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Informationen über Dr. Deanna Binder

DEANNA L. BINDER (PhD)
CURRICULUM VITAE (Kurzform)

Assistenzprofessorin an der Universität Alberta, Canada
Adresse: #3, 520 Marsett Place, Victoria, BC. V8Z 7J1

Telefon:001-250-479-0963, Email:
Deanna.Binder(at)shaw.ca
 

A.  Hochschulausbildung

   
Universität  Alberta                                                       Doktor Phil.  
  2002              
Universität Calgary & Freie Universität Berlin              M.A.in Ed.            
  1971
B. Berufstätigkeit
   
Bildungsreferentin für das Internationale Olympische Komitee
  2006 - heute
Assistenzprofessorin der Fakultät für Bildungswissenschaften der Universität Alberta        
  1998 - heute
Mitglied des Kanadischen Olympischen Komitees                                
  2004 - heute

International Fellow, Olympisches Studienzentrum

                                     Willibald Gebhardt Institut, Essen
 

2006 - heute

International Fellow, Humanistisches Olympisches Studienzentrum,

                            Renmin Universität Peking                                  
 

2006 - heute
 

Gastprofessorin am Internationalen Lehrstuhl für Olympismus, Olympisches Studienzentrum an der Freien Universität Barcelona

   

Oktober 2006

Direktorin des Instituts für Olympische Erziehung an der Universität Alberta         2002- 2005
Rektorin des EDI Educational Design International                                 1991 - heute
Chefreferenting der Stiftung für Olympische Erziehung und Sporterziehung, Athen                                                                                            
  1997 – 2000
Vorstandsmitglied des Kanadischen Zentrums für Sportethik /Fair Play Kanada                                                                                       
  1994 - 1998

Supervisor im Organisationskomitee der Jugenderziehung bei den Olympischen Winterspielen In Calgary, Kanada                                                                 

  1984 – 1988
Lehrer im Bildungsausschuss der Stadt Calgary, Kanada                                           
  1966 – 1984
 C. Auszeichnungen und Würdigungen

 

   
 Mitgliedschaft im Forschungsrat für Sozial- und Geisteswissenschaften Kanada   1998-2001

Auszeichung mit dem UNESCO-Preis Fair Play for  Kids                                                  1990
 D. ausgewählte Bücher und Materialsammlungen
   
 Binder, D. (2008)  Teaching Values: An Olympic Education Toolkit. Lausanne: 
IOC.
   

Guo, Yansheng and Binder, D. (2003). The Truce Story: Teacher’s Guide. Athens:
International Truce Foundation, with the IOC

 
Binder, D. (2000). Be a champion in life: An international teacher’s resource book. Athens, Greece: Foundation of Olympic and Sport Education    
 Binder, D. with George Richardson. (1999). Cultural conversations: Diverse cultures, complex teaching. Teacher Video Handbook. Edmonton: Department of Secondary Education.    
I.O.C. Commission for the International Olympic Academy and for Olympic Education (1995). Keep the spirit alive: You and the Olympic Games. Lausanne, Switzerland: IOC    
 Binder. D. (1995). Fair play for kids: A handbook of activities for teaching fair play. 2nd edition. Ottawa: Fair Play Canada

   
Binder, D. (1987). Come together: The Olympics and you - elementary program for Canada. Ottawa: Canadian Olympic Association and the Government of Canada.
   
 E. ausgewählte Zeitschriftenartikel
   
 Online Lecture.  (2004). Teaching Olympism in schools: Olympic education as a focus on values education . Humanistic Olympic Studies Centre, Autonomous University of Barcelona,  www.olympicstudies.uab.es/eng/.

   
Binder, D. (2001). Olympic education: Challenges for theory and practice in the 21st century. ICSSPE (International Council for Sport Science and Physical Education) Bulletin, No. 22, September 2001.    
Binder, D. (2001). Olympism revisited as context for global education: Implications for physical education. Quest 53 (1), pp. 14-34.
   
F.  ausgewählte Präsentationen und Kongressberichte
   
Keynote Speaker. International Forum on the 2008 Beijing Olympic Games – Olympics: Education and the All-Around Development of People, Beijing, November 2007. Teaching the Olympic values: Theory to practice.    
 Keynote Speaker. 13th European Fair Play Congress, Frankfurt, Germany, October 2007. Olympic education: Teaching values through sport.    
 2004 Pre-Olympic Congress Symposium on Olympic Education, Thessaloniki, Greece, Olympic education as values education: Measuring the learning.    
 Keynote Speaker. International Invitational Summit on Olympic Education, Duesseldorf Rhein-Ruhr Olympic Bid Committee, Duesseldorf, Germany:, February, 2003.    
 International Olympic Committee Symposium on the Legacy of the Olympic Games 1984-2000. Lausanne, November, 2002. Revelation: The legacy of the Olympic Games for education, 1980 – 2000.    
 World Anti-Doping Agency, Education and Ethics Sub-Committee Meeting, Oslo, November, 2000. Educating for fair play: Meeting the challenges of “HOW.”    
 2000 Pre-Olympic Congress, Brisbane, Australia. Olympism” as cross-cultural text: The Olympic idea as context for global education – implications for physical and interdisciplinary education.    
American Educational Research Association Annual Conference, New Orleans, April 24-28, 2000. Facilitating a collaborative international curriculum project within the context of cultural differences.