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Happy New Year 2015
Dear Colleagues, As we approach the end of 2014 which has witnessed excellent Regional Symposia in China, Spain and the USA, the ISAPA 2015 Organizing and Scientific Committee would like to wish you a joyful and prosperous year. We would be delighted to meet you personally in the upcoming Congress and spend a few days of scholarly discussions, experiences and collaborations at the Wingate Academic College.
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Abstract and Registration
Abstract Submission and Registration are now open.
Deadline for submissions is February 1st, 2015.
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Post-congress Inclusion Course
A post-conference course on Inclusion in Physical Education and Sport with Prof. Martin Block and Prof. Lauren Lieberman as main presenters has been announced to follow the Congress on 16-18 June, 2015. The course will focus on how to create instructional and curricular accommodations and how to implement these accommodations in a general class. The course is available to congress participants for an additional US $75.
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Video and Photo Contests
A video and photo contest has been launched and Congress participants are invited to participate and share their work, preferences and comments on the Facebook page https://www.facebook.com/groups/1523866104528284/
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Keynote Abstracts available Online: Block & Rimmer
The abstracts of the keynote presentations to be delivered by Prof. Martin Block: Physical Education Teacher Education in Light of the Inclusion Approach addressing how General Physical Education (GPE) teachers should be educated and by Prof James Rimmer: Why Adapted Physical Activity Professionals Are More Important in this New World of Implementation Science addressing the role of APA professionals in rehabilitation and prevention practices are available online
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Invited Symposium Middle East Stepping Forward
The Middle East Stepping Forward (MESF) is a consortium of researchers and practitioners from Middle East countries including Palestine, Jordan and Israel who have crossed regional, political, religious and scientific borders to answer the question, "How can we most effectively treat children with cerebral palsy?"
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Correct Website Address
We would like to thank Jason Bishop, NAFAPA Representative to IFAPA Board, who called our attention to the error in the website address, which has prevented some of you from access to the website. The new and correct website address is http://isapa2015.wincol.ac.il/
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Awards Nominations
Nomination submissions for the Elly D. Friedmann Award and for the Young Researcher Award for the 2015 ISAPA Conference are now open. For further information regarding the awards, visit our website at www.isapa2015.wincol.ac.il. Nominees must be IFAPA members. If you are eligible, please send a 150-word biography and a CV to Prof. Yeshayahu “Shayke” Hutzler, IFAPA Vice-President, shayke.hutzler@gmail.com. Submission Deadline is February 15th .
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Warm Greetings Prof. Yeshayahu "Shayke" Hutzler and Dr. Orly Yazdi-Ugav
Chairmen of the Scientific and Organizing Committees ISAPA 2015

For further information please contact secmed@wincol.ac.il
 



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