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Project

Programme

Physical Education and Sport

Level of Qualification|Semesters|ECTS

| Anual | 10

Year | Type of course unit | Language

3 |Mandatory |Português

Code

ULP1267-1919

Recommended complementary curricular units

Statistics (1st year, Bachelor in PES)

Applied computing (1st year, Bachelor in PES)

Professional Internship

Não

Syllabus

[CP - syllabus contents]

CP1. Research project: definition and steps

CP2. Background: definition, objectives, steps and sources of information.

CP3. Population and sampling

CP4. Types of studies

CP5. Data collection techniques

CP6. Ethics in research

CP7. Analysis and interpretation of data

CP8. Development and implementation of the research project

CP9. Writing a work for science communication

CP10. Writing a scientific publication

 

Distance learning content

Due to the restrictions of face-to-face activities resulting from the COVID-19 Pandemic about 25% of the program content will be taught at a distance using appropriate platforms.

Objectives

The learning objectives (LO) defined for this unit are:

LO1. Develop research skills, systematic analysis and critical reflection;

LO2. Develop a evidence-based work in the field of science communication;

LO3. Compose a research project on a topic in the physical education and sport area.

Teaching methodologies and assessment

Different teaching methodologies (ME) will be used: Classes of an expository nature (ME1): Bibliographic research (ME2), Analysis of scientific articles (ME3), Small group activities (ME4) and feedback information provided by the teacher on work developed (ME5). The proposed teaching methodologies integrate a set of pedagogical innovation practices detailed in the observations.

The evaluation is continuous and is carried out under the terms of the General Evaluation Regulations of ULP and includes:

  • Group work (90%): literature review (25%), script for community outreach project (20%), article (45%)
  • Test (10%)

The community outreach project consists of developing a script for a comic strip.

Approval is subject to a final classification > or = 9.5 points. Students who do not pass the exam may submit themselves to the exam at the time of appeal. The appeal examination (written test) will cover the totality of the syllabus and the delivery of an article.

References

  • Gary Thomas. (2017). How to Do Your Research Project: A Guide for Students. 3rd Edition. SAGE Publications Ltd.

  • Penny Webb & Chris Bain. (2011). Essential Epidemiology: An introduction for students and health rofessionals, 2ed. Cambridge University Press.

  • Maria José Sousa e Cristina Sales Baptista. (2011). Como fazer investigação, dissertações, teses e relatórios, 4ed. PACTOR.

  • Maria Olívia Dias. (2010). Planos de investigação: avançando passa a passo. Maria Olívia Dias.

 

Office Hours

Nome do docente  

Horário de atendimento

Sala

Sandra Marlene Ribeiro de Abreu

5ª feira - 11h30 - 12h30

Gabinete Educação Física e Desporto