300 words. You can not upload formatted documents. To submit a thematic workshop/symposia you have two options: As a symposia/workshop organizer you can create a symposia/workshop by entering title and a describtion of the whole symposia/workshop. Than you can invite the individual contributors to submit their abstracts for their own or you collect all individual abstracts and submit them together.
January 18, 2016
New manuscript: RQES on the top 10 research questions on TGFU
We are happy to announce a newly published manuscript in RQES on the top 10 research questions on TGFUwhich is intended to give some guidance to contributors in shaping an exciting and interesting conference in Cologne 2016. The content of the manuscript was based on the overarching conference themes that were established by the organizing team of the Institute of Team/Racket Sport Research in close collaboration with the scientific board of the conference. We are grateful to all the contributors and want to thank them for their valuable contribution.